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MULTI-DAY ADVENTURE

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Details

GROUP SIZE:

6–12

DURATION:

5 Days (includes travel days to and from destination)

DIFFICULTY:

Level 4 - Challenging

ACTIVITIES:

Sea kayaking, wildlife & natural history, wilderness camping

COST:

$2225 per person
* Tax Included

DATE:

July 8–12 and
August 31–September 4, 2020

The Thrill of the Tide

OVERVIEW:

Explore the Bay of Fundy, home to the world’s highest tides, by sea kayak. Experience the ebb and flow of these unique tides as you paddle around the Fundy Isles Archipelago and search for a private island to set up camp for the evening. Watch for whales, seals, porpoise, and eagles as we explore one of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the world. Let your friendly and experienced guides prepare local and fresh maritime meals for you over the campfire.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Discover Saint John, Canada's oldest incorporated city
  • Paddle by cliffside panoramas, sculpted sea stacks, and rugged beaches
  • Chance encounters to see whales, seals, porpoise, and eagles
  • Enjoy fresh local sea food including a beachside lobster dinner
  • Experience wilderness camping on private islands within the Fundy Isles Archipelago
  • Visit and relax in the coastal resort town of St. Andrews-by-the-Sea
 
 
 

Itinerary

DAY 1

Arrive at the Saint John Airport (YSJ) and take a Red Rock Adventure shuttle to the city of Saint John. Stay at the Hilton Hotel and take time for yourself to relax or explore the city. There’s lots of great restaurants and tons of history for you to discover. 


DAY 2

After having breakfast at the Hilton’s York Bistro, head out to Deer Island. From here you will start to make your way by sea kayak through the Fundy Isles Archipelago. Discover the highest tides in the world as you island hop. Land on a private island to have dinner and camp for the night.


DAY 3

Wake up early and have a tent-side breakfast before heading out back onto the water. Keep your eyes open for some of the marine life that called the Fundy Isles home. Porpoise, seals, and the occasional whale can be just as curious about you as you are of them. Another dinner and night on the island means more chance for star gazing in a place with little to no light pollution. 

DAY 4

This is your last day on the water. After another island breakfast, paddle back to Deer Island, land, and head to the beautiful town of St. Andrews-by-the-Sea. Check in to the historic Algonquin Hotel before having a group farewell dinner at the bay side Niger Reef Teahouse. 


DAY 5

Today you have one last breakfast together at the Algonquin Hotel before you are shuttled to the Saint John Airport and head home.

 

The trip was wonderful - ensuring that people with all abilities were included. The guides were knowledgeable, friendly, and are clearly passionate about the area and the enjoyment of the clients.

– Colleen, Marathon, ON

 

Inclusions & Exclusions

INCLUSIONS

  • Experienced guides

  • All necessary kayaking equipment

  • Accommodations

  • Meals (except two lunches)

  • Airport shuttles on travel days

  • Park fees

  • Harmonized sales tax (15%)

EXCLUSIONS

  • Airfare and airfare taxes

  • Guide gratuities

  • Travel insurance

  • Personal expenses

Inclusions + Exclusions

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Fundy Footpath

THE FUNDY LOOK OUT

The rugged geology and natural beauty of the Bay of Fundy wilderness was the inspiration for the creation of the 41-km (25-mi.) Fundy Footpath, whose unique ecosystem can only be appreciated on foot, in the ambience of the Bay of Fundy microclimate.

 
 
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