Bruce in kayak.

"We specialize in small group travel, which minimizes environmental impact, increases safety standards and allows for personalized, enriching and authentic experiences."

— Bruce Smith, founder and owner, Seascape Kayak Tours Inc.

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Seascape Kayak Tours Inc., a Canadian leader in adventure tourism, has been offering unique, small-group sea kayaking experiences since 1994. Its founder, Bruce Smith, is winner of the New Brunswick Department of Environment’s 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award. The company has built its reputation on exceptional quality, extensive experience, high safety standards, personalized, friendly service, and a strong commitment to the culture, history and natural environment of each of its areas of operation. Read More

Pura Vida… info@seascapekayaktours.com

Telephone: 506 747 1884

Latest Blog Posts

KaYOGA – Embrace the ElementsApril 6th, 2015  | view full post

Deer Island, Canada Join us this summer for a unique combination of yoga and sea kayaking from our base in Deer Island on the Bay of Fundy. We will spend the weekend exploring our connection to the natural world. Sunrise and sunset yoga practice will be inspired by each of the elements: Earth, Fire, Wind, […]

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Outside Magazines Best of Travel AwardsMarch 16th, 2015  | view full post

Great news … Seascape has been selected as part of Outside Magazines Best of Travel Awards – The 30 Most Incredible Trips to Take in 2015. As the only Canadian company selected, this important recognition will focus attention on the Bay of Fundy as a world – class tourism destination. View the full press release; […]

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Happy New Year… Feliz AnoJanuary 10th, 2015  | view full post

Time flies.. November and December have been exceptionally busy months. In November I was very fortunate to have been invited to teach a WFR course for the Cree First Nation in northern Quebec, Canada . It was nice to have a real taste of winter and to reconnect with my Cree family. The last Tauck […]

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