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No matter the destination, Seascape is a family-friendly adventure company that caters to your kids, from toddlers to teenagers. We can customize a private trip for just your family. Contact us for all the details.

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Seascape operates in Canada May-October, and in Costa Rica November-April each year. On any page of our site, just click on the Puffin for Canada, or the Toucan for Costa Rica. Trip times and schedules can be customized to fit your needs and fulfill your dreams for the perfect vacation. Call or e-mail us for more information.

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Where do you want to paddle in 2015/2016?

Seascape is adding a series of exciting new paddling destinations to its existing quality sea kayaking offerings in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Costa Rica. Working closely with local operators who share our sustainable tourism philosophy, we will offer the SeaStar Collection, one or two special adventures each year to very unique marine environments that will provide incredible paddling experiences.

The first of these new products was offered on the Sea of Cortez, Baja Mexico, April 9-16, 2010. “Paddling the Baja coast is a ‘must-do’ trip for any kayaker, and being able to travel through the area with our Seascape friends greatly enriched the adventure,” said David, a recent trip participant from Kingston, Ontario. “Seascape’s focus on creating an experience that immerses their clients in the wonders of an area’s spectacular natural environment and complex cultural communities formed the core elements of the first SeaStar trip. Challenging ‘push’ days were mixed appropriately with ‘lighter’ days that allowed for exploration and relaxation. The Seascape guides were superb, the food plentiful and nutritious, and the paddling locale nothing short of awe-inspiring! Looking forward to the next SeaStar adventure!”

Based on our connections and client interest, some other destinations we are presently pursuing are Haida Gwaii, Queen Charlotte Islands, BC, Canada; the Canadian Arctic; the Osa Peninsula and Golfo Dulce in Costa Rica, Scotland, the Caribbean coast of Panama, Central America; Chile, Ecuador (Galapagos Islands), The Amazon, South America; Greenland; and Lake Malawi, Africa.