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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Newfoundland Trips


Here is a remarkable opportunity to paddle an area of historical tradition.. the fishing capital of Newfoundland

Our paddling adventure will be hosted by Woody Island Resort, situated on of all places… Woody Island in Placentia Bay. This quaint outport fishing village once boasted a population of 400 before government resettlement forced people to relocate elsewhere in the province. Today Woody Island is home to mainly summer visitors who vacation or enjoy weekend getaways in this spectacular and pristine Canadian destination. The resort offers breathtaking scenery, comfortable accommodations, excellent service, traditional Newfoundland meals,live entertainment, and a wide variety of activities.

Our trip begins at Garden Cove, about 2 hours drive from St. John’s, the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador. We will meet the skipper of the Merasheen and the owner of Woody island Resort, Loyola Pomroy at the dock, and load our extra gear onto his tour boat.  We will depart Garden Cove for a three hour paddle along sandy beaches and wilderness galore… which will take us through a channel leading out into Placentia Bay. Arriving at Woody Island we pick up our belongings from the tour boat and get our room assignments. After a lunch we will have a short paddle close to the resort, or have a stroll around the northern part of the island on the cart tracks that connect the smaller villages.

For the next 3 days we will paddle along staggering coastlines to a number of resettled Newfoundland communities in Placentia Bay, including Bar Haven, Prowston and Gulch, and have shoreline lunches at Muddy Hole and Plante. Each evening we will enjoy the warmth and hospitality of the resort, get “filled to the brim” on truly homemade Newfoundland meals, sing and dance at the Newfoundland Kitchen Party, and have the comfort of a warm clean bed and hot showers every evening.

Trip Dates: TBA  (5 days – 4 nights all inclusive – kayak guides, accommodations, meals, entertainment, and more).

Trip Cost: $1595.00 plus tax per person (based on double occupancy)

Contact Bruce at [email protected]