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"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 – Bay of Exploits Expedition 2019

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A Journey of Discovery into a True Canadian Wilderness

June 30 – July 07, 2019

(6 days sea kayaking, 5 nights camping)

 

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Newfoundland is a true Canadian wilderness, a land of mountains, fjords and miles of unspoiled coastline. This intensive journey of discovery takes you to the rugged coastline of the Bay of Exploits in the north central region, where life is centered on the sea as it has been for centuries. Once home to the mysterious Beothucks, this area has a rich natural and cultural history that make it an incredible paddling destination. Outport islands, whales, icebergs and the true warmth of Newfoundland hospitality are yours to experience on this island-hopping adventure.

TRIP ITINERARY IN BRIEF

Day 1: Fly into Gander International Airport; Travel by taxi to accommodation in Lewisporte; Trip planning dinner.

Day 2: Orientation, packing, organization of equipment and kayaks;

Begin exploration of the Bay of Exploits for the next 6 days; Paddle in coves, inlets, around islands and icebergs; Hike, camp and explore uninhabited islands; Enjoy the warmth and wonderful hospitality of coastal inhabitants; Observe incredible marine wildlife

Day 7: Arrive back in Lewisporte; Unpack kayaks and equipment; Settle into evening accommodation

Day 8: Return to Gander International Airport for departure

$2995.00 CAN plus tax TRIP COST PER PERSON INCLUDES:

  1. Guides: One guide with extensive sea kayaking experience and advanced wilderness first aid certification is provided for each 4-5 clients in the group. The maximum group size is 8.
  2. Meals: We provide meals starting with lunch on the first paddling day through lunch on the last paddling day. Other meals are on your own.
  3. Kayaking and Camping Equipment: Kayaks, paddles, PFDs, tents, cooking supplies.
  4. Safety Equipment: First aid, safety technology (cell phone and VHF marine radio), repair kit.
  5. Accommodations: 2 nights in hotels before and after the kayak expedition, based on double occupancy; 5 nights camping.
  6. Transfers: Round-trip land-based transportation from hotel to launching area and back, airport pickups, drop-offs and hotel shuttles.

Trip cost does not include: Travel to Newfoundland, meals prior to and following the expedition, alcoholic beverages,personal equipment such as sleeping bags and pads and personal clothing. A very detailed personal expedition clothing and equipment list will be provided upon registration for the trip.

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Contact Bruce at [email protected]