Sea Kayaking Knight Inlet Lodge style
No Experience Necessary
Drifting quietly in your sea kayak watching grizzlies! You will witness these powerful creatures as they quietly forage amongst this fresh sedge growth in the protected waters near our lodge. While grizzlies are generally not social animals, spring viewing often affords the opportunity to observe courtship ritual and even mating activity.
We are frequently fortunate to see new cubs, fresh from their winter den. Be sure to have a camera as photographic opportunities are excellent. And be assured that our guides are trained in minimum impact bear viewing etiquette which respects the needs for bears to feed undisturbed at this critical period in their feeding season.
No experience necessary! Our trained guides will coach you in the fundamentals of sea kayaking to allow you to very quickly gain a measure of confidence in these seaworthy crafts. We will give you instruction in the fundamentals and give you any added coaching you may desire. We use stable, roomy, single and double kayaks designed by Necky Kayaks.
A Variety of Tours are Available
As well as bear viewing by sea kayak, we also offer a number of other tours including hiking explorations of the lush temperate old growth forests near our lodge in Knight Inlet. All tours depart from our floating lodge in Glendale Cove on the remote coast of British Columbia, Canada.
A low to moderate level of physical fitness is required for all tours including the ability to walk approximately 100 - 200 meters on uneven and potentially slippery shoreline. If you have any concerns please contact us prior to booking for a more detailed description.