Paddle the World's Aquarium
We just finished up our 12th season of kayak expeditions and tours in Loreto and what a great season it was! We saw many whales, lots of wildlife, ate some amazing meals on the beach, enjoyed beautiful sunsets, and most importantly, paddled with some really incredible people!
However, after 12 years of offering tours we have decided wrap up our operations in Baja and close our company. All of us have been moving on to other exciting things in our lives.
Hilary and her partner Elisha have started a farm on Gabriola Island growing Hops for craft breweries, as well as veggies, goats, pigs, and chickens. Joel has been busy scuba diving and is looking to move on to new things and a more stable work life. I have been busy captaining tour vessels on the BC and Alaska coast, and instructing maritime courses for the Department of Transport. I’m also thinking about settling down a little. Sarah and I are getting married in September and are looking to start a family in a few years. With all of these positive things going on, none of us really have the time to give Baja Kayak Adventures all of the energy it needs.
It has been such an amazing ride! It’s very bitter-sweet to decide to move on. I have loved every minute I spent paddling with all of you in Baja. I am so grateful to have had such a fun and dedicated group of customers and friends who have decided to spend their vacations and winters paddling the amazing waters of Baja! It really is the end of an era.