TRIPS RUN END OF OCTOBER 2017 - APRIL 2018

Good for all Skill Levels. Do you enjoy kayaking but haven't ventured out on multi-day trips? Want to ease into sea kayak touring? We can help! This 5 day / 4 night trip is designed to take the stress and guesswork out of your kayaking vacation. We provide you with all the gear and will instruct you in the kayak skills you need.  For each meal, we'll cook a variety of gourmet meals on the beach, showing you how easy it is to eat well on a kayak trip! This route offers a nice mix between a kayak expedition and a relaxing island vacation.  We'll change campsites every second night and have the option to paddle every day, while still leaving lots of time to swim, snorkel, hike, or just relax on the beach. We will explore the islands of Danzante and Carmen, stopping at our favorite beaches. This is also a great trip for beginners or families with children. We are happy to share with you any touring knowledge you are interested in. Learn about the variety of kayaking and camping equipment available on the market,  tips for route planning, and menu-planning expedition-style.  After this you'll be ready to go on your own adventures! This is a Beginner kayak expedition with 2 - 3 hours of easy paddling each day, camping every night, and optional hikes, snorkels, and other fun activities along the way.   TOUR DATES: December 23 - 27, 2107 March 3 - 7, 2018
From CAD 1'250
  Good for all skill levels. Take a vacation from planning your trip but not from the FUN! Explore the best that Baja and the Loreto area have to offer! Choose from: Kayaking, Hiking, Sports Fishing, Mule/Horse Riding, Biking, Whale Watching, Bird Walks, Amazing Local food and Culture, Indigenous and Spanish History, Snorkeling, Mexican Ranchero Culture, and More!! This package includes Hotels and most of the Group Meals!   TOUR DATES: January 27 - February 3, 2018 February 24 - March 3, 2018
From CAD 1'975
Good for all skill levels. Looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience of seeing a Blue Whale in its natural habitat? The Sea of Cortez was named 'the world's aquarium' by Jacques Cousteau, and this rich marine ecosystem is unparalleled in beauty and diversity. This is not only a national park in Mexico, but a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site protecting the Blue Whale feeding grounds and Sea Turtle nesting habitat. Join us on a 3 day, 2 night base camp. This getaway is fully catered with healthy local cuisine, featuring sustainably harvested seafood and produce. Day trip with local whale watching guides who are certified to guide within the National Marine Park. Travel to different regions of the park by Panga Boat to view whales, dolphins, sea lions, shorebirds, and much more from a respectful, yet intimate, distance. Camp on the Caribbean-like beaches of Coronados Island, with time to relax, explore the sandy beaches, snorkel with the tropical fish, or hike the amazing volcanic peak!  Finally, on the last day, drive to the west coast for an extra day of Whale Watching to see the lagoons where the Grey Whales birth their calves. An amazing 4 day experience with these incredible animals, in this beautiful and special area!   TOUR DATES: Feb. 19 - 22, 2018 Feb. 25 - 28,  2018 March 10 - 13, 2018  
From CAD 1'125
For Intermidiate to Advanced Paddlers. This exciting tour is back by popular demand! We created this route because it’s one we really like and one that people have been asking for again and again. It’s designed for moderate to advanced paddlers. It’s a nice mix of a few long days along some exposed coastline, and a few days near the end relaxing on some of the beautiful beaches at the south end of Isla Carmen. If time permits, we'll spend a day or two exploring Isla Danzante on the way home. TOUR DATES: October 30 - November 8, 2017 March 12 - 19, 2018 - PRIVATE TOUR (FULL)  
From CAD 1'500
Good for Intermediate Paddlers. The Coastal Route is 7 days and 50 miles of remote paddling filled with stunning beaches and amazing geology. We will have the opportunity to visit various small fishing camps and the amazing San Basilio Bay along the way. There will be ample time in the afternoon for beach combing, seeing marine mammals and wildlife, visit indigenous cave paintings, swimming and snorkeling, and desert hikes. This route will bring us to a new campsite most nights. Weather permitting; we usually spend the last night on the stunningly beautiful Coronados Island. This is a terrific route for people who are looking to expand their paddling experience, and see some amazing sights along the way! February 15 - 21, 2018
From CAD 1'275
Good for all skill levels. This route offers a more relaxed style of vacation. The three days base camping on Isla Coronados provides lots of opportunity for circumnavigating the volcanic island, desert hiking and snorkeling with sea lions. This route is great for people who have only a few days to explore the area, or for folks who want to learn more about kayak-camping expeditions while not moving too far. The Coronados Island trip offers fun for beginner paddlers or families. Come and check out the pristine lagoon and this phenomenal island in the national marine park.  Also, you can ask us to schedule a private trip to fit your own dates and schedule! December 8 - 10, 2017 December 30, 2017 - January 1, 2018
From CAD 725
Beginner to Intermediate Expedition TOUR DATES: November 24 - 30, 2017 February 9 -15, 2018 March 4 - 11, 2018 April 8 - 14, 2018   This route is a mix of the South Islands and Loreto-La Paz routes starting with the fabulous beaches of Isla Carmen and Isla Danzante, then crossing over to paddle south along the remote coastline to the quaint village of Agua Verde. The small and remote fishing village of Agua Verde is situated in one of the most beautiful and protected bays in the Baja Peninsula. Along the way we will visit an inter-tidal hot spring, and a ranch that has been worked by the same family for hundreds of years. This is an excellent trip for any skill level and gives you a taste of real Baja culture with it's amazing wildlife and geology! This is a Beginner to Intermediate Expedition, with 3 to 4 hours of paddling each day, camping every night, and optional hikes, snorkels, and other fun activities along the way. Group sizes vary, but we like to try and keep groups to less then 12 guests with 2 guides. Approximate trip distance: 45 NM /  80 KM We choose to run the majority of our trips with our signature and very popular “communally-catered” option. This is our preference because it: allows the entire group to be involved in all aspects of the adventure, fosters an atmosphere similar to being on a trip with a group of friends instead of a tour, and allows us to offer much more affordable kayak trips. How it works:  Before the trip starts each person in assigned 2-4 meals (depending on trip length and number of participants) to purchase, pack, and prepare meals for the group. Our guides will be there to assist you throughout the process. The day before the trip starts the whole group meets in Loreto and after  introductions and orientation, we all go shopping together. Trip guides will help with menu ideas, assessing quantities, reading labels in Spanish, and sourcing special ingredients. Our guides are excellent cooks, and when not preparing their meals, they make excellent sous chefs and will be there to assist you with any part of the preparation and cooking of your meals. We provide all the cooking equipment and utensils, as well as dishes and cutlery. All you need is a few of your favorite recipes and a sense of adventure!
From CAD 1'175
Good for Intermediate to Advanced Paddlers. The 10-day Loreto to La Paz trip is a slightly more advanced trip than others we offer. This trip is a very remote route with only a few road access points along the way. The coastline is diverse as we paddle down a section of the Sierra Giganta mountain range, changing camps every day. This is a pick-up-and-go style of trip where the main focus is paddling, yet leaving time in the afternoons for snorkeling, hiking and relaxation. We pass by hot springs, small fishing camps and remote ranches and villages set along this amazing undeveloped coastline. This route is true expedition paddling! Nov. 13 - 23, 2017 - FULL- Private Tour March 27 - April 6, 2018 - FULL
From CAD 1'500
Good for Beginner and Intermediate Paddlers. The South Islands trips is our most popular. This 6 day, 5 night route offers a nice mix between a kayak expedition and a relaxing island vacation.  We'll change campsites every second night, and have the option to paddle every day, while still leaving lots of time to swim, snorkel, hike, or just relax on the beach. We will explore the islands of Danzante and Carmen, stopping at our favorite beaches. This is also a great trip for beginners or families with children.
From CAD 995