Navigating the Mystical Waters of the Bay of Fundy - 4 days/4 nights
August 2* - 7, 2016 (*arrival day, no paddling )
5 nights camping (camping Aug. 2nd will be at Herring Cove campground)
This area is best characterized by its dramatic tides, cold arctic waters, and breath-taking views. The constant movement of the water rushing in, out, and around the numerous islands provides for some interesting and challenging paddling as we navigate the archipleago that sits between Passamaquoddy Bay and the Bay of Fundy. The beauty here is unparalleled - immense cliffs buffering hidden pocket beaches, bald eagles perched on stately evergreens or soaring high in the sky, and the unmistakabale landmark of East Quoddy head light shining brightly at the northern tip of Campobello. As we navigate these waters you'll be sure to see porpoise, gray and harbor seals, and with some luck Minke, Fin, or Humpback whales. Of course, numerous seabirds thrive in these nutrient-rich waters as well. This is really a magical destination, one in which you'll soon become part of the rhythm of the movement and a place you'll hate to leave. We'll begin and end our trip from the eastern shores of Campobello from the Herring Cove Provincial Park. Due to the challenging conditions in this region, this trip is only recommended for people who have solid paddling skills to deal with the constantly changing conditions. If you are not sure of your skills give us a call.
$895 per person. $100 discount with your own kayak. (Please note that you are required to have a Passport or Passport Card to enter Canada)
Price includes camping fees, kayak, sprayskirt, PFD, wetsuit, paddle and meals beginning with breakfast on the first paddling day (August 3rd) through breakfast on the final day (August 7th). *We will meet at Herring Cover Provincial park campground on August 2nd, begin paddling on August 3rd and get off the water about noon on the August 7th.