Sea Kayak Adventures serves some of the most incredible waterways in the world. Rich with natural beauty and offering incomparable opportunities to view endangered wildlife, our destinations ensure that your adventure will be something you'll cherish for a lifetime.
|British Columbia, Canada
An incredible environment for sea kayaking with killer whales, BC Canada's Inside Passage is a sheltered, glacier-carved waterway between the northeast coast of Vancouver Island and the snow-capped mountains of mainland British Columbia. A focal point, Johnstone Strait allows us the best opportunity to view orcas up close from a kayak, as these scenic waters contain the highest density of killer whales anywhere in the northern hemisphere.
The Baja California peninsula is a land of dramatic contrasts where cactus-filled deserts and towering mountains meet a rich marine environment along hundreds of miles of coastline. This desert wilderness is one of the best winter adventure destinations in North America. Besides warm sunny weather and startling scenery, Baja is world-renowned for close encounters with gray, fin and blue whales, among others in the wild.
|Inside Passage, Alaska
Alaska is the last frontier of the American Wilderness. May is one of the best times in Alaska to cruise Glacier Bay National Park on the Ursa Major. From June to August, Ursa Major explores Alaska's spectacular Inside Passage between Sitka and Petersburg. Travel for six nights/seven days through this vast coastal wilderness, paddling glacier-fed waters where snow-capped peaks tower majestically above, soak in hot springs and observe abundant wildlife including whales, porpoises, bears and sea otters.
|Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Our Galapagos adventure trip is the first of its kind offered in this tropical archipelago, allowing you to see the wonderful wildlife of these islands "up close and personal" from behind a paddle vs onboard a cruise, providing you a more intimate journey in the enchanting Galapagos Islands. Travel the Galapagos Islands with sea kayak paddle in hand. Like other travelers, you'll marveled at these islands with their oceanic geologic origins, rich sea life, diverse wildlife and intriguing natural history - all of which are unique on this planet.
Patagonia offers a diverse, fascinating ecosystem of windswept steppes, unique wildlife, dramatic coastline, and stunning mountains. The Peninsula Valdes UNESCO World Heritage Site is at the center of southern right whale activity that is also a research area for a local whale conservation organization. Armadillos, ostrich-like rheas, maras (Patagonian hares) and llama-like guanacos roam the sweeping landscape. You can also experience trekking amongst what many consider to be the finest mountain scenery in the world and marveling at immense glaciers spilling into sparkling lakes .