Our daily wonderful afternoon sea kayak tour. On the islands sea kayak tour we hide from any wind while zigzagging through the islands until we reach our secluded beach where we provide a snack. Different zigzagging route on the return paddle always looking for the calmest path.
This sea kayak tour meanders through the islands around Blue Rocks and showcases why this is the best paddling area in Nova Scotia. Islands, so many islands.
Perched on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, the islands of Blue Rocks. These islands make a premier sea kayaking destination that provide a protected paddling environment, while offering glimpses of the open ocean. Made up of stratified slate pushed upward by crustal folding, this stunning maze of islands has passageways that only kayakers can navigate.
You’ll hear the swells rolling over rocks, the haunting sound of groaner buoys, and seals calling in the distance as you paddle through the beautiful islands and skirt picturesque fishing villages.
This 3-hour guided sea kayak tour is offered daily at 2:00 pm and is perfect for paddlers of all ages and experience levels.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||245 The Point Road, Blue Rocks|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive by 1:45PM for a prompt start time of 2:00PM.|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 5:00 PM.|
|WEAR||Water friendly clothing including footwear, hat, jacket, sunscreen|
Difficulty Level : Easy
What to expect
Launching from one of the most scenic fishing villages on the east coast, Blue Rocks. This tour delves into the rocky islands and kayakers will immediately feel they have entered the wilderness. Using the narrow canals between the islands for protection paddlers will weave through island after island offering unique views every few minutes.
Throughout the tour, you’ll stop to learn about the flora and fauna–from the bright yellow seaweed, and colourful shells to the blue and grey hues of the rocky landscape. We’ll also stop on one of the islands for a chance to stretch, explore a secluded beach, and have a snack. Your guide will explain the life cycle of the area’s aquatic foods. On the return paddle, we’ll follow a different, sheltered, zigzagging route, speckled with pauses along the way for stories and wildlife viewing.