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This day trip is the same as our regular daily kayaking tours departing from Snug Harbour from 1000-1600 except on these we are accompanied by a local indigenous guide. We have teamed up with our friends from the Georgian Bay Anishinaabek Youth (GBAY) to join us as co-guides for Georgian Bay day trips. The GBAY guides will be leading cultural and natural heritage interpretation. This includes local history, Anishinaabek cultural knowledge, and the natural flora and fauna.

A kayaking day trip is probably the best way to experience the beautiful sparkling waters along our unique section of Georgian Bay coastline. The Georgian Bay Biosphere is designated as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. In a kayak, you paddle quietly and almost effortlessly along the surface of the water. Quiet ripples left behind from the dip of your paddle is the only disturbance you make. A kayak floats in mere inches of water, so we can be close to the shore to see the granite rocks, white pine trees, and little minks as they scramble up the shore with their crayfish lunch in their mouth. Come share a day with our guides and let them show you the beauty of Georgian Bay, a world full of wonder. This kayak tour is suitable for all levels.

Your Indigenous Guides

Kyla Judge is an Anishinaabekwe from Shawanaga First Nation. Kyla has grown up on Georgian Bay and has a passion for being on the land and water. Kyla is an avid paddler and is very excited to be spending another summer out on the bay! Kyla is the Cultural Programs Manager for the Georgian Bay Biosphere and a co-founder of the Georgian Bay Anishinaabek Youth.
Taylor Judge is an Anishinaabekwe from Shawanaga First Nation. Having grown up on Georgian Bay, she is very excited to be on the bay any chance she gets! Taylor just recently graduated from Carleton University and is incredibly grateful to be back working and guiding in her home territory. When Taylor isn’t guiding, she works with the Georgian Bay Biosphere and Georgian Bay Anishinaabek Youth.
Born and Raised on Wasauksing First Nation Dawson Bloor has lived on the Georgian Bay his whole life. Dawson is passionate about the outdoors and helping others find connections to the land and water.

1 day long

Price p.p. from:

$ 

plus taxes

Dates

Thursday's throughout the summer.

 What's Included

Don’t worry, we’ve got this covered.

Included

  • Equipment rentals (kayak, safety gear, paddles, skirts)
  • Dry-bags for your personal items
  • Expedition First Aid Kit. Guides are Wilderness First Aid Certified.
  • Communication devices. Guides have obtained their VHF Marine Operators License.
  • Large tarp if needed (in case of rain or intense sun)

What's Not Included

  • A Packed lunch and drinking water.

What You Should Bring

A detailed gear list is sent before the start of the trip but this can get you started.

  • Bring your lunch and water in a reusable bottle. We will provide dry bags for you to put it in.
  • On water clothing and shoes that can get wet, must have a back strap if in sandals
  • A rain jacket for wind and rain protection
  • A change of clothes for after the paddle
  • Towel, bathing suit if you decide to swim at lunch
  • A camera or phone

1 day long

Price p.p. from:

$ 

plus taxes

Dates

Thursday's throughout the summer.

Another great adventure in the Baja. I will be back again next year!

Doug T.

The Small Print

$30 Deposit during booking. Final payment a day or two in advance of the trip when we know the weather is suitable

We are happy to answer any questions you may have about this trip or about any of our other trips or courses.

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