Enjoy Single Kayak Tours at Saratoga Beach, British Columbia
Enjoy kayaking at Saratoga Beach, British Columbia! Kayak Vancouver Island along beautiful sandbars at Saratoga Beach and the Oyster River Estuary. Join us on a sea kayaking adventure from beautiful Saratoga Beach near Campbell River on Vancouver Island. Our Vancouver Island day tour sea kayaking is a guaranteed fun and exciting outdoor activity! Surrounded by mountains, lots of interesting bird life and other unique features, we will discover the beauty of BC’s Coastline. Families are welcome! Kayak Tours Prices: Adult: - Morning paddle (10 am - 1 pm): $75 CAD + GST - Afternoon paddle (3 pm - 6 pm): $75 CAD + GST - Sunset Paddle (8 pm - 10 pm): $50 CAD + GST - Dinner Cruise (5 pm - 8 pm): $85 CAD + GST - Bunny Tour: One hour Kayak Introduction- $40 CAD + GST Children: - Morning paddle (10 am - 1 pm): $40 CAD + GST - Afternoon paddle (3 pm - 6 pm): $40 CAD + GST - Sunset Paddle (8 pm - 10 pm): $25 CAD + GST - Dinner Cruise (5 pm - 8 pm): $45 CAD + GST - Bunny Tour: One hour Kayak Introduction- $20 CAD + GST Deposit: - $25 CAD If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 1 guest
- Boards & Paddles
Born and raised on Vancouver Island, I have been lucky to spend the majority of my life pursuing outdoor recreational activities. From fishing, hiking and camping, to mountain biking and kayaking. Having worked as a guide for the last 13 years in BC and 2 seasons in New Zealand, I am living my passion of BC's nature and providing fun, and exciting adventure tours to people from all over the world.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
0% refund up to 1 day prior.
Additional Terms & Information
What to bring: - Footwear that can get wet (sandals, booties, old sneakers) - Sunscreen - Sun Glasses - Hat - Water bottle - Weather-appropriate clothing - Camera FAQs: • Is there any age requirement? - Yes, minimum 10 years age is required. • What happens if my kayak flips over? - If for some reason your kayak flips over, all of our guides have ample practice time on the water with rescue procedures, in order to quickly and efficiently get you back in your boat. At this point we will take you to the nearest shore to change into some warm cozy clothing and carry on with our journey. While we are out on the water, it is of the utmost importance that the group sticks together in the event of a capsize or change of route plan. • What if the weather turns bad? Will I be comfortable and warm? - Our weather in the Pacific Northwest is generally pleasant from May through until the end of September. The temperature will vary slightly depending on which area you visit. For example if you visit Desolation Sound or the Discovery Islands it is not uncommon in mid summer to savor a swim in the refreshing waters in order to cool off. Johnstone Strait or Bute Inlet being a little further north and more exposed to weather will have cooler temperatures. Although it is uncommon, it can rain in the summer. • Can I go fishing? And, do I need a license? - Yes - you can fish from on shore and from your kayak. Some tours camp adjacent to small streams, so both salt and fresh water fishing is available. - Fishing licenses are required. Depending on whether you are fishing in salt water or fresh water you will need either a federal or provincial license. Licenses can be obtained from most local sports shops. • Where do we wash? Are there toilets? - For those wanting to wash up, you have the option of using small streams, the ocean, or one of the fresh water lakes that we may visit. For washing in the lakes we do not suggest using any cleansing agents, but if you do please use biodegradable environmentally friendly brands.