This is our specialty. We can help you plan your perfect trip down to the last GPS coordinate for that hidden white sand beach or grain of rice in your food pack.
The Inside Passage runs more than 2000 kms from Puget Sound in Washington, along the whole west coast of British Columbia to the Alaskan Panhandle. There are 40,000kms of coastline in British Columbia alone. It is a series of channels and passages protected from the big swells of the Pacific Ocean making it an ideal paddling destination.
It is one of the largest remaining tracts of unspoiled temperate rainforest in the world and some of the most pristine wilderness on the planet. It is a unique and intricate ecosystem where land and sea are deeply interconnected. It is home to whales, seals, sea lions, otters, wolves, salmon, grizzly bears, and the Kermode (spirit) bear, a unique subspecies of the black bear, in which one in ten cubs display a recessive white coloured coat. There is also a rich and colourful marine system below the surface with starfish, crabs, fish, urchins, anemones, mussels, the mighty kelp forests and so much more.
You can paddle vast distances, or explore tiny enclaves – design your unique experience.