2-day kayak adventure on the Bay of Fundy – we paddle to the legendary Three Sisters and tent on the beach at Seal Cove.
Experience magnificent coastline at both high and low tide and seals in their natural habitat.
We take you sea kayaking at the northern end of the spectacular Cape Chignecto Provincial Park, where the coastline is incredibly scenic and we are surrounded by pure wilderness. Launching from the red sands at Spicer’s Cove, the cliffs become increasingly dramatic as we paddle further along the park’s shoreline and we might spot seals and eagles along the way.
The highlights of this tour include the famous Three Sisters sea stacks, a natural amphitheater that nicely amplifies your voice, lava tubes and other evidence of the separation of the continents, a small sea cave, steep red cliffs and holes-in-the-rock. We paddle the park’s dramatic coastline for 2-3 hrs until we reach the secluded bay of Seal Cove. Here, we’ll relax on the beach, have lunch, and set up camp. You might hear strange sounds you have never heard before – it’s the Grey Seals bellowing from coves nearby.
In the afternoon, you have the option of hiking up the escarpment to Green Point (1 h return) for magnificent vistas back to the Three Sisters and across the bay to Fundy National Park, or you could go out kayaking again with your guide to float amongst the seals. You land again for dinner on the beach facing west – perfect for the sunset.
The next morning, you will have breakfast at leisure, pack up camp, stop for lunch in one of the coves along the way, and be back at the launch spot around 2-3 pm. The tides change the scenery dramatically, and it is great to spend a whole tidal cycle by the Bay – have the water almost lapping at your tent’s doorstep and wake up to a huge beach with quite a walk to the water’s edge.