Did you know Nova Scotia offers exceptional and diverse kayaking you won’t find anywhere else?
Paddle through narrow passageways, past rocky islands with basking seals, or alongside sheer cliffs with soaring sea birds. Meet local fishers and chefs, savour delicious seafood and Nova Scotian wine, falling asleep under the stars! These exclusive kayaking experiences will keep you coming back for more!
Sea-to-Table Lobster Adventure
East Coast Outfitters, Lower Prospect
Kayak Nova Scotia’s dramatic granite coast and clear, turquoise waters to a charming fishing village for the inside scoop on lobster fishing in this sea-to-table adventure! A chef-prepared lobster dinner, featuring local ingredients and seafood awaits you at the ocean's edge at sunset.
Fundy Sunrise Yoga & Kayak
NovaShores Adventures, Cape d’Or, Bay of Fundy
Enjoy a cliff’s edge yoga session overlooking the sunrise mirrored in the waters of the Bay of Fundy. Beside the lighthouse, indulge in a lobster-inspired brunch featuring locally sourced ingredients, then take a guided kayak tour of the breathtaking rugged Bay of Fundy cliffs as the world's highest tides roll under your kayak.
Lighthouse Bites: Full Moon Adventure
North River Kayak Tours, Baddeck, Cape Breton
As the sun sets, your kayak adventure begins! Take a thrilling nighttime kayak tour to Kidston Island on the beautiful Bras d’Or Lake, part of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, for an unforgettable evening of Cape Breton music and gourmet local flavours prepared by The Bite House, under a full moon.
Private Island Yurt for Two
Pleasant Paddling, Blue Rocks
Take a thrilling kayak adventure to a seal colony, snorkel hidden inlets, cycle winding coastal roads, and dine on local delicacies. Sleep under the stars in a cozy yurt on your very own private island, just off the coast of beautiful Blue Rocks fishing village near Lunenburg.
LaHave Islands Glamping Adventure
Cape LaHave Adventures, LaHave Islands
Foodies will love this guided glamping adventure with everything provided! Island hop by kayak, to colourful fishing communities and pristine coasts. Indulge in fresh seafood and local flavours prepared for you on the beach, try yoga on stand-up paddleboards, and glamp under the stars.
Halifax Islands Glamping and Culinary Adventure
Kayak Halifax, Halifax Harbour islands
From Halifax’s vibrant waterfront, explore beaches and forts on McNabs Island before staying overnight at Georges Island National Historic Site. Here, you’ll tour underground tunnels and indulge in an amazing culinary and glamping experience, with a side of hiking and kayaking.