Kayak the Fundy Park Coastline
Departing from our kayaking centre in Alma, New Brunswick, FreshAir Adventure explores the longest uninhabited coastline in Eastern Canada – the UNESCO Bay of Fundy Biosphere Reserve. On our two-day adventures, guests will kayak along sheer cliffs; enter inlets where streams and rivers have found their way to the Bay, and marvel at the rock outcroppings sculptured by the mighty tides of the Bay of Fundy. Camping is held in secluded coves or on beaches where only the crackling of the fire and the sound of the waves interrupt the silence of the night. In the evening, your guide will prepare a meal that brings an end to an exceptional day. You will dine on seafood from the Bay: Atlantic salmon and scallops. For those who are not seafood lovers, there are alternatives.
At every tide, you will rise or fall 10 metres. High tide allows you to poke into sea caves and kayak around sea stacks. At low tide these rock walls and stony fingers are high and dry and you will paddle alongside massive expanses of seaweed lying on the rocks above you.
Contact our offices if you are interested in booking. We can arrange the perfect tour for you.
Please note: A minimum of 2 guests are required for the tour from May 27-June 20. A minimum of 4 guests is required from June 20-September 4.
|Ticket Type||Adult (17 years+), Youth (16 years-), Seniors (65 years+)|
The aim is to be warm and comfortable. For paddling, quick drying materials such as nylon are appropriate. The items in the following list are suggestions only. Substitutions can be made.
FreshAir Adventure supplies the following:
- Two days and one night of of coastal paddling and camping;
- All kayaking equipment – quality boats, skirts, paddles;
- Safety gear – tow ropes, bailers, extensive first aid kit, cell phone, extra paddle;
- Paddling jacket;
- All camping equipment including dry bags, tents, therm-a-rest mattress, camp chairs;
- Experienced and personable guides;
- All meals from noon on day one to noon on day 2; and
- Passes and fees to Fundy National Park.