Sea Kayaking the New Brunswick Coast - 2 Nights

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Run by: Windows On The Wild

Reference number: WOTW-07

From: £550.00

Spend three days kayaking the longest uninhabited coastline on the east coast. Camp on secluded beaches and learn first hand about the Bay of Fundy, its ecology, tides and sculptured coastline.

Suggested Itinerary:

Day 1

Alma to Goose River Arrive at the home base in Alma for outfitting and packing of kayaks and dry-land training. You will visit Alma’s scenic harbour and travelling along the Fundy National Park coastline. You will pass Devil’s Half€re, Matthews Head and Squaws Cap. At Point Wolfe, paddle up to the covered bridge, and learn about the early history of this area. Lunch will be prepared on a sand bar where Mi’kmaq Indians camped and schooners docked. After lunch, pass along Precambrian cliffs, perhaps observing the harbour porpoises and seals that frequent the area. In early afternoon you will reach Goose River, where many believe Captain Kidd had buried his treasure. This scenic spot will be our home for the next two days.

Day 2

Goose River to Little Salmon River From Goose River, paddle towards Martin Head. There will be time to explore the island and have lunch. Several gravestones and building foundations stand testament to the days when a lighthouse occupied the high point of Martin Head. Following lunch, continue past such landmarks as Rapidy Brook and then Little Salmon River. Here you will make camp with the superb view of the Bay and Isle Haute before you. A hike into a spectacular gorge will complete the day.

Day 3

Little Salmon to Big Salmon Today you will explore the most spectacular part of the coastline featuring sea stacks, hidden beaches and towering cliffs. At Big Salmon River there may be time to explore the newly built Interpretative Centre. If weather conditions are unfavourable you will take out here - otherwise you will continue to Saint Martins and the end of the trip.

Price Includes: all meals, 2 nights B&B€commodation, sea kayaking equipment, transportation, experienced guide services and gratuities

Please note International flights are not included, please contact us for comptetive fares.

This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website

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