What We Provide & What to Bring
We supply high quality and perfectly maintained equipment; including single and double kayaks, paddle jackets, PFD's, wet suits, 2 person tents, dry bags, camp cooking equipment and utensils. All you bring is your sleeping bag and personal items, as suggested in our what to bring list below.
- All kayaking equipment
- Lunch, individual water bottles and snacks
- Dry bags to store all your personal items
- Paddle jackets to wear in the kayak
- Life jacket and spray skirt
- Gloves if your hands get cold
- Shoes for you if you didn’t bring the correct footwear
- Extra hats because you really should have one for the day
- Sunscreen in case you forgot yours
- Wetsuits if we think that we would need them, but usually we don’t
What to bring:
- Shoes that you can get wet (sturdy sandals, old runners, neoprene booties, rubber boots)
- Hat (either sun or rain hat, a visor or cap)
- Sunscreen & lip balm
- Sunglasses and a retainer strap
- Camera and film
- Extra clothes (in case you want to wear something warmer/cooler)
- Fiberglass touring kayaks with rudders. The brands we carry are; Current Designs, Seaward, Nimbus and Necky
- Lightweight, fibreglass and carbon fibre paddles. These do off set for feathering if you prefer
- Neoprene Sprayskirts by Brooks Wetsuits.
- Neoprene gloves
- Comfortable, Salus Marine Wear life jackets (PFD’s)
- Kokotat paddle jackets
- Wetsuits from NRS and Brooks
- 3 dry bags per person, a 5 litre, 20 litre and 30 litre
- Laminated marine charts for each guest to follow along while on the tour and then to keep as a souvenir
- REI Taj 3 tents. These tents are roomy enough for 3 people, but great for 2 people to share with plenty of moving around space. A door and vestibule on each side allows for easy entry and storage of dry bags
- Big tarps for the kitchen and group sitting area
- Propane Stoves, all kitchen equipment
- Fresh water brought from town, 3 litres per person per day is our provision
- Toilet Paper
- A hand wash station, with clean towels and biodegradable soap
- All the safety equipment and first aid kit carried by the guide
- Campfire on the beach every night
What to bring:
A word of caution – Please do not wear cotton clothes. Blue jeans and a t-shirt are standard fare for most summer days but they don’t work well on a kayak trip. The cotton takes a long time to dry if it gets wet and can drain the heat away from your body very quickly. We suggest polyester type clothing, nylon pants, fleece or micro fleece shirts. If you don’t have this tell us, we may be able to help you.
Please do not wear jewelry or bring too many clothes. Wet suits and paddle jackets are provided for your comfort, to keep you warm and dry. We supply drybags to protect your personal belongings. Remember that there is limited space in the kayaks. Any items that do not fit can be stored in our vehicle until we return.
Thank you for coming prepared; your cooperation is most appreciated. Please let us know if you do not have everything required and we will do our best to help you.