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Out For Adventure Kayak Instruction 101 - CLOSED

Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada
+1 705-488-2611
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The wildest and most enchanting experience ever

We took the Pure Orca Kayak Tour in October and it was an amazing experience. I'm not the "wild... read more

Reviewed 8 December 2012
Neuquen, Argentina
Granite Bay

In mid-June 2012 we spent several hours with kayaking guides Mack and Sophie exploring Granite Bay... read more

Reviewed 28 November 2012
Richmond British Columbia
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Enjoy a Kayak Day Tour to the Breton Islands or Granite Bay, or spend a few days kayaking in Johnstone Strait to view Orcas in their wild habitat. 3 to 5 day Kayak Adventures featuring top quality equipment, qualified guides and spectacular destinations including Discovery Islands & Desolation Sound. With a background in the adventure industry since 1994, our family at OFA invites you to join us for the experience of a lifetime.
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7 Dec 2012
“The wildest and most enchanting experience ever”
27 Nov 2012
“Granite Bay”
Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada
+1 705-488-2611
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Reviewed 8 December 2012

We took the Pure Orca Kayak Tour in October and it was an amazing experience. I'm not the "wild" sort of person and I really don't enjoy camping that much, but when my husband told me about it, and just mention we would be encountering...More

2  Thank AdrianaFillaster
Reviewed 28 November 2012

In mid-June 2012 we spent several hours with kayaking guides Mack and Sophie exploring Granite Bay and into Small Inlet on Quadra Island. Twelve years ago on a drizzly day, we first saw Granite Bay while exploring the back roads on the island. Finding the...More

2  Thank Catwhowalksbyherself
Reviewed 14 September 2012

The 5 Day desolation Sound Kayaking trip with the "Out for adventure" Company, based on Quadra Island BC was fantasti8c in every way: The logistics were excellent, the equipment top notch, the food was plentiful and exceptionally prepared ( by our guide Jessica), and our...More

Thank ilanrubin
Reviewed 26 August 2012

I went on a base camp trip in Sept. 2008 with three friends. We stayed on Quadra the day before and left on day one from the office. The water taxi ride was rough and slow because of wind and when we got there we...More

Thank TravellingCarol
Reviewed 23 August 2012

I was looking for a vacation for myself and my 21 year old son before he headed off to college. It took us some time to find something we both thought we would enjoy but we finally decided on the 5 day Orca Expedition on...More

Thank Kathy M
Reviewed 21 June 2012

My husband and I built our own kayaks, but were nervous to take them out on the 'big water' for the first time by ourselves. We are semi experienced kayakers, just needed the experience of an expedition. During this expedition we had rain, wind, sun...More

Thank MelissaWilkie
Reviewed 20 December 2011

We (3 adults, 2 adolescents) went on the 5 day Orca expedition. The brochure was very clear that a risk existed of NOT seeing Orca. This was fair and realistic. As it was, we saw adult and juvenile Orca hunting, a range of whales and...More

3  Thank DoctorWScotland_UK
Reviewed 15 September 2011

I've done the orca adventure trip twice with Out for Adventure. Both times we saw orcas, which yes, are not guaranteed. What is guaranteed is an amazing area, superior guides, amazing food and a fun experience. I am a kayaker and have done several unguided...More

5  Thank HappyNewlyweds2010
Reviewed 15 August 2011

First, let me say, we greatly enjoyed our kayaking trip. But as fair warning to people, like me, who are going on the trip PRIMARILY to see orcas in their natural habitat; don’t get too excited. I know the company will say that there is...More

2  Thank TexanInCanada