Meet at our kayak dock. Within a few minutes of launching, we are
across Tsehum harbour to its north shore, which is free from boat
traffic, but not seal traffic! A gregarious group of Pacific Harbour
seals haul out on the rocks in Tsehum harbour at the lower tides, and
even at the higher tides, we see seals poking their heads up at us and
we often hear them (they sound like they need their adnoids removed…).
We paddle the completely protected harbour along the shore to a large
lagoon, which we also explore. Besides seals and seabirds, you may also
catch a glimpse of mink, river otters (yes, they live in the sea) and
racoons along the shore. This is the ultimate introduction to kayaking,
but it does come with a word of caution: kayaking is highly addictive
and after doing this tour, you may be tempted to explore the outer
islands with us on one of our half day or full day tours….