Kayaking Adventures

Kayaking is one of the best ways to have an authentic, intimate experience with water. Our kayaking adventures take you deep into untouched, remote territory – often delivering eye-to-eye encounters with wildlife. These small crafts are the perfect vessels to carry you into areas filled with wild life and usher you into an exclusive world of inlets and coves that are only reachable by kayak. These adventures prove that there are great rewards for those who are willing to put forth the effort!

Belize

Rich in ecology and culture, Belize has become a leader in eco-tourism with a large percentage of natural resources untouched and protected from human development. Visitors will experience natural beauty and authentic Belizean culture among the lush rain forests and on the pristine islands.

British Columbia

Sea kayaking in British Columbia offers dramatic mountain ranges, beautiful coastlines, extensive forests, and an abundance of marine and wildlife. With a history rich in both maritime and logging traditions, paddle along remote islands and passageways as you discover the quiet beauty of the stunning seascapes and an abundance of wildlife.

  • I cannot tell you how impressed I was with the Rivers & Oceans’ staff, their organizational skills, knowledge and simply being just nice people. Once I decided to go with them every detail of the adventure was planned, organized and implemented without a hitch.

    Steve G.

  • Absolutely wonderful. Rivers and Oceans is operated by people who truly care about your trip and have the personal experience to help you make the best choice. Now go see for yourself and let Rivers and Oceans lead you towards the adventure of a lifetime.

    Owen S.

  • The folks at Rivers and Oceans are great. Helped us find and book a trip and patiently answered many questions over the weeks preceding the trip. Thank you.

    Greg W.

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