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Kayak the legendary warm waters of Savary Island

Savary Island’s legendary warm waters and expansive sandy beaches are the destination on this tropical day tour.  Often called the Hawaii of the Pacific Northwest, it’s a well loved island by locals and visitors alike. The island is a narrow, crescent shaped sliver and apart from an ancient granite outcrop on the eastern end, Savary Island is essentially a migrating sandbar of glacial sediment. From the shoreline to the uplands, Savary nurtures a rare sequence of ecosystems from expansive beaches to dune meadows and older forests.

This unique geology and ecology makes Savary extremely rare, fragile and endangered. We meander along the granite outcrop, the sand cliffs over shallow rocky reefs to our break spot and spend time beach combing, swimming and exploring.

Includes option of adding a lunch for $25+ GST per person.

We are happy to accommodate different diets and requests to our tour menu whenever possible. Because of the time and resources it takes to plan and prepare, there may be an additional $5 + GST/person charge incurred in order for us to accomodate certain menu requirements. Please ensure you communicate to our office any allergies, dietary restrictions, or strong preferences at the time of booking.

8 hours

Per persons: $179 + GST

4 persons minimum. Parties less than 4 are welcome to book and will be combined with others.

If you are less than 4 people AND wish to have your tour as PRIVATE: $716+ GST

Lunch add-on option: $25 + GST per person
An extra $5+GST/ person will be charged for certain dietary requirements, including but not limited to: vegan, gluten free, keto, or paleo diets, or allergies that will prevent other guests from enjoying certain types of food.

Departure: 9:30 am

Not suitable for children under 10 years of age.
For more information please call 1-888-552-5558.

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"The Zodiac tour far exceeded our expectations. Our guide was very knowledgeable about marine and terrestrial ecosystems, native and European history and modern day events."