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Grey Wolf Expeditions - Day Tours

1811 Surgenor Rd | Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Black Creek, British Columbia V9J 1G6, Canada
+1 250-337-5717
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Highlight of a long-weekend Vancouver Island trip

I was staying in Courtenay for a long weekend in April. I had never been in a kayak before and... read more

Reviewed 7 October 2016
Vancouver, Canada
A true wilderness experience

Many thanks for to Jessie and Sandra for our fantastic 4 night west coast Vancouver island kayak... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2016
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We have many different Sea Kayaking Tours on Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada to choose from. Sea Kayaking with Killer Whales in Orca Camp, Multi Day Kayak Expeditions in the Discovery Islands and Day Tours at Saratoga Beach, Campbell River. Close to both towns on Vancouver Island (right between Courtenay and Campbell River) our tours are easy accessible, hassle free and luxurious. Organic gourmet menu, high quality gear and equipment only local professional guides will provide you with a relaxing, fun and adventures trip. Simply professionals with a passion to the outdoors. Each one of our tours are fully customized and peronalized to your idea of a perfect kayak vacation in British Columbia.Kayak Vancouver Island with Grey Wolf Expeditions between Campbell River and Courtenay to experience the amazing wilderness of British Columbias coast in a nature friendly way. Combined we offer 24 years of kayak guiding experience in this area. Jesse and Bill have guided more then 2,500 guests from all over the world thru the waters of Vancouver Islands Inside Passage.
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1811 Surgenor Rd | Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Black Creek, British Columbia V9J 1G6, Canada
+1 250-337-5717
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Reviewed 7 October 2016

I was staying in Courtenay for a long weekend in April. I had never been in a kayak before and decided I should give it a try. My wife and I booked a "Morning Paddle" which followed the coast in the Saratoga Beach/Miracle Beach area....More

1  Thank aarhutc
Reviewed 30 September 2016 via mobile

Many thanks for to Jessie and Sandra for our fantastic 4 night west coast Vancouver island kayak expedition. Paddling out from Quadra island we weren't quite prepared for the level of wildnerness we were to experience but we didn't see another person for the whole...More

Thank Andyvolly
Reviewed 5 September 2016

I found Grey Wolf through an article about how millennials like to vacation. Well they were right. I LOVED the time I spent out on the Island with Grey Wolf. Once we were picked up in Campbell River we didn't have to think about a...More

Thank mcatp
Reviewed 3 September 2016

Sandra, Jesse and Dan went well over the top to ensure that we felt well taken care of during every part of this trip, from first contact with Sandra, to meeting Jesse the night before, pickup in the morning, and drop off after. Camp itself...More

Thank adventuresinkayaking
Reviewed 23 August 2016

I did the 5 days / 4 nights Discovery Islands Tour and was even better than expected. Guides were very kind and helpful, as well as excellent cooks. All gear (high quality standards) and food is provided so you just need to think about paddling...More

Thank Raimon B
Reviewed 21 August 2016

Just returned from the 5 day 4 night Discovery Islands tour and am ready to return. Jesse and Dan, our guides made the trip extraordinary. They taught us everything from how to load the kayaks with personal gear, tents, sleeping bags, food, water, cooking supplies...More

Thank SeaKayak2016
Reviewed 12 August 2016

Just got home from a 5 day kayak tour with owner Jesse and his right-hand man Dan! Booked online, not knowing much about sea kayaking or the area itself. We were treated so well with Jesse's knowledge, experience and genuine caring personality. They truly are...More

Thank Coursemum
Reviewed 6 August 2016

Imagine this: three dream-like days way out on the Johnson Strait, sea kayaking, trying our hand at salmon fishing, and being pampered to the limit in a stunning campsite tucked in the forest on a broad cobble beach. Oh- saw orcas daily, eagles too Probably...More

1  Thank Elizabeth D
Reviewed 24 July 2016 via mobile

We chose to spend three nights in the Orca Camp. It was the best decision ever. The camp is very comfortable and looking really cute and tidy. The tents were big and the beds super cosy. What made the expedition so spectacular was our guide...More

2  Thank Pandarourou
Reviewed 9 December 2015

We went to Whale Camp as 2 families. Guides were helpful, knowledgeable. Tents were luxurious -- right near the water, huge walk-in size, fuzzy blankets provided. I can't remember when I've slept better. We saw orcas, humpbacks, sea lions. Beach-side sauna was fun. Kayaking and...More

2  Thank mazlex537
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