Welcome to the Hello Nature Blog
Visit our Hello Nature blog page regularly to keep up to date with happenings in the Hello Nature world. We’re going to be sharing useful tips for our tours and adventures, and details of wildlife sightings plus anything else that takes our fancy!
Returning to the Islands
Looking forward to the 2021 season and multi-day touring We would like to first and foremost thank you for your support through these unprecedented time. 2020 for us has been about community, adaptation and creating positive connections. We managed to continue...
Reopening for Safe Travel
Safe Travel Welcome We are reopening for safe travel on June 1st, in a limited capacity and with strict safety protocols in place. Thank you for your support, patience, and flexibility as we adapt to an ever-evolving situation. We've been keeping a close eye on...
Double-kayakaphobia Quite a few people seem to suffer from what we call double-kayakaphobia, which we truly believe can only come from not having paddled the right double kayaks, or possibly from traumatic childhood experiences with 2-person canoes. The much maligned...
How to Get a Good Nights Sleep While Camping
Worried about how restful it is sleeping outside? Studies show sleeping away from artificial light and waking up with natural sunlight can reset your circadian rhythm which will help you feel refreshed after a better night’s sleep. To get a good nights sleep when...
Summer Season 2017 & What’s in Store for 2018
Looking Back at our First Season We at 'Hello Nature' would like to thank you for choosing us for your adventure. Looking back at our first season and at all the amazing people we were able to meet and introduce to our amazing west coast gives us a lot of joy and...
Contact Hello Nature
200 Hemlock Street,
Small Craft Harbour Finger "F",
Ucluelet, British Columbia, Canada, V0R 3A0
Toll Free: 1-844-706-2751
Hello Nature Adventure Tours recognises and supports the indigenous rights and title of the Hesquiaht, Ahousaht, and Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations, Ucluelet, Toquaht and Tseshaht - the first peoples of the lands and waters now called Clayoquot Sound and Barkley Sound.