Full Day Broken Group Islands

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Full Day Broken Group Islands

Full Day Broken Group Islands Tour Overview:

The Broken Group Islands are an internationally acclaimed sea kayaking destination.  The stunning archipelago located on the west coast of Vancouver Island features hundreds of islands, lagoons, caves, blowholes, sandy beaches and peaceful bays.  A great tour for all levels and abilities including those with no paddling experience.

Start with a 45-minute boat ride from Ucluelet to the heart of the Broken Group Islands.  Spend the day exploring islands, islets and sandy beaches - all fuelled by a delicious lunch prepared by Heartwood Kitchen.

Private excursions can be arranged for groups of 4 or more guests.

10% discount to groups of 6 or more, kids under 12 and during the off season.


The day will be spent kayaking through a vast maze of islands, islets, and rocky outcrops while being surrounded by spectacular scenery.

After a few hours of paddling, you will stop for a fully catered picnic lunch on one of the numerous sandy beaches. Throughout the day your guides will talk about the natural and cultural history of the Broken Group Islands the traditional home to the Tseshaht First Nation.

After lunch we will further explore the protected waters of the Broken Group Islands with their hidden ancient middens, fish traps, and canoe runs. There will be plenty of time to lose yourself in the rich and colourful intertidal life as well as the opportunity to see wildlife such as eagles, whales, shore birds, sea lions, seals, mink, river otter, and sea otters.

At the end of the day our water taxi will return you to Ucluelet with an estimated arrival time of 5:00 pm.

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Contact Hello Nature

200 Hemlock Street,
Small Craft Harbour Finger "F",
Ucluelet, British Columbia, Canada, V0R 3A0

Tel: 250-726-2035
Toll Free: 1-844-706-2751
Email: adventures@hellonature.ca

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.