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 operating on a smaller scale, we were able to employ two full time staff, get involved with our local community and build connections by offering youth kayaking programs through the Ucluelet Community Center, Raincoast Education Society and Heartwood Home School.
New Partnerships Means New Tours
We created new partnerships with the numerous business in town. Beers and Biologist (Ucluelet Aquarium and Ucluelet Brewing Company) and Yoga and kayaking trips (Shannon Jensen of Ananda Adventures), Heartwood Kitchen created amazing lunches for all of our day tours and we now share an office with Subtidal Adventure Tours.
Broken Group Islands Closure Contingency Plan
We are really looking forward to returning to the Islands, however in the event that the Broken Group Islands does not fully re-open, and commercial companies are still allowed to go into the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve for day use only, we have come up with some other alternatives.
Hello Nature has developed three new tour combinations that let us explore the Broken Group Islands as day visitors, and then spend the night at our private campsite just outside the park boundary. You will still get to experience the spectacular scenery, enjoy west coast cuisine, view the local wildlife and explore the many islands and beaches that are tours are known for. The only difference is a short water taxi ride into the Broken Group Islands each morning so we can spend the day kayaking.
Our new tours include traditional camping and a new glamping option, with real beds. We are really excited to be returning to the Islands and hope you will join us!