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Spend the day at North Beach and revel in the views from Tow Hill and the Blow Hole - Photo: Talon Gillis

Gray Bay is a popular recreational site known for its beachcombing and camping opportunities - Photo: Flavien Mabit

We've got a selection of camping locations just right for you - forest sites thick with carpets of moss, rustic beach campsites and comfortable campgrounds with showers and hook-ups - Photo: Flavien Mabit

Haida Gwaii's got rainforests, beaches and mountains to explore - let's go! - Photo: Alexander A MacDonald

The Pesuta Shipwreck Trail will lead you along East Beach to the scenic remains of the Pesuta, a log ship that ran aground in 1928 - Photo: Alexander A MacDonald

Visit the award-winning Haida Heritage Centre and Museum at Second Beach in Skidegate - Photo: Guy Kimola

Step into another world as you tour ancient Haida village sites in Gwaii Haanas - Photo: Flavien Mabit

The Rennell Sound area offers exceptional wilderness camping and short trails for accessing remote west coast beaches - Photo: Guy Kimola


Alan Lore / Kayak Haida Gwaii




Phone: (250)-557-4602

91 Bayview Drive,
Port Clements, BC


Kayak and Tour Haida Gwaii with Budgies Backpackers and Sight Seers Hostel in Port Clements!

Kayak Haida Gwaii is about far more than kayak tours! Our land tours will also take you into the rainforests and even Rennell Sound on the rugged west coast of Haida Gwaii.

Our kayak fleet is 6 boats strong, with 5 singles and a double kayak. All safety gear is provided and we can get you paddling out in Masset or Juskatla inlet for under $100. The waters are fairly protected and with both the Yakoun and Kumdis rivers readily available there is freshwater kayaking available. Our tours can and often do run into varieties of sea and migrant birds, otter and seals, with the rare whale or sea lion, and of course our very common deer.

Land tours are also available to cultural sites with Haida Canoes, bark stripping, test holes and other pieces of art and culture left in the woods. Artifacts from logging practices hundreds of years ago are also evident as we walk the sides of the Yakoun River watching eagle's play and otters fish. We’ll drive through the lush rainforest of the Datleman Valley and walk alongside the Kumdis River into the rich wildlife habitat of the Kumdis slough.

Our guiding outfit is both educational, fun, and adventurous.
Full day price (8-10 hours) $125
Half day price (4-6 hours) $75
quarter day (2-3 hours) $50

Check out the website for our hostel



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Queen Charlotte Visitor Centre

email: | telephone: 250-559-8316

Sandspit Visitor Centre

email: | telephone: 250.637.5362

Port Clements Visitor Centre

email: | telephone: 250-557-4576

Masset Visitor Centre

email: | telephone: 250-626-3982

Haida Gwaii Tourism

Destination Marketing Organization

Super Natural British Columbia