Georgian Bay Getaway

Georgian Bay Getaway

The 3-day Georgian Bay “Getaway” is an ideal introduction to kayak touring. The trip is designed to provide you with basic paddling, safety, rescue, navigation, touring, and kayak-camping techniques, while enjoying a relaxed wilderness holiday in a beautiful setting. The combination of formal instruction with ongoing coaching, while gaining real experience on a multi-day expedition, will help you become a confident and safe sea kayaker.

After a kayak clinic at Killbear Provincial Park, we'll head out into the 30,000 Islands - a kayaker’s paradise. We'll set up camp each evening on a rugged out-island and enjoy a glass of wine, an excellent dinner, and the company of new friends. After three days of exploring the maze of islands and channels, we'll arrive at our destination of Snug Harbour.

No previous experience is required to enjoy the Georgian Bay “Getaway”. More accomplished paddlers will find it a great way to introduce a friend to sea kayaking.

"We had a fabulous time and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend a Black Feather trip to anyone. We look forward to doing another one in the near future." Jackie, Ontario, Canada

Recommended Skill Level And Dates

Skill Level: 1
Dates Trip Fee
June 30, 2018 to July 02, 2018
$740.00 CAD
What is Included: 

Guides 5:1 ratio
Meals
• excellent meals from Day 1 lunch to Day 3 lunch
• snacks
Kayaking Equipment
• sea kayaks with rudders, waterproof hatches
• spray decks, paddles, PFDs (you may bring your own)
• throw lines, pumps, and other safety accessories
Camping Equipment
• tents: free-standing, custom expedition dome tents - 2 per tent
• "kitchen": tarp, fire box, cooking stoves, utensils, dishes, etc.
• dry bags and containers for food and group equipment
Safety Equipment
• first aid, safety, kayak rescue, and repair kits
• emergency communications equipment
Local Transportation
• transportation of guides, group gear, kayaks, etc. to and from trip
• shuttle from the rendezvous to the take-out point at Snug Harbour

Trip Location



Trip Rendezvous Point: Killbear Provencial Park, Ontario