Paddle a traditional wooden canoe and appreciate birds!
T’ashii Paddle School is partnering with The Rain-coast Education Society for this once a year special tour in a traditional dugout cedar canoe!
Join us on this tour which includes two guides. One Nuuchahnulth guide to share about local First Nations culture and history, and one guide who is very knowledgable about birds. The group will paddle up Lemmens Inlet to the Arakun Islands and mudflat area as the tide goes in, seeking mamaati (birds) to observe, learn from and appreciate.
What to expect:
This is a 4 hour tour and will run from 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Dress for the weather
Bring a snack and drinking water
bring binoculars and a quiet camera
Group paddle in a multi-passenger hand-crafted dugout cedar canoe by Joe Martin
Paddle and life jacket.
First Nations guided interpretation about the area, the environment, the history and culture.
Guide who is very knowledgable about birds
4 hour round trip: paddle up beautiful Lemmens Inlet to enjoy birds, mudflats at high tide, then paddle back.
15 and up only
at Jamies Whaling Station, 606 Campbell street
Lemmens Inlet birder tour – Sat May 5 2018 – part of the Tofino Shorebird Festival
Please select the day and number of people to book.
Tour date and time: May 5 , 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Online bookings are minimum 24 hours in advanced. For same day bookings call 250 266 3787 or visit Jamie’s Whaling Station.