Kayak Nova Scotia at its prime paddling destination
– The Three Sisters –
We are CLOSED For the season now – See you in May through October 2022!
We are closed now for the season, and will see you in 2022!
Travellers from outside of the ‘Atlantic Bubble’, please observe the Nova Scotia entry requirements and complete the
Nova Scotia Safe Check-In Form.
The Canadian border is now open to fully vaccinated US travellers and travellers from other countries.
No experience necessary. We offer daily departures mid-May to mid-October.
– sea Kayak in a geological wonderland –
At the most stunning sea kayaking destination in Nova Scotia
Kayak Nova Scotia on the Largest Tides on Earth!
Watch the water level change rapidly with our extreme tides that can reach up to 12 m / 40 ft vertical difference. Fascinating rock formations and incredible tides await! Explore towering red cliffs, sea stacks, arches and ancient lava flows.
Imagine yourself in the remote and pristine area of the largest and wildest provincial park in Nova Scotia, spectacular Cape Chignecto. Its rugged scenic cliffs bear evidence of the separation of the continents when Africa and North America drifted apart during the Triassic, the age of dinosaurs. Come and experience the center piece of the UNESCO Cliffs of Fundy Geopark in the best way possible – from the water!
Kayak Nova Scotia and explore arches and rock formations with our personable, highly trained guides. Then get spoilt with healthy local food on a remote beach. No experience is necessary as we are committed to supplying expertly guided sea kayaking tours to all our guests. NovaShores Adventures believes in low impact tourism where we leave no trace, especially in the sensitive preservation area surrounding the Cape Chignecto Park area of the Bay of Fundy.
Cape Chignecto is an exposed area, and a bit of wind and chop should be expected, even though there are calm, glassy days as well. We provide very stable double kayaks and the assistance of expert guides, and you should bring a sense of adventure and an average level of fitness. No experience is necessary, but confidence in an ocean environment is recommended.