Seal Cove 2 Day Adventure

Seal Cove 2 Day Adventure

On the Seal Cove Adventure, you will experience all the classic Fundy highlights of the day tour, but go further, leaving the noise of everyday life completely behind and becoming one with the ocean and its immense tides. Camp under the stars, enjoy the serenity of tranquil coves and immerse yourself in nature while being catered delicious home-cooked meals.  Read More…


Seal Cove Adventure Departures

Mid-June to mid-September from Advocate Harbour.


Group size

Minimum number is 2, max. 6. Please inquire about larger groups.


Duration

We depart from our office at 9 am on day one and get back around 2-3 pm on day two. 1 x lunch, 1 x dinner, 1 x breakfast and 1 x snack included. You can leave all gear with your guide after the tour and do not have to return to Advocate.

 

Paddling time to Seal Cove

About 2.5 hrs (6 km or 4 mi) to get to Seal Cove in stable yet sporty double sea kayaks. Additional paddling time in the afternoon if you wish.

 

Who is this for? 

This adventure is suitable for confident beginners and leisure kayakers alike, and it is a lot of fun for families. We paddle at a relaxed pace, and once we get to Seal Cove, more paddling that day is optional. The ocean conditions can range from glassy waters to moderate chop, depending on the wind and its direction. This is an exposed coast. The minimum age is 10, the recommended age is 12 and up – as long as everyone is confident in an ocean environment.

Adults – $490 CA + 15 % tax
Children up to 16 – $390 CA + 15 % tax

Camping under the stars at Seal Cove (photo: The Planet D).

Seal Cove 2 Day Adventure


Itinerary

The Seal Cove Adventure takes you into Cape Chignecto Park, a very scenic place to paddle and camp. Launching from the red sands at Spicer’s Cove, the cliffs become increasingly dramatic as we paddle along the park’s shoreline, and we might spot seals and eagles along the way.

We explore the park’s stunning rock features for 2-3 hrs until we reach the secluded Seal Cove. Here, we’ll relax on the beach, have lunch, and set up camp. In the afternoon, you have the option of hiking up the escarpment to Green Point (1 h return) for magnificent vistas back to the Three Sisters and across the Bay to Fundy National Park, or you could go out kayaking again with your guide to float among the seals. You land again for dinner on the beach facing west – perfect for the sunset.

The next morning, you will have breakfast at leisure, pack up camp, stop for lunch in one of the coves along the way, and be back at the launch spot around 2-3 pm.


Stay overnight and watch the incredible Fundy tides

The tides change the scenery dramatically, and it is great to spend a whole tidal cycle by the Bay – have the water almost lapping at your tent’s doorstep and wake up to a huge beach with quite a walk to the water’s edge.


Meals – all included

We provide healthy, tasty & carefully prepared meals. Most ingredients are either home-grown in our own garden, home-baked, or provided by the local fishermen. We strive to be sustainable, say no to single-use plastic and bake and cook with up to 90 % organic ingredients. We cater to all dietary restrictions. Please notify us in advance.

Sea kayaking tours in Bay of Fundy Nova Scotia

“We had a very memorable time on our Seal Cove Adventure. The scenery was beautiful, the food scrumptious and your services at NovaShores Adventures were everything we had hoped for.”

Terri and Wayne Baker

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Anne Grabinsky
37 School Lane
Advocate Harbour, Nova Scotia
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seakayak@novashores.com

1-902-392-2222 (local)*
1-866-638-4118 (toll free)*

*Please note that our office is only able
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