British Columbia kayaking tours and rentals are enjoyed in the Pacific Ocean navigating around islands and islets, on BC rivers riding white water and class 4 rapids and on BC lakes exploring shorelines and sandy beaches.
BC kayaking guides and outfitters are located, pretty much, where water is found in abundance. Kayaking operators provide kayak rentals and lessons and in many cases kayak trips of all types. Experience kayakers with kayak in tow can access the thousands of lakes on this website for more information.
There are over 20,000 lakes in BC, Canada. Some are easy access while others are in the back country via gravel roads. When lake kayaking in BC Canada it is more about the scenery than the access. What scenery do you want to enjoy while kayaking?
There are said to be over 750,000 kilometres of rivers for kayaking in British Columbia, Canada. There are class 1 to class 5 rivers for kayaking in BC. Easy to tough paddle routes with put in and take out points. Some are day paddles while others are multi day.
BC rivers are well known in kayak circles of being some of the best white water kayaking routes in Canada. Some of the rivers include the Adams, Eagle, Little Shuswap, South Thompson, Seymour, and Nicola Rivers in the Thompson-Shuswap region. The Blackwater, Chilcotin, Nazko, Quesnel, Fraser, Goat and Dean Rivers in the Cariboo-Chilcotin-Coast region. The Blaeberry, Bull, Columbia, Elk, Kicking Horse, Kootenay, St.Mary, White and Yoho Rivers in the Kootenays region of British Columbia, Canada.
Kayaking in British Columbia, Canada is enjoyed in all seasons. It is best enjoyed in the late spring, summer and early fall months. A kayak adventure with a guide may include camping, meals and entertainment. Many British Columbia kayak tour operators provide lessons, itinerary, gear and guides.
On the west coast of British Columbia is where sea kayaking is king. Some of the better known sea kayaking destinations with tour operators include Victoria, Cowichan Valley, Comox Valley, Port Alberni, Tofino, Ucluelet on Vancouver Island.. and throughout the Gulf Islands and on the Sunshine Coast.