Explore the historic coast of the Southern Shore with our guided sunset sea kayak experience. This intimate tour allows you to view some of the most breathtaking scenery Newfoundland has to offer via tandem (2-person) kayak. The community of Cape Broyle is perfectly situated for sea kayaking as it has a remarkably sheltered harbour and impressive physical geography. Paddling at sunset takes advantage of a more peaceful time on the water where guests have the opportunity to observe sea birds and marine mammals or just unwind and enjoy the late Summer day. This experience is suitable for guests with no sea kayaking experience.
20 Southside Road, Cape Broyle, Newfoundland and Labrador A0B 0B2
A Wilder Experience is located in the community of Cape Broyle (pop. 489), located approximately 60 kilometers South of St. John’s International Airport. This scenic drive, referred to as The Irish Loop, takes you back in time through a number of small communities, each with its own unique history. Follow Route 10S to Cape Broyle, past the Riverside Restaurant (an excellent place to eat Fish & Chips or Moose Burgers!) and past the Ultramar, take your next left onto Southside rd. You will find us on the right-hand side. Park in our driveway or on the side of the road if there is no room. This is a residential street so we encourage you to not block or impede traffic when parking on the road.
Surplus off street parking for guests can also be found at the ECT trail head, which is a short 5 minute walk away, at the end of Southside Rd.
Duration: 90 mins from arrival to departure. This includes approximately 1 hour of paddling, onshore instruction and shuttle time.
Time: Daily at 1800hrs
Tours will depart earlier as days get shorter
Please refer to our booking page for current rates and departure times. We offer a discounted rate for youth (16 and under).
Skill level: No experience required. Great for all skill levels!
Guide to Guest Ratio: 1:6
What AWE provides:
- Expedition quality tandem sea kayaks
- Professional Sea Kayaking Guide
- Spray skirt
- Splash top
- Wetsuit (when weather dictates)
- Hand pump
- Throw bag
- Surgical face masks
- Hand sanitizer
Guests should bring:
- Reusable water bottle
- Shoes (they may get wet)
- Weather appropriate clothing (preferably synthetic or wool, cotton clothing is strongly discouraged)
- Guests are encouraged to bring their own cloth masks if they prefer
What’s not included:
A return shuttle from St. John’s may be arranged for an additional fee