We are a kayak tour operator located in St.John's, Newfoundland, Canada. We paddle out of small community called Bay Bulls, 20 minutes south of St.John's. We believe the Southern Shore(Bay Bulls) area is one of the best places to in the world to Kayak and spot whales.
We offer many different Kayaking tours to suit everyone as well as custom and group tours. We believe the Southern Shore(Bay Bulls) area is one of the best places to in the world to Kayak and spot whales. Paddling in Bay Bulls is an amazing experience with all the creatures (big and small) you can spot along your adventure, such as Atlantic Puffin, Leach's Storm Petrel and Common Murres, Humpback whales and Fin and Minke whales too as they migrate north for the summer. Please see our website for more details.
April • May • June • July • August • September • October
Short (1-3 hours) • Half-day (3-6 hours) • Full day (6-9 hours) • Multi-day
Kayak / Canoe • Small boat (0-50 passengers)
Times and prices
BAY BULLS HALF-DAY TOUR - AM tour 9:00am - 12:30pm & PM tour 2:00 - 5:30pm, $69 SUNSET TOUR - Tuesdays & Thursdays 7pm (time will become earlier later in season) $39 BAY BULLS FULL-DAY TOUR - Daily 9:00am- 4:300pm $169 CUSTOM & MULTI-DAY ADVENTURES - 2 Days/ 1 Night - $459 per person, 3 Days/ 2 Night - $659 per person. These trips can be tailored to suit your needs, please call us for more details.
About our skippers and naturalist guides
We use fully trained and certified guides to unsure your safety at all times
Deck with 360?vision • Disabled access • Hands-on materials (bones, shells etc) • Posters / displays / maps • Public participation in research • Reading material available • Restrooms / toilets on board • Scenic backdrop to encounters • Snacks / drinks • Support conservation • Use a code of conduct
Listen to whales and dolphins • See a whale's tail • See leaping whales • Showered by whale blows • Watch whales only
We paddle amongst seabirds such as the Atlantic Puffin, Leach's Storm Petrel and Common Murres and you'll catch sight of whales such as Humpback, Fin and Minke as they migrate north for the summer. Be sure to bring along your camera to capture these unforgettable memories. In early summer these coastal waters are dotted with ever-changing icebergs.