The Campbell River estuary is the setting for guided evening kayak tours on tomorrow and Aug. 10.

Tour the Campbell estuary by kayak

Bird watching, seal spotting, and kayaking come together in guided evening kayak tours of the Campbell River estuary

Bird watching, seal spotting, and kayaking come together in guided evening kayak tours of the Campbell River estuary.

The guided tours offer a chance to explore the many waterways of the estuary, including hidden ones inaccessible by land, and learn about local history at the same time.

Kayaking experience is not necessary, all equipment is supplied, and the tours are guided by qualified instructors.

The paddle tours will happen twice this summer; Thursday, July 28, and Wednesday, Aug. 10, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on both evenings.

Tour goers will meet in the children’s play park in Dick Murphy Park, before heading out.

The cost is $50, and space is limited so early registration is advised.

To register or for more information, call 250-923-7911.

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