One of the most amazing things about our adventure vacations, even life in general, is that truly anything can happen. Just within the last year, we've had so many wonderful and unexpected surprises on several of our British Columbia and Baja trips. These experiences not only make for an incredible trip for our guests, but they are also one of the biggest reasons why we do what we do. Those rare occasions put so much thrill into our lives, from guides all the way to our staff members here in Idaho. We LIVE for unexpected and exciting treats; for the rare moments that make an entire year. Here are just a few of the wonderful unexpected moments that we have endured this past year.

1. August, 2014: (Johnstone Strait) Orcas being flirtatious and swimming underneath the kayaks. 2. June, 2014: (Galapagos) An Orca sighting in the Galapagos! 3. March, 2014: (Loreto) A whale shark sighting in Loreto. 4. February, 2014: (La Paz) Orcas sighted in the Sea of Cortez just outside of La paz. 5. November, 2013: (Loreto) Thousands of dolphins migrating South together through the Sea of Cortez.


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