Recipes from Camp (or Home): Guacamole

Something that I really enjoy doing now that we are staying home is creating delicious meals in my Baja kitchen. One of the most important rooms in a Mexican home is the kitchen because that’s where we create amazing dishes that will nourish our body and soul.

sea kayak in foamy water in front of rocks

Anatomy of a Sea Kayak

Embarking on a sea kayaking trip but don’t know your keel from your bow? Get ready to brush up on your sea kayak anatomy with our beginner-friendly guide. While some parts of a sit-in kayak are self-explanatory, other names require a little more explanation.

great blue heron eating seaweed and a fish

Birding & Sea Kayaking in British Columbia

While spotting humpback whales and orcas is the main focus of many of our sea kayaking trips in British Columbia, the region also boasts an exceptional birdlife. Gently paddling through the water without the noise of a boat engine allows you to get up close to a variety of species in their natural habitat and observe them going about their daily business.

two people overlooking turquoise water in Baja

13 Reasons to Visit Baja

With breathtakingly beautiful desert landscapes and sparkling waters teeming with marine life, Baja California Sur is one of our most popular destinations.

cedar rainforest in british columbia

How to get to Port McNeill, British Columbia

Getting to Port McNeill, British Columbia

Perched on the northern shores of Vancouver Island, Port McNeill is a small town that’s home to just over 2,600 people. During the summer months, these numbers swell with travelers passing through on adventure-based tours to explore the stunning landscapes of British Columbia. 

kayaking with orcas

Is It Safe to Kayak With Orcas in British Columbia?

Is It Safe to Kayak With Orcas in British Columbia?

The scientific name for orca whales, Orcinus orca, literally translates to “Demon of the Deep.” In English, they are most commonly known as killer whales. Both names suggest that they are dangerous animals, to be feared, and kept at a safe distance.