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Traditional West Coast Canoe Tour

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Takaya Tours

  • Locations

    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

  • Activities

    Adventure, Canoeing, Eco Tour, Nature

  • Price
    $65 USD per person
  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Tours operate in spring, summer and fall

  • Starting Location

    To be confirmed upon booking

  • Price Includes

    First Nations guide, salmon feast, canoe tour and cultural drumming experience


  • Hear legends, songs, and stories and create memories that will last a lifetime
  • Experience traditional songs, stories and drumming with First Nation guides
  • Share a unique cultural experience with your group as you tour the waters of Burrard Inlet and Indian Arm
  • Enjoy a traditionally prepared grilled salmon after your canoe or kayak experience


Trip Info

Tour the calm and scenic waters of Indian Arm by canoe or kayak and experience the culture, tradition and history of the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation. Take a step back in time on a 25-foot traditional-style canoe and explore the rich marine coastlines of Indian Arm as you listen to age-old legends, songs and stories.

Your adventure awaits!

Takaya Tours

Takaya Tours is a First Nation-owned eco-tourism venture based in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. It has been in operation since 1999 and at the core of its business are guided interpretive paddles in replica ocean-going canoes or sea kayaks. Guests paddle in the protected waters of the Burrard Inlet and Indian Arm while guides from the Coast Salish Nation sing songs, tell legends and point out ancient village sites. Tours have been specifically designed for people of all ages and fitness levels.

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