Takaya Tours is committed to following COVID-19 Guidelines set out by the Province of BC. As of May 25th, 2021 the viaSport’s Return to Sport and Recreation Restart 2.0 plan allows up to 50 participants are allowed for adult outdoor sport activities with no spectators. As such, we will be re-introducing our Cultural Tours in our 35′ ocean going canoes as soon as possible. Tours will consist of predetermined cohorts and as much as possible we will adhere to physical distancing protocols between our guides and guests. As per the ongoing EPA mask mandate order, masks will be required inside our facilities and at all times outdoors when physical distancing cannot be maintained. Additional protocols such as the regular sanitization of equipment will continue. As restrictions change we will be adapting to requirements to do everything we can to keep our visitors safe and comfortable.
Thank you for your support and please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Huy ch q’u (Thank you)
Split Tours (Canoeing & Walking)
Experience interpretive paddles in replica ocean-going canoes, similar to those used by the TWN historically and listen to ancient knowledge and wisdom of traditional methods used for identifying and harvesting indigenous flora and fauna while guides from the Coast Salish Nation sing songs, tell legends and point out ancient village sites.
At the core of the business are guided, interpretive paddles in replica ocean-going canoes, similar to those used by the TWN historically. Guests gently paddle in the protected waters of the Burrard Inlet and beautiful Indian Arm while guides from the Coast Salish Nation sing songs, tell legends and point out ancient village sites.