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Meares Island Canoe Tour

Explore the big tree trail with a first nations guide perspective

We Are Planning Our 2020 Tour Schedule

We are working out our times and tours for next year, and we'll be updating all our tour information soon. Until then, online booking isn't available but please feel free to Contact Us and let us know if you'd like to take a tour with us next year.

Coastal Canoe Tour

A cultural canoe tour with a Nuu-chah-nulth perspective.

Cultural Walk on Tonquin Trail

Alternative tour for when we can't canoe

Interpretation From A Nuu-Chah-Nulth Perspective

T'ashii Paddle School is a unique ecotourism company that provides cultural tours and education based on Nuuchahnulth teachings and values. Part of our calling is to increase the understanding of indigenous history, including local impacts of colonization. Guides may share about contemporary struggles and successes in our communities also. At T'ashii we have been particularly lucky to work with several indigenous youths and to help develop their leadership skills through the training and work process. We hope that you find value and beauty here, in our homelands and with the sharing of our guides.

Meet Our Guides

Spring in Nuuchahnulth Territories

The salmonberry flower is an indigenous flower of Nuuchahnulth people's homelands. It is the first bloomer of the spring and always such a delight to see. When you see this flower, you know the hummingbirds are heading north on their journeys, an

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