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Switch off your daily routine and jump into a world of living, laughter, and loving each breath in each moment. SUP, yoga, camp craft, fondue, wine, and laughter. Turn off your everyday worlds and connect with your local SUP instructors and masters of their domains. This is exclusive to women. The SUP retreat is the feature paddleboard experience of the year! Bring your personal items and leave the rest to Pender Island Kayak Adventures!
You will stay for two nights in Port Browning in Pender Island. You will stay in a group campsite where your guides will facilitate the setup and comfortability of your home for the weekend.
Your journey will begin by meeting at a special oceanfront group campsite where your guides will facilitate the setup and comfortability of your home for the weekend.
Tents, tarpology, and yummy local nutrition, followed by an afternoon of fun and learning about your SUP and safety gear provided by Pender Island Kayak Adventures.
This afternoon of adventure includes a Paddle Canada Advanced Flatwater SUP Skills certificate. Do not be nervous! It is geared for beginners and those wanting to brush up on their skills. And the focus is fun! An evening of fondue and fun will set the mood for a serene evening around a custom fire ring. Experience music, stories, laughter, and love.
The fun continues on Sunday with a full day of fun and adventure on your SUP, including an on water or secluded location for some local eats and treats. Be prepared for a special surprise to complement your journey on the Salish Sea!
This surf camp will take place on Pender Island, Canada. Pender Island is one of the Southern Gulf Islands on the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Pender Island lies between Vancouver (on the mainland) and Vancouver Island and is approximately 34 square kilometers (13 square miles) in area and is home to about 2,500 permanent residents, as well as a large seasonal population.
Pender Island enjoys a sub-Mediterranean climate and features open farmland, rolling forested hills, several lakes, and small mountains, as well as many beautiful coves and beaches. In fact, Pender has the most public-access beaches of all the Gulf Islands, which makes it a perfect place for sea kayaking.
Pender Island consists of two islands, North Pender and South Pender, which are separated by a narrow canal and connected by a one lane bridge. Most of the population and services reside on North Pender Island, with the highest concentration surrounding Magic Lake. South Pender Island is generally more rural, but offers some of the best vistas on the island.
Pender’s quality of life, warm Mediterranean climate, arts community, and leisure activities are what attract residents and visitors to the island life.