“A must do for anyone traveling the Inside Passage.”
See through the eyes of a primitive survivalist…
Grocery shop in nature’s supermarket. Discover the edible life of the rocky seashore and harvest native plants for food and medicine in traditional cedar-bark baskets. Listen to local legends and survival stories while witnessing the ancient art of fire-by-friction and see how the primitive tools and Native crafts of the Pacific Northwest were made and used.
Enjoy a gourmet wild lunch cooked on an open fire during this exclusive wilderness picnic. You won’t believe it could taste so good! Sit back and relax on top of an ancient midden, at the base of a forgotten steam donkey, on a white-shell beach with wildflowers or at the fire-pit of an actual survival camp. The possibilities are endless for those who know where to find the treasures of the forest.
Journey to the world of the raincoast naturalist…
Tour rarely visited islets, hidden waterfalls, unknown pictographs, and little known historical sites. Explore the spectacular wonders inhabiting colorful tide pools, track your favorite animals, view nest sites, eavesdrop on whales and dolphins with a hydrophone, and watch the incredible return of salmon from mossy riverbanks. The “National Geographic” experiences are endless. We aim to make your wilderness dreams come true.
“Very few mini adventures could impart the fondness and knowledge of Native culture, survival skills, and plant life Nikki displayed. The visit to Cedar Island turned a picnic into a mystical afternoon and has kindled a greater curiosity of the area. We had a life experience spending a few afternoons with Nikki.”