Who we are
Jenefer and Reuben are the owners of Wild Waterways Adventures (WWA). A pair of passionate, enthusiastic and experienced guides, born and raised on the coast of beautiful British Columbia in Canada. Jen created and launched WWA in pursuit of creating a life where she could share her dreams, passions and life’s adventures with people from all over the world. When a fundamental connection with nature can bring so much joy and wisdom it needs to be shared with the collective!
What to expect on adventures with WWA
Storytelling and education as ambassadors and stewards for Nature is our passion. We are your guides, however Mother Nature speaks for herself.
WWA offers a diverse array of adventures that are nothing short of exhilarating, healing and rejuvenating. When booking with us you will explore vast populations of wildlife thriving in the infamous tidal rapids of the islands and fjords of the Coast Mountains. You will have the chance to immerse in Coastal Temperate Rainforest’s teeming with consciousness, where we learn about Earthing and the benefits of Forest Bathing. Want to Kayak, Stand up Paddle, or Fish? We will make it happen! We will work with you to customize any private adventure we offer. WWA truly has something for everyone! When you choose WWA, rest assure you are supporting a conscious and eco-friendly business.
The Discovery Islands are known by mariners all over the coast for the infamous tidal rapids. On flood tides a natural phenomenon ensues with resident marine mammals and raptors that live their lives subject to flood tides. This unique habitat is nothing short of extraordinary. We travel through the Humpback Whales’ summer/fall sanctuary filled with Orca Whales, Pacific white-sided dolphins, Dalls Porpoise, Stellar Sealions, Harbour Seals, Bears, Bald Eagles and Marine Birds at every turn. Every trip is different with a vast array of wildlife migrations that follow the cyclical change of each season, and the daily ebb and flood of the tides.
Note: Rapids are subject to flood tides (incoming tides), therefore we do not see tidal rapids on every tour.