Superior Destinations

Paddle the World's Largest Freshwater Inland Sea

Naturally Superior Adventures’ Destinations Superior are designed for capable intermediate to advanced paddlers with some wilderness camping experience. We paddle almost the entire Canadian Lake Superior coastline. Enjoy a 10% total discount when doing trips back to back in the same season.

Our trips are fully guided by skilled and knowledgeable guides and include safety gear (expedition first aid kit, VHF radio, signaling devices), group camping gear (tarp, group sanitation, water filtration, maps), park fees and applicable vehicle and tug boat shuttles.

With Destinations Superior trips, you choose between packing and preparing your own meals on trip or take advantage of hearty meals prepared by your guide(s). Participants typically provide their own expedition suitable sea kayak and tent although there are readily available as trip rentals.

You are responsible for the rest; food, cooking equipment, eatlery, expedition kayak, tent, sleeping bag and mat plus personal gear.

Guide guest ratio is 1:6 and for intimacy, and minimal environmental impact, group sizes typically range from 2 – 7 guests. We practice low impact camping.

Lead guides are certified with Wilderness Advanced first aid (min 40 hrs) and are equipped with an expedition first aid kit, signal and communication systems. They have completed our own Great Lakes Sea Kayak Guide course, Paddle Canada skills and instructor certifications. Our Guides know the route and are versed in the local heritage and environment, species, biological systems and stories specific to each route.

Sea Kayak Pukaskwa Wilderness Coast

Sea Kayak Pukaskwa Wilderness Coast

The Pukaskwa Coastal sea kayak trip is a quintessential Canadian paddling route that remains as pristine today as it was when it inspired us to start Naturally Superior Adventures in 1994.
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Battle Island Lighthouse

Sea Kayak the Sibley Peninsula to Rossport

This Sibley Peninsula sea kayak trip traces one of Lake Superior's most remote sections from the Silver Islet area along the outer islands ending at the quaint community of Rossport, Ontario.
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sea kayak weekend getaways

Sea Kayak Rossport to Pukaskwa

The sea kayak route on Lake Superior's north shore from Rossport to Pukaskwa National Park is an infrequently visited gem of island-to-island paddling, open coastline and quiet bays and coves.
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Michipicoten Island

Michipicoten Island

Michipicoten Island, the mysterious "floating Island", is one of Lake Superior's largest yet most remote and inaccessible islands.
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