Pukaskwa National Park is the wildest freshwater coastline in the world, a 180-km stretch of roadless wilderness that’s changed little since the voyageurs plied these waters two centuries ago.
- Qualified Guide(s)
- All Meals and Snacks
- Group Safety and Communication Gear
- Group Camping Gear
- Park Fees
- Applicable Shuttles
Extra Trip Options
- Meal Adjustment (Contact us if you wish to bring your own meals.)
- Camping Gear Rentals
- Reduced rate for Pre & Post Trip Accommodations at Rock Island Lodge. Use code: TRIPGUEST
Pukaskwa National Park is the wildest freshwater coastline in the world, a 180-km stretch of road less wilderness that’s changed little since the voyageurs plied these waters two centuries ago. Expect solitude like you’ve never experienced before as we discover secret campsites and trackless beaches. Some of the journey’s landmarks speak to the impressions this coast made on the voyageurs: The bold headland at Pointe La Canadienne, the still waters of Bonamie Cove and the endless beaches of Oiseau Bay. If you listen hard on a still morning you can still hear the voyageurs’ chansons in the mist.
Pukaskwa was a favourite destination of Bill Mason, a legendary Canadian filmmaker, artist and environmentalist. In 2017 we were fortunate to travel with his daughter, Becky, who has carried on her father’s legacy of wilderness canoeing. Join us for stories, solitude and adventure on a wildly enchanting shore.