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Guest Photos and Videos

Each year our guides and guests share photos and videos of the fantastic time they have had on a Wildcoast Adventure. Check out our gallery below of some of the guest photos from past kayaking trips. Planning on sharing photos from your adventure on social media? Use our Facebook and Instagram tags @WildcoastAdventures and hashtags #wildcoastadventures and #kayakbritishcolumbia when you share your photos and when you would like to see what others have shared.

2019 Photo and Video Contest

Submit photos and videos to the 2019 contest to win $1000 credit toward a future Wildcoast Adventures Kayaking Trip!


  1. Complete the Online Form Below to send us your Photo or Video (maximum 2 entries per person (i.e. 2 photos or 1 photo & 1 video or 2 videos)
  2. Upload your photos and/or videos entered for the contest to your Facebook and/or Instagram account including tag @WildcoastAdventures
  3. All photos and videos must adhere to all government wildlife viewing guidelines. See more details here.


The contest begins on May 1, 2019, and closes on October 21, 2019. Winners will be announced on October 28, 2019.

Full contest details available HERE


Yes, Wildcoast can use my photo and/or video!

We appreciate being able to feature beautiful moments from our guests. Photos and videos submitted to Wildcoast may be used on our website as well as in social media and other promotional materials. Thank you for sharing your adventure with us!

Photos above are favourites from seasons past. To see contest submissions from our most recent season scroll down.

2018 Photo and Video WINNERS

This photo was taken by Scott T during a Desolation Sound Kayaking Expedition. Relaxing after a day of kayaking, the photo captures the beauty and serenity of the expansive wilderness. The reflection, light and colours were all captured perfectly to make this our 2018 contest winner.

Submitted by Ben K this video of Orcas in Johnstone Strait captures the excitement and jaw dropping experience of seeing whales from a kayak. In Ben’s own words: “On the last day of Orca camp my wife and I went out for a sunrise kayak with the group. We quickly spotted a pod of orcas right in front of the Wildcoast campsite that swam within 15 meters of our kayaks. It was an amazing experience that we will never forget.”

2018 Submissions