August 26, 2014
Experiential tourism is on the rise in Nova Scotia, and for good reason: we’re a compact province that can combine backcountry wilderness with coastal freshness topped off with a unique culinary adventure. Vernon Oickle has put together a great article highlighting a re-invigoration of Nova Scotia tourism. You can read the article here.
August 16, 2014
Rosie Millard and her son Lucien stayed at the Yurt just down from our Keji Outfitters location. We were delighted to provide them with a fully catered experience which included sleeping bags, mattresses, a stove and many other items as well as their breakfast items for them to cook over the fire. We had the pleasure to take them on a guided paddle with a tapas style picnic tucked away on a secluded point of land on Kejimkujik Lake. Read her article here:
July 15, 2013
The Jacob family visited us earlier this summer for some paddling adventures. They’re family includes a mom and a dad with two small adventurous children and their goal is to show how easy it is to travel and have adventure as a family. For more info, please follow this link.
June 1, 2013
Gillian and Drew paid us a visit early in our inaugural season. We were more than delighted to have their company and are looking forward to having them swing by again. Here’s a great video the produced highlighting The Wilder restaurant, Keji oTENTiks, and us, Whynot Adventure!
Published on August 21, 2013
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