Sunshine Coast

Adventures by the Sea
From sandy beaches to coastal rainforest, float plane tours to artist studios, kayaking to hiking – the Sunshine Coast is the perfect escape from the city.
Sunshine Coast

Featured Trips

Sunshine Coast

Highlights of the Region

Self-Guided Tours

How it Works

Our Sunshine Coast tours are self-guided, meaning you travel in your own vehicle and we provide a planned itinerary based on your interests.

We arrange all the logistics, including booking your accommodation and day-tours, and provide a detailed itinerary with optional stops and activities for you to explore at your own pace.

The weather on the Sunshine Coast is moderate year-round, with July and August the warmest months. May/June and Sept/Oct are generally quieter months for travel in BC.

Pick Your Dates

Tours are available from May to October, based on availability. Choose a few dates that work best for you, and reach out to us with your preferences.

Choose Your Level of Luxury

We offer two itineraries as a starting point which feature different activity levels and style of accommodation. Sunshine Coast Explorer includes a B&B and resort stays, and Unwind & Dine is based at a luxury waterfront guesthouse.

Talk to Our Team

Give us a call (778-400-5299) or reach out via our enquiry form and we will be in touch in 1-2 days. We’ll find out more about your interests and goals for the trip, confirm your preferred dates with our availability, and finalize all the logistics from there.

Depart on Your Adventure

The fun begins now. We provide a detailed itinerary and booking confirmations, so you can set off on your trip with ease. Our team is available for remote support for the duration of your tour as needed.

Guest Experience Specialist

Emma McLachlan

As a recent graduate with a Bachelors in Tourism Development, Emma has used her education and career opportunities to explore Canada, from coast to coast. Her previous experience in hotels, adventure guiding and travel consulting has relocated her to Lake Louise, Whistler, Montreal, Banff and Toronto.

Her exploration of the west coast ignited her love for adventure tourism, but also opened her eyes to the communities marginalized at the hands of the tourism industry. This flourished her passion for creating a more thoughtful relationship amongst tourism suppliers, local communities and tourists. With Mosaic Earth Travel, Emma is connecting her passions in regenerative tourism and travel.

Originally from Ontario, Emma’s various relocations exposed her to her favourite activities; including back-country camping and hiking, rollerblading, snowboarding, rock climbing and dreaming of her next adventure. Emma is based in Montreal, QC.

Photographer & Guide

Josh McGarel

An avid photographer for over twelve years, Josh has gained experience with local and international businesses, world-renowned athletes, and individuals to build professional content and brand presence across a variety of platforms.

He has worked on assignment for an expedition cruise operator as Photographer in Residence along the East Coast of Canada, South Georgia, and Antarctica. Here, Josh connected with his love of travel as he documented daily excursions, wildlife, and life onboard, and shared his knowledge of photography through presentations and workshops for passengers.

Hailing from the United Kingdom, Josh has lived in BC since 2014. He spends his time exploring the area by mountain bike and dreaming up crazy photo projects with friends.
Founder & Lead Guide

Pam McGarel

With a Masters of Science in International Development and Sustainable Tourism, Pam has dedicated her career to harnessing the power of travel to support the wellbeing of our planet and its people. She is an experienced guide, planner and project manager with a knack for logistics.

Prior to launching Mosaic Earth, Pam worked in sustainable tourism consulting where she helped develop a globally-recognized certification program for tourism businesses and destinations.

She has experience in public-private partnerships with a polar expedition cruise operator where she built relationships with world-leading field scientists, conservationists, and educators to facilitate their projects alongside the traveller experience. Pam is a member of the Adventure Travel Trade Association and Women Travel Leaders, and loves to connect with values-driven tourism professionals.

Originally from Ontario, Pam moved to BC in 2016 seeking outdoor adventure, with favourite activities including hiking, sea kayaking, snowboarding, and road trips around this beautiful province.