Unwind and Dine

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Duration

4 days

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$2,795.00

Overview

Indulge in a weekend of wellness on the Sunshine Coast with this 4-day self-guided tour. Based at a luxury oceanfront guesthouse in Halfmoon Bay, enjoy on-site massage services, morning yoga, unique West Coast- inspired dining, and plenty of time to relax on the beach or explore the many eclectic towns.

Highlights

  • Unwind and embrace the coast in style, relaxing at a beautiful oceanfront guesthouse featuring expansive deck, hot tubs and fire pit, and a private dock.
  • Start your day with a rejuvenating massage followed by a yoga session by the ocean.
  • Embark on a scenic float plane tour over glacial carved fjords to the renowned West Coast Wilderness Lodge for a 3-course chef’s tasting menu.
  • Enjoy a day of hiking along the coast or kayaking the Sechelt Inlet, or simply relax with a good book on one of the many beaches .
  • Get behind-the-scenes with an optional artist studio tour. With over 1000 studios in the region, the Sunshine Coast boasts the highest percentage of working artists in Canada.
  • Spend an afternoon strolling the charming seaside towns of Sechelt and Gibsons, visiting the many eclectic shops, art galleries, breweries, and cafes.
  • Enjoy evenings of fresh local seafood and west coast cuisine, including a private catered dinner at the guesthouse, or pull up a seat at one of the many local breweries in town.

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Quick Facts

Min Group Size

2

Max Group Size

6

Activity Level

Accommodation

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Day by Day Itinerary

Take the scenic ferry ride from Horseshoe Bay (West Vancouver) to Langdale (Sunshine Coast) (~40 minutes) | Lunch and free time to explore Gibsons | | Leisurely drive north to Halfmoon Bay | Private catered dinner at guesthouse | Overnight in Halfmoon Bay.
Accommodation: Guesthouse | Meals included: Dinner.
Rejuvenation massage at the guesthouse | Private yoga class | Relax on the beach, hike the forest trails, or kayak or SUP | Optional Forest Bathing, guided art gallery or Indigenous cultural tours | Dinner at local restaurant | Overnight in Halfmoon Bay.
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Coastal drive to Madeira Park | Light hike in Smuggler Cove Marine Park | Lunch in Secret Cove | Enjoy seaside towns, galleries and parks | Floatplane to West Coast Wilderness Lodge for 3-course tasting menu | Overnight in Halfmoon Bay.
Accommodation: Guesthouse | Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner.
Leisurely morning with massage and optional yoga | Lunch and free time in Gibsons | Return to Vancouver via ferry.
Meals included: Breakfast.

Included/Excluded

  • All accommodation for 3 nights at a luxury oceanfront guesthouse in Halfmoon Bay.
  • ​3 breakfasts and 2 dinners.
  • Two massages per person, private morning yoga, 'Fly-and-Dine' to the West Coast Wilderness Lodge, and private catered dinner at the guesthouse.​
  • Round-trip ferry booking from Vancouver (Horseshoe Bay) to Gibsons.
  • Custom itinerary design, local recommendations, and remote support during your trip.
  • Additional meals not listed
  • Vehicle rental/usage and fuel
  • Flights to/from and within British Columbia
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuities

Dates & Rates

Self-Guided Tours are available for groups of two or more people, based on availability.

Itineraries are fully customizable based on your group’s interests and budget. Contact us to start planning!

We also offer guided tours on the North Island, West Chilcotin region, and Yukon Territory.

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Tour Rates:

Starting from (per person)

$2,795.00

Based on double occupancy. Single supplement applicable. All prices are in Canadian dollars and subject to GST tax (5%).

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Guide

Sarah Hain

Based on Vancouver Island, Sarah holds a BA in International Development and an MA in Sustainable Leisure Management. Sarah is passionate about elevating responsible tourism practices that benefit both visitors and residents alike while protecting the fragile environment of the places we love to explore. Sarah has experience guiding in Central America where she led multi-day trips up volcanoes and through the remote foothills of Guatemala. She has since partnered with several non-profit tourism organizations in Guatemala, Belize, Canada, and the US to provide transformative experiences for travellers and empower local communities.

When not working, you can find her skiing, fishing, caring for her chickens, and volunteering her time to restore and protect salmon habitats.

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.