A lady paddling a canoe at sunset.

We see ecotourism as a path to support sustainable practices and development. By sharing our love for the land, air, waters, and local cultures we hope to give visitors memorable experiences, and encourage a sense of wonder and stewardship for the natural world.

Through guided tours, lectures and presentations our local experts engage visitors with their passion for, and deep knowledge of life in the Georgian Bay Biosphere in all its seasons.

Profits from our tourism services are invested in community projects that align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS), and the long-term financial viability of the UNESCO designated Georgian Bay Mnidoo Gamii Biosphere.

Services Offered

Our services include:

  • Georgian Bay biosphere guide services for local tour operators
  • UNESCO guided walking tours
  • UNESCO Biosphere lecture/presentation
  • Anishinaabek canoe documentary film presentation
  • Guide Training: Introduction to ecology & culture in the Georgian Bay Biosphere    

Past Projects

Some examples of our team’s past work include:

Tour Guides for the Island Queen Cruise company

We provide an interpretive guiding service to the Island Queen Cruise company in Parry Sound, Ontario. The Huckleberry Island Eco-Tour is offered 3 times each week from May to September. Aboard the “Islander” – a 40-passenger tour boat.