The Sea Caves in The Oven’s Natural Park are wonder to view from a sea kayak. After launching on a calm protected spit in the Oven’s Campground, we paddle to where the forest ends abruptly in the north Atlantic with a drop of 50 feet to the water. The caves have been dug out of the slate cliffs by the relentless ocean swells. The caves are wide and deep and, when the tide is right, loud booms and large water spouts are created. Add to this a history of gold mining and the area seems magical. A must for kayaking in Nova Scotia.
Tours available Tuesday and Saturday evenings – call to book.
Difficulty – Easy
Length – 2 hours
2 hours – $58
We supply the kayak, gear, water and as little or as much instruction as you want. All you need to bring is water friendly footwear, sun protection and a great attitude!
We accept cash, Visa and Master Card.
This is a video of us entering a cave on a very calm day. There was no swell so we could paddle right into one of the caves. This isn’t a normal day.