Classic Outfitting Package

Location

Whynot Adventure

1507 Main Park Way

Kejimkujik National Park

B0T1B0

Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley

Dates

May 16th, 2014 to October 13th, 2014

Description

Classic… You know what you want and you know where to get it. This is a pared down ‘no-frills’ backcountry outfitting package designed to get you in the wilderness without being bogged down by the luxuries of glamping. This package harks back to the olden times when woodsmen and voyageurs roved the wilderness with only the basics, before expletives like ‘ultralight’ and ‘featherweight’ were part of the camping vernacular.

Let us take care of your park entry fees, permits and campsite registration. We’ve put together a rockin’ good backcountry menu that highlights a mix of fresh local food coupled with dehydrated meals designed by the experts. Simplicity is the goal, and you’ll score good with this option. With this outfitting package you won’t have to lift a finger pre-trip. Just pack your clothing, a toothbrush and your credit card!

Arrive at Jake’s Landing with your toothbrush, credit card and personal gear and you’ll find all your equipment plus food ready to go! We’ll make sure nothing is overlooked, and we’ll even help you with the final stages of packing. You won’t have to stress a minute as we pay attention to every detail with this package.

For more information and to book this package please click here http://whynotadventure.ca/tour/classic/

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Detailed Information

Coupon: P10027
Conditions: This package price is based on two participants, with minimum booking of two days (one overnight). This package must be booked at a minimum of 2-weeks (14-days) in advance of departure date. The package cost is $80 plus HST ($92) per participant per day. A 25% non-refundable deposit ($40) per person must be paid at the time of booking to hold reservation.
Admission: This package harks back to the olden times when woodsmen and voyageurs roved the wilderness with only the basics, before expletives like ‘ultralight’ and ‘featherweight’ were part of the camping vernacular.