Wilderness Survival Teambuild

Full day (5-7 hours) year-round for groups of 8-50 people.

From $75 per person

Your team will join our guides, who are trained in wilderness survival and wilderness and remote first aid, for a day of wilderness survival with some team building twists. With limited supplies, the group will be required to set up and maintain camp, health and happiness for the entire day.  Some refer to this experience as a "LOST" adventure.  This event not only strengthens bonds and teamwork but leaves participants with useful knowledge and skills should they ever become lost in the wild. Many of our guides are local paramedics or search and rescue members.

The Halifax Georace

Up to 3.5 hours for groups of 20-200 people.

From $55 per person

A fast-paced and fun GPS and task-driven scavenger hunt in Halifax's down-town core or local park.  It's a great introduction to the city and an activity where teamwork is essential.  Perfect for visiting conferences or local companies looking for an active team building event.

The Toronto Georace

Up to 3.5 hours for groups of 40-200 people.

From $75 per person

A fast-paced and fun GPS and task-driven scavenger hunt in Toronto's down-town core or local park such as Ward's Island, High Park or The Brickworks Park.  It's a great introduction to the city and an activity where teamwork is essential.  Perfect for visiting conferences or local companies looking for an active team building event.

Sea Kayak Tour with Lobster Lunch on McNab's Island

3.5 hours, 6-12 people.

From $125 per person

Let us take your group on an adventure that should be on everyone's "to-do" list. Our Paddle Canada certified guides will provide instruction, equipment and lead your group through Fisherman's Cove to McNab's Island where they'll prepare a delicious lobster lunch and a guided tour of Fort McNab National Historic Site.

Group Coastal Hiking Tours

1/2 or full day (2-7 hours) year round for groups of 8-100 people.

From $35 per person

Let our guides lead your group safely along the best parts of Nova Scotia's rugged and scenic coastline. We'll provide pre-trip preparation info, interpretation, snacks or lunch, even coffee and chocolate fondue for dessert.  Trails include: Cape Split, Cape Blomidon, Peggy's Cove Preservation Area, Georges Island (With special permission), Duncan's Cove, Terrence Bay Nature Reserve, Taylor Head Park, Keji seaside adjunct,  Five Islands Park, Cape Chigencto and Sable Island National Park Reserve.  Have a trail in mind? Let us know and we'll see if it's doable. All Kattuk guides have a Wilderness and Remote First Aid certificate or better (Some are paramedics) and are well versed or university trained in ecology, geology and history. 

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"Kattuk Expeditions provides stellar outdoor experiences in Nova Scotia. They are fun and entertaining and get you exploring Halifax, public parks and preservation areas in new ways. You must try the geo-cache activity for your group. It's always tons of fun and a great team building exercise!"

                                      - Claudia Habib, Downeast Destination  Management 2016

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Kattuk Expeditions is a happy group of outdoor professionals who take pride and joy in showing others the best in nature Eastern Canada has to offer.

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