Kayak Adventure Tours in the South Pacific Since 1991
We offer 9 different multi-day tour packages in the Vava'u and Ha'apai island groups of Tonga for novice to experienced paddlers including camping and resort-based trips. The two island groups differ in many ways. Returning guests say they gain a different tour experience and a deeper appreciation of Tongan culture and tradition. We also offer day trips in Vava'u on demand.
If you've already visited Tonga, consider a 6-day, 8-day or 11-day trip in the tropical Yasawa Islands of Fiji as your kayak destination this time. Though the paddling and snorkelling experiences may be similar to those in Tonga, the Melanesian and Polynesian cultures have unique enchanting differences.
NEW in 2020/21 Bruny Island and Three Capes 4-day kayak tours in Tasmania, Australia where paddlers are mesmerised by towering dolerite cliffs, hidden sea caves, kelf forests, sheltered lagoons and beautiful long sandy beaches.
Journey with us on a South Pacific adventure and spend your evenings on deserted beaches beneath waving palms bathed by warm South Pacific breezes.
"To promote fun, safe adventure activities within an atmosphere of harmony and unity, specifically between the indigenous people, their natural environment and their guests."
Our growing company continues to provide a friendly, professional service to travellers seeking adventure and contact with different cultures in a pristine, tropical environment.
Guiding, instructing and organizing trips is only part of our job. We are also actively committed to protecting Tonga and Fiji's unique culture and pristine environments and to sharing these special aspects in a safe, responsible manner.
Reservations are advised, as we restrict group size to a maximum of twelve. We welcome participants of all ages and abilities, families, groups and any pre-trip questions.
Doug and Sharon Spence, Directors
Originally from Vancouver Island, Canada, the travel itch led Sharon and Doug to explore the South Pacific by sea kayak in 1989. Captivated by Tonga's natural beauty and friendly natives, the couple was inspired to establish a sea kayak business in situ. Together with their two Chinese adopted daughters, they spent the southern hemisphere winters in the tropical Kingdom and summers in New Zealand's South Island. They recently returned to their extended family in Victoria, British Columbia.
'Epeli and Valeti Lavaki, Directors
Natives of Vava'u, Tonga, 'Epeli and Valeti have been company shareholders since its inception in 1991. 'Epeli's charisma, sense of humour, and intimate knowledge of his homeland never fail to win his guests' hearts. Valeti manages the Company's Tonga office in her typically calm, reliable way, ever ready to assist.
Glenis Miller, Reservations Consultant
When Sharon's on tour, capable Glenis continues FIKCo's friendly customer service helping our guests fulfill their dreams of a kayak adventure in a tropical paradise.
Siaosi Taufa, Lead Guide
George grew up in a small outer island village in Vava'u where he learned diverse practical skills on both land and sea. His seamanship and local knowledge are great assets on our kayak tours.
Pouono Fonua, Assistant Guide
Pounu’s readiness to please and disarming smile are among his many attributes. Pou is a natural paddler, and has enormous potential to become a top lead guide.
Sione Lelei Finau, Assistant Guide
Our newest team member, Lelei’s high standard of English and quiet self-confidence enable him to share his local knowledge. Lelei's guests also appreciate his politeness and manners. His willingness to learn and enthusiasm for kayaking will carry him far in guiding.
26 May 1982 - 20 February 2018 Rest in Peace
Ofa was a stellar guide and man of integrity with many talents, in particular his contribution to Tonga's rugby and eco-tourism. Many from around the world will miss Ofa's friendly, cheerful manner and wit. Ofa atu.