Redeem your Gift Certificate in 5 Easy Steps Step 1. Find your Gift Certificate Number You will receive an email to notify you that you have received a Gift Certificate. The email will let you know who the certificate is from and what it is for (specific tour or dollar amount). The code you need is at the top of the email. See the photo below. The code is circled in red. Step 2. Go to Sailsuperior.com and
The Superior Rocket cruising along the towering cliffs of the Sleeping Giant Provincial Park The Superior Rocket Experience! For those of you who prefer to go VERY fast and too see more of the Lake Superior scenery, this is for you. There are endless options available for those who want to explore the landscape surrounding Thunder Bay. With Sail Superior you can hike the Giant! cruise out to the historical Porphyry Island Lighthouse, or tour up
Choose from our many Sailing and Rocket Tours Spend your Father’s Day on the water Treat your Significant Other to a Wine and Cheese Tour Hike to the top of the Sleeping Giant Cruise up the Kaministiqua River Big Lake Tour Sailing Harbour Tour Superior Rocket Tours! New! Treat the man in your life to a thrilling day out on the water! Spend the day exploring the Historical Harbour Front and the shoreline of the Kaministiqua
Sail Superior Sailing and Zodiac Tours! Bring your pet along for a boat ride and hike on some of the most remote Islands on Lake Superior. Share the experience with your best friend! Visit The Thunder Cape Bird Conservatory! Take a Sailboat or a Zodiac Rocket ride to the Thunder Cape Bird Constervatory. Hike 6.5 km from Tee Harbor to the Conservatory at the feet of the Giant. Enjoy the view from
Are you an avid birder? Do you have a keen interest in nature and science? Do you want to learn? The Thunder Cape Bird Observatory is a great place to visit! Visiting The Thunder Cape Bird Observatory Located at the tip of the Sleeping Giant, the Thunder Cape Bird Observatory has served as a bird monitoring station since 1991. The Sibley Peninsula (Sleeping Giant) is bounded by the highest cliffs in Ontario. These cliffs create a natural migration trap.