Kayaking with Whales in British Columbia


Outstanding wilderness adventure - Whale watching cruise - Island and inlet exploration by kayak - Orca encounters - Permanent base camp

Outline Itinerary

1. Meet you travel companion in Port McNeill and depart on a whale watching cruise in Johnstone Strait. Afternoon water taxi to Base Camp
2. Kayaking activities
3. Kayaking activities
4. Return to Port McNeill


From £780 per person

Departure Dates

Fixed departure dates, please contact us for availability

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Gently gliding along in your kayak, scanning the water surface for those all important tell tale signs of an orca pod, is a truly exhilarating experience. Under expert instructions, yours guides will help you seek out these majestic marauders with maybe a chance sighting of a black bear and some sealions along the way too.

Your explorations will not be limited to the water alone. The base camp lies in a protected bay where you can discover some of the many walking trails, the beaches for tide-pooling or spend some time at the fishing hole. In the evenings, reflect on the days adventures around the campfire, learn about the mythology and ecology of the beautiful orca and dine on wholesome West Coast favourites cooked over a wood flame.

Also included in this trip is a 4-5 hour whale watching cruise from Telegraph Cove which in addition to orcas also offers opportunities to view humpback whales, minke whales, Pacific white sided dolphins, Dall's porpoises, harbour seals and Stellar sea lions.

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