Three Day Orca Safari

Three Day Orca Safari from North Island Kayak

By: North Island Kayak  13-12-2010
Keywords: Adventure Tours, Killer Whale, ocean kayaking

The tour enables you to spend three spectacular days paddling in the Realm of the Orca or Killer Whale and the wilderness area of Johnstone Strait between Telegraph Cove and Robson Bight, with opportunities to either cross the Strait for a hike, or to explore the boundaries of Robson Bight on the search for some of the 200 Northern Resident Orca. Wildlife encounters on this tour abound as we spend two nights camping at a remote beach, known to be a favourite feeding area of the Northern Resident Orca population. The North Island is probably the only remaining area that this type of adventure is still accessible.

The Three Day Orca Safari is very popular among those for whom wilderness camping may be a new experience, kayaking may be a new activity or as an opportunity to introduce the family to new horizons.

This tour is a favourite for everyone who wants to encounter our beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife in a physically low impact, non-polluting and natural manner.

It is an ideal tour for those who are passing through the North Island as it provides a marvellous way to get out, away from civilization and experience the true majesty of British Columbia while encountering our spectacular wildlife.

Not sure if it for you? The Orca Three Day Safari is accessible to you even if you have never sat in a kayak before; have never spent a night in a tent; if you are alone or with friends or family; whatever your situation, if you have three days to spend we can provide you an experience you will likely never forget!

Escape the motel for a couple of nights and spend them under the stars on a remote beach while you listen for the sound of a whale blowing in the distance.

With tours departing every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, you can be sure we have an Orca Three Day Safari that suits your schedule.

Keywords: Adventure Tours, Killer Whale, ocean kayaking, Sea Kayak Tours

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