4.5 hours of kayaking plus whale watching.
Whale watch on route to the Pacific Rim National Park. A thrilling ride by cruiser boat that easily carries all the equipment, kayaks and people.
Kayak with your guide through quiet coves and tiny islands, discover the intertidal splendor and abundant wildlife. Relax on a white sandy beach for a gourmet picnic lunch.
Each spring the entire North American population of Pacific Grey Whales migrate along the west coast of Vancouver Island, B.C.
An estimated 22,000 grey whales make the journey from Mexican Baja Peninsula along the west coast to their summer feeding grounds in the Bering and Chukchi Seas near the Arctic.
Travelling close to the shoreline, the whales provide excellent viewing opportunities from the rocky headlands along the coast between Ucluelet and Tofino.
Join Captain Gary for a 3 hour tour Whale Watching Tour, exploring Barkley Sound and the Broken Group Islands.
On the 3 hour adventure we frequently see grey and humpback whales, and occasionally transient orca whales. On this whale watching trip, we will take time for wildlife viewing as well, to show you the seals, sea lions, eagles, black bears, and sea otters in the stunning clear waters near Ucluelet, BC on Vancouver Island.
Custom trips; hauling kayaks and equipment to the Broken Group Islands or any destination in Barkley Sound. $90.00 per person plus 5% tax, one way to the Broken Group Islands.
Minimum 4 people per load, maximum 12 people per load. Quotes can be given for other destinations. Advance reservations are required so please call us anytime to schedule a pick up or drop off 1-800-889-7644. Departures from 1167 Helen Road in Ucluelet.