Paddle the breathtaking scenery and wildlife rich waters of this remote archipelago.
Explore hundreds of small islands and view Orca, Humpback, Minke whales, sea lions, bears, bald eagles and much more! Return to our private floating lodge each evening for a gourmet meal.
A perfect mix of wildlife and scenery!
The Broughton Archipelago is a remote wilderness area between North Vancouver Island and the British Columbia mainland. It is a wild place on the edge of the Pacific Ocean. The area is known for its hundreds of small islands, weathered old growth trees and abundance of wildlife. These waters are home to the largest resident orca population in the world, as well as Gray, Humpback and Minke whales. Add to that Pacific White Sided dolphins, porpoise, sea lions, eagles, sea birds, Black and Grizzly bears and you have the recipe for a wildlife lover’s dream destination.
This mother ship tour includes a 42 ft assist vessel for the full 4 days.
Each morning we cruise to a new destination and launch our kayaks in the most scenic and wildlife rich areas of the archipelago. The mother ship allows us to choose the finest paddle locations and brings us further into the wilderness than any other tour operator. Don’t forget your camera as photo opportunities abound.
After each day on the water we return to our floating lodge for a hot shower and fresh local cuisine served with wine. There is also opportunity to walk the local beaches, hike to a nearby fresh water lake, or kick back with a cold drink and watch the sunset over the islands. The maximum number of guest is limited to 5, with one certified sea kayak guide leading the tour. An onshore safety briefing is included.