Kingfisher offers four to fifteen day kayak tours to numerous British Columba kayaking destinations. Check out the below destinations to begin your adventure.

Johnstone Strait and the Broughton Archipelago are world renowned for protected kayaking routes with some of the best wildlife viewing imaginable. This area is recognized as one of the most predictable places in the world to see both both killer whales and humpback whales, also called orcas, and Kingfisher offers both base camp and expedition style kayak tours ranging from four to six days for the adventurous traveller. No previous kayaking experience is necessary.

Nuchatlitz Inlet and Nootka Island are on the wild west coast of Vancouver Island. Here we visit Nuchatlitz Provincial Marine Park – a spectacular group of small islets, soft sand beaches, open ocean views, and amazing wildlife. Nuchatlitz is one of the few places in Canada where we can reliably view sea otters. After being hunted almost to extinction in the last century, their population is steadily growing, and now in Nuchatlitz we can view large rafts of these playful creatures.

Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) is a spectacular for the adventurous traveller. From remote wilderness travel, fantastic wildlife, and a rich First Nations heritage, this area encompasses it all. If you are looking for a true wilderness experience that has you travelling through a rich and diverse ecosystem along with rich Haida culture, then these are the trips for you!

The Great Bear Rainforest and surrounding ocean are intricately entwined to form a rich and diverse ecosystem. The rainforest is home to a wide variety of wildlife including ravens, bald eagles, sandhill cranes, wolves, deer, and bears. The sea is home to salmon, orcas, humpback whales, seals, sea lions, dolphins and porpoises. We view a wide variety of wildlife as we kayak and if we are extremely lucky we may catch a glimpse of a rare Kermode or spirit bear.

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