Discover the best top things to do in Telegraph Cove, British Columbia including Stubbs Island Whale Watching, North Island Kayak, Tide Rip Grizzly Tours, Discovery Expeditions, Prince of Whales Whale Watching, At the Waters Edge Adventures, Blinkhorn Trail, Grey Ghost Fishing and Adventure Tours.
5.0 based on 814 reviews
Closed in January 2019 British Columbia’s first whale watching company was established in 1980. Orca (killer whales) and many other marine mammals frequent the Johnstone Strait and Robson Bight area. Telegraph Cove is located on Northern Vancouver Island.We invite you to join us for an exciting sea adventure from Telegraph Cove, the Whale Watching Capital of British Columbia! You’ll love our island, the magnificent mammals, the rare bird species you’ll see, and the friendly people you’ll meet. Depending on the time of year in British Columbia, you may see, Humpback whales, Dall’s or Harbour porpoises, Minke Whales, Pacific White-sided dolphins, Harbour seals, Stellar sea lions, bears, various birds and of course our famous Orca (killer whales).
5.0 based on 971 reviews
Kayaking tours with the Orcas, Humpback Whales and other wildlife direct from Telegraph Cove. We offer the very best in all inclusive, guided kayak tours from 2 hours to 8 days with a focus on unobtrusive wildlife observation and fun kayaking for all. Separate family and adult adventures, great base camps and exceptional nomadic expeditions. Over 250 killer whales, an ever increasing number of Humpback Whales and a plethora of other animals are at home each summer in our backyard of Johnstone Strait, Robson Bight and the Broughton Archipelago. North Island Kayak is the only kayak tour or rental company located in Telegraph Cove. We have multiple tours on the water every day to serve you better. We are the local option with the local knowledge. Come experience the difference.
5.0 based on 822 reviews
Tide Rip Grizzly Tours Ltd. is a small independent company located in Telegraph Cove on Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. For over 15 years, Tide Rip has been leading daily boat-based expeditions to view and photograph the wild grizzly bears and other spectacular wildlife native to coastal British Columbia. We subscribe to the philosophy: 'conservation through coexistence' and endeavour to promote that through outreach education programs and presentations, fundraising projects, and sponsoring conservation NGOs, in addition to our daily grizzly bear tours.
5.0 based on 66 reviews
Pre-booking is required. Multi-Day Trips are available in six options: Trips start with a custom day trip and an overnight experience. Our multi-day trips for families are three days long. Our best trip is our 4 day/3 night Orca Explorer Trip...Glamping camp on a secluded island...book early on this one. Our multi-day trips round out with a choice or two 6 day/5 night trips through the Broughton Archipelago. We maintain family and group rates. Departures are available from Telegraph Cove or Port McNeill. We believe in under promising and over delivering.
5.0 based on 149 reviews
With locations in Victoria, Vancouver, and Telegraph Cove, Prince of Whales Whale & Marine Wildlife Adventures is a family-owned and operated eco-tourism operator that aims to educate, inspire, and provide access to a world that the average person knows little about. We share stories of the ocean along with its varying waterscapes and diversity of animals in a way that entertains, educates...
5.0 based on 41 reviews
AWE Adventures offers multi-day kayaking tours and kayak rentals for Johnstone Strait, Blackfish Sound, and the Broughton Archipelago from our base in Telegraph Cove, BC. Northern Vancouver Island is one of the best places on earth for kayaking with whales. Our expedition-grade kayaking gear is the best in the business, so your paddling experience will be superior. Self-guided tours available.
4.0 based on 37 reviews
We hiked up to the look-out. A strenuous hike, uphill most of the way, but worth it at the end. Don't stop at the top, go a little further until you get to the bench where you can see the view with no trees. In August it was still wet and slippery and lots of roots to twist ankles, hiking boots suggested, very muddy.
5.0 based on 29 reviews
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