spout . . . breach . . . spyhop . . . dive . . . and lobtail! You
are whale watching off British Columbia's coast and these are typical
whale maneuvers. Waters in the Pacific Northwest are home to many
magnificent marine mammals. The most popular, of course, are the
whales, but there are many other marine animals found in this region
such as dolphins, porpoises, seals, sea lions and sea otters.
Whale Watching Companies: Tours & Charters
Eagle Wing Whale Watching: Guided Whale Watching Tours & Wildlife Viewing.Trip Advisor's top-rated whale-watching experience in Victoria since 2007. Killer whales, Grey, Minke and Humpback whales, seals, sea lions & porpoise. As industry leaders, they go the extra mile (or 50!) to give... more
Spirit of the West Adventures: We offer sea kayaking tours to the Johnstone Strait & the largest pods of killer whales on the BC coast – Desolation Sound, Quadra Island, & Campbell River - & guided excursions to explore ancient native villages. Set a course for a one of a kind wilderness... more
Watching Adventures in British Columbia
coastline of Canada's most western province, is a maze of straits,
sounds, and fjords, hundreds of islands and inlets. Scenery is
unsurpassed, as the blue ocean meets the green forests covering
the mountains, which reach for the sky. Because much of this coast
is uninhabited and accessible only by boat or floatplane . . .
it remains a pristine wilderness. The rich and nutrient filled
waters are home to a great variety of marine wildlife.