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Few camping experiences can match the beauty of this sea kayaking adventure in Johnstone Strait. Search for orcas and humpbacks and enjoy a grizzly bear viewing excursion.
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One night hotel accommodation, three nights camping, meals as indicated, transportation as specified and guided whale and grizzly bear viewing.
Fridays, 03 Jul - 11 Sep '20
Orca Waters Base Camp is in an ideal location for whale watching and your kayak guides plan each day according to weather conditions, wildlife viewing opportunities and guest interests. Enjoy a boat ride up Knight Inlet where grizzly bears congregate among the shoreline.
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Kayaking with wildlife
Grizzly bear viewing
Ideal location for whale watching
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Join a pre departure meeting this evening to get an overview of the days ahead.
A water taxi will take you to Orca Waters Base Camp where you will spend the afternoon kayaking and observing the area’s diverse wildlife. (L)(D)
The base camp is located on killer whale travel routes and humpback whales often feed within sight of the camp. The islands and small islets close to the camp are home to sea birds, bald eagles and seals. Your kayak guides plan each day according to weather conditions, wildlife viewing opportunities and guest interests. (B)(L)(D)
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Depart early this morning for today’s boat ride up Knight Inlet. Among the dense forests and inlets of the shoreline, grizzly bears congregate to fish and mingle, offering participants a unique look into the lives of these massive creatures. Arrive back in Port McNeill early evening. (B)(L)
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