Aerial view of Port McNeill and Broughton Strait
(Picture BC photo)

Port McNeill

Kayaking & Canoeing

Family kayaking (Dave Heath photo)

Family kayaking (Dave Heath photo)

Only 15 minutes from Port McNeill, the islands of the vast, sheltered Broughton Archipelago – BC's largest marine park – are revealed as an ocean kayak wonderland.

Welcome to this otherworldly realm of misted seas, uninhabited bays and beaches, lush temperate rainforest, bald eagles, jumping salmon, sea lions, Orcas, bears and minke and humpback whales.

Kingfisher Wilderness Adventures

Among Port McNeill's handful of operators, Kingfisher Wilderness Adventures offers year-round ocean kayaking expeditions from one to 16 days from its Orca Waters Base Camp. The multi-day tours focus on the whales, wildlife, scenery and Aboriginal history of the vast Archipelago. Its Nuchatlitz Inlet tour takes visitors kayaking among a huge concentration of sea otters. Other tours invite kayakers to explore Gwaii Haanas National Park, with its 10,000 years of Haida First Nation history and flabbergasting wilderness.

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