Daily Whale Watching Tours

North Island Marine Mammal Stewardship Association members are committed to the sustainability of a positive balance between human activities and the health of the local marine eco-system. View NIMMSA’s Code of Conduct or become a NIMMSA member.

A Bucci Photography offers various photography tours in their custom built 17ft Stryker boat for Marine wildlife tours for Orca, Humpbacks, Sea Otters, and Sea Birds to land tours for Northern Pygmy Owls, and West Coast Storm Watching trips. Our tour boat is designed for comfort, stability and most importantly safety. When it comes to wildlife viewing and photography, Our boat has a great viewing vantage being low to the water allowing our guests to get to the subjects level for optimal photography angles for wildlife such as sea birds, whales, and bears. A Bucci Photography lives, works, and plays on Traditional Territories of the Kwakwaka’wakw, the Kwakwala Speaking People, British Columbia, Canada.

Email: abucciphotographytours@gmail.com 
Website: abucciphotography.com 

Aboriginal Journeys is a 100% Indigenous and family owned business who offer awe-inspiring Whale Watching, Marine Wildlife Viewing, Nature viewing and Adventure Tours from Campbell River on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.
Campbell River and the Discovery Islands area is one of the most beautiful and breath-taking places found anywhere on earth.
Our locally born Tour Guides have a minimum of 40 years experience working and traveling within the coastal waters of British Columbia.
Come and experience the experience!

Email: info@aboriginaljourneys.com
Website: aboriginaljourneys.com 

Campbell River Whale Watching

Campbell River Whale Watching – offering daily tours by Zodiac and Covered vessels departing from downtown Campbell River. We specialize in the viewing of Orca, Humpback Whales, Dolphin, Porpoise and Black Bears from March to October. During August, September and October we also conduct daily Grizzly Bear tours.

Phone: 250-287-2667
Toll Free: 1-877-909-2667
Website: campbellriverwhalewatching.com

Coastal Rainforest Safaris - Port Hardy Whale Watching and Sea Otter Viewing
Coastal Rainforest Safaris – Departing from Port Hardy on northern Vancouver Island, we offer guests an immersive whale watching and sea otter viewing experience told from a unique, Indigenous perspective that explores our connection to the land and sea, the wildlife, and the history that makes the area what it is now.
Toll Free: 1-888-787-1874

Discovery West Adventures – Campbell River is quickly becoming one of the biggest hot spots for Whale Watching on Vancouver Island! We are proud to be the only Whale Watching Tour and Adventure Tourism Company based out of beautiful Brown’s Bay Resort, just 19 km north of Campbell River.

Phone: 250 228-1307
Email: info@discoverywest.ca
Website: discoverywest.ca

Eagle Eye Adventures  – Your friendly and experienced/naturalist guides at Eagle Eye Adventures will take you to some magnificent sites to view wildlife which may include transient Orcas, humpbacks, minke whales, Pacific white-sided dolphins, porpoises, sea lions, seals, black bears, cinnamon bears, and perhaps grizzly bears. We are listed in the top adventure tour companies, Wildlife Adventure Tours, Bear Tours Vancouver Island. We work closely with other tour companies and scientists to protect our environment and are candidates to be named a World Whale Heritage Site. We are doing everything we can to preserve our whales for the future.

Phone: 250-286-0809
Website: eagleeyeadventures.com

Homalco Wildlife and Cultural Tours

Homalco Wildlife and Cultural Tours – Homalco Wildlife & Cultural Tours and its staff have been the stewards of the grizzly bear population in our traditional territory of Bute Inlet for over a decade. The site’s cultural and historical significance spans thousands of years, and today our community welcomes tours to view the bears, learn about our connection to the land and wildlife, and become immersed in the beauty of the inlet.

Phone: 250-923-0602
Website: homalcotours.com

Prince of Whales

Prince of Whales Whale & Marine Wildlife Adventures – Depart from Telegraph Cove & explore Johnstone Strait in search of the majestic wildlife that floods the local waters here in the summer months. Take advantage of the opportunity to view killer whales and humpback whales in the wild as well as an assortment of seabirds and other species of marine wildlife.

Phone: 250-383-4884
Toll Free: 1-888-383-4884
Website: princeofwhales.com

Quadra Island Boat Tours – Explore the wonders of Quadra and Cortes Islands, their amazing landscapes, and diverse wildlife. Our vision is to foster awareness, preservation, and restoration of our Coastal waters by connecting people and nature. We would like to give our deepest gratitude to the traditional and unceded territories of the Laichwiltach People; the We Wai Kai, Wei Wai Kum, and Kwiakah, and to the Klahoose, Tli’amon and Homalco. We live, operate, and play in these territories and are guests on this land.

Phone: 1-844-777-7428
Website: quadraislandboattours.ca

Seasmoke Whale Watching

Daily whale watching tours from Alert Bay and Alder Bay, BC,

Phone: 250-974-5225
Toll Free: 1-800-668-6722
Website: seasmokewhalewatching.com

Vancouver Island Photo Tours –  photo tours visiting the most beautiful scenic places around Northern Vancouver Island while having a chance to photograph and watch grizzly bears, black bears, killer whales, humpback whales, dolphins, bald eagles and other wildlife.

Phone: 250-956-2449
Website: vancouverislandtours.info

Wild Waterways Adventures (WWA) is a unique carbon neutral Adventure Tourism company based off of Quadra Island & Campbell River in British Columbia, Canada. The Discovery Islands are immersed in one of the most unique and thriving ecosystems on the planet. Exploring with us you will deep dive into Mother Nature’s natural processes.

The Salish Sea echo’s a rich history of ancient civilization’s past and present as we travel through the Unceded Lands and Territories of the Liǧʷiłdax̌ʷ First Nations.

Phone: 1-250-201-5496
Website: wildwaterways.com

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