Why this trip: 1. It’s home to the only orca preserve in the world Robson Bight; 2. The “Jane Goodall”of orcas (scientist Alexandra Morton has studied these unique orcas here for years); 3. The single best time and place in the world to paddle with these salmon-eating orcas when the salmon runs peak; 4. Sheltered location perfect for novices new to sea kayaking; 5. We provide all gear and instruction, hearty meals and naturalist guides - just bring yourselves!

Additional details about this trip can be found here!

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