We just came home from the first God's Pocket Resort kayak tour of the year and had a fantastic trip! A little rainy, but no wind made for excellent paddling on glassy seas. Great group of people, abundant wildlife and of course tons of great food prepared by Annie. Highlights include viewing Humpback whales almost daily, watching resident killer whales from Bill's boat at sunset, seeing dozens of eagles dotting the tree tops and massive Steller sea lions feeding on salmon! Space available on the July 25 tour.

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How to get to Port McNeill, British Columbia

Getting to Port McNeill, British Columbia

Perched on the northern shores of Vancouver Island, Port McNeill is a small town that’s home to just over 2,600 people. During the summer months, these numbers swell with travelers passing through on adventure-based tours to explore the stunning landscapes of British Columbia. 

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Is It Safe to Kayak With Orcas in British Columbia?

Is It Safe to Kayak With Orcas in British Columbia?

The scientific name for orca whales, Orcinus orca, literally translates to “Demon of the Deep.” In English, they are most commonly known as killer whales. Both names suggest that they are dangerous animals, to be feared, and kept at a safe distance.