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Campbell River - Sightseeing & Adventure Tours
Cambell River Sightseeing
Tour Duration Rate
CAS#01 Fishing Charter
Campbell River is known as the Salmon Capital of the World. Every year, millions of migrating salmon travel through Discovery Passage on their way to spawn in their birth river. Ride with our 21' boat featuring a enclosed, heated cabin, Depth Sounder, compass and VHF communications. Downriggers, graphite rods and top the of line levelwind and knuckle buster reels make your fishing experience more enjoyable be it "catch" or "release". With our unique location we are able to fish for all five species of the Salmon family. Above rates include all taxes, fishing gear and fuel. Bait and fishing License at cost.
Per Hour
2-4 Clients
CAS#02 Kayak Tours
The tour begins from Rebecca Spit, an beautiful forested parkland situated on the east side of Quadra Island. Explore the area along the rocky shorelines, coves and sandy beaches or venture out to the archipelago of the Breton Islands. The Coast Mountain Range in the east provides a spectacular backdrop as we explore the fascinating marine environment the islands have to offer, with prime wildlife photography opportunities along the way. Here you can also encounter a variety of other marine life such as eagles, seals, seabirds, shorebirds, birds of prey, raccoons, deer, mink, otters, porpoises, Orcaís and our rich and diverse intertidal life. Tour includes transportation from the ferry dock at Quadra Island. ( 10 min Ferry ride from Campbell River approx. $4.25 per person )
Full Day $109.00
CAS#03 Discovery Island
While cruising in the comfort of our enclosed, heated 32 foot catamaran launch you will marvel at the local scenery as you pass through Seymour Narrows, Okisollo Channel, Octopus Island Marine Park, Hole in the Wall, Arran Rapids, Nodales Channel, and Thurston Bay Marine Park. Combine all this with the chance to view our local wildlife such as Black Bears, Sea Lions, Seals, Dolphins, Porpoise, and whales and you will be amazed at how the time flies by.
4 Hours $110.00
CAS#04 Whale Watching
Telegraph Cove is located 2.5 hours north of Campbell River. We cruise in comfort in our 60-foot vessels with heated cabin, toilets and hydrophones (underwater microphones) connected to fore and aft speakers so that you can hear the Orca vocalizations anywhere on the boat. The calm, protected waters of Johnstone Strait & the Blackfish Archipelago is acknowledged as the most accessible and predictable location to see Orca (killer whales) in the world. Dallís porpoises, harbour porpoises, Pacific white-sided dolphins, sea lions, seals, Minke whales, Humpback whales and Grey whales are some of the marine mammals we may see during our nature cruises.
3.5 Hours $87.00

Note: We do not reserve sightseeing tours without other arrangements booked through us.