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Providing quality guided kayak tours from Quadra Island, BC. Join our comfortable Orca Base Camp tour in Johnstone Strait, next to Robson Bight Michael Biggs Ecological Reserve. Kayak in waters where Killer Whales play! Spacious Safari tents & cots...more
Hours Today: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
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685 Heriot Bay Road, Quathiaski Cove, British Columbia V0P 1N0, Canada
Desolation Sound is a beautiful area and very sheltered so the kayaking was easier than I expected (I had only been in a sea kayak once before and then only for a couple of hours). And the water is warm so the swimming was great...More
Orca camp, even if we did not see orcas, was definitely an amazing experience. It was my first time on a kayak and I really enjoyed it. The guides, Sé, Chris and Brandy were incredibly nice, helpful and gave us plenty of informations about the...More
First off I want to compliment the guides. They were amazing! They have a huge workload and they do it with a smile and a great attitude. The food was fantastic and the camp itself was pretty impressive.Hot water shower, hot tub , sauna WOW!...More
Just us, the water, and the wildlife! That is how I describe my experience with Wildcoast adventures. The Orcas came to play for us, as did dolphins, sea lions, bald eagles, and a humpback off in the distance. On the last day I finally got...More
What a trip it was amazing in every aspect. The guides were unbelievable in everything they did from the kayaking, to cooking, cleaning, to preparing the hot tub and sauna. Great conversations, shared experiences, laughter and genuine interest in each guest and their experiences. And...More
Just returned from a 4 day stay at Orca camp. Our guides Cole, Se, and John made it a memorable experience. Was one of the best family trips we have done. Saw lots of orcas, humpback whales, sea stars, sea lions, etc. The glamping made...More
I just got back from an amazing trip to Orca Camp with Wildcoast Adventures. I had some travel issues and they were very helpful, picking me up late from the ferry terminal. The camp itself was pretty cool. It had a hot tub, hot water...More
We had a fantastic trip with Wildcoast! We saw orcas, stood under the Milky Way and watched a meteor shower, enjoyed great kayaking and took a hike to a lovely waterfall. The guides, food and accommodations were super. It would be hard to top this...More
Our guides, Bender, Chris and John, met us at base camp and welcomed us to our new home for a few days. Our tents were well equipped and while out in the wilderness I slept comfortably, which is good to know because we had hours...More
We were so lucky and saw a large pod really close up from within the kelp line where the orcas chose to travel past us. The guides did the very best. The food was awesome, and the hot tub and sauna were much appreciated. The...More
Response from Valerie G | Property representative |
Hi Diane R!
So sorry for the delay in response! Wildcoast’s Orca Camp basecamp is water access only. Wildcoast includes beautiful boat transportation from our meet point in either Campbell River (which has a regional... More
Hi Diane R!
So sorry for the delay in response! Wildcoast’s Orca Camp basecamp is water access only. Wildcoast includes beautiful boat transportation from our meet point in either Campbell River (which has a regional airport - YBL) or Quadra Island, a short ferry across from Campbell River.
From Manitoba, you can fly in to Vancouver, then connect with a local carrier to Campbell River.
More transportation options, along with links, are available in our website under Trip Planner > Getting Here
Feel free to contact me directly by phone as well
I hope that helps!