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Gwaii Haanas National Park

#1 of 10 things to do in Queen Charlotte City Features Animals
Queen Charlotte City, British Columbia V0T 1S0, Canada
+1 250-559-8818
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wild and beautifull

In this overcrowded world it is good to know there is remote areas still untouched by Urban... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Surrey, Canada
Centers you what is important

I loved the raw, rustic landscape, the remoteness, the ancient and current histories, the passion... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Comox, Canada
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4 days ago
“wild and beautifull”
1 week ago
“Centers you what is important”
Queen Charlotte City, British Columbia V0T 1S0, Canada
+1 250-559-8818
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Reviewed 4 days ago

In this overcrowded world it is good to know there is remote areas still untouched by Urban sprawl.The scenery and wildlife was spectacular , the boat solid and never felt cramped even with 7 on board Captain James knows his stuff and a great cook....More

Thank Daco9840
Reviewed 1 week ago

I loved the raw, rustic landscape, the remoteness, the ancient and current histories, the passion of the people and immersion in nature. The Haida Watchmen posts were the best, as we learned about the Eagles and Ravens and thousands of years of history as Canada's...More

Thank DiscoverAndEnjoy
Reviewed 5 April 2017

The Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site; or, simply, “Gwaii Haanas,” is truly a sight to behold. The place is magical and has an energy about it that cannot be properly described. Like most everything else on Haida Gwaii it has a...More

6  Thank PookyCake
Reviewed 13 March 2017

a group of four kayakers; we camped for a week in the southern park in mid-August, staying at a variety of beaches sleeping in tents and following the tides currents and weather. Moresby Explorers supplied the rental kayaks and safety gear and a two hour...More

Thank saltspringian
Reviewed 26 February 2017

I have been to the park many times for work. Every time I go I see something different, ranging from Humpback whales to massive seal lions. The Heritage sights along the way are wonderful to see! The many island are perfect to explore by kayak!

1  Thank dennysinnott
Reviewed 19 November 2016

In an email to Steve of Ocean Sound Kayaking: I want to thank you for having such an absolutely wonderful tour - it could not have been better. After paddling roughly 120 km I have nothing but superlatives when talking of the adventure undertaken July...More

Thank ritalc1013
Reviewed 24 October 2016

We travelled in Gwaii Haanas with Maple Leaf Adventures, aboard the SV Maple Leaf. While there, we saw countless whales, sea lions and sea birds. We also visited several First Nations heritage sites and learned many things about the rich history of the coastal First...More

1  Thank ann152016
Reviewed 15 September 2016

We spent two days here journeying by boat and plane. The guides we used provided all the historical context we needed and the Watchmen were exceptional.

Thank chas t
Reviewed 2 September 2016

We visited the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve in August 2016 with Atlas Ocean Tours. The MV Atlas is a sturdy comfortable boat that seems to expand to fit its occupants. Its skipper, James, is a capable, entertaining host, well-versed in all aspects of seamanship,...More

5  Thank 1965Mary
Reviewed 13 August 2016

This National Park is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G I never saw in my life so much wildlife, I was surprised every minute I spent in the park

Thank popamiw
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Is there any way to see the sights of this island without a tour?
11 January 2015|
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Response from journeycouple | Reviewed this property |
The north island ( Graham Is) and part of the south islands are open to the public but most of the raw nature is inside Gwaii Haanas park. It is possible to visit Gwaii Haanas park by reserving with Parks Canada, but entry... More