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North Island Kayak

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1660 Telegraph Cove Rd | Box 213, Telegraph Cove, British Columbia V0N 3J0, Canada
+1 250-928-3114
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Dream Come...True Seeing Killer Whales

As a Retired Biology/Marine Biology Teacher, My Kayaking experience with North Island Kayak and a... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Lee S
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Amazing 3 day kayaking and camping experience

My friends and I were part of a 3 day kayaking and camping trip with North Island Kayak in early... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Maria K
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Thessaloniki, Greece
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Kayaking tours with the Orcas, Humpback Whales and other wildlife direct from Telegraph Cove. We offer the very best in all inclusive, guided kayak tours from 2 hours to 8 days with a focus on unobtrusive wildlife observation and fun kayaking for all. Separate family and adult adventures, great base camps and exceptional nomadic expeditions. Over 250 killer whales, an ever increasing number of Humpback Whales and a plethora of other animals are at home each summer in our backyard of Johnstone Strait, Robson Bight and the Broughton Archipelago. North Island Kayak is the only kayak tour or rental company located in Telegraph Cove. We have multiple tours on the water every day to serve you better. We are the local option with the local knowledge. Come experience the difference. We also provide kayak rentals for those with appropriate experience.
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Hours Today: 08:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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1660 Telegraph Cove Rd | Box 213, Telegraph Cove, British Columbia V0N 3J0, Canada
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+1 250-928-3114
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

As a Retired Biology/Marine Biology Teacher, My Kayaking experience with North Island Kayak and a fantastic guide named Jonathan Lee TRULY FULFILLED an item at the very top of my Bucket List! He did such an awesome job of 1) Providing very detailed information about...More

Thank Lee S
Reviewed 2 days ago

My friends and I were part of a 3 day kayaking and camping trip with North Island Kayak in early September. We were very impressed with all aspects of the trip and were fortunate enough to encounter orcas, humpbacks, dolphins, porpoises, seals, sea lions, bald...More

Thank Maria K
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Went out on the day trip today with Kevin as our guide. Perfect weather and conditions. We were so lucky, saw humpbacks (lots of!) seals, sea lions, porpoises, eagles and not forgetting the ORCA!!! I've waited a long time to see those and I was...More

Thank aj_fawcett
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Es blibends erläbniss dank tom üsem guide. Thanks Tom we never forget this day "The fastest crossing ever"

Thank eszu83
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We really enjoyed our trip - every day was spectacular! I really liked the set up for our 3 day trip. Having base camps (tents already set up when you arrive, sheltered eating area) was really great, but I liked that we stayed in a...More

Thank Sunita J
Reviewed 3 days ago

The weather was not exactly what we had in mind when booking the day trip... The wind was blowing and the ocean was white capping. There were times I thought that the waves were going to capsize our kayak. If we stopped paddling we got...More

Thank mooretravelin
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

An incredible experience with two fantastic guides, Kieren and Dave who had amazing knowledge of the sea life and boy could these fellas cook!! My husband and I had never kayaked before but after 3 days with the guides we would feel confident to kayak...More

Thank kelplife
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We were part of a 4 day kayak-trip in July this year. It was our first time in a kayak and I assume there are worse places to start kayaking =), rather it will be hard to top this tour at all! However, as most...More

Thank moemmie
Reviewed 4 days ago

So we had some real PNW weather for this trip... the kayaks filled with rainwater as we were loading up... visibility was bad, it was cold... and we had THE MOST AMAZING time!! :-D Our guides Brad & Jonathan were fantastic, being knowledgeable, reassuring in...More

Thank Pierscoe1
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Just got back from a 4 day trip with Wesley. He seriously made the trip for us. Although the 1st and 2nd day were very challenging with the side ways rain on day 1 and the crazy wind on day 2. Day 3 and 4...More

Thank Shauna S
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Susan W
26 February 2017|
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Response from NorthIslandKayak | Property representative |
Hi Susan, The 5 day trip you have booked uses both our base camps for 1 or 2 nights, where tents are already set and the more remote park, paddle in camp spots where we pitch tents we take with us. Our base camp tents are... More
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Margaret B
24 August 2015|
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Response from NorthIslandKayak | Property representative |
We provide both dry bags and rain jackets on our kayaking tours.
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Kyla H
5 July 2015|
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Response from NorthIslandKayak | Property representative |
Salt water & DSLR can spell trouble if not looked after. What to carry it in becomes a compromise between ease of access and security. The most secure way to carry it is in a hard shell waterproof case; an otterbox for... More
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