3 Hour Coastal Adventure

Take a breathtaking tour through Discovery Passage on our partially-covered and spacious boat. No crowded zodiacs!

Our tour begins from Brown’s Bay Marina, and from there we’ll go where ever the wind takes us! We’re fortunate enough to be a part of a fantastic whale watching community in Campbell River, so often we know where everything is before we even get out on the water. This increases our chances greatly of seeing humpbacks, whales, dolphins, and various other marine and wildlife.

Tour through the beautiful Discovery Passage and Seymour Narrows, and witness the history and beauty the coast has to offer. 

 Common visitors on these tours are the friendly harbour seals, shy Harbour Porpoises, and the Mighty Bald Eagle. If we’re lucky we will be greeted by our larger friends, such as humpbacks, orca’s and pacific white-sided dolphins!

Morning and Afternoon times available!

Trip Includes

Tour Length: 3 Hours

  • Includes some light snacks & Juice or bottled water
  • Coffee, Hot Chocolate & Tea will be provided on chilly days
  • A Fun and Educational Captain to Keep You Informed, Entertained, and Safe on Your Adventure

$139 Adult / $119 Child (5-15yr)

  • A warm jacket or sweater to wear while the boat is underway
  • Weather appropriate footwear & clothing
  • Camera
  • Hat & Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Please keep in mind we are on a boat and things might get wet!

You can enter Brown’s Bay Marina or Resort into your GPS (15021 Brown’s Bay Road, Campbell River). Once you arrive at the resort, you’ll find our boat straight down the marina boardwalk on the right hand side of the dock between the restaurant and marina office.

Please be sure to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to departure, we want to maximize our water time!

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We Practice Ethical Whale Watching

for the safety of our guests and the marine life, we practice ethical whale watching. This means we are required to stay 100m away from all marine life, and 200m away from orca.

sometimes the marine life has other plans, in which case we shut our engines down and just enjoy the show!