Enjoy exciting whale watching excursions in Campbell River, BC

Whale Watching

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Popularly known as the Salmon Capital of the World, Campbell River, which is located on the east coast of Vancouver Island, BC, is one of the most enchanting places in the world.

Rediscover Campbell River

Although there may be a number of destinations out there more entrancing, Campbell River is truly a magnificent place waiting to be experienced; it boasts scenic views of majestic mountains, islands and coastlines.While it may not be the most popular attraction on Vancouver Island, it is a  haven for fishers, hikers, kayakers, adventurers, and nature lovers.

One way to spend a wonderful vacation and experience the natural, breathtaking beauty of the Pacific Northwest Coast is to go to Campbell River and its surrounding areas. Campbell River clings to the shores of Discovery Passage which is the start-off point to explore and enjoy the marine spots of the Discovery Island.

Enjoy Whale Watching Excursions

It is also the perfect jump-off spot to go Grizzly Bear Watching and Whale Watching.You can also experience the spectacular and amazing view, with shorelines stretching from rocky beaches spread with bleached driftwood to cliffs growing from the water’s edge

One of the world’s most popular killer whale sanctuaries can also be found in the Campbell River BC area, particularly  the Robson Bight sanctuary, in the upper area of Johnstone Strait.It is rated by the World Wildlife Federation as one of the Top 3 Whale Watching areas worldwide.

For travel information check out our Vancouver Island travel page.

Republished under Creative Commons License from West Coast Aquatic Safaris, an acclaimed Bear Watching, Whale Watching, Hot Springs Cove Tour Co & Marine Charter Co in Tofino, BC on the famed west coast of Vancouver Island. Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor.

Publisher of Amazing Vancouver Island. Doug grew up in Kamloops and Vancouver. He is also the President of KIAI Angency, an Internet Marketing and Branding agency in Vancouver. He is an avid photographer and you can see his many pix of Vancouver Island on Flickr.

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  1. Nice blog, thanks for sharing. 🙂

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