Sea Kayak Vacations & Whale Adventures in Baja/BC | Port McNeill, British Columbia
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We operate sea kayaking and whale watching tours in Loreto, in Baja California, Mexico Oct-May and in northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada each June-Sept. We have picked our areas and times of year to maximize chances of seeing whales and to have the best weather. Novices welcome.
A) Baja - 1) sea kayaking and camping tours in Loreto Bay National Marine Park in Sea of Cortez, 2) gray whale viewing up close in Magdalena Bay National Marine Preserve and 3) combos of the above two (each Feb and March)
B) BC Canada - 1) sea kayaking and orca watching tours Johnstone Strait and 2) lodge-based sea kayak tours in God's Pocket Provincial Park

Blue Whale - Baja Sea of Cortez
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First day of tour, we begin by giving a kayaking and/or whale watching introduction, making sure everyone is comfortable before we set out. We kayak or whale watch for a leisurely 1 1/2 to 2 hours before pulling out at a scenic spot for a picnic lunch which our guides whip up from scratch. Then another 1 1/2 to 2 hours and we'll arrive at our camp by mid-afternoon so that folks can snorkel in Baja or hike and explore in BC. One guide will lead activities while the other two guides prepare happy hour snacks and a sumptuous dinner. After dinner, we'll stargaze, view bioluminescense, and laugh about the day's adventures, before falling asleep in the utter, peaceful quiet, dreaming about tomorrow's fun.

Dolphins swim by our kayaks
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Baja sea kayaking - age 11 and up; if 5 ft tall and 100 lbs; novices welcome
Baja gray whale watching - age 8 and up
BC Canada sea kayaking - age 13 and up; if 5 ft tall and 100 lbs; novices welcome
Our typical group is a mixture of couples and singles, age 35-70
We often have Families with Teens departures, so be sure to inquire

Carmen Island, Loreto, Baja - pristine beach
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Baja - all Baja tours include 2-3 hotel nights in Loreto in tour price and camping where we provide all tents, sleeping bags & pads, chairs, all meals at camp.
BC Canada - choose between camping tours in Johnstone Strait, where we provide all camping gear described above and meals at camp, and our lodge-based tours at God's Pocket Resort, where 5 nights lodged accommodations are included in tour price as well as all kayaking.

Happy Kayakers in sunny Baja!
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No pets allowed; age restrictions as described above.

Our wonderful guides make your vacation a dream.
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Due to their unique characteristics, the areas we paddle in have a high degree of protection:
- La Paz and Loreto Bay National Marine Park - Baja
- Magdalena Bay gray whale calving lagoon is federally protected - Baja
- God's Pocket Provincial Park - BC Canada
- Johnstone Strait - BC Canada -is home to Robson Bight Orca Preserve - the world's only orca preserve

Gray Whale Mom and Baby Watching Humans
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Sea Kayak Vacations & Whale Adventures in Baja/BC - Starting at USD $999 per trip
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