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VHF Channel 66A 50 24. 82N 125 30. 00W

Broughton Archipelago Expedition

Through narrow passages and foggy channels to wide open straits and the lonely sound of whales the magic of the Broughton Archipelago will forever hold you in its grasp. This trip will take you through Johnstone Strait to Robson Bight and Blackfish Sound, which are frequented by both humpback whales and orca pods. The Broughtons are commonly acknowledged as one of the most ecologically active sites on the coast. 

During August and September Robson Bight is home to the Northern Resident Orcas, their arrival makes for some of the best whale watching in the world. From there we carry on through narrow Baronet Pass where bears are commonly seen exploring the shore. In among tiny scattered islands we stop at the charming Lagoon Cove to stretch our legs before heading back to Blind Channel.

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  • 1475 per group up to twelve guests
  • Includes a gourmet packed lunch for you to enjoy on a private island or drifting with the wildlife




This is a beautiful place and very comfy accommodations, with friendly staff. I am reading two books, "I Heard the Owl Call my Name" and "Spilsbury's Coast." It is unique to be reading stories of the coast history while living in it. A wonderful trip.

Elise and Hugh