Experience Sea Kayaking in British Columbia

sea kayaking British ColumbiaBritish Columbia has several sites to offer when it comes to sea kayaking. This makes it an ideal site for those who are into this outgoing activity. Exhilarating as it can be, sea kayaking will prove to be a swell and quite an experience to both seasoned and unseasoned kayakers alike.

Whether you want to relive the past by visiting the centuries-old totem poles of Haida Gwaii or witness killer whales in their natural habitats, there are a number of key destinations that can just give you what you want. With more than a dozen islands that you can explore, there are others that have been claimed by UNESCO as either a biosphere reserve or a heritage site.

Since there are great east- and west-side destinations along Vancouver Island, every destination therein will appeal to every kayaker out there. Perhaps, if you are a kayaker yourself or a beginner who wants to experience the joys of kayaking, you may then want to consider yourself smacked right in the middle of one of the breath-taking sights in British Columbia.

Key destinations along Vancouver Island

Barkley Sound and the Broken Group Islands

Clayoquot Sound

Nootka Sound

Gulf Islands

Johnstone Strait

Key destinations along Northern British Columbia

Desolation Sound

Charlotte Islands

Each of these destinations offers adventures ranging from Orca-watching to nature-tripping. The fact that these places are remote and has not been commercially developed at all brings out its best in terms of marine wildlife.

Of course, kayaking in British Columbia is not at all limited to the domains of the sea as there are inland water destinations as well for kayakers. Make sure that you get to visit any of them while you are in British Columbia.

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