Hop on board a "Catch of the day" marine wildlife tour, each customized to take full advantage of wildlife sightings, ocean conditions & guest interests. This tour is an opportunity to explore and learn about our pristine marine environment. The boat seats 12 passengers in comfort within a heated cabin that includes full washroom facilities. Guests and non-guests are welcome to book this exciting adventure!
|We offer 2 excursions per day, each approx. 2.5 hours on the water. Our Captains share their knowledge and love for the Tofino area, hosting unique "catch of the day" marine adventures. Our Lead Captain, Josh Lewis, has years of experience as a naturalist and is also a professional photographer. Each daily tour will be different, customized to wildlife sightings, ocean conditions and passenger interests.
|A visit to the West Coast isn't complete without an adventure on the water!|
|Tim hackett, resort owner|
*Note: An additional $6 fuel surcharge and $2 Marine Mammal Research Fee will be added per person. Subject to applicable taxes.
**Note: Trips are subject to reaching minimum required numbers. Excursion times and duration may vary due to the nature of the ocean, weather conditions, tides, and wildlife viewings. Please get up-to-date information from the Surf Club Adventure Centre or Guest Services.
Bring your camera to photograph an abundance of wildlife up front and personal!During the months of March to May witness first-hand the incredible 15,000km (9500 mile) annual northern migration of approximately 20,000 gray whales. These whales feed in the food rich waters and protected bays of Clayoquot Sound on their way to the Bering Sea from the lagoons of Baja Mexico.
From June to November, view the ‘resident gray whales’ plus a whole host of other mammals that visit our coast, including transient Orcas (Killer Whales), Humpback Whales, a variety of Porpoises, Stellar and California Sea Lions and Harbor Seals. If you are fortunate enough you may also spy a Sea Otter, which are making a comeback from virtual extinction.