Is Campbell River a good spot for Whale Watching?

Yes it is! We are a bit biased but for good reasons! :)

Campbell River is a wonderful destination for enjoying the wildlife on sea and on land. It’s also quite close to go whale watching if you come from Vancouver. Only 1h 45mn drive on a safe and easy highway.

Campbell River is close to Johnstone Strait, home to the largest resident pod of killer whales. The whales are stunning, the scenery unbelievable, and the marine life is quite impressive. Robson Bight offers the best chance for viewing, thanks to a wide variety to marine life. Also visible are harbour porpoises, harbour seals, Steller’s sea lions, Dall’s porpoises, grey whales, humpback whales, sea lions, and bald eagles.

You’ll find many Whale Watching Tour Operators in Campbell River and they offer many different packages from 2 hour tours if you don’t have much time to full day tours with lunch included.

Don’t forget to check out our TOP 5 attractions in Campbell River!

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Whale Watching in Campbell River

Whale Watching in Campbell River

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