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Love Where You Live

MAY
2024

 

Nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes of Johnstone Strait & Broughton Archipelago, Telegraph Cove stands as a testament to nature’s beauty. Beyond its historical significance, this charming village has become a place for unforgettable outdoor experiences.

One of the standout features of a visit to Telegraph Cove is the chance to partake in memorable whale-watching excursions. Local waters offer unique sightings of orcas, humpback whales, dolphins, and sea lions. Guided tours offer unparalleled encounters with some of these majestic animals. Prince of Whales, a renowned tour provider, offers excursions to witness these marine marvels in their natural habitat aboard either covered or zodiac-style vessels, guaranteeing a one-of-a-kind and unforgettable experience.

The area is renowned for seeing bears foraging and humpback whales trap feeding, along with the distinctive presence of Northern Resident Killer Whales. This group of orcas is most often encountered in northern British Columbia and is well-known for its salmon-based diet and large family structures. While whale watching offers a captivating glimpse into the unique fauna of northern Vancouver Island, there are many other ways to immerse oneself in the region’s stunning beauty and diverse wildlife.

Kayaking adventures from Telegraph Cove offer immersive exploration of the area’s marine wonders. North Island Kayak offers a selection of day tours, all-inclusive basecamp adventures, and nomadic expeditions. Paddlers can navigate the waters of Johnstone Strait, encounter marine life up-close and occasionally catch glimpses of whales before settling down in North Island Kayak’s private campsites, where their expert guides prepare delicious and locally-sourced meals.

Telegraph Cove Resort offers a diverse range of accommodations to suit every preference. Guests can choose from cozy cabins and charming historic homes to dock-side suites and rooms at the hilltop lodge, all providing picturesque views of the cove. The Forest RV Campground is just a 10-minute stroll from the village and perfect for camping lovers.

In essence, Telegraph Cove’s wilderness is a gateway to unforgettable adventures. Whether observing marine giants in their natural habitat or paddling through serene waters, this coastal gem offers an escape into the heart of nature’s beauty.

Plan your getaway to Telegraph Cove at princeofwhales.com!

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