Telegraph Cove is a gateway to the wilderness of Canada. It is the best place on earth to see Killer Whales (Orca) in the wild. There are over 200 of them that make the Johnstone Strait their home and it is only about 16km from Robson Bight, the internationally renowned Wildlife Reserve. If you do not have your own boat, there are four options to get you on the water.

 1. Kayaks - Go see North Island Kayak, you cannot miss them. Their kayaks are usually on the hill next to the boat ramp. They offer tours, rentals, launches  and parking. If you have your own equipment go see them anyway, they have lots of information and can help keep you safe on the water.

 2. Stubbs Island Whale Watching - The original, they have been doing this forever. They have up to three sailings per day.

3. Tide Rip Tours - Go see the grizzlies. A great day out.

4. Fishing charters - there are a few of these and they all catch fish.

 If you do have your own boat, moorage is available at Telegraph Cove Resort (25' maximum boat length) and Telegraph Cove Marina and RV Park (65' maximum).

For non-seagoing people there is camping, a few hiking trails, a couple of stores and a laid back atmosphere that is forgotton in most places.

Summer weather is great.