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North Island Kayak

#2 of 11 things to do in Telegraph Cove Features Animals
1660 Telegraph Cove Rd | Box 213, Telegraph Cove, British Columbia V0N 3J0, Canada
+1 250-928-3114
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Awesome 4 day trip

We did the 4 day/3 night trip. From start to finish it was excellent. I'm a novice kayaker (having... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
jamie m
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
Amazing Two Day Experience

Had an amazing two day kayak trip on the Johnston Strait with our guides, Noah and Barry... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
gillian m
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Kayaking tours with the Orcas, Humpback Whales and other wildlife direct from Telegraph Cove. We offer the very best in all inclusive, guided kayak tours from 2 hours to 8 days with a focus on unobtrusive wildlife observation and fun kayaking for all. Separate family and adult adventures, great base camps and exceptional nomadic expeditions. Over 250 killer whales, an ever increasing number of Humpback Whales and a plethora of other animals are at home each summer in our backyard of Johnstone Strait, Robson Bight and the Broughton Archipelago. North Island Kayak is the only kayak tour or rental company located in Telegraph Cove. We have multiple tours on the water every day to serve you better. We are the local option with the local knowledge. Come experience the difference. We also provide kayak rentals for those with appropriate experience.
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1660 Telegraph Cove Rd | Box 213, Telegraph Cove, British Columbia V0N 3J0, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We did the 4 day/3 night trip. From start to finish it was excellent. I'm a novice kayaker (having only done it a couple hours before) but the equipment seemed in good condition. We were lucky in having a small group so we were able...More

Thank jamie m
Reviewed 1 week ago

Had an amazing two day kayak trip on the Johnston Strait with our guides, Noah and Barry. Beautiful weather, comfy tents, excellent food and even without a bonfire, lots of laughs with new friends. The wildlife and scenery is breathtaking. Can't wait to do it...More

Thank gillian m
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Did the 4 day tour and enjoyed every second of it. Both our guides were amazing (Kali & Josh) and really helped make the trip as great as it was. The food was really good and having a nice hot shower at our second camp...More

Thank Jeffrey K
Reviewed 1 week ago

Amazing 2 day kayaking trip with Kieran and Jonathan. Whales comfy beds great meals and safe trip.Over the top helpful guides

Thank bwent2017
Reviewed 1 week ago

We took a 3 day / 2 night guided kayak trip at the start of July and it was the most incredible trip we have ever taken. North Island Kayak were very helpful in providing information and answering questions beforehand to help us prepare for...More

1  Thank Don B
Reviewed 1 week ago

The trip was great with amazing scenery. We got to see whales up closes including breaching humpbacks. The guides Gareth and Josh were great and so informative. Food was excellent especially the homemade brownie and great camping facilities Chris and sally

Thank Christopher S
Reviewed 1 week ago

My daughter and I just returned from the 3 day kayak trip and we can't rave enough about our guide Gareth and exceptional quality of this tour and the company. We were totally blown away by the food and presentation of the meals and snacks,...More

Thank Cindy U
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

AWESOME TRIP! My friend and I recently did the 4 day kayak experience and we were left in awe! We saw Orcas, Humpbacks, Sea Lions and Eagles on numerous occasions which was a very surreal experience to see such beautiful creatures up close. Our Guide,...More

Thank Chris S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had a great personalized 6 day trip with our family - thanks North Island Kayaks. Great gear and fantastic guides - kudo's to Dan and Julian, our guides that showed us some great camp sites, information and adventures. We put in over 100 km...More

Thank kevinborch
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had the best time. The company was great and our guides, Josh and Dave, were professional, fun and really knowledgeable about the nature of the area. The campsites were idyllic and the food was excellent. Best part of our Canada trip.

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Susan W
February 25, 2017|
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Response from NorthIslandKayak | Property representative |
Hi Susan, The 5 day trip you have booked uses both our base camps for 1 or 2 nights, where tents are already set and the more remote park, paddle in camp spots where we pitch tents we take with us. Our base camp tents are... More
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Margaret B
August 24, 2015|
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We provide both dry bags and rain jackets on our kayaking tours.
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Kyla H
July 5, 2015|
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Salt water & DSLR can spell trouble if not looked after. What to carry it in becomes a compromise between ease of access and security. The most secure way to carry it is in a hard shell waterproof case; an otterbox for... More
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