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Canada Travel Guide - British Columbia
Canada Travel Guide - British Columbia

Stubbs Island Whale Watching

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(Adventures/Outdoors/Sports, ECO Tours, Sightseeing, Tours, Whale watching, Wildlife)
Welcome to Stubbs Island Whale Watching!
British Columbia's first whale watching company was established in 1980. Orca (killer whales) and many other marine mammals frequent the Johnstone Strait area. Stubbs Island Whale Watching is locally owned and operated by Jim and Mary Borrowman. Telegraph Cove is located on the Northern end of Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.
 
The name Lukwa comes from the Kwakwala language and means 'a place in the forest.' The Lukwa (pictured above) was built from aluminum in 1989. This spacious vessel can comfortably accommodate up to 49 passengers.
 
Now entering its thirty-first season, Stubbs Island Whale Watching is British Columbia’s premier whale watching company. Its history reflects great dedication to education, research and conservation.
 
Year-round resident species include the Bald Eagle, Harlequin Duck, Great Blue Heron, Pigeon Guillemot, Rhinoceros Auklet, Red-necked Phalarope and Black Oystercatcher.
 
 

 
How to Contact
Stubbs Island Whale Watching
P.O. Box 2-2
Telegraph Cove, V0N 3J0
Ph: 1-800-665-3066
Fax: (250) 928-3102
Web: website
Email: send email
 

 
Opening Hours
Starting May 23, 2016 we will be open 7 days a week.
You can see, call us or book your tour conveniently online.