Orca Dreams: Whale watching in ultimate camping comfort in the wilderness off Vancouver Island

Base Camp Kitchen: Orca Dreams offers kayaking, whale watching and luxury camping on Compton Island, Blackney Pass, British Columbia

Orca Dreams offers Canada’s first whale watching camp, with BC packages that include 4 days of luxury camping. Orca Dreams has twenty years of experience hosting people from around the world in the wildlife-rich waters of Johnstone Strait and Broughton Archipelago, off the east coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Killer Whale Pod: Orca Dreams offers kayaking, whale watching and luxury camping on Compton Island, Blackney Pass, British Columbia

Watch surfacing humpback whales, pods of orcas, dolphins, eagles, sea lions or a curious seal pass by while sipping your morning coffee from your waterfront safari-style tent. Whale watch from camp or boat, while kayaking, surrounded by the rich wildlife of coastal BC.

Kayakers paddling the coastal wilderness: Orca Dreams offers kayaking, whale watching and luxury camping on Compton Island, Blackney Pass, British Columbia

Tranquil base camp breakfast: Orca Dreams offers kayaking, whale watching and luxury camping on Compton Island, Blackney Pass, British Columbia

Orca Dreams is situated within the traditional territory of the Mamalilikula-Qwe’Qwa’Sot’Em First Nation, on Compton Island on the edge of Blackney Pass, one of the most wildlife-rich marine ecosystems in the world. Blackney Pass connects Queen Charlotte Strait with Johnstone Strait where the strong currents churn up nutrients from deep below, feeding everything from small herring to the 40-ton humpback whales.

Blackney Pass is also one of the best places in North America to view Orcas – also known as Killer Whales – as they make their way to and from Johnstone Strait and the rubbing beaches of Robson Bight on Vancouver Island.

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Orca Dreams
Box 353
Heriot Bay
Quadra Island, BC
V0P 1H0

Phone: 250-202-2765
Email: info@orcadreams.com
Website: www.orcadreams.com

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Bryan Yates August 29, 2016 at 1:34 pm - Reply

    I’ve booked an Rv for next year in late August and looking to do a tour with you was wondering where pick up drop off points would be thanks Bryan

  2. Melinda Penner November 25, 2016 at 7:28 pm - Reply

    What is there to do on Vancouver Island in March?

  3. Patrick Horsfield August 7, 2017 at 6:53 am - Reply

    Gorgeous images of our coast! Orca Dreams looks to have found the magic combination of Kayaks, Camping and a touch of luxury!

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