Telegraph Cove Resort is the gateway to the Broughton Archipelago, the largest marine park in British Columbia. The park was established in 1992 to protect one of the last wilderness areas left in the world. The multitude of islands provide our guests with sheltered waters, secluded inlets and a breathtaking backdrop of the magnificent coastal mountains to the east and the waters of Queen Charlotte Straight to the west.
Telegraph Cove offers an array of truly magnificent adventures and activities that one can partake during a stay at our resort. In fact, there is so much to do and to explore that most of our guests return year after year to engage in something new. Grizzly bear tours, Guided Fishing Trips and Whale Watching to see the famous orcas, humpback whales, dolphins and other marine wildlife are some of the palette items the resort has to offer.
MAY – SEPTEMBER
(CLOSED OCTOBER -MAY)
Spectacular Grizzly Bear Watching Excursions go deep into Knight Inlet with Tide Rip Grizzly Adventures.
Prince of Whales offers adventure tours to view orcas, humpback whales, dolphins, and other marine wildlife. Join them on their custom semi-covered cruiser, Ocean Magic II, or the open-air style Zodiac style boats!
North Island Kayak offers exciting half-day, day or multi day Ocean Kayak tours, exploring what lays beyond the next corner, the next bay or across the next island.
Can you imagine camping next to Robson Bight and the Orca Rubbing Beach and have a chance paddling with the killer whales? Visit Orca Camp for a thrill of a lifetime.
Are you interested in diving? Temperature Diving around the waters of Telegraph Cove is rated world class.
Visiting the Telegraph Cove Art Gallery is truly a West Coast experience with a marine flair! Renowned carver and wood artist Don Bastian offers stunning sculptures, carvings, furniture and pottery, all hand made on site. Also showcasing a few local artists the Art Gallery is located at the entrance to Telegraph Cove, just look for the Boom Boat mascot! For more information: donbastian.com
And a visit to our very own and brand new Whale Interpretive Centre is a MUST and should definitely not be missed.
Looking for more Vancouver Island North adventures? Check out the North Island Trail Guide.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about our incredible surroundings and let us help you to plan your dream vacation!