interrupt the usual behavior of the whales. Do not cause them to
change direction rapidly, to swim faster, or to swim erratically.
Boats should not approach whales directly from the front or chase
them from behind. Hindering a whale's normal activities is harassment
and against the law. Please use common sense when out whale watching.
Let us all do our part to protect the whales and other sea creatures.
Protection and conservation will help to insure that these majestic
mammals remain with us, so that our grandchildren and great-grandchildren
can enjoy them.
Whale Watching Companies: Tours & Charters
Watching Adventures in British Columbia
coastline of Canada's most western province, is a maze of straits,
sounds, and fjords, hundreds of islands and inlets. Scenery is
unsurpassed, as the blue ocean meets the green forests covering
the mountains, which reach for the sky. Because much of this coast
is uninhabited and accessible only by boat or floatplane . . .
it remains a pristine wilderness. The rich and nutrient filled
waters are home to a great variety of marine wildlife.