Monthly Archives: June 2016

Thursday June 30, 2016 – MV Lukwa and Mv Kuluta

One must wonder if we can ever learn to expect the unexpected or if the wonders of the natural world will continue to amaze us until the end of time? As our season continues into the summer months we have … Continue reading

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Wednesday June 29, 2016 – MV Lukwa and MV Kuluta

We have been lucky to have such fantastic weather this week and it continued today. The sun was beaming down and the sky was clear which allowed visitors to take in the majestic snow capped mountains that surround us. Visitors … Continue reading

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Tuesday, June 28, 2016 – MV Lukwa and MV Kuluta

With tourists from around the world the MV Lukwa and MV Kuluta departed Telegraph Cove this afternoon. Before long we were watching Bald Eagles and Pacific Harbour Seals on a small group of Islands in front of Telegraph Cove. The … Continue reading

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Monday, June 27, 2016– MV Lukwa

Porpoises and Humpback Whales, that’s what today was all about! Sitting in Weynton Pass this morning a group of very active porpoises chose to approach the Lukwa. The calm morning air was punctuated by the sharp exhalations of the porpoises … Continue reading

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Sunday June 26, 2016 – MV Lukwa

The morning was beautiful as we sailed out into the slowly dissipating fog. There was a wonderful atmosphere as the fog that remained hung low in the mountains. Today was all about Dall’s Porpoises and Humpback Whales. We saw both … Continue reading

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Saturday June 25, 2016 – MV Lukwa and MV Kuluta

We very rarely travel far on our tours because we are so lucky to be surrounded by such a diverse ecosystem just outside of Telegraph Cove. Today we spent the majority of our time in the area surrounding the island … Continue reading

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Friday June 24, 2016 – MV Lukwa and MV Kuluta

Calf and Adult Humpback breaches, dolphins for miles, plenty of eagles and Humpbacks surfacing in multiple directions, today was a trip for the books. As Captain Wayne likes to say, “there are no bad trips but some are better than … Continue reading

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Thursday June 23, 2916 – MV Lukwa

Have you ever had that moment where you ask yourself, “does it get better than this?”. With the abundant wildlife, pristine conditions and the unexpected behaviours, today’s tour just kept getting better and better. The water was like glass, the … Continue reading

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Explore Program with Georges P. Vanier Secondary School – June 6 to June 9

For the last sixteen years in early June, the  boardwalk at Telegraph Cove fills with teenagers. These young adults  are preparing to embark on a four-day excursion into the wilderness where they will camp on a nearby island, as part … Continue reading

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Wednesday June 22, 2016– MV Lukwa

The light rain of this afternoon highlighted the deep green trees of the British Columbia rainforest against the pale grey skies. The weather did not deter the hearty guests, and many spent the entire trip outside spotting wildlife. Some of … Continue reading

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