GO sea-kayaking in waters around Johnstone Strait off the east coast of Vancouver Island and paddle alongside orca whales as the majestic creatures ply the waters in pursuit of salmon.
Travel Associates has a seven-day camping and kayaking adventure departing Port McNeill on selected dates in July, August and September 2010.
Each day, travellers will set out from their base camp at Johnstone Strait, slip into sea kayaks and go paddling in protected waters in search of orcas or killer whales, minke whales, dolphins and porpoises.
Expert whale guides listen in to reports for orca activity on their VHF radios and set the day's kayaking route for opportunities to encounter the black and white beauties. This outdoor adventure also provides plenty of opportunity to bird watch.
Prices start from $2,539* per person twin share and includes meals as per itinerary, sleeping bag and mattress, expedition kayaks, paddles, life jackets a nd safety equipment, group camping equipment, group first aid kit, services of a qualified guide and assistant.
International airfares are not included.
Phone Travel Associates on 1800 044 066 or log onto http://www.travel-associates.com.au/ for more information.
About Travel Associates
Travel Associates are specialists in creating tailor-made itineraries for travellers seeking out individual and unique travel experiences.
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