An adventure of a lifetime is to spend time kayaking in the waters off Northern Vancouver Island in British Columbia amongst the wilderness, enjoying the scenery of the snow covered mountain range and the many species of wildlife. These four people have ventured off shore in their kayaks awaiting the onset of a pod of Killer Whales that are making their way towards them.
This is one adventure that everyone should take part in as seeing these magnificent mammals as you are kayaking is incredible. There is a great possibility that the whales may turn and head off in another direction but this is the ways of wild animals. In the meantime these kayakers can enjoy the sight of a large seabird flying overhead.
Many other types of wildlife share the waters with the Killer Whales off Northern Vancouver Island such as dolphins, sea birds, porpoises and a variety of different species of whales. While kayaking along the shore, keep watch for any signs of bears, eagles, deer, mink and otters. Kayaking this area is a true natural adventure especially if you are lucky enough to encounter wildlife but be sure to adhere to the rules of the waters.
Off Northern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada, kayaking has become an extremely popular sport and many tours are available along the coast that will take you into a world of natural beauty. Day trips are available or week long tours where you can camp at different locations around the waters off Northern Vancouver Island and partake in an extraordinary adventure.
Kayakers, Northern Vancouver Island, British, Columbia, Canada.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/400 sec. on ISO 400, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 260mm.
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