2018 North Broughton Nomad is a six-day sea kayak adventure that takes you on a journey through the entire length of the Broughton Marine Park. This adventure is a classic that takes in heaps of wildlife sightings, native culture and a blend of kayaking sheltered and exposed waters that surround the Park. Highlights include six days of camping/sea kayaking through a maze of island and islets fea…Read More


    2019 Orca Galore, is an intimate three day sea kayaking adventure designed to take in the best in wildlife and kayaking in the Core Area of Johnstone Strait. These trips sometimes are combined with "Orca Explorer." Your are water taxi in to camp the first day. The fun starts the moment we leave the dock. Trips are designed for adventurers who want to get the maximum out of the three days and two n…Read More

  3. Top Trips For The Upcoming Season

    At Discovery Expeditions, we are firm believers in the old adage that life shouldn’t be measured by the breaths we take, but rather by the moments which take our breath away. With our Johnstone Strait sea kayaking expeditions, you too can renew your harmony with nature and experience a once-in-a-lifetime, breathtaking excursion which brings you closer than ever before to the vast beauty that our…Read More

  4. Killer whale watching on Vancouver Island


    2019 Orca Explorer is our longest running (more than 17 years) and most popular sea kayaking trip for couples, families, and groups of friends. One island basecamp is usually used on each of these trips. Camp is situated on an island in a Park Conservancy that is on the route of major whales in the core area of Johnstone Strait. We also have an option to access  a second campsite if conditions wi…Read More

  5. A Special Winter’s Day in Johnstone Strait!

    During the past few days, a special whale has shown up in the waters around our base camp in Johnstone Strait. The occurrence is special! Not just because the sperm whale returned this morning, but because of all the great effort made by several people to document this event. It started around 7 this morning when local researchers began a recording of the clicks off Robson Bight Ecological Reserve…Read More


    Consider this get-away!  For 2018, looking for a trip that combines kayak every day and relaxing in a private cabin in the evening. This trip is unique and packed with activities with fun in mind. Your experience begins with a quick cruise to our destination. Viewing whales in the morning and kayaking in the afternoon-early evening. And two nights stay at quaint accommodation. This accommodation …Read More

  7. New Whale in Johnstone Strait this Summer!

    Hello Adventure Travel Folks!! At Discovery Kayaking Ltd. we are optimistic that we will be sharing waters with a sperm whale when we sea kayak this summer. During the past few days, a special whale has shown up in the waters around our base camp in Johnstone Strait. It creates more to see on your kayak vacations.The occurrence is special! Not just because the sperm whale returned this mornin…Read More

  8. Highlights From The 2018 Orca Explorer Wilderness Adventure

    The year 2018 is full of possibilities. One of the most exciting parts about a new year is the opportunity to reinvent yourself and try new things. Why not try a brand new adventure while also aligning with nature? Discovery Expeditions’ main goal is to help you find yourself while exploring the vast beauty of nature and some of the most majestic creatures we have in our midst. With our Johnston…Read More

  9. Experience the South Broughton Region

    Please note this video is almost 17 minutes long. Experience the journey to Port McNeil and beyond! All Credits to Patrick Hogan, the great! And Jenn Hall for bringing all her wonderful funky friends to the best part of the BC Coast, again and again.  Patrick's video gives you an example of the journey to the Port Mcneill gateway to the Broughton Marine Park on the coastal side of Queen Charlotte…Read More

  10. Live video from OrcaLab

    Our friends at OrcaLab.org are steaming live from Hanson Island in the Johnstone Strait. You can watch the stream on exlpore.org and see if any orca are passing through the strait off of Vancouver Island. You can visit this stunning location in the Orca's 'core habitat' by booking your Orca Explorer Wilderness Adventure today. Learn more about the vital work OrcaLab does by visiting their site…Read More