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Ocean Light II Adventures Mothership Kayaking
Ocean Light II Adventures Mothership Kayaking based in Vancouver offers kayaking opportunities along the British Columbia coast while staying in comfort and luxury aboard a luxurious 71-foot sailboat. Expert guides take you amongst the wild islands and deep into coastal fiords and every night after your kayaking adventure, return to the mothership for a warm meal and comfortable bed. Journey into the Gwaii Haanas National Park and see abandoned Haida villages, the magnificent Pacific northwest rain forest, the Northern Great Bear Rainforest for bear viewing, incredible wild and marine life and so much more, it's the adventure of a lifetime with the combination of sailing and kayaking.
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Ocean Light II Adventures
Ocean Light II Adventures based in Vancouver offers the best of exploration on the British Columbian coast, from bears to whales, spawning salmon, sandy beaches and so much more. The magnificent 71 foot sailboat, the Ocean Light II will take you on an eco-adventure journey exploring the natural wonders of the coast, the wildlife and wilderness around British Columbia. This family owned and operated company with over 30 years of coastal experience and conservation focus offers sea kayaking adventures from the mothership, bear viewing the grizzlies of the Khutzeymateen, orca exploration, Great Bear Rainforest Exploring and so much more. Come and enjoy a fascinating adventure on the floating base camp the Ocean Light II, it's where memories are made.
Grizzlies of the Khutzeymateen
Grizzlies of the Khutzeymateen which is perhaps the largest known concentration of grizzlies on the British Columbian coast, and Ocean Light II Adventures based in Vancouver will show you a glimpse of the wonders of the bears in their natural habitat in Canada's largest bear sanctuary, the Khutzeymateen. This three day journey promises amazing bear viewing sites in this protected coastal rainforest where only two outfitters are allowed to operate, and Ocean Light II Adventures is one of them, so book today for the rare privilege of being only one of only 200 people annually that can view these magnificent animals in their natural habitat.
Harmony Family Wellness Centre
Harmony Family Wellness Centre in Vancouver, BC, is a family orientated establishment that provides essential healthcare services that cover a myriad of acute or chronic disorders. Our aim is to help patients live a positive and healthy life by stimulating the natural healing potentials of body and mind and by balancing the body's systems to achieve a state of peace, harmony and wellness. The many services available at Harmony Family Wellness Centre include acupressure, acupuncture, Chinese medicine, massage therapy, yoga therapy to mention just a few. Acupressure and acupuncture is ideally used for pain, digestive issues, poor sleep, poor physical and mental development, although acupressure is a favoured treatment for children. At Harmony Family Wellness Centre we don't just deal with systems, we eliminate the cause of an illness.
Qualicum Beach has beautiful sandy beaches that overlook the Strait of Georgia. It is a great spot to relax while taking in the magnificent view. The Village and the Historic Railway Station are a short walk away.Qualicum Beach is often compared to the town of Carmel, California.
Telegraph Cove is tucked away on the eastern coast of Northern Vancouver Island. In 1912, Telegraph Cove was a one-room station, the northern terminus of a telegraph line that began in Campbell River and stretched from tree to tree along Vancouver Island's east coast. These days, the tiny town is a major destination during the summer months, when the snug little bay bustles with boaters, anglers, campers, kayakers and whale-watchers.
Campbell River is a city in British Columbia on the east coast of Vancouver Island at the south end of Discovery Passage, which lies along the important coastal Inside Passage shipping route. Campbell River claims a population (2006 census) of 29,572 and has long been touted as "the Salmon Capital of the World".
Deep Cove refers to the fjord and a neighbourhood in the easternmost part of the District of North Vancouver, in British Columbia, Canada.
Pacific Palisades Hotel
Visit Pacific Palisades Hotel in English Bay