Tag Archives: Orca Camp Life

Building Orca Camp

In just a few days we’ll be heading to the Johnstone Strait – the whales are back and we will be too, to set up camp on the shores of Warden Beach, one of the best places in the world to see Orcas in the wild.
Warden BeachWarden Beach at the mouth of Robson Bight Ecological Reserve – the closest base camp to the …

The Only Mobile Device You’ll Need

On an Orca Camp Holiday, this is the only mobile device you’ll need:
Kayakcloseup
Actually, that’s not entirely true…you also need some paddles. But once you’re kitted out, well, that’s when the magic of Orca Camp really unfolds.
paddling back to camp, the sun high up

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  • Dinner’s On!

    Spot prawn season just opened in BC’s coastal waters – for six to eight short weeks each spring and early summer you can dine on this local BC delicacy – we like ours prepared simply: bathed in butter and sautéed in garlic – mmm-mmm good! Is there really anything better? We don’t think so!
    Spot prawn season got us thinking about the meals we share around the campfire or at Orca Camp’s Beach Café.
    Beach Cafe

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  • Orca Camp – Where Time Slows Down (and so do you)

    panorama lunch beach
    We spend a lot of time staring out at the water at Orca Camp. Searching for signs of Orca activity, their slippery dorsal fins slicing the Johnstone Strait’s steely blue waters; hoping to see the unmistakable puff of wet air rising like a small cloud above a mammoth Humpback before it slips below the surface. Deadlines and endless to-do lists seem to just melt away at the coast, leaving you …