Coeur d Alene, ID – Recognized as a leader in whale watching and sea kayak tours to Loreto in Baja California, Mexico, British Columbia Canada’s northern Vancouver Island and Argentine Patagonia, Sea Kayak Adventures Johnstone Strait tours in BC Canada were just listed in the Jan/Feb 2011 issue of National Geographic TRAVELER Magazine’s top whale watching destinations. Their Baja whale watching and kayaking combo tour was also chosen as being one of the “Tours of a Lifetime 2009” by National Geographic TRAVELER magazine.
What makes Sea Kayak Adventures stand out as a leader in sea kayaking and whale watching tours in Baja, BC Canada and Patagonia? First the unique world-class international, national and provincial parks the company is permitted to operate in, and the fact that permits are extremely limited in these special locations.
In Baja, the company operates in Loreto Bay National Park in the Sea of Cortez UNESCO World Heritage Site and out of an exclusive beach base camp in the heart of friendly whale activity in federally protected Magdalena Bay Gray Whale Preserve. In BC Canada, the company has exclusive use of the only lodge in God’s Pocket Provincial Park, which Jacques Cousteau named one of the most diverse and best cold water SCUBA dive site, and the company runs Johnstone Strait tours near Robson Bight Orca Preserve, the only Orca preserve in the world. Newest on the company’s whale watching list is kayaking with Southern Right Whales in their calving lagoon in UNESCO World Heritage Site in Argentina’s Patagonia area. Sea Kayak Adventures is celebrating 18 years in business operating whale watching and sea kayaking tours designed for a wide range of fitness levels, interests, and ages from very active itineraries with kayaking, hiking and snorkeling to more leisurely wildlife viewing that are lodge-based with optional excursions. Please visit the Sea Kayak Adventures Inc website at: www.seakayakadventures.com or call tollfree 1-800-616-1943 or 208-765-3116 for friendly advice and more information about rates, availability and trip options.
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