About the Sunset on the Salish Sea Tour


  • For nature and sunset lovers.
  • On this tour, you’ll have the opportunity to see whales, seals, birds, and breathtaking sunset views.
  • Available June 15 through August 14.
  • 2.5 to 3.5-hour guided tour depending on sunset
  • Depart from Campbell River at 6:30 pm daily.
  • Heated, covered boat with onboard toilet.
  • Snacks and beverages are included.
  • By taking this tour, you’re supporting an Indigenous-owned and operated social enterprise dedicated to community and environmental stewardship.

Our journey commences with a leisurely cruise through waters that have been ancestral routes for the Homalco people for generations. Keep a watch as we glide over these living waters for the breathtaking sight of humpback and killer (orca) whales, seals, sea lions, eagles and other birds under the evening sun. 

As the sun sets, painting the sky and mountains with shades of orange, pink, and purple, we’ll be in the perfect spot in the Northern Strait of Georgia to witness this stunning spectacle. This moment, shared with fellow explorers and reflecting the essence of the Homalco ancestors, transcends a mere sunset, becoming a vibrant reminder of the beauty and narratives that unite us. 

We conclude our journey under the emerging evening stars, carrying cherished memories and a deeper appreciation of Homalco culture and the diverse ecosystem with which we are privileged to coexist. 

Join us for an unforgettable adventure where heritage meets the splendour of the natural world.

For similar tours, please see our PEOPLE WATER LAND TOUR and SALISH SEA WHALE WATCHING TOUR.

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Tour Details

  • Tour Duration: 2.5 to 3.5 hours (depending on the time of sunset)
  • Departure Time: 6:30 pm daily
  • Boat Facilities: Heated covered boat with onboard toilet
  • Snacks and beverages included
  • Minimum Age: 2 years old
  • Disclaimer: tour departures can be subject to time changes and are weather-dependent

What to Bring

  • Warm layered clothing and rain gear
  • Water bottle (join us in our efforts to reduce single-use plastics)
  • Camera (tripod and monopod restricted)
  • Binoculars
  • Curiosity and a smile


The ecosystem in and around Homalco territory is unparalleled in its beauty and rich diversity—but it’s also incredibly sensitive. As stewards of these lands and waters, it’s our responsibility to protect the natural environment for generations to come. By joining us on a wilderness or cultural tour, you directly contribute to the Homalco First Nation’s conservation and sustainability efforts. For more information, visit our Conservation page.


We know that plans can change. That’s why you can cancel at no charge up to 48 hours before your scheduled tour. Unfortunately, we can’t issue refunds for tours cancelled with less than 48 hours’ notice. Please contact us directly at 250-923-0602 to cancel.