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Full Day Big Animal Encounter

$189
$189
  • We’ll ply the waters in search of the biggest and most exciting marine animals in Desolation Sound and the Salish Sea. On our full day trips we’ll provide you with a lunch and refreshments in addition to plenty of opportunity to stop for breaks at interesting and historical sites in this beautiful area.
  • Kids under 14: $149
  • Free shuttle pick up available
  • Transport Canada certified
  • Boxed lunch, drinks & snacks included

Half Day Wildlife Adventure

$129
$129
  • We’ll cruise the local inlets, bays and tidal rapids in search of large marine animals. We’ll provide you snacks and refreshments while we look for humpback whales, orca whales, playful sealions, harbour seals, colourful seabirds and maybe even catch dolphins riding our bow wake.
  • Kids under 14: $109
  • Free shuttle pick up available
  • Transport Canada certified
  • Gift shop

Two Hour Sunset Cruise

$85
$85
  • Join us for a late afternoon cruise in the beautiful Salish Sea and Johnstone Straight. You’ll have the possibility of seeing a multitude of marine life including eagles, sea birds, sealions, seals, dolphins, and maybe even a whale transiting through the area.
  • Kids under 14: $65
  • Free shuttle pick up available
  • Transport Canada certified
  • Gift shop

Snorkeling With Seals

$129
$129
  • Want to get a little closer to the locals? Then jump in for a real adventure! During certain times of the year you can also come face to face with the inquisitive steller sealions that call this area home. A half day animal encounter like no other experience you’ve had! (Ages 8+)
  • Kids 8-13: $99
  • Free shuttle pick up available
  • Transport Canada certified
  • Includes wetsuit, mask, snorkel & fins rental

What kind of tours do you offer?

  • Half Day Whale Watching / Wildlife Adventure
  • Full Day Big Animal Encounter
  • Two Hour Sunset Cruise
  • Scuba Diving Charters
  • Snorkel with Seals

How do I find your boats?

Easy! We have two awesome boats, in two great locations:

  • Our Campbell River boat can be found right outside our store in Discovery Harbour.
  • Whilst our other vessel can be found in Comox Harbour.

See bottom of the page for maps!

What do I need to bring?

We supply full survival suits for our zodiacs trips, but you may want to bring one or tow  items depending on the whether:

  • Dry Bag / Backpack
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat / Sunglasses
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Money for gift souvenirs!

Do I need to sign anything?

Yes you do! You can download it here, print it and bring it along with you. But don’t worry if you forget, we’ll have some on hand once you get here.

What do you provide?

  • Snacks / Drinks
  • Box Lunch where applicable
  • Full safety equipment as required by Transport Canada
  • Heated Cabin and toilet on our larger boat
  • The fun!!!

I've heard your boats are awesome!

Yes, yes they are! ‘ATA-Tude’ is an aluminum boat built especially for diving in the Pacific Northwest. It’s a comfortable, spacious, has a heated cabin and was built for awesome days out!

‘Fast Forward’ is our new rigid hulled inflatable that will take you on a breath taking adventure across our oceans. It will leave you grinning from ear to ear. Really – it’s enormous fun!

Sounds amazing. How do I reserve a space?

The quickest and easiest way to is phone us during office hours on:

Courtenay: 250 338 6829

Campbell River: 250 914 3483

Or use our toll free reservations line: 1-877-800-DIVE

Alternatively, you can email us at: info@scubashark.com

Or you can drop by and speak to us at:

Courtenay: 101-2270 Cliffe Avenue

Campbell River: 129-1340 Island Highway

Environmental Stewardship is one of our core values, both above and below the oceans surface. Our mission is to work with passion for the protection of all wildlife as we encourage our guests to explore with a purpose of becoming more involved in education, conservation, and sustainability.

Phone now to reserve a seat on Vancouver Island’s Whale Watching Adventure 1-877-800-3483

Courtenay / Comox Boat Location

Campbell River Boat Location