Telegraph Cove is named for a coastal telegraph station built a century ago.
Kayaking into Telegraph Cove
This renowned whale watching outpost retains it’s original character as one of the West Coast’s last remaining boardwalk communities.
Guided kayak, cultural, wildlife & grizzly bear tours depart regularly during the May to October season. Johnstone Strait is known as one of the likeliest places in the world to see orcas in the wild. Stay in cabins, condos, campgrounds and RV parks. Hire a pro for sports fishing expeditions Or moor pleasure craft in full-service marinas.
Telegraph Cove is approximately 466km/290 miles and will take approximately 6 hours +/- of driving. Beautiful drive … well worth it if you have the time.
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I've lived in Victoria over 30 years and I still can't believe how great this city really is! My husband, Bruce, and I have traveled the world but coming home to Victoria is still quite often a celebration. Together, we want to share our love of the city and the area by giving you an 'insider's' insights of where to go - what to do - and how to get there!