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Swim With The Seals In Vancouver
If you’re interested in going on an excursion that is unique as well as awesome, try swimming with the seals. Kayak in Howe Sound and snorkel with seals during a fun half-day multi-activity eco-adventure at Pam Rocks.
Board your boat in Vancouver and head north. Go to the upper deck and enjoy the stunning coastline views. Pam Rocks is a group of rocks sitting in the middle of Howe Sound. It is home to a colony of seals as well as being a well-known bird breeding area. The seals like to lie on the rocks in the sun.
Don your wetsuit and snorkeling gear and get into the water. Watch the seals from a respectful distance with your snorkel guide. Have a close encounter with harbor seals in their natural habitat.
Board the boat again and enjoy hot soup and snacks on your way to your second stop. You’ll then have the chance to snorkel more or kayak. Paddle at your own pace along the big cliffs and rocky shore. Watch as thee seals pop their heads up out of the water to get a look at you.
You can wear a floatation jacket if you feel you’re not a strong swimmer. No kayaking or snorkeling experience is necessary. If you don’t want to get wet, you can opt to stay on the boat and sightsee from there.
Be sure to bring a camera and take photos of the seals sunning themselves on the rocks and moving through the water. You can also get pictures of the breathtakingly beautiful scenery on your return to Vancouver.
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