Voyager Water Taxi we transport just about anything we can fit in
our boats safely and efficiently! We are located in Kyuquot
Sound, near the world famous Brooks Peninsula off the West Coast of
Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Our location, in the heart of
some of the best sea kayaking waters in North America, means we shuttle
a lot of excited kayakers (and their kayaks) to their embarkation
point for what surely must be the trip of a lifetime. And we make
sure we are there to greet them when it is time to return to dry land.
Want to go fishing while you're here? Contact BC salmon fishing guide Leo Jack at Voyager Sportfish.com. Leo has lived in Kyuquot Sound on the coast of Vancouver Island since 1962 and has been a fisherman all his life. He knows the waters of Kyuquot Sound like the back of his hand and will lead you to great salmon fishing spots along with the best halibut fishing holes! This remote West coast British Columbia fly-in salmon fishing and halibut fishing paradise is located on the rugged North West outer coast of Vancouver Island, Canada between the world renowned kayaking and fishing grounds of the Brooks Peninsula and Esperanza Inlet / Nootka Sound.
Water Taxi ...
is the Kyuquot Sound transportation service for all your
water taxi and shuttle needs. As well as our daily water taxi service
from Artlish, Fair Harbour, Kyuquot Village and surrounding area we
also offer shuttle service to Kyuquot Sound, Bunsbies, Brooks Peninsula
know Kyuquot Sound and the surrounding waters intimately. We can help
you plan an eco tour that includes whale watching (Killer Whales and
Gray Whales seasonally) and wildlife viewing. We have a wonderful,
large colony of sea otters in the Sound as well as Bald Eagles, Black
Bears, Sea Lions and countless sea birds and marine life.
For a completely natural wilderness camping experience we can help
you pick out the most beautiful beach campsite on the shore of Kyuquot
Sound or the Brooks Peninsula (home to a wonderfully unique eco system
of plants). Well drop you and your gear off at your wilderness
campsite and return to collect you at a pre-arranged time.
First Nations people have lived here for hundreds of years and the
area is rich in British Columbia First Nations culture. The Village
of Kyuquot is a thriving First Nations community that welcomes visitors.
Meet the native elders and see first hand the stunning hand made cedar
bark and grass baskets and bottles and red cedar carvings that are
unique to these indigenous people of Vancouver Islands west
Sound a wilderness experience youll never forget. Count
on Voyager Water Taxi for safe, reliable transportation and good advice. Well never steer you wrong!