The following is the listing of businesses that were in attendance at the networking event held on May 23, 2014 at the Quatse Salmon Stewardship Centre in Port Hardy, BC.
Aboriginal Tourism BC
The provincial aboriginal tourism organization, Aboriginal Tourism BC, is a non-profit, membership-based organization that is committed to growing and promoting a sustainable, culturally rich Aboriginal tourism industry.
Contact: Teresa Ryder
Bear Cove Cottages
Port Hardy’s hot spot for accommodation, adventure, and sport fishing. Offering sport fishing charters, 8 self-contained ocean view cabins, and complete relaxation.
Contacts: Shannon Dayley & Wade Dayley
Great Bear Nature Tours
Grizzly bear viewing excursions in the Great Bear Rainforest. Tours depart from Port Hardy to a beautiful river valley on the central coast of British Columbia. Guests are hosted at a fully-contained floating lodge with wilderness-gourmet fare.
Contacts: Marg Leehane & Jennie Barry
Hook’n Them Up Fishing Charters
Guided salmon, halibut and ling cod sports fishing charters in various areas off the north end of Vancouver Island. Day trips and multi-day fishing packages available.
Contact: Steven Cahill
Kingfisher Wilderness Adventures
Sea kayak tours of Vancouver Island, Haida Gwaii, and the Great Bear Rainforest. Multi-day base camp and excursion trips off the coast of British Columbia. Tours include Kayak With Whales, Whales and Grizzly Bears, Family Orca Waters Kayak, Haida Gwaii Kayak Tours, and Great Bear Rainforest Kayak Expeditions.
Contact: Andrew Jones
Malcolm Island Inn
The Malcolm Island Inn is conveniently located on the waterfront in the heart of historic Sointula. With beachfront access you can walk from the ferry or kayak to the door.
Contact: Robin Smith
Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort
Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is an intimate family owned and operated resort located in the middle of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia. Guests of Nimmo Bay will find themselves exploring the beautiful wilderness either on land, on water, or by flying through the air in a helicopter.
Contact: Craig Murray
North Island Kayak
North Island Kayak provides the opportunity to kayak with killer whales and other wildlife in this spectacular, remote part of British Columbia. Offering kayak rentals, guided half-day, full-day, and multi-day trips out of Telegraph Cove. Base camp and excursion options available. Tours include Orca Sea Kayaking Adventures, Orca and Humpback Sea Kayaking, Broughton Archipelago Kayak Tours and God’s Pocket Sea Otter Kayaking Expeditions.
Contact: Steve Emery
Quatse River Campground
Quatse River Regional Park and Campground has 62 campsites, most with water and electricity, spread throughout an old-growth forested site, bordered on one side by the Quatse River.
Contacts: Ken Hine & Deb Hine
Stubbs Island Whale Watching
Whale watching and marine wildlife tours with Stubbs Island start from historic Telegraph Cove on Northern Vancouver Island and are carried by either the 18 meter (60 foot) aluminum cruiser ‘Lukwa’ or the 12 meter (40 foot) aluminum catamran for a 3.5 hour (approximate) voyage.
Contacts: Heike Weiske & Roger McDonell
Telegraph Cove Marina & Dockside 29
New new over-the-water accommodation at Dockside 29 suites, each with a lovely view of the marina and Johnstone Strait. 48 fully serviced sites at the Telegraph Cove RV Park with ocean and Cove views. Great year round protection from the sometimes rough coastal storms at the 130-slip Telegraph Cove Marina, accommodating boats up to 65′ in length.
Contact: Barb Neilsen
Telegraph Cove Resort
From historic beginnings, the now cozy cabins and cottages that sit along the boardwalk of Telegraph Cove have been relocated from different parts of the British Columbia coast.There is also a campground and RV park located in the old growth forest, and a full service marina.
Contact: Lacy Allen
Tide Rip Grizzly Tours
Grizzly bear day-tours out of Telegraph Cove to the mainland coast of British Columbia.
Contact: Howard Pattinson