Princess Louisa Inlet Tour

Princess Louisa Inlet Boat Tour
Tour time: approximately 8 hours
All prices based on weather/sea conditions, number of passengers, and time spent at destination on standby. Please call 604-740-2486 and we will help you plan your adventure.

Princess Louisa Provincial Marine Park is located approximately 45 miles northeast of Madeira Park, one of the most splendid trips you can take in BC, to the tranquil paradise tucked into the Coast Mountains on the BC mainland.

Princess Louisa Marine Provincial Park on the Sunshine Coast has a charm and scenic beauty that must be seen and experienced to be fully appreciated. Voted the “most scenic natural anchorage” in the world, the Marine Park is located in the Princess Louisa Inlet and is accessible by boat or plane only – there are no public roads. The only entrance to the Marine Park is through the Malaspina Strait by way of Jervis Inlet.

This 65-hectare park offers a unique setting with tranquil waters surrounded by a magnificent granite-walled gorge. Cut by a glacier, the walls rise to heights in excess of 2,100 metres. Tumbling 45 metres at the head of the inlet is the beautiful Chatterbox Falls, one of the most visited and celebrated nautical destinations in British Columbia.

Princess Louisa Inlet, referred to as Suivoolot or “sunny and warm” by natives, serves an active part in native lore for groups such as the Sechelt Nation. As placid as a mountain lake, the ocean waters of Princess Louisa Inlet move constantly with the tides, but currents are practically non-existent except for the seven to ten knot Malibu Rapids at the entrance.

Bring a lunch a change of clothing and a camera for a spectacular day to remember.

The forecast for V0N 2H0 by WP Wunderground