So much to see you might miss a few bites.


Our focus is on fishing, but there is so much more to discover at Langara Island. Be sure to take the time to enjoy all that our incredible corner of the world has to offer.

Wildlife & Whale Watching

As the centrepiece to one of the world’s richest marine environments, nature is on display in rare abundance at Langara Island. We share these waters with Humpback and Killer whales, dolphins, porpoises, eagles, and countless other species.

The whale populations here are among the highest in the world – rare is the trip that does not feature several sightings. In fact, every year we play host to a team of marine mammal researchers who use Langara Island as a base for observations.

Haida Culture

The Langara Island area was once home to numerous villages and fishing outposts of the native Haida people. The site of the largest settlement, Kiusta Village, can be explored on a guided tour during most of our season. Highlights include the moss-shrouded remains of longhouses and the unique triple-mortuary totem pole of Kiusta’s Chief Edenshaw.

Island Exploring

Unforgettable sights are everywhere around Langara Island — from one of BC’s last manned lighthouses, to ancient forests carpeted in moss, expansive beaches, and unique rock formations carved by centuries of wind and waves.