Scuba diving

In the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, at the mouth of Knight Inlet, lies a 30,000 acre protected marine sanctuary called the Broughton Archipelago Marine Park. The region is world famous for wildlife viewing for Grizzly bears, Orca and Humpback whales. 

What is not well known is that the underwater world of the Archipelago also features some of the most rich, bio-diverse and enticing cold water diving opportunities to be found in the Northern Hemisphere. Fed by a large daily tidal exchange from the Pacific Ocean, the underwater habitat here is a feast of colour and life with creatures both large and small. From Steller sea lions, Giant Pacific octopus and Harbour seals to sponges, urchins, anemones, rockfish and king crabs. 

All photos below taken by Maxwel Hohn while at Farewell Harbour Lodge.

Kelp forests are amazing!      

Farewell Harbour Lodge is offering a unique dive program to put Farewell Harbour Lodge and the Broughton Archipelago on the global dive map. Powered by the diving expertise of senior dive professionals and trip leaders, Farewell Harbour has developed a unique and exciting lodge-based dive program to explore the rich, underwater world of the Broughton Archipelago. Our dive program is being offered as a Scuba Dive Package and is not currently available as an add-on activity.

For more information, please fill out the short form on our Contact page and we'll get right back to you with pricing and program details!
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