The Queen Charlotte Islands have been acquiring, over time, the name of the "Galapagos" of Canada as its flora and fauna is unique. In any case, every year it becomes more evident that the true soul of the islands are themselves. The locals suffered terribly with the arrival of the Westerners . Now, however, their culture is resurfacing and many more traces of their past can be found than the typical iconic totem poles.
The protection of the environment is very important, since one of its great concerns is the maintenance of its continuously growing tropical forest. In this jungle, you will find some of the largest firs and cedars in the world. In the midst of this low population density, and with such a wildly beautiful place, it is normal that the entire area has become home to bald eagles, bears, etc.
On the high seas , sea lions and killer whales are the “kings” of the area. Recently, blue whale watching has started to be enjoyed. Visitors who come to the area to spend a few days off, end up confessing that they are trapped by its charm, culture and people. Most of the activities are carried out inside the National Park reserve.
This park occupies the lower third of the archipelago. Named by National Geographic Traveler as “the park of North America” this beautiful and unspoiled part of the Queen Charlotte Islands will allow you to find beauty in its purest form.