Prince Rupert

Located on Kaien Island, Prince Rupert, which has one of the world's largest deepwater terminals, is the cultural centre of the Tsimshian-speaking First Nations people. Prince Rupert offers a great variety of accommodation, restaurants, camping, kayak rentals, whale-watching, archaeological tours and an excellent golf course. Fishing, crabbing and prawning are world-class.

Photo 1 credit: Destination BC/Mike Seehagel 
Photo 2,3,4,5,9,10 credit: Destination BC/Andrew Strain 
Photo 8 credit: Destination BC/Dave Silver 
Photo 11,12,15 credit: Destination BC/Grant Harder 
Photo 14 credit: Destination BC/Jong Sun Park

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Top 5 things to do

  • Learn more about Aboriginal culture
  • Go on a grizzly bear or whale-watching adventure
  • View petroglyphs along the shores
  • Visit Cow Bay to shop and dine
  • Hike in old-growth forests

Featured Prince Rupert Activities

Prince Rupert Adventure Whale-Watching Tour

Prince Rupert Adventure Whale-Watching Tour

Experience magnificent displays of wildlife.

Prince Rupert Adventure Grizzly Bear Tour

Prince Rupert Adventure Grizzly Bear Tour

The pristine wilderness of the Khutzeymateen Valley is also known as the "Valley of the Grizzly".

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