Whale Watching in Steveston

West Coast Living Canada

Memories of your whale watching experience will last a lifetime!

Steveston, a historic village on the southwest tip of Lulu Island in Richmond, is named for Manoah Steves. In 1878, Manoah and Martha Steves and their six children were the first non-Aboriginal family to settle in the area after purchasing 121 hectares of land north of Garry Point. In 1880, Manoah’s son William purchased land to develop a townsite known as Steves. By 1890, Steves was known as Steveston and had a church, hotels, retail stores, an opera house, a wharf, and Lulu Island’s first hospital and newspaper.

Steveston Seabreaze Adventures

Steveston Seabreeze Adventures offers Vancouver whale watching and ecological tours from their base in Steveston. They provide the convenience of a free shuttle service when trips are booked, and are located 15 minutes south of Vancouver International Airport. Their whale watching boats offer upper level…

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