Stephen and I are leaving within the hour to spend a week kayaking in the Broken Group Islands, one of the most stunning playgrounds in the world, for humans and marine wildlife alike.
Update: Find out all about our trip in How to Survive a Family Kayaking Trip in the Broken Group Islands →
What will we see when we’re there? Undoubtedly there will be jaw-dropping views, giant trees, and sunsets like we’ve never seen before. But what I’m really hoping to spot is a few of these creatures.
Will we get lucky and see some of the humpbacks who hang out in the region during the spring and summer?
Or, will a few adorable sea otters come round to play?
I’m always hoping to see a pod of orcas on the hunt. Though it’s not probable, it is very possible, so keep your fingers crossed for us!
The islands have no electricity, no fresh water, and no buildings, so WiFi is out of the question. But once we’re back, we’ll share our stories with you.
Hi, I’m Jane, founder and chief blogger on My Five Acres. I’ve lived in six countries and have camped, biked, trekked, kayaked, and explored in 50! At My Five Acres, our mission is to inspire you to live your most adventurous life and help you to travel more and more mindfully.