Frequently Asked Questions...

Where is Toba Inlet?

Toba Inlet is located just 2 hours from Campbell River,  on the central coast of British Columbia. Inaccessible by car, the area           is isolated and remote and requires boat transportation. There is a dock in Toba Inlet where you will disembark from your boat.


Can children participate?

Yes children ages 10 years and over can join our tours - however, each Tour Operator may have an age limit, so be sure to check while booking.


I have limited mobility, can I still take a tour?

Each guest will need to be able to board and disembark their boat off of a stationary dock. Once at Toba Inlet,
are transported by shuttle to the viewing towers. There is one tower which is ramp accessible - all others
 guests to maneuver stairs. Please check with your tour provider for boat specifications related to


Are there bathrooms in Toba Inlet?

Yes, as well as most of our tour operators have one on their vessel that you will be transported to Toba in.


Can I take pictures?

Yes! Of course we wouldn't want to stop you from capturing these special moments. All we ask is to turn your shutter sound off if possible, to ensure optimal viewing for everyone.


Where can I gather more information on the Klahoose Nation?

Please visit for any additional information regarding Klahoose First Nations and their history.

Do I need to stay with my tour group for the whole time I am in Toba Inlet?

Yes - to ensure your safety and the safety of your fellow guests, you must remain with your tour group during your
time in Toba Inlet. You must follow the guide's instructions and ask questions if you have any concerns.


I would like to purchase souvenirs - where can I do this?

In our gift shop in Toba or Online here on our website. Samples of merchandise can be viewed and ordered on site or online by clicking the STORE link below. Door to Door shipping can also be arranged. Card and Cash are both accepted in Toba's Gift Shop.


Language issues
Safety instructions, along with basic information on the Klahoose First Nation, will be available in the following
languages: English, French, German and Dutch. 



Each Tour Operator has their own hospitality service - be sure to check while making your reservations. Please
noteno eating is permitted in the viewing platform.