Langara Fishing Adventures


201-4440 Cowley Crescent
Richmond, BC
Canada V7B 1B8

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DRIVING MAPTo Main Office &
YVR South Terminal trip departure.

Toll Free1.800.668.7544




There is a lot more to experience at Langara Island than just fishing.  Be sure to take the time to enjoy all that our incredible corner of the world has to offer.

Wildlife & Whale Watching

Very few places on earth play host to a greater variety of living creatures than Langara Island. We share these waters with Humpback and Killer whales, dolphins, porpoises, sea lions, Bald Eagles and a countless variety of fish, birds and marine mammals.  

The whale populations here are among the highest in the world – rare is the trip that does not feature several sightings.  In fact, every year Langara plays host to a team of marine mammal researchers who come here to study the whales of Langara Island.

Haida Culture

The Langara Island area was once home to numerous villages and fishing outposts of the native Haida people.  The largest settlement was the village of Kiusta, located on the north shore of Graham Island, across Parry Passage from our Lodge.

During most of our season, Langara guests can tour this ancient village, walking past the moss-shrouded remains of longhouses and viewing the unique triple-mortuary totem pole of Kiusta’s Chief Edenshaw.


Langara guests have the opportunity to see and explore areas of Haida Gwaii that few people have ever visited.  On a morning, afternoon, or all day excursion, helicopter tours can take small groups to remote and scenic areas of the Islands to enjoy beachcombing, hiking or spectacular aerial sightseeing.

Langara Field Guide
Why Langara Island?

High 12°C / 54°F

Low 10°C / 50°F

Langara Island
Langara Field Guide