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Canada’s grizzly bears. Pacific white-sided dolphins dance alongside the bow of our boat, Sea Wolf, as we make the one hour and 45 minute journey from Port McNeill or the First Nations’ village of Alert Bay into the beautiful territory of the Musg̱a̱makw Dzawada̱’enux̱w. Eagles soar overhead and wolves roam the shell-strewn beaches where ancient villages were once occupied by our people. Enjoy a continental breakfast as we navigate waters favoured by migrating orcas, and listen to your guide’s Indigenous interpretation of local landscapes. After lunch, our traditionally trained guides chart us past old village sites, the birthplace of our ancestors, in the Broughton Archipelago."}” data-sheets-userformat=”{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}”>Get up close and personal with British Columbia’s grizzly bears on an intimate and immersive wildlife watching experience. Join First Nation guides on a tour through the awe-inspiring waterways of their people’s traditional territories.

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Join with us to reconnect with nature and learn about First Nations culture in an all-in-one experience that combines respectful wildlife viewing with a sustainable tour through the super natural scenery of northern Vancouver Island and coastal mainland BC.

Low volume tours take a maximum of twelve guests on authentic adventures through the natural habitat of Western Canada’s grizzly bears. Pacific white-sided dolphins dance alongside the bow of our boat, Sea Wolf, as we make the one hour and 45 minute journey from Port McNeill or the First Nations’ village of Alert Bay into the beautiful territory of the Musg̱a̱makw Dzawada̱’enux̱w. Eagles soar overhead and wolves roam the shell-strewn beaches where ancient villages were once occupied by our people. Enjoy a continental breakfast as we navigate waters favoured by migrating orcas, and listen to your guide’s Indigenous interpretation of local landscapes. After lunch, our traditionally trained guides chart us past old village sites, the birthplace of our ancestors, in the Broughton Archipelago.

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  • Safe grizzly bear viewing
  • Traveling the sheltered waters of the Broughton Archipelago in search of coastal land and marine wildlife
  • Local Indigenous history; viewing pictographs and shell midden beaches that are signs of ancient villages
  • Viewing the oldest standing Big House in Canada, erected in 1887, and learn the interesting history of this ancient and culturally significant place Supporting local Indigenous Communities and making the ethical choice Cultural sustainability Safe.
  • We offer family grizzly bear viewing Low volume tours

Entry prices:

$485 CAD per person (regular tour) 12 ppl max and $3000 CAD per family grizzly tour 6 ppl max

Facilities:

Suitable for families
Guided Tours
Safari
Wildlife activities
Photography opportunities
Outdoor pursuits
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