A one and a half day wildlife adventure that combines some of the very best wildlife viewing opportunities in British Columbia. You will experience our whale watching and grizzly bear tours and enjoy a saving on both when booking our Ultimate BC Wildlife Safari.
This Ultimate Safari is a BC coastal adventure that takes you through the Discovery Passage, surrounding islands, straits and inlets an environment that is host to an amazing range of British Columbia’s wildlife. As we go in search of whales and bears our goal is to give you a memorable insight into their natural behaviour and environment. You will see first hand why we are committed to protecting their natural habitat. Our onboard naturalists, Captains and the Indigenous bear guides from the Homalco First Nations always eager to share their knowledge and stories while ensuring your safety.
Rack Rates: Adult: $594.70 Child (10 + yrs): $559.55 (excludes fees & taxes) CONTACT US
Applicable taxes: 5% GST Applicable fees: 6% Fuel Surcharge Fee + Conservation fees of $22.00 per person. A $2.00 fee for the North Island Marine Mammal Stewardship Association Conservation Fund. This fund supports organizations who conduct marine conservation activities in the region. And a $2.00 fee for Wilderness International. We are proud to be joining the Wilderness International program and will be protecting 2 square metres of rainforest for every guest that joins us on this tour.A $20.00 per person Homalco Conservation Fee. This Conservation Fee supports the Orford fish hatchery in rebuilding native wild salmon populations to enhance healthy bear habitat.
Total Payable including fees & taxes: Adults: $686.90 Child (10&11 yrs): $643.26
Whale and Grizzly Bear tours
On the 16th and 18th September 2018 my husband and I went on each of these tours. Both were outstanding with an excellent crew, comfortable boat and knowledgeable guides. On the whale watch tour we witnessed a spectacular Orca hunt of Pacific white sided Dolphins – it could have featured on a National Geographic programme it was so impressive. On the bear watching trip to Bute Inlet the First Nation guides were welcoming and very informative taking us to a number of sites where we witnessed at least 15 grizzly bears some at quite close quarters, but viewing safely from a viewing platform. Couldn’t have asked for more!
Reviewed by Kath M September 2018 see full review on TripAdvisor