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The area is part of Pacific Rim National Park and contains hundreds of wilderness islands no larger than 2 km (1.3 mi.) across.
Clayoquot Sound abound with islands ringed with surf-swept beaches, making this a beachcomber's and kayakers paradise.
Islands and intricate waterways beneath towering mountains...lush, coastal temperate forests...wilderness alive with eagles, ravens, salmon, bears and wolves...
Our grizzly, whale and Pacific wildlife program.
Enjoy the Great Bear Rainforest at Great Bear Lodge, located 50 air miles from Port Hardy, British Columbia. It is a place of spectacular beauty where one can still find the silence and solitude of a long gone era.
Haida Gwaii (once named the Queen Charlotte Islands) are one of the richest biological and cultural areas in North America.
Orcas of Johnstone Strait. Also known as Robson Bight, a narrow passage that separates Vancouver Island from the British Columbia mainland, the areas is rich in scenery and marine life other than whales.
Encounters with porpoises, grey whales and occasionally killer whales in this food rich habitat is an experience of a lifetime.
Spend three days exploring these island gems and venture across to the virtually uninhabited Valdez Island with its magnificent sandstone cliffs, inviting hiking trails, beautiful beaches and mysterious caves.
The waters off the west coast of Vancouver Island offers the intrepid kayaker some of the best paddling in the world.
Experience the First Nations culture of the Kwakwaka'wakw in Alert Bay. Get up close with the whales and unique marine environment onboard an expedition boat.
Be part of the migration as we follow birds off the beaten path.
Journey to Churchill, the "Polar Bear capital of the world" and view at close range an astounding concentration of polar bears in their natural environment.
Polar Bears of Churchill. For millennium, the Arctic's most magnificent animals have gathered along the western shores of Hudson Bay each October and November to wait for the ice to freeze to begin their annual seal hunt.
Churchill wildlife adventure!. The excitement of being on the water in open air boats amongst the whales is unparalleled.
Travel with us to the southern tip of Canada as we watch for birds as they arrive along the shores of Lake Erie
Experience the rugged and beautiful St. Lawrence River area during the summer peak of whale and marine life activity.
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