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Combining urban and wilderness settings, this adventure is a great introduction to British Columbia and its native wildlife.
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Meals: 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 dinners
Accommodation: 4 nights hotel & 2 nights lodge
Transportation: Round-trip scheduled flights between Vancouver & Campbell River, seaplane flights between Campbell River & the Lodge, shared airport shuttle transfers in Campbell River
Sightseeing: Flyover Canada admission, Vancouver Highlights tour, grizzly & black bear viewing tours, interpretive presentations and other lodge activities as offered.
*Price is per person based on twin share and does not include flights unless specified. Please speak to our team or view our terms and conditions for more information.
Daily, Mid May – Mid October
Vancouver effortlessly blends stunning coastlines and mountains with a modern, bustling atmosphere, while the Great Bear Rainforest is home to many First Nations communities as well as abundant wildlife including grizzly and black bears, whales, otters and more.
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Participate in world class grizzly and black bear viewing experiences.
Stay at a floating lodge in a secluded wilderness location.
Take in the sights and sounds of cosmopolitan Vancouver on a guided small group tour.
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Welcome to Vancouver, a city surrounded by mountains, rainforests and coastlines. Today is at leisure to settle in and explore.
Explore both downtown Vancouver and its neighboring North Shore all in one day. Today’s sightseeing tour features all the most popular city sites including Stanley Park and Granville Island, combined with a visit to the North Shore.
Head to the airport today for the short but scenic flight to Vancouver Island, and the charming fishing port of Campbell River. The remainder of the day is at leisure to explore the town.
It’s time to go find some bears! Transfer from your hotel in Campbell River to the floatplane dock ready to board your flight to the lodge. Strap in and enjoy the stunning scenery as the pilot navigates towards the remote wilderness setting.
After arriving at the lodge, it’s time for an orientation and safety briefing as well as a fitting for your all-weather outerwear, before an afternoon boat ride.
In the late afternoon, when the bears are most active, you’ll head out on the first 3-hour bear viewing session. Bear viewing can be either by boat, or from platform viewing stands, depending on the season.
Back at the lodge you’ll enjoy a delicious dinner, followed by an interpretive program with the knowledgeable guides. (L)(D)
Today is full of possibilities. Of course, there will be more bear viewing tours, but you can also choose to fill your day with guided wildlife tracking walks, marine wildlife viewing trips, kayaking, bird watching or just relaxing at the lodge. Tasty gourmet meals and snacks will be provided to keep you energized for your adventures, and another interpretive program will be on offer this evening. (B)(L)(D)
Sadly, it’s time to say farewell to the bears. After breakfast, you’ll take another scenic floatplane flight back to Campbell River, then an onwards flight back to Vancouver.
After your time in the wilderness, return to Vancouver for a final night before your journey home. Perhaps check out the city’s fantastic nightlife and dining options. (B)
The adventure ends this morning as you check-out and continue your onward or homebound journey. If time permits, some last-minute shopping this morning is highly recommended.
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