Canada has wonderful wildlife, most notably bears - black, grizzly, Kermode and polar, and whales - orca, humpback, beluga and minke. There is also an amazing variety of birdlife, from bald eagles to puffins! Be tempted by some of these itineraries, or spend even one day bear viewing or whale watching. When you see your first orca or your first grizzly, it's definitely one of those magical moments!
Summer in Churchill, Manitoba, means beluga whales, birds, flowers, history and culture.
Start and finish at Williams Lake, BC
Located on the Pacific Flyway, British Columbia is a birding paradise so bring your camera and your curiosity and visit us in central British Columbia where over 200 species of birds make their homes in the Cariboo Mountains.
Gary Zorn has a passion for the big bears – the grizzlies. With Gary you will meet the Cariboo Mountains grizzly bears in their wild natural habitat.
From May through October, you can experience world –class wildlife viewing from Port Hardy to the central coast of British Columbia. Known as the Great Bear Rainforest, this area is one of the best places in the world to observe grizzly bears and other wildlife such as wolves, black bears, otters, pine martins, mink and bald eagles.
Located on the western shore of Hudson Bay and not accessible by road lies the small northern seaport of Churchill, Manitoba. Travelling on a Tundra Buggy is the most comfortable and safe way to experience polar bears in their natural environment.