Thinking of a short and adventurous visit to our wonderful Canadian Wildlife in their natural habitat?
Here’s another example of creating an amazing 3 night-4 days Pre/Post Cruise & Land Tour
Tour depart daily on request
Bagage – Flight Options;
Guests are limited to one suitcase or duffle bag per person with a weight not to exceed 50 lbs (23 kg). Passengers may also bring a small carry-on bag with them.
- 3 nights accommodation on room only basis, a standard unit with 1 bedroom with 2 single beds
- Return scheduled flights between Vancouver South Terminal and Port Hardy Airport
- Return Taxi Transfers between Port Hardy Airport and Telegraph Cove Resort
- Grizzly Bear Expedition including lunch
- Nature Whale Watching Cruise (3-3,5 hours)
- Documents Pack with maps & brochures upon arrival
- Applicable taxes
What’s not included:
- Gratuities to drivers
- Personal expenses and insurance
Day 1: Telegraph Cove
Get on your scheduled flight from Vancouver Airport South Terminal to Port Hardy Airport.
Upon arrival a taxi is waiting for you to transfer you to Telegraph Cove Resort where you will be spending three nights.
Day 2:Telegraph Cove – Grizzly Bear Expedition
Enjoy the majestic Coastal Mountains as we explore the spectacular Knight Inlet to find Grizzly Bears.
We view the bears from the safety and comfort of our big flat bottom viewing boats. Their shallow draught get us in close to where the action is!
Please bring your binoculars and camera!
Lunch is included and we will be out and about for a while…(7am-4pm)
Day 3:Telegraph Cove – Nature /Whale Watching Cruise
We cruise the calm, protected waters of Johnstone Strait & the Blackfish Archipelago on the northeast coast of Vancouver Island. This area is acknowledged as the most accessible and predictable location to see Orca’s (Killer Whales) in the world.
The Northern resident Orca’s typically arrive in this area mid to late June. This beautiful area is home to a wealth of other marine wildlife.Dall’s porpoises, Harbour porpoises, Pacific White-sided dolphins, sea lions, seals, minke whales, humpback whales and grey whales are some of the Marine Mammals we may see during our native cruises.
For Bird watchers, we have many migrating bird species in the Pacific Flyway that include rhinoceros, auklets, pigeon guillemots, harlequin ducks, sooty shearwaters and bald eagles.
Day 4: Telegraph Cove – Vancouver
In the morning the taxi will wait for you to transfer you to Port Hardy Airport for your scheduled flight to Vancouver South Terminal.