Join conservationist Mark Carwardine and Wildlife Worldwide founder Chris Breen for our 2018 Festival of Bears at Knight Inlet Lodge to see the grizzly bears of the Great Bear Rainforest at prime time.
British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest is a convoluted maze of fjords and estuaries dotted with islands covered with lush, temperate coastal forest of western hemlock and red cedar, overlooked by towering mountains. This vast wilderness is home to 10,000 year old native cultures, and is alive with bears, wolves, eagles, ravens and salmon. Within this forest significant populations of brown (or grizzly) and black bears are supported by the abundant food provided by the annual salmon run.
You will be accompanied by award-winning photographer, broadcaster, writer, conservationist and zoologist Mark Carwardine, together with Wildlife Worldwide founder Chris Breen, on an exclusive experience for which we take over the entire lodge. In addition to twice daily bear-watching activities, there are opportunities to see humpback and orca whales, bald eagles, and even - with luck - wolves in this enchanting wilderness setting.
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This is a group trip with fixed departure dates. Please refer to our website for further information.
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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