Canada is a wonderland for nature lovers. If that's you, we can let you know the best times for watching a mother grizzly bear teach her cubs how to fish, seeing two polar bears spar on the frozen tundra, or holding your breath as an orca whale moves effortlessly past your boat and through the water.
Your camera may capture the polar bear’s elemental beauty, but only your imagination can comprehend its raw power. Ask us about the best time of year to travel north.
The town of Churchill, on the shores of Hudson Bay, is the polar bear capital of the world. Enjoy prime viewing from the comfort and safety of your tundra buggy.
The Inuit people of the Arctic call the polar bear Nanuk, meaning ‘Animal Worthy of Great Respect’. Others say ‘Titan of the Tundra’. Whatever you call it, awe is what you will feel upon first encountering this mighty animal. This is truly a once in a lifetime encounter.
A large population of grizzlies can be found in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, a vast tract of wilderness more than twice the size of Northern Ireland. This is the home of the Spirit Bear and the only place in the world to see them.
Imagine being just a few yards away from a thousand pounds of pure primordial power. Fear not, view grizzlies in the wild safely and in comfort on one of our professionally guided tours.
Canada is one of the best places in the world to see these magnificent animals in their natural habitat. Getting up close to them will forever change your idea of excitement. Grizzlies are best viewed between May and September as they roam the shorelines in search of salmon.
You can see whales all year round, and we recommend trips in March and April to see migrating gray whales or in May and June for humpbacks.
British Columbia is home to one of the largest resident population killer whales in the world.
Few of nature’s spectacles can compare with the sight of a colossal whale breaching the waters off Canada’s coastlines. These waters are home to orcas, humpbacks, grey whales and minkes, as well as dolphins, porpoises, seals, sea lions, otters and more. Whether off the coast of Newfoundland or British Columbia, wildlife watching on the water is one of our most popular trips.