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Whales & Bears of British Columbia

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If you're into nature, this is the tour for you. Had an amazing time. British Columbia's nature is t ...
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Operator Exodus Travels Premier This operator is consistently delivering tours which receive customer ratings above 4.5 on average.
  • Activities Marine wildlife & Wildlife +2 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Lodge & Resort
  • Transport Ferry, Bus, Boat & Minibus
  • Age Range16+ years old
days10 From US$ 5,149
SaveUS$ 257
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5 - Excellent
Based on 7 customer reviews
Amazing Tour Reviewed Tour: Whales & Bears of British Columbia
5 - Excellent
  • Ann S.
  • From USA
“If you're into nature, this is the tour for you. Had an amazing time. British Columbia's nature is truly fantastic. Our guide was knowledgeable, and the overall tour was very well planned and carried out.”
Whales, Bears and WOW Reviewed Tour: Whales & Bears of British Columbia
5 - Excellent
“A brilliant trip, with chance to see huge amounts of the stunning British Columbia Landscapes and lots of wildlife. We were very lucky with the weather, a great group, a top tour leader and wildlife that wanted to show off all of the time.”
Whales & Bears of British Colombia Reviewed Tour: Whales & Bears of British Columbia
5 - Excellent
“What an absolutely fantastic wildlife experience. Can you imagine how wonderful it is to witness, Gray Whales, Humpback Whales, diving and blowing and Orca (Killer) Whales. To watch a pod of Orcas breaching, a acrobatic performance which would win a Gold medal in any ones games.To stand and watch wild bears feasting on huge Salmon, oblivious to us viewing. (Well, most of the time!!). This is a wildlife and photographic trip not to be missed. You can add, sightings of Bald Eagles, the list is almost endless.”