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Small-group expeditions exploring the ancient cultures and stunning wildlife of British Columbia's Haida Gwaii Archipelago, Great Bear Rainforest, and Vancouver Island aboard the classic schooner "Passing Cloud".
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Haida Gwaii, one of National Geographic's "20 Places In The World You Must Visit" in 2015!
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This 9-day expedition is dedicated to observing, photographing, and learning about the wildlife and ecosystems of the Great Bear Rainforest, especially salmon, bears, whales, and wolves.
Perched on the edge of the continental shelf, Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve protects rare plants and animals, pristine ecosystems, stunning wildlife, and the deep cultural heritage of the Haida Nation.
Observing, photographing, and simply being amazed by the spectacular populations of whales, dolphins, porpoises, and sea birds that congregate in this region each year is the central focus of this expedition.
An archipelago of more than three hundred islands and islets situated at the centre of Barkley Sound, the Broken Group Islands are the jewel of the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.
Looking for a unique opportunity to explore the BC Coast and hone your photography skills? Join one of our Photography Tours!
The Gulf Island’s lush Douglas fir and arbutus forests, and pockets of the endangered Gary oak ecosystem, are home to more plant species than any other terrestrial ecosystem in coastal British Columbia.
This 9 day expedition explores the coastal ecosystems which make the Great Bear Rainforest Famous. Journey with us through a world of coastal rainforests, glacier-scoured fiords, snow-capped mountains, humpbacks, fin whales, orcas, spirit bears and more.
Join us as we sail back into time to when Captain James Cook stepped ashore on Nookta Island, and discover the unimaginable series of social and ecological events that followed.