Glamping with Grizzlies, 5 Days
$6.545 | SEASON: June 23 - August 27, 2020
- Prime Time Bear Viewing, 4 Days | $4.680 | May 1–September 14, 2020
- Walk with the Bears 4 Days | $4,840 | September 9 - October 12, 2020
Guests will learn much about the bears that few people have had the chance to experience. This is the wild side of nature. Learn about wildlife and the plants and birds that make p the ecosystems of this unique part of the natural world. We will provide you with a unique learning experience with insights into the very soul of Canada’s most iconic mountain features – peaks and grizzlies. It is adventure in a very special place far from the beaten tourist tracks. Our professional guides will ensure a memorable experience in the truly Canadian tradition. Come visit this magical place for the ultimate glamping adventure and an authentic Canadian Wilderness experience.
Departs: Williams Lake, BC
Arrives: Williams Lake, BC
Activity Level: Easy
Max Group Size: Small groups are ideal
Accommodation: The floating glamping lodge equipped with luxury wall tents. The canvas safari tents comprise master suites with ensuite bathrooms, beds with cozy duvets, solar lighting, and amenities like comfy velour robes. Sleeping in the cozy canvas cabins is an intimate experience with nature as you watch the moon’s shadows move over your tent, hear the call of the loon as it echoes across the bay, the splash of rainbow trout. and salmon in the water, and the gentle slap of the water on the nearby shore. Or open the tent flaps for views of the starlit nights and perhaps a glimpse of the aurora borealis as you drift into peaceful sleep in the quiet of the mountain night.
Transport: by vehicle to the lodge. Power boat, kayak and foot power.
Meals: all meals from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast on Day 5
We reserves the right to cancel or modify services as weather and local conditions warrant without notification in the interest of safety of all concerned. We view wild animals in their natural habitat. The animals are totally wild and unhabituated. This is natural wildlife viewing of animals in their natural habitat. There are no viewing platforms and the animals are not enclosed in any wildlife preserve. With natural wildlife viewing there are a numerous variables that are out of our control including weather conditions, natural instincts and movements of the wildlife, and human capabilities. We do not guarantee bear/wildlife sightings, but do our best to put guests in the best place for the best opportunities for viewing wildlife and we have a very high success rate (well over 90%). Guests are required to sign a waiver of liability prior to participation in activities.
- 4 or 3 nights accommodation depending on tour program
- Four/ three breakfasts, 3 / 2 lunches, and 4/3 dinners
- Return transport from the airport to the lodge
- Professional guides
- Necessary motorized equipment (boats, vehicles)
- Orientation and interpretive information
- Wilderness Stewardship Levy
- Guide gratuity
- All Taxes GST/ PST and MRT
- Airfare to Williams Lake - please contact us to arrange this domestic fare
- International air
- Applicable Canadian taxes
- Trip cancellation insurance and extended medical insurance - highly recommended
NOTE: Your are journeying to the backcountry and must be prepared for all types of weather as it can change within minutes in the mountains of British Columbia. Guests must come equipped with warm weatherproof rain gear - jacket, pants and hat, waterproof footwear – hiking boots or shoes, gloves, and clothes you can layer - one piece of which must be a good fleece or wool sweater/jumper. These items are vital to your comfort on the tours. Please refer to the equipment list for full details you will receive at the time of booking. Being properly prepared is your responsibility - once you are at camp there is no opportunity to obtain missing items so please pack carefully to ensure your comfort. Maximum baggage allowance is 50 pounds.