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West Coast Expeditions

wildlife tours, indigenous culture, paddling

wildlife tours, indigenous culture, paddling

Connect ~ Experience ~ Refresh. Savour the best of base camp sea kayaking, professionally guided kayak expeditions and family kayaking tours. Ocean kayak with sea otters while eagles soar overhead. Participate in local Indigenous culture. Located in Kyuquot, on the remote northwest coast of Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Convenient transportation included from Courtenay, Comox, and Campbell River. We have been established leaders in marine education and sea kayaking tours since 1972, recognized by Destination Canada and Destination BC as offering a Canadian Signature Experience, and the first sea kayak tour company in Canada to be achieve the Green Tourism Gold Award.

Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island

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U'mista Cultural Centre

shopping, museums & heritage sites, indigenous culture

shopping, museums & heritage sites, indigenous culture

Due to Covid19 U'mista will be open for reduced hours and occupancy and no public washroom available at this time. U'mista Cultural Centre is one of the longest-operating and most successful First Nations cultural facilities in BC, founded in 1980 as a ground breaking project to house potlatch artifacts which had been seized by government during an earlier period of cultural repression. The return of the potlatch artifacts not only provided U'mista's name ('the return of something important'), and sparked a general trend toward repatriation of First Nations and cultural artifacts, it caused the creation of a physical facility and human resources infrastructure which have been successfully operated for over two decades.U'mista now operates a modern museum and cultural education facility in Alert Bay. Their operations include the museum, an extensive art gallery and gift shop, group tours, and presentations by dance troupes.

Vancouver Island

Alert Bay

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Aboriginal Journeys Wildlife and Adventure Tours

wildlife tours, whale watching, sightseeing, indigenous culture

wildlife tours, whale watching, sightseeing, indigenous culture

A locally and family owned tour company located in Campbell River, British Columbia. See Killer Whales (Orcas), Dolphins, Humpback Whales Eagles, Black Bears and other Marine Wildlife in their natural environment on our Marine Wildlife and Whale Watching Journeys. In late summer and early fall we offer Grizzly Bear Journeys. On our Grizzly Bear Journey in Campbell River, we travel aboard our high-speed, covered vessel to Toba Inlet in search of Grizzly Bears. You will see pristine river valleys which are home to these magnificent animals. Upon arrival we will board a tour bus and drive to specially designed bear viewing platforms and some open viewing areas, which is situated along the river and ideal for viewing the mighty grizzlies. Here youll have the opportunity to witness firsthand the autumn ritual of bears feasting on spawning salmon in Canadas true wilderness. Observation platforms offer great views and security so you can have a look into the lives of these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. Travel through some of the worlds strongest Ocean Rapids and learn a little about the local First Nations history and culture as well. Enjoy breathtaking Nature viewing boat tours throughout the Discovery Passage, Johnstone Strait and Mainland Inlet areas. We have a 27 foot covered vessel with a open viewing deck and onboard washroom and heater. Our experienced and locally born Transport Canada certified guides have a minimum 40 years experience working and traveling within these waters. We look forward in creating long lasting memories for you and your families. Our floating office is located at the Discovery Harbour Marina (G Dock)in Campbell River. Please use the South ramp. "A Spectacular Adventure Awaits!" CAMPBELL RIVER's longest running Whale Watching and Grizzly Bear tour company. Established in 2000.

Vancouver Island

Campbell River

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Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre

indigenous culture, museums & heritage sites

indigenous culture, museums & heritage sites

Vancouver Island

Quadra Island

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Ksan Campground

campgrounds & rv parks, indigenous culture

campgrounds & rv parks, indigenous culture

We here at the 'Ksan Campground welcome guests with open arms. Come here for tenting sites and full service sites. We are located near the Historical Pioneer Village of Hazelton and directly beside the Ksan Historic Museum and Village. Our small little town has various places for tourists to wander to and explore. Also, right down the street from us is the Tri-Town Theatre showing modern movies at VERY competitive prices. Come stay with us! If you have questions, feel free to call or email us and we will help you.

Northern British Columbia

Hazelton

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Tzoonie Wilderness Resort

spas & wellness, paddling, hiking, biking, resorts & wilderness lodges, indigenous culture

spas & wellness, paddling, hiking, biking, resorts & wilderness lodges, indigenous culture

There are very few wilderness destinations, reasonably close to large urban areas , that are not accessible by road and offer authentic wilderness. Tzoonie is such a destination and included in the price is boat transportation to our resort. We offer the usual amenities, i.e. kayaks, paddle boards, canoes, bikes, etc . More importantly, access to many kilometers of abandoned logging trails and beach loaded with shellfish and more. We provide the expertise and tools - you provide the appetite! Our waterfront cabins and wall tents offer spectacular views of inlet and mountains. We usually limit occupancy to max of 12 guests to ensure privacy, peace and quiet. For star gazers, you can enjoy a unique experience following the spectacular display in the sky meld with the " fire in the water", an indigenous term for the phosphorescence which brings the ocean to life caused by the movement of marine fish and other critters. Next morning join your host by the campfire for the best coffee ever

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

Sechelt

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Witset (Moricetown) RV Park & Campground

indigenous culture, campgrounds & rv parks

indigenous culture, campgrounds & rv parks

The newly redeveloped 40-site Witset RV Park & Campground (formerly known as Moricetown) stands on a plateau surrounded by snow-capped mountains, overlooking the beautiful Widzin Kwah Canyon and conveniently located on the popular Yellowhead Highway 16 circle tour route to Alaska. We are now proudly the first accessible campground in British Columbia

Northern British Columbia

Moricetown

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The Raven's Nest Resort & Campground

campgrounds & rv parks

campgrounds & rv parks

We offer 25 spacious campsites and 8 log cabins for nightly stays from May - October. The campsites are unserviced and include a picnic table and fire ring. The campground has outhouses and water for hand washing. Each cabin will have bathrooms with showers and hot water, a kitchenette and loft.

Kootenay Rockies

Fairmont Hot Springs

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Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Oyster Bay

hotels

hotels

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Oyster Bay, Ladysmith BC. Idyllically located to serve the Cowichan Valley.

Vancouver Island

Ladysmith

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Vetter Falls Lodge

indigenous culture, bed & breakfasts

indigenous culture, bed & breakfasts

Northern British Columbia

New Aiyansh

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