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Observe grizzly bears in their natural habitat while staying in a floating lodge close to the mouth of a major salmon river.
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Three nights accommodation at Great Bear Lodge, and one hotel night in Port Hardy, meals as per itinerary, transfers and flights as per itinerary, morning and afternoon bear viewing sessions and activities offered by the lodge, staff gratuities at the lodge, conservation and First Nations fees.
*Price is per person based on twin share. Please speak to our team or view our terms and conditions for more information
Selected dates: 7 May - 16 Oct
NOTE: Seven night packages are also available.
Great Bear Lodge is located in the Great Bear Rainforest, home to a magnificent concentration of coastal grizzly bears. Conservationists consider it a rare jewel as it is one of the few complete and relatively intact ecosystems remaining on earth. Stretching over 8 million acres, twice the size of Africa’s Serengeti, this remote coastal rainforest is home to several threatened species and one of the last strongholds of the grizzly bear in the world.
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Numerous opportunities for grizzly bear viewing throughout your stay with a wildlife biologist guide.
Chance to stay in a floating lodge situated in an outstanding wildlife viewing location with spectacular beauty.
There’s a range of viewing sites to see the grizzly bears including estuary sites and wilderness tracks.
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Depart Port Hardy and journey to the spectacular Great Bear Lodge, travelling over breathtaking scenery and the wildlife rich waters of Queen Charlotte Sound, home to orca, gray and humpback whales. Upon arrival at the lodge, check in and join the group for your first wildlife viewing session. There are a number of different viewing sites so you’ll be taken to one where bears have been the most active. The first time you see a grizzly bear emerge from the forest is something you’ll never forget. Return to the lodge in the evening and enjoy a gourmet dinner followed by a presentation by the resident biologist. The floating Great Bear Lodge has eight bedrooms and a common area where you are able to relax and where you will listen to the presentations from wildlife biologists. The wind and solar powered lodge strives for a low impact on the surrounding environment. Natural wood decks surround the lodge and are a perfect place to unwind and enjoy the scenery. (D)
In the morning, after a hearty breakfast, you’ll be on the trail of the grizzly bear. A viewing session will last for up to three hours. Return to the lodge for lunch and a chance to relax. You’ll spend the early afternoon enjoying one of the many activities available at the lodge including rainforest walks, boat excursions, kayaking, interpretive walks and more. Mid-afternoon, you’ll venture out to enjoy more bear viewing before returning to the lodge for another amazing dinner. (B,L,D).
Enjoy a bear viewing tour in the morning, when the bears are generally at their most active. In the afternoon you may choose to take a guided sea kayaking tour of the estuary, a boat cruise to explore glacier carved inlets, or simply relax at the lodge before more bear viewing.(B)(L)(D)
After enjoying your last morning of grizzly bear viewing, you’ll be transferred back to Port Hardy where you’ll arrive after 4pm for your overnight stay. (B)
Spend some time at leisure in Port Hardy before transferring to the airport for onward flights.
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