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Shearwater Resort & Marina is all about eco-adventures. So whether you're looking for the fishing excursion of a lifetime, or want to see grizzly and black bears undisturbed in their natural habitat, or maybe you want to see whales, you can do it at here. Begin your next eco-adventure today!
Board a Hurricane Zodiac in Campbell River and see the natural splendor of Vancouver Island’s wildlife. Guided by a trained naturalist, you’ll travel among the Discovery Islands and see local British Columbia wildlife thriving in their natural habitat. Watch for black bears, stellar sea lions, seals, whales and Pacific white-sided dolphins.
Experience some of the most spectacular wildlife viewing in the world. With the help of professional guides, you might be able to see Northern Resident Orca Killer Whales, Black Bears, Dolphins, Porpoise, Eagles, Sea Lions, and even Humpback Whales! If you care about the environment, this is a must-experience destination!
Hop aboard one of Long Beach Lodge Resort's new tour boats for an aquatic expedition! Captain Josh Lewis, a naturalist and professional photographer, will share his knowledge of the area and help you snap unforgettable photographs of the landscape. Two three-hour excursions are offered each day so reserve your spot now!
Located near Amphetrite Point, The Cabins at Terrace Beach offers easy access to plenty of local wildlife and natural areas. Black bears, cougars and deer are a few of the land animals you may see during your stay. Whales, sea lions and sea otters will also make an appearance from time to time. Pacific Rim National Park offers more than 110 square...
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A famous resort town known for its pristine skiing conditions in the Coast Mountains, it comes as no surprise that Whistler hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. Combining stunning natural scenery and... more
Parksville, British Columbia and Qualicum Beach have been fondly given the nickname "Candada's Riviera" thanks to sweeping local beaches, and the mildest climate of the country. Lay out on the likes... more