Large rock face with waterfall running down it. Forest lines the top and bottom of the image. There is fog in the trees.

Spring Bear & Waterfall Tour

6 – 7 hours
April 15 – June 15
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Spring is an opportunity to witness nature awakening. The landscape, scenery and wildlife are always spectacular. There is something special about exploring the fjords at this time of year.

– Stephen Gabrysh

Waterfalls and Wildlife

Join us on our Spring Discovery Tour as we travel to mainland inlets in our covered vessel to see several waterfalls in all of their glory. As we cruise the shorelines, we will keep our eyes peeled for different types of wildlife as they return and awaken from the long winter. Witness sea lions, sea birds, and Orca! View the first Humpback Whales of the season as they make their way back to our northern waters! Watch bears forage along the shore for crabs, mussels, oysters, and more!

On this 6 to 7 hour tour, we will travel throughout the islands surrounding Campbell River and make our way to the various inlets of British Columbia’s mainland coast, while searching for wildlife along the way.

Black Bear walking along large rocks on ocean shore.
Three orcas popping up in the water. Hills in the background.
Humpback Whale Tail emerged from the water.
Waterfall flowing over a large rock face with foggy forest up above.
skinny waterfall flowing among trees
Black bear sitting on the rocky beach with paws up by his face.
Black Bear on the rocky beach on the ocean edge.

On this tour you will enjoy:

  • Travelling to see a variety of nature and wildlife in a well maintained, 12 passenger vessel
  • Nature interpretation by your certified Naturalist Guide and Captain
  • Opportunities to view Bears foraging on the beach
  • Viewing of some of the most spectacular water falls in our area
  • Freshly prepared Lunch plus a snack
  • Coffee, Tea and Hot Chocolate
  • Great opportunities to safely use cameras and binoculars (tripods not recommended)
  • The calm and beautiful scenery while travelling through the narrow passages between the Discovery Islands and into Johnstone Strait, rather than into the open Pacific Ocean.

Age Restrictions: All passengers must be at least 4 years old