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Huge Elk Bulls Fight Over the Toughest Elk Rut Territory

These are two of the most dominant Elk Bulls in this area of the Canadian Rockies. While the Older Bull is a little Larger and more experienced, the slightly Younger Bull has been pressing for dominance here for the last couple of weeks. These two huge Elk Bulls have had several short fights and have bugled back and forth almost constantly in between territory battles. While we don't know if this will be their last fight, it will likely remain one of the most Epic Elk Bull battles we have ever seen. The very rocky terrain under the river water is likely what caused the battle to end as neither of these two evenly matched Giants seemed to want to concede. You can also hear a younger bull near us overlooking the fight and bugling his incredible bugle several times.

Canada Whale Watching Wildlife Tour

4 Hour Whale
Watching Tour - AM


Our most popular family friendly Canadian tour, the four hour wildlife tour takes place on our high speed zodiac boats and run twice a day.

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4 Hour Whale Watching Wildlife Tour

4 Hour
Whale Watching Eevening Tour


We'll cruise Canada's local inlets, bays, and tidal rapids in search of large marine wildlife. Look for humpback whales, orcas, playful sea lions, harbour seals, colourful seabirds, and maybe even catch dolphins riding our wake on this great Canada wildlife tour.

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Canadian Zodiac Whale and Wildlife Tour

Canadian Zodiac
Whale and Wildlife Tour


Canada Whale and Wildlife tour of the Salish Sea, Discovery Passage, and Johnstone Strait. With an abundance of wildlife in our area, we are likely to encounter Humpback Whales, Killer Whales, Pacific White-Sided Dolphins, Bears, Steller Sea Lions, and so much more.

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Churchill Polar Bear & Beluga Whale Wildlife Tour Adventure

Churchill Polar
Bear & Beluga Whale Wildlife Tour Adventure


Experience one of the more remote Canadian Polar Bear viewing areas on the west side of Hudson Bay. You will have the opportunity to view polar bears in their summer environment, swimming and walking around the rocks and wildflowers. Weather and wildlife permitting, you will disembark the boat and walk with polar bears.

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Canada Grizzly Bear Wildlife Tour

Canada Grizzly
Bear Wildlife Tour


Board a comfortable, high-speed covered vessel where you will be taken on to the traditional Canadian territory of the Homalco First Nation wildlife viewing platforms. The Orford River offers some of the best Grizzly Bear viewings on Canada's West Coast and we can guarantee that this wildlife tour will be the experience of a lifetime.

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Canada Grizzly Bear Wildlife Expedition Tour

Canada Grizzly
Bear Wildlife Expedition Tour


Learn about Canada's Grizzlies and traditional first nations culture. Enter into Canada's forest where there are numerous wildlife viewing platforms allowing for up close and personal grizzly watching opportunities. Grizzly Bear wildlife tours themselves last an an average of three hours.

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Canada Wildlife Tours Canada's Wildlife

From coast to coast, Canada offers some of the most diverse Wildlife in untamed land tours in the World. Canada's vast wilderness of alpine meadows in the Canadian Rockies may be the best place to see Black and Grizzly Bears. The nutrient rich waters of the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans attract plenty whales, dolphins and some killer whales. Canada's Northern wildlife tours offer amazing polar bear encounters in the tundra.

Canadian Wildlife Tours

Canadian wildlife tours offer visitors the opportunity to explore the diverse and stunning natural landscapes of Canada while encountering its rich and varied wildlife. These tours typically take place in national parks, wilderness areas, and other protected regions across the country, offering participants the chance to see iconic Canadian animals in their natural habitats.

Canada's beauty lies in its vast and varied landscapes, from rugged coastlines to towering mountains, dense forests to expansive prairies.

Here are some of the most beautiful regions in Canada, along with suggestions for wildlife tours in those areas:

Canadian Rockies (Alberta and British Columbia)

Canadian Rockies Beauty

The Canadian Rockies offer stunning mountain scenery, with turquoise lakes, glacier-fed rivers, and majestic peaks. Banff and Jasper National Parks are prime examples of this breathtaking landscape.

Wildlife Tours

Wildlife tours in the Canadian Rockies often include opportunities to see iconic species such as grizzly bears, black bears, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, and mountain goats. Jasper National Park, in particular, offers guided wildlife tours and safaris.

Pacific Rim National Park Reserve (British Columbia)

Pacific Rim Beauty

Located on the west coast of Vancouver Island, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve boasts pristine beaches, old-growth rainforests, and rugged coastal scenery.

Pacific Rim National Park Reserve Wildlife Tours

Wildlife tours in this area focus on marine wildlife, including whale watching tours to spot orcas, humpback whales, gray whales, and sea lions. Visitors may also have the chance to see black bears foraging along the shoreline.

Churchill, Manitoba


Churchill, often dubbed the "Polar Bear Capital of the World," is located on the shores of Hudson Bay in northern Manitoba. It offers stark, Arctic landscapes with tundra, boreal forest, and expansive coastal areas.

Churchill, Manitoba Wildlife Tours

Churchill is famous for its polar bear tours, which allow visitors to observe these magnificent creatures up close from specially designed vehicles known as "Tundra Buggies." Additionally, visitors can take boat tours to see beluga whales in the Churchill River during the summer months.

Algonquin Provincial Park (Ontario)

Beauty of Algonquin Provincial Park

Algonquin Provincial Park is characterized by its pristine lakes, dense forests, and abundant wildlife. It's a quintessential Canadian wilderness experience.

Algonquin Provincial Park Wildlife Tours

Wildlife tours in Algonquin Park often focus on viewing moose, as the park is known for its healthy moose population. Guided canoe trips and hiking tours offer opportunities to see moose, beavers, otters, and a variety of bird species.

Gros Morne National Park (Newfoundland and Labrador)

Beauty of Gros Morne National Park

Gros Morne National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its dramatic fjords, coastal cliffs, and ancient rock formations.

Gros Morne National Park Wildlife Tours

Wildlife tours in Gros Morne may include boat tours to see seabird colonies, as well as opportunities to spot whales, dolphins, and porpoises in the coastal waters. Hiking trails in the park also offer chances to see moose and other wildlife.

Canada's Diverse Wildlife

Canada is renowned for its rich and diverse wildlife, thanks to its vast and varied landscapes spanning from coast to coast.

Grizzly Bear and Black Bear

Canada is home to both grizzly bears and black bears, with populations found in various regions including the Rocky Mountains, British Columbia, Alberta, and parts of Ontario and Quebec.


The moose is the largest member of the deer family and is commonly found in forests and wetlands across Canada, particularly in the boreal and subarctic regions.


These iconic mammals are well-adapted to Canada's northern landscapes and can be found in the tundra and boreal forests of provinces like Newfoundland and Labrador, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, and the Northwest Territories.


Although once nearly driven to extinction, efforts to conserve bison populations have been successful, and they can now be found in national parks and protected areas across Canada, including Wood Buffalo National Park.


Wolves are found in various regions of Canada, including the boreal forests, tundra, and mountainous areas. They play a crucial role in maintaining ecosystem balance.


Known as Canada's national animal, beavers are found throughout the country, particularly in freshwater habitats where they construct dams and lodges.

Bald Eagle

This majestic bird of prey can be found in various parts of Canada, particularly near coastlines and large bodies of water where they hunt for fish.


Canada's coastal waters are home to numerous whale species, including orcas, humpback whales, minke whales, beluga whales, and blue whales. Areas such as the Bay of Fundy and the waters off the coast of British Columbia are prime whale-watching destinations.

Polar Bears

Canada's Arctic region, including places like Churchill, Manitoba, is one of the best locations in the world to observe polar bears in their natural habitat.

Migratory Birds

Canada is a crucial stopover and breeding ground for countless species of migratory birds, with important bird habitats found across the country.

The incredible wildlife diversity that Canada has to offer from coastlines to mountains, forests to tundra; Canada's ecosystems support a wide range of species, making it a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and conservationists alike.