The Bears of Tweedsmuir

Grizzly Bear viewing in Bella Coola, British Columbia

The Bears of Tweedsmuir

Tweedsmuir is an attractive, family-style wilderness lodge nestled within Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, Bella Coola, BC. Constructed in the 1920s as a hunting lodge, it has since been renovated to accommodate those seeking out a more eco-friendly adventure, and now stands as one of the best grizzly bear-viewing locations in Canada.

Outline Itinerary

  1. Day 1: Victoria – Bella Coola

    Check in at Vancouver Airport for the short Coastal Pacific flight to Bella Coola. On arrival at Bella Coola you will be met and transferred to Tweedsmuir Park Lodge, where you stay four nights in a premium view cabin (full-board basis).

  2. Day 2: Bear-spotting in Tweedsmuir

    Start the day with another river trip with the express purpose of looking for grizzly bear. The group size is restricted to 4 passengers per boat to provide a more intimate wildlife-viewing experience.

  3. Day 3: Cultural tour of Bella Coola

    Bella Coola is home to the Nuxalk First Nation peoples. The Nuxalk have inhabited the valley for thousands of years, and developed a vibrant culture which finds expression in totem poles, dance and ancient rock petroglyphs.

  4. Day 4: Wildlife-viewing in Tweedsmuir

    Start the day with another drift on the Atnarko River in search of grizzly bear, followed by a guided walk in the valley, during which your guide and tracker will show you how to identify bear tracks and claw marks while also keeping an eye out for other wildlife.

  5. Day 5: Departure

    Breakfast, and a leisurely morning in which you can relax on the lodge grounds and enjoy the view from the deck before departing for Bella Coola.

Price guide

Price based on two travellers in shared double/twin accommodation and subject to availability at the time of booking.
Pricing

5 days from £1995pp

Pricing

5 days from £1995pp

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