Grizzly Bears on British Columbia's coast - 2, 3 & 4 night adventures!

Toba Inlet is a deep fjord on the west coast of British Columbia. The inlet has many spectacular waterfalls, glacier fed rivers and the magnificent Coastal Mountains that rise as an imposing backdrop. Grizzly Bears have free reign in these isolated and lush river estuaries and can be found foraging along the river and rugged shoreline from late summer feasting on salmon. In the waters you can also find orcas, sea lions, seals, dolphins and ashore you may also spot black bears, deer, raccoons, mink and the ever present bald eagles.

Tours are operated in partnership with the Klahoose First Nation, whose traditional territory encompasses the Toba Valley. Tours departing after breakfast at Homfray Lodge with a cruise to Toba Inlet. Upon arriving at the river, you will receive a warm and traditional welcome from the Klahoose guides. A short drive will transport you to the viewing areas where you can see the bears in their natural habitat from both raised and open viewing platforms. The highlight of the tour will be the chance to view the grizzly bears feeding in the natural habitat along the river. At the end of the tour we spend some time for lunch before return to the lodge. To make a booking or for more information please contact us at fit@journeysacrosscanada.com