Observation des ours

Boo le grizzly, photo d'Adam Sherriff/Kicking Horse Mountain Resort
Boo le grizzly, photo d'Adam Sherriff/Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

La Colombie-Britannique est un territoire de choix pour l'observation des ours. La province renferme des spécimens rares d'ours blancs Kermode (ours esprit), plus de la moitié des grizzlys et un quart des ours noirs du Canada.

Grimpez sur une plate-forme d'observation surélevée et observez les grizzlys attraper et dévorer un saumon remontant la rivière. Naviguez silencieusement dans une embarcation fluviale et écoutez un ours brun et ses oursons dévorer du carex frais. Observez un ours Kermode insaisissable se déplaçant d'un pas lourd le long d'une rive recouverte de mousse.

Les ours peuvent être observés à proximité des autoroutes comme dans la nature luxuriante. Vous pouvez observer les ours sans guide. Toutefois, les circuits d'observation d'ours guidés sont le meilleur moyen de garantir une période d'observation sûre et fructueuse des ours dans leur environnement naturel.

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57 Observation des ours in British Columbia

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11 River Safari - Blue River

6080 Mud Lake Rd
Blue River, British Columbia
V0E 1J0
Toll-free877-494-5322
Phone250-673-2309

In the heart of the planet's only inland temperate rainforest, board our specially designed boats for this smooth but exciting one hour River Safari. Explore the spectacular Grizzly Bear Valley - where the bears decide when and for how long we stop along the way. As you're travelling up small rivers, gliding over water only inches deep and going where it seems no boat has gone before, you are sure to fall witness to a variety of active wildlife always seen on our riverbanks. In addition to an information-packed narrative, our guides will point out the bears, glaciers and many waterfalls toppling from the surrounding snow-capped mountains. With a boat departing every 30-60 minutes, no reservation is required, making the River Safari an absolute 'must-do' activity.

12 Sea Wolf Adventures - Port McNeill

Toll-free
Phone250-902-9653

Reconnect with nature and learn all about First Nations culture in an all-in-one experience that combines respectful wildlife viewing with a sustainable tour through the super natural scenery of northern Vancouver Island and the Great Bear Rainforest, BC.

Low volume tours take a maximum of six guests on authentic adventures through the natural habitat of Western Canada's grizzly bears. Pacific white-sided dolphins dance alongside the bow of our boat; Sea Wolf, as we make the one hour and 45 minute journey from Port McNeill or the First Nations' village of Alert Bay into the beautiful Xakwikan (Thompson Sound). Enjoy continental breakfast as we navigate waters favoured by migrating orcas, humpback whales and listen to your guide's indigenous interpretation of local landscapes.

13 Spirit Bear Lodge - Klemtu

Box 401
Klemtu, British Columbia
V0T 1L0
Toll-free
Phone250-339-5644

Spirit Bear Lodge is located in the Kitasoo First Nation village of Klemtu, BC. With the lodge as our base, we travel in small groups by boat, exploring the temperate rainforest and ecological wonders of Princess Royal Island, home to the world's only Kitasoo Spirit Bear Conservancy. See the rare Spirit bear and majestic Grizzly bear, who inhabit the traditional territory of the Kitasoo/Xai'xais First Nation. Fabulous opportunities exist to watch and photograph these amazing creatures in their natural habitat.

14 Tide Rip Grizzly Tours - Telegraph Cove

Telegraph Cove
Telegraph Cove, British Columbia
V0N 3J0
Toll-free888-643-9319
Phone250-339-5320

See grizzly bears in the wilds of Knight Inlet. Covered boat tours depart daily from Telegraph Cove, the whale watching centre on northern Vancouver Island. Watch grizzly bears eat salmon & eagles pick up the scraps. You may also see sea birds, dolphins, seals, black bears & grizzlies.

We depart early at 7:00 am to assure grizzly bear sightings & we have had 96% sightings on 2016 trips. June is the best best month to come. We run a covered boat with an on-board washroom, then at the grizzly bear hot spot we switch to big open skiffs to get in close to the action. Lunch & a light breakfast is included amidst the splendour of Knight Inlet. Departure times may vary in the fall.

15 Tweedsmuir Lodge Grizzly Bear Tours - Bella Coola

7001 Corbould Rd
Bella Coola, British Columbia
V0T 1C0
Toll-free877-982-2407
Phone604-905-4994

Home of the Grizzlies! Located in the Great Bear Rainforest amongst the mountains & pristine rivers of Bella Coola.

We're a one hour flight from Vancouver: fly in the morning, then view bears that afternoon. Join a private or semi-private tour (max six guests, no large groups). Unique experience: viewing bears on the lodge property.

There's a variety of viewing: track bears on foot in the Great Bear Rainforest, float down the Atnarko River & watch bears catch salmon & view bears from your private chalet. We offer the highest standard accommodation for a bear viewing lodge.

Accolades: CNN Travel: "British Columbia's best luxury lodges" (2016). TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence & Traveller's Choice Award: "Top Small Hotels of Canada (2016). Member: The Magnificent 7 Luxury Wilderness Lodges of Canada.

Leave the crowds of Whistler village behind on this intimate excursion that focuses on the Whistler Olympic Park resident black bears and their cubs, as well as the famed 2010 Olympic venue itself. With after-hours access to the Olympic Park guests will experience amazing private lookouts, lakes, waterfalls, wildlife and bear dens.

Immerse yourself in a pristine, intact ecosystem in which mother bears, cubs, and males searching for mates, roam freely and untagged, providing spectacular viewing and photography opportunities. 4x4 to the top of the Olympic ski jumps and brave the gatehouse for a gold-medal view. You'll be amazed by the Olympic rings, biathlon, and training facilities, all in the heart of where our resident black bear population eat, sleep, mate and raise their young.

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17 Adventure Quest Canada Tours Inc. - Campbell River

Discovery Harbour Marina
Campbell River, British Columbia
V9W 2C4
Toll-free855-659-2327
Phone778-346-0021

Whales, bears and wildlife! Our west coast eco-adventures take you into the heart of the Orca realm of the Johnstone Strait, the Discovery Islands, and the Great Bear Rainforest. Our Platform Grizzly Expedition is an up-close-and-personal experience to the Orford River in Bute Inlet.

We specialize in small group, Grizzly Bear Tours. Cruise in style & comfort aboard our safe, heated covered cabin cruiser with onboard washroom, as we search for Orca, Humpbacks, grizzly bears, black bears, bald eagles, dolphins, sea lions, seals & sea birds. Our Transport Canada certified boat & captain also cater to small groups and families. TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Winner 2017 & 2016. Proud member of North Island Marine Mammal Stewardship Association. Come for a scheduled trip or personalized adventure!

18 Adventure Tofino Wildlife Tours - Tofino

421 Main Street
Tofino, British Columbia
V0R 2Z0
Toll-free
Phone250-725-2895

Adventure Tofino Wildlife Tours offers you personalized excursions in small groups of 12 people on board our open zodiac for an unforgettable wildlife experience.

Enjoy a scenic boat ride on the calm waters of the beautiful Clayoquot Sound inlets to watch the black bears turning huge rocks to find crab and other seafood underneath.

Join us on an adventurous boat-ride out on the Pacific Ocean, in the search for the west coasts most majestic animals, the whales.

Take a day trip up to the remote Hot Springs Cove to walk through the ancient rainforest and enjoy a hot soak in the natural pools.

19 Backroads Whistler - River of Golden Dreams & Boat Rentals - Whistler

3375 Lakeside Road
Whistler, British Columbia
V0N 1B3
Toll-free
Phone604-932-3111

The River of Golden Dreams is a flat water, oxbow river that winds it's way from Alta to Green Lake in Whistler. No rapids, just some ripple, but the twists & turns will keep you wondering what's around the next corner. Beaver, beaver dams & lodges, eagles, osprey, river otter, black bears, birds that burst off the water in front of your boat & glacier capped mountain views. Warm up on the lake to start then enter the river. Guides are recommended. This trip has been offered for over 100 years & is an annual event for many resort guests. We also rent non-powered boats on Alta Lake.

20 BC Ferries - Victoria

Toll-free1-888-BC FERRY (888-223-3779)
Phone1-888-BC FERRY (888-223-3779)

From the countless inlets of the Southern Gulf Islands to the untamed wilderness of the rugged North, BC Ferries is the gateway to your next coastal BC journey. Sail through spectacular scenery aboard one of our modern, well-appointed vessels, serving 47 terminals across 25 routes, including three connecting Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island. Explore South Coast destinations like the Sunshine Coast and the Gulf Islands, or embark on a cruise up the famed Inside Passage, from Port Hardy to Prince Rupert. Journey from Prince Rupert to Haida Gwaii and discover rich First Nations Culture or, sail the Discovery Coast Connector service between Port Hardy and mid-coast ports and witness some of the world's most majestic scenery.

Visit bcferries.com for travel deals and itinerary suggestions.

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