COVID-19 UPDATE: There is currently no government restrictions prohibiting inter-provincial travel. Your safety is our highest priority and want to let guests know that the bear and whale watching community operates within a strong federal regulatory framework for COVID-19 that naturally creates a culture of safety between you and our staff.
Trips depart Friday to Monday. If you’d like to speak with us directly call the office or leave a message, we will get back to you.
For thousands of years our people have looked after this land and the land has looked after us. We, part of the Kwakwaka’wakw, invite you to join us on a journey to meet the awe-inspiring animals and incredible humans who call this beautiful territory home.
Experience our beautiful territories, while enjoying the comfortable touches of a luxury tour, guided by Aboriginal experts who share the truth behind our travels through the beautiful Broughton Archipelago and the Great Bear Rainforest in Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Join us for grizzly bear tours and whale watching, combined with cultural experiences, for a truly unique Aboriginal adventure in Western Canada.
Travel with Sea Wolf to experience the stories behind the scenery, support local Indigenous communities, and experience a sustainable approach to wildlife viewing that preserves our precious territory for generations to come.
Sustainability was a way of life for us before it became a buzzword. Conservation is at the heart of everything we do at Sea Wolf Adventures, just as it has been at the heart of our people for millennia. Trusted to share our pristine environment and treasured traditions with guests, we take pride in our deep connection to our roots and our commitment to give back to our communities by keeping our culture alive and active.
Culturally trained and active in our communities, our Indigenous guides each play a role in keeping our traditions alive. By training and employing our own people, we ensure that all our guides know the importance of responsibly visiting our land and respecting the wildlife that resides here.