Travel. Truth. Beauty.

Boat based wildlife viewing and cultural tours on Northern Vancouver Island.

Experience the Grizzly Bears of the Wild!

Sea Wolf Adventures connects travellers to the beauty of the Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw, the Great Bear Rainforest, through grizzly bear viewing and cultural tours with local First Nation guides. Safe. True. Educational.

Grizzly Bear Watching

Get up close and personal with British Columbia’s grizzly bears on an intimate and immersive wildlife viewing experience. Join First Nation guides on a tour through the awe-inspiring waterways of their people’s traditional territories.

Wildlife and Cultural Expedition

Combine cultural discoveries with world-class wildlife watching on an adventure into the heart of traditional First Nations’ territory of the Kwakwaka’wakw: Vancouver Island North.
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Custom Tours

We are able to create custom tours that will suit your interests and time. Experience the beauty of the land and sea while learning about the local history and language of the kwakwaka‘wakw.

Latest News

  • Sea Wolf Experiences

    Please see our experiences by viewing our promotional video. You will find a nice blend of First Nations culture and wildlife viewing. We thrive on giving our guests the best possible experiences of a life time. Reconnection to wilderness is at the heart of Sea Wolf and we invite you...

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  • People of the Wild: Mike Willie

    "People of the Wild" is a blog series from Destination BC that profiles residents of British Columbia who have one thing in common: their love for exploring the BC wild. This week they’re featuring Mike Willie, a member of the Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw First Nation who resides in Kingcome Inlet, in the Great Bear Rainforest.

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  • An Inevitable Alliance

    Indigenous peoples are bound to the land; a connection created when our ancestors first walked the earth has been passed down from generation to generation. The desire to protect Mother Earth is innate within many indigenous peoples- including the Kwakwaka’wakw.

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