2020 Season News! We are exciting to announce we will be running two new vessels each with max capacity of 10!
Coming to the Great Bear Rainforest? Learn more about our Grizzly Bears of the Wild experience that will put you in the heart of it!Learn More
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. Located on Northern Vancouver Island.
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.
"An amazing and educational trip"
Their professional knowledge, experience and understanding of and love for both the sea and the land shone through all day long. We had the most marvellous day which will live long and strong in our memories."
@347liz - TripAdvisor
Combine cultural discoveries with world-class whale watching on an adventure into the heart of traditional First Nations’ territory of the Kwakwaka’wakw: Vancouver Island North.
The highlight of our trip was visiting the U’Mista Cultural Center with Mike and hearing his personal commentary on the history and artifacts on display. He helped us see the world from the perspective of his people - thank you, Mike."
Jean W (@wyman002) - TripAdvisor
Our private, boat based tour is an immersive wildlife viewing and Indigenous cultural experience that’s specially customized for your family.
"World Class Experience"
"Sea Wolf Adventures provided us with a world-class day of wildlife and culture. I’ve had the opportunity to travel to five different continents and this tour was one of the best I have taken.
Rob M - TripAdvisor
It’s always nice to be featured on O.Canada.com, especially when it’s about the Great Bear Rainforest! We embarked on a trip to experience the most remote places that render grizzlies and whales! We left Port Hardy on a beautiful and sunny day in our North River vessel in search for...
It’s the wail heard around the world: "But what about me?!?" Vacation planning parents have either heard it from their kids or thought it themselves.
The mountains, forests and waters of British Columbia are given new meaning on a journey led by members of its Indigenous communities.