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One day deep in the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia

Mike Willie - Sea Wolf Adventures

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 wildlife and peace.  Check out o.canada.com for the full article!

2020-01-20T05:51:06+00:00December 5th, 2019|

National Geographic Features Sea Wolf Adventures!

Grizzly bear viewing day trip for the whole family

Parent vs. Kid

Five family vacation spots where everyone gets what they want. (No, really!)

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. When the scale tips too far in favour of Dad’s obsession with world history or your youngest’s dinosaur fixation, someone in the family is not going to be happy. But you can banish those all-or-nothing vacations with a bit of compassion and compromise. These five spots offer activities kids will love, lessons parents can get behind, and vacations that meet everyone’s demands.

Read the full article featuring Sea Wolf Adventures with National Geographic.

2020-01-20T05:43:50+00:00May 5th, 2018|

Sea Wolf Adventures Featured as Fresh Take on First Nations Tour

Sea Wolf Adventures - (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)

See Canada Through Fresh Eyes on a First Nations Tour

The mountains, forests and waters of British Columbia are given new meaning on a journey led by members of its Indigenous communities.

Growing up on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, I found it easy to mock visitors from abroad. “This place,” they’d whisper. “I can go swimming in the morning, skiing in the afternoon, then kayak home for dinner.” The views, the landscape, the wildlife — that was the refrain. Even in the cities, the scenery dominates. On any clear afternoon, look up from the streets of downtown Vancouver and you’ll see the snowcapped North Shore mountains glowing pink, an ostentatious show of natural beauty so commonplace that most residents barely take notice.

To read the full article featuring Sea Wolf Adventures, visit Travel Leisure.

2020-01-20T05:54:00+00:00May 5th, 2018|

Sea Wolf Adventures a Highlight of B.C. Travel Experience

Sea Wolf a Highlight of B.C. Travel Experience That Combines Nature and Indigenous Culture

“We are finally just talking tourism in these parts,” says Mike Willie of Sea Wolf Adventures. “As tourism grows, I’m wanting to inspire more of our people to get into it.”

PORT MCNEIL, B.C.-I came to B.C. to end my grizzly bear drought. Nearly 20 years had passed since seeing one and, for a self-proclaimed wildlife fanatic, this was a problem.

However, wildlife is never predictable and clearly the universe had other plans for me.

After a 30-minute drive from Port Hardy, Mike Willie of Sea Wolf Adventures welcomes me to the North Vancouver Island community of Port McNeill. Excited for a day of exploration in the Broughton Archipelago, we grab a coffee and set sail.

Read the full feature article with  The Star.

2020-01-21T00:48:59+00:00May 5th, 2018|
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