Grizzly Bear Viewing ToursAugust 15 to October 15
Small Group Tours (Join a group of 7 maximum)
Private Tours (2 guests in a private boat with guide)
from $950.00** Max 4 guests
**Children <15 years must join Family/Private Tour. Inquire for details & Family rates. Peak Season Private tours $1100.00
New Details for 2021
All Bear Tours offered by Kynoch will now meet and depart from Fisheries Pool Campground in South Tweedsmuir Park. Guests will be required to arrive there in their own vehicles. Kynoch Adventures cannot transport guests to Fisheries Pool. Once at the meeting point, guests will travel in small groups in our Shuttle Van to the boat launch. Guests are required to arrive for sign in at Fisheries Pool 15 minutes before departure.
August 15 to October 15
Morning Tours Meet at Fisheries Pool 07:30, Depart 07:45 am
August 15 to 30
Afternoon Tours Meet at Fisheries pool 14:15 pm Depart 14:30 pm
September 1 to October 15
Afternoon Tours Meet at Fisheries pool 11:30 Depart 12:00 pm
The Bella Coola River is formed at the confluence of the Atnarko and Talchako Rivers, near the western boundary of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, providing a natural transit route for grizzly bears to bisect the Bella Coola Valley's diverse ecosystems. For a period of a few weeks in August and September, grizzly bears and black bears congregate along the river banks, stalking the Pacific salmon that will supply their energy and fat reserves for their dormant winter period. A bear viewing tour with Kynoch Adventures offers an unparalleled opportunity to see majestic grizzly bears in their natural habitat of the Bella Coola Valley.
Our Grizzly Bear Watching & Wildlife Viewing tours are the perfect wilderness holiday activity. Tours are offered on the Atnarko River of Tweedsmuir Park where we drift in comfortable expedition rafts with full support swivel seats in the Great Bear Rain Forest. Silently floating down the Atnarko River, we have the opportunity to observe British Columbia's wildlife in pristine habitat without disrupting the animal's natural behaviour.
Unlike platform-based bear viewing, our bear tours are at river level, giving you a sense of being in the wilderness with the bears you are watching. Our Small Group & Private Tours operate in the same river section and are approximately the same duration tour. The primary difference in these two bear tours is the number of people in each boat.
Tour Information & Frequently Asked Questions follow this link to a PDF file of information to help you prepare for your tour!
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