G R E A T
B E A R
RIVER DRIFT TOURS
Immerse yourselves in the sights, sounds & smells, as we drift down this river of bears
Photo credit: Holly Willgress
Photo credit: Rick Price Photography
Awe and humility…our greatest attributes.
Experience the Bella Coola Valley with a trip down the Atnarko River.
Join our Accredited Guides for a half day river rafting trip on the Atnarko River. Mid August through October is when the chances of observing grizzly & black bears fishing for salmon are at their peak.
These guided trips are very popular & fill up quickly. We must state that the eco-rafting trips are subject to availability &/or environmental conditions and keep in mind wild beings have their own ideas, schedules, behaviours & tolerances. Obviously bear sightings /interactions cannot be guaranteed however, “A day (or half day) spent on the river, is time well spent.”
“Dear Jeff & Bindi,
The bears were awesome – fair dinkum we were so lucky to have such great weather & to see so many bears. It will take some doing for the experience to ever be bettered – ridgie didge!! Thanks for the memory! “Terri & George Old, Dale Sheppard. Collie, Western Australia
photo credit: Rick Price Photography
Dear Jeff & Bindi,
It has been an amazing weekend & it has changed our views forever about bears. Your passion, understanding and knowledge of them is very inspiring. Thank you for sharing your life with us & for the amazing food, walks & boat trip. We have a life time of memories.
Michelle & Peter, Margaret & Tom from Okanagan, B.C
We offer the ultimate bear-watching experience for valley visitors.
“Bear lovers”, families, photographers & naturalists are invited to join us for eco-rafting trips down the ‘river of bears’.
We strive for something more than a ‘bear tour’.
Our hope is to “re-wild your Spirit” – immersing you in some of the most ecologically & culturally significant salmon & grizzly bear habitat that remains on earth. Thrive in this living Eden – marvel at the natural wonders found in the Bella Coola Valley, gateway to the Great Bear Rainforest.