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On a Cariboo Chilcotin Coast sightseeing tour, explore vast wilderness, attractions and historic sites by train, plane or boat.
For a sightseeing tour unique to the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, ride the Kaoham Shuttle – a small train that traverses near-vertical cliffs between Lillooet and Seton Portage.
In summer, sail with BC Ferries along the Discovery Coast Passage Route to see BC's lush coastline. Join a sightseeing boat tour to learn about Aboriginal culture and history – and maybe spot a Kermode (Spirit) bear. Or take a flightseeing tour for a bird's-eye view of Mount Waddington, the Monarch Icefield or Hunlen Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in BC.
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Shearwater, British Columbia
Shearwater Fishing Resort is a sport fishing fixture on the Central Coast of BC for almost 60 years. We didn't choose our location by accident - we centred ourselves in arguably one of the hottest Salmon fishing areas in the world. First Nations know this, commercial fishermen know this & sport fishermen are now learning this too! We truly do offer something for everyone's taste & budget.
Our inclusive fly-in packages offer the ultimate in first-class fishing getaways where everything is taken care of for you. Or choose to arrive by BC Ferries on a 'do-it-yourself' style package & take a more hands on approach.
7001 Corbould Rd
Bella Coola, British Columbia
Our Grizzly Bear Tours have been included in the Canadian Tourism Commission's "Signature Experiences Collection"! Tours run August to October when the rivers are teeming with salmon, drawing Grizzlies hoping to fatten up for the winter. At this time Grizzlies are intent on fishing and are more tolerant of other bears and people, therefore much easier to observe.
Accompanied by an experienced guide, our non-motorized drift trips are the perfect way to see the bears and wildlife of Bella Coola.
- Small groups!
- Leave Vancouver in the morning and be bear viewing in the afternoon!
- Superior accommodation
- Founding member of The Magnificent 7 Luxury Wilderness Lodges of Canada
- TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence & Traveller's Choice Award: "Top Small Hotels of Canada"!
1 Tyaughton Lake Rd
Gold Bridge, British Columbia
Get into the Wild! Experience the beauty of British Columbia's South Chilcotin Mountains with us.
Based at Tyax Wilderness Resort & Spa on the shores of Tyaughton Lake, Tyax Adventures offers hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, float plane charters, sightseeing & backcountry accommodations. Discover crystal clear alpine lakes teaming with fish, backcountry trails through thick carpets of wildflowers & stunning mountains vistas.
Come & visit us - let us be your guide to this treasured region. Our local knowledge, dedicated staff & personalized service will ensure you experience a hassle-free vacation that you will remember for a lifetime.
Wells, British Columbia
The Cariboo Mountains offer spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife & a fascinating gold rush history. Whitegold Adventures combines it all, from multi-day wilderness cross-country ski tours, high alpine hikes, fascinating moose viewing, wildlife, and history tours. Wells is the gateway to this rich, wild country. Our base, The Bear's Paw Café is more than a café, it's an experience. Our affiliate the Frog On The Bog Gifts is one of the most talked about stores in the Cariboo. From Gold Nuggets, books, art, pottery, clothing, local artists, souvenirs of your visit, ice cream & great coffee. Mountain Thyme Getaway is our accommodation of choice. 1940's styling for the romantic or a reunion.
Williams Lake, British Columbia
The Xat'sull community invites you to visit and experience our spiritual, cultural and traditional way of life. We offer daily tours and cultural workshops where you take part in a variety of educational and recreational activities. We are situated on a sunny plateau overlooking the Fraser River. Meet our friendly, knowledgeable guides who will take you on a memorable journey through the history of the Northern Secwepemc people. Learn to cook a traditional meal, listen to stories around an open fire and fall asleep to the beautiful sound of the Fraser River in the distance.