Bald Eagles in a tree
The Northern British Columbia region encompasses more than half of the province, and holds major populations of wildlife including bears, moose, deer and mountain goats.
The coastal waters of Northern BC are alive with marine life. Whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals, sea lions, fish and seabirds thrive in the nutrient-rich Pacific waters.
Haida Gwaii/Queen Charlotte Islands is known as “Canada’s Galapagos” for its unique wildlife, while the vast Muskwa-Kechika Management Area has been called the "Serengeti of the North" for its large and diverse animal population. Wildlife viewing highlights in Northern BC include Canada’s only grizzly bear sanctuary and the world-famous Alaska Highway.
Take a guided cruise or sea kayaking tour for comprehensive bear watching, whale watching and bird watching; the plentiful wildlife in Northern BC means there’s also a chance to see animals without a guide.
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We offer premium fully guided fishing adventures in some of the most productive salmon and halibut fishing waters. Whether you are novice or expert anglers, families, friends or corporate teams, we can customize your trips and cater to your groups needs.
Single and multi day trips are available, as well as on the water accommodation minutes from prime fishing grounds.
Our boats are stable, fast, and comfortable customized 7.8 m (26') Zeta cruisers with fully enclosed cabins and on-board bathroom facilities. Fully equipped with all the required safety gear, and top of the line fishing equipment, and skippered by experienced, certified, friendly and knowledgable guides.
Contact us to set up your fishing adventure of a lifetime!
2891 St Anne Ave
Prince George, British Columbia
Discover the working forests of BC with Touchwood Tours, fabulous fun & educational tour packages. Your passionate guide (Mark Clark, a Registered Professional Forester) will give you a forestry orientation & geographic overview of this unique area. You will travel comfortably through the forests of Central BC, viewing wildlife in its natural state, learning about endangered species & the many values & dimensions of outdoor recreation, fish & wildlife habitat management & our natural surroundings. You can even choose to visit an active harvesting site to see the heavy equipment at work, or visit a sawmill where logs are processed into lumber products.