A walk on the wild side that brings you to the heart of the wilderness.
Experience the wilderness by taking a walk in their tracks.
Our kind of wildlife tourism involves more than simple wildlife viewing. We want you to experience nature through the eyes of those who know it best: the animals who call this place home. From explaining the instincts and habits of our local wildlife to teaching you how to track these magnificent creatures, our guides take every opportunity to turn your wildlife adventures into meaningful experiences- ones that broaden your understanding of Canadian wildlife and bring you closer to nature.
A place like no other...
The South Chilcotin Mountains are among the best areas for wildlife viewing. Our 5,000 square kilometer territory is located between the Coast Mountains and Chilcotin Plateau- a unique transition zone that fosters incredible biodiversity. Our wildlife adventures provide the rare opportunity to observe grizzly bears, eagles, wolves, California Bighorn Sheep, and mountain lions in one place- something that is rarely possible outside of a zoo.
Whether you’re exploring the sub-alpine meadows or expansive network of lakes in our wildlife adventures, you’ll get to experience wilderness that is still wild. The wildlife viewing territory surrounding our ranch is remotely located and undisturbed by modern industrialization. The pristine quality of our natural habitats attracts large populations of rare animals and fosters healthy growth of species numbers. With over 25 years of wildlife viewing in this territory, we have an in depth understanding of each population’s seasonal fluctuations. We use this insider knowledge to perfectly time each of our species-focused all inclusive vacations, giving you the best opportunity to observe some of Canada’s most magnificent wildlife. We know your time and this wilderness are incredibly valuable, and we’re not about to waste either resource.
A Different Kind of Wildlife Tourism
On our wildlife adventures, we want you to have an authentic encounter with nature. That’s why we’re not content to just show you Canadian wildlife; we want you to take a walk in their tracks and see the wilderness as they do. During each stage of your wildlife viewing experience, we focus on the instincts of the animals that drive their movements and behaviors. So you won’t just see animals, you’ll understand why they’re there. From the species-specific map orientation upon your arrival to the insights your guide shares along the way, each experience will build your knowledge base of these amazing creatures.
So while our approach to wildlife tourism may not be the most traditional, it’s certainly driven by a purpose: to bring you closer to nature as you learn to see the wilderness in a whole new way.