Toba Inlet Grizzly Bear Tour

" ʔi:mot tətᶿ kʷə's good to see you!

Situated on the central coast of British Columbia, the Klahoose Nation has lived since time before memory on lands, waters and air that make up our territories. Our ancestors spirit soars here and can be heard in the wind as it rustles the treetops and guides our peoples."

- quoted from Klahoose Coastal Adventures

Join us as we cruise Discovery passage to Toba Inlet, where we will disembark our vessel and spend 3 hours on land viewing Grizzlies along the river with the Klahoose First Nation

Adult Price starting at: $409 plus fees and taxes

Age Restrictions: All passengers must be over the age of 10

Length of Tour: 9-10 hours

Departure Times: 7:00 am daily

Available: August 28 - October 11

On this tour you will enjoy:Klahoose Coastal Adventures Logo

  • More time specifically for viewing marine wildlife
  • Travel through Toba Inlet, known for its beautiful waterfalls
  • Interpretation by your certified Naturalist and Captain
  • Klahoose First Nation guide while on land
  • 3 hours on land
  • A fresh lunch enjoyed on land
  • Onboard Bathroom


Campbell River Whale Watching and Adventure Tours wants you to see Grizzlies.

If you do not see a Grizzly on your tour with us between September 10th and September 30th, then we will take you out again at no charge, on a stand-by basis, until we do see one.

Commitment available to full fare paying Grizzly Tour clients and is valid for 24 months. Non-transferable.

Booking and Cancellation Policy: 

Full payment is required at the time of booking.  Customers will receive a full refund or credit with 48 hours notice of cancellation up to 4 people (7 day notice required for groups larger than 4 people). Customers will also receive a full refund or credit in case of operator cancellation due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. Contact us by phone to cancel or inquire about a cancellation. No-shows will be charged the full price.  All trips are subject to fees and taxes.

Grizzly Bear tours have an additional $17 conservation fee which goes towards the Salmon Enhancement Fund for the Homalco First Nations