Explore Canada British Columbia Spring Watch

Knight Inlet Lodge Grizzly BearsBritish Columbia Spring Watch

Tips For Travellers headed off to explore the remarkable British Columbia region in Canada in Spring, visiting the modern cities of Vancouver and Victoria before exploring the wilderness and wildlife including Grizzly Bears and Eagles. These are my articles, videos and audio content based on my visit to the region:

Victoria

Empress Hotel Victoria Harbour

Empress Hotel Victoria Harbour

The Other Side Of Victoria : A look Beyond Whale-Watching in British Columbia, Canada. I discovered that the city has so much more to offer than going to see whales. Read more.

Victoria Harbour Time-lapse Video

Grand Pacific Hotel, Victoria

Campbell River

Bald Eagle Knight Inlet Lodge

Comfort Inn and Suites Hotel, Campbell River (Video: Gary Bembridge)

Vancouver

Vancouver from Vancouver Lookout

Vancouver from Vancouver Lookout

How to explore Vancouver British Columbia without having to walk much. Read my tips for travellers who have to, want to or need to explore without walking a lot, but still want to see as much of the city and attractions as possible. Read more.

SeaVancouver Zodiac Tour

The Burrard Hotel, Vancouver

Bear Watching at Knight Inlet Lodge

Knight Inlet Lodge Grizzly BearsWhy Did Grizzly Bear Viewing Convert A City Boy To A Wilderness Lover? The British Columbia Knight Inlet Lodge Experience. Read about how my time in the Great Bear Rainforest changed my thoughts about travel forever. Read more.

A Novice’s Guide to Bear Watching in British Columbia. 10 Things You Need To Know. Based on my experience, I share the things you need to know and how to get the most from the experience. Read more.

Vancouver Island Air Float Plane (Campbell River to Knight Inlet)

Knight Inlet Overview

Knight Inlet Speedboat Tour

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I travelled to British Columbia as a guest of Destination British Columbia for the #ExploreCanada Spring Watch project supported by the Canadian Tourism Commission in partnership with Travelator Media

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