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North Coast / Khutzeymateen Inlet

The Khutzeymateen Inlet is one of British Columbia’s most northern glacial fjords, with characteristic steep cliffs, thick forests, and rich estuary ecosystems. The Khutzeymateen Valley is Canada’s only grizzly bear sanctuary and is home to British Columbia’s most important coastal bear population. Voyage along the Inlet’s winding shores and expect some wonderful bear viewing in the new Khutzeymateen Conservancy. Explore the outer islands and watch whales and Steller sea lions on the hunt and at play. Ashore, explore rugged beaches and hike to see bog flowers.

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Tour Operator:   Bluewater Adventures
* As a responsible eco tour operator, Blue Water Adventures supports increasing knowledge of wildlife through research and the efforts of local non-profit scientific groups, and supports local communities and coastal First Nations. To assist in these efforts, Bluewater designates $100 - broken out from each guest fee - to go toward the sustainability of the British Columbia coast.

Tour Dates:   June 17 – 23, 2014

Tour Cost: $3,995 CAD per person, double occupancy, plus air

Group Size: only 12 passengers

Activity Level:  High

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Reservations: Call Queen's Alumni Travel office at 1-800-267-7837 or Bluewater Adventures at 1-888-877-1770

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000

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