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Float Plane AdventuresPrincess Louisa Inlet & Chatterbox Falls:

The day begins in a beautiful cosmopolitan city on the edge of an enormous rain forest. Maneuver the length of Jervis Inlet to a secluded fjord and one of the most pristine wilderness settings on the Pacific West Coast. (Sunset Magazine Article)

PlaneRelax and relish the view while enjoying a gourmet picnic lunch alongside a glacier waterfall.

Remote and extremely picturesque this is a one-of-a-kind experience along the Pacific Coastal Mountain Range. (3 hours with 1.5 hour stop)

Alpine Lakes & Glaciers:

This spectacular float-plane adventure features the hanging glaciers and knife-edged ridges of Mount Mamquam (8450 feet/2600 meters) and a landing on a mountain lake, where the water is crystal clear and the air sparkles like champagne.

Coastal MountainsEnjoy the lake and the high-mountain scenery before we enjoy a gourmet picnic and embark on our flight back to Vancouver.

After lunch we explore Lighthouse Park where we walk through a breathtaking COASTAL VIRGIN RAINFOREST with captivating views of Burrard Inlet. Indulge your desire for knowledge and discover lichen, moss, ferns, and flowering plants, which grow under the mantle of some of the oldest and largest Douglas Fir, Cedar and Hemlock trees in the Lower Mainland.

You'll savor memories of an enlightening encounter with the untamed wilderness. It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience you'll share with friends for years to come. (5.5 hours with one-hour flight)

Rainforest & Orca Whales Photo Safari

This adventure takes you on an exciting tour from the skyscrapers of the city to the skyscrapers of Mother Nature.

Giant Cedars and Douglas Fir greet you when you cross the spectacular Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge, offering stunning views of the Canyon below. Experience a magnificent Rain Forest Walk. Observe the life cycle of the pacific salmon at the renowned Capilano Fish Hatchery.

Then it's off to Coal Harbour in downtown Vancouver for a floatplane journey to Victoria.

After lunch we join a Zodiac boat expedition to study the wild Orca whales of Haro Strait first hand. This unique opportunity to see the magnificent animals in their home waters will give you an understanding that no aquarium can provide.

Additional highlights are the seabirds, seals, and underwater kelp forests of the Pacific Northwest Ocean. (7.5 hours with 50 minutes flight)

Prices vary with the size of the group. For a precise quote please contact us.

Beautiful wilderness at Vancouver's doorstep
Sea, Mountain-top, City and Wilderness Tours in Vancouver, British Columbia