Description

Begin this adventure at sea as you journey into Clayoquot Sound UNESCO Biosphere Reserve aboard your own private vessel. The protected waters of the Sound offer incredible coastline for viewing black bears, eagles, seals and other wildlife. Next, step ashore and explore the Wanachus/Hilthuuis (Meares Island) Tribal Park, home to some of the oldest red cedars in British Columbia, on a leisurely interpretive walk along the Big Tree Trail.


Location – Wanachus/Hilthuuis (Meares Island) Tribal Park


Highlights
  • Private boat excursion
  • Excellent wildlife viewing opportunities
  • Ancient Rainforests
  • Private boat and captain
  • Interpretive Guide
  • Use of hiking poles (available upon request)
  • A 1% Tla-o-qui-aht Ecosystem Service fee

Private Groups

1-2 Guests
$650plus GST
  • +$50 for each additional guest

Duration: 4 hours

Distance: 1-3 km

About the Tribal Park Alliance

Nuu-chah-nulth peoples have lived on and cared for our lands, waters, forests and fisheries on the West Coast of Vancouver Island since time beyond memory. In the Tla-o-qui-aht system of governance, the Ha’wiih (Hereditary Chiefs) inherit exclusive rights and responsibilities (Ha’wilthmis) over their lineage’s traditional territory (Ha’huulthii). The Ha’wiih’s ha’wilthmis is to care for the land and for the people (maastchim) under his jurisdiction. The Tla-o-qui-aht ha’houlthee borders are defined by natural watershed areas, extending West from the peaks of the mountains near Sutton Pass to the open horizon over the Pacific ocean.

Marcie Callewaert

Expert Local Guides

Our guides are all expert naturalists, interpreters, and trained in risk management and advanced wilderness first aid. They will provide you with guidance, education, safety and camaraderie. With extensive local knowledge of the region, weather and wildlife going on a guided trekking tour can be a rewarding experience. 

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