Nature / Photo Tours
Columbia's finest birdwatching, wildlife viewing, and nature tours....
Columbia offers you a wonderful opportunity to see some of Canada's
most exceptional birds including geese, the loon nesting with babies,
as well as many different species of ducks, and so much more!
outfitters offer a full program of outdoor adventure, wildlife viewing,
photography, art, culture, and eco-tours throughout the province.
species allow hundreds of opportunities in most regions.
day tripping to expedition-style tours you can discover nature
like you've never seen it before..
You can learn more about British Columbia bird watching outfitters
by clicking on the individual outfitter "name
links" below for details and rates information.
The location of each Outfitter is shown for your convenience.
||Campbell River - Victoria - The Islands
Welcome to Rendezvous Lodge located in British Columbia's famed Inland Passage in the Discovery Island Group, a place many only dream of ... Rendezvous Lodge is located in some of British Columbia's finest fishing waters for Salmon, Halibut and Red Snapper. Guests will enjoy tastefully appointed roomsand a menu featuring delights for every taste. Enjoy a relaxing soak in the spa on the deck, the indescribable sunset or gazing at billions of stars.
This is an adventure lodge with activities and expeditions available to match your sense of adventure. Fishing, sea-kayaking, sailing, adventure tours and flights are offered. See magnificent wildlife in their natural habitat.
Rendezvous Lodge is handicapped accessible.
- Vancouver Island
the unspoiled, tranquil, natural beauty of the west coast
of British Columbia. Listen to the waves as they lap the beach
a few meters from the sun deck outside your room. Stroll along
miles of shoreline, watch the bald eagles soar above seals
basking on the rocks, cast your line at a passing salmon or
harvest the clams and oysters waiting just steps from your
Bird watchers will find excellent birding opportunities at
Copes Islander B & B. Our rooms offer great views of the
beach and ocean which often teams with shorebirds and other
marine life. A pair of bald eagles can usually be seen perching
in the trees behind our home or on the tide marker just off
shore from the beach. The 2nd highest concentration of over-wintering
waterfowl in B. C. is here including 10 species of gulls and
terns, 16 types of diving ducks, nine dabbling ducks and 13
species of raptors.
natural beauty and abundance are province wide.