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Eagle Eye Adventures

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Campbell River, British Columbia V9W 0B3, Canada
+1 250-286-0809
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Once in a lifetime experience!

We did the Grizzly Tour on Sep.16. It was an unforgettable day. The whole trip was an amazing... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Christian F
Absolutely amazing

I went on the 6 hour whale watching tour. It was an amazing time with a great number of wildlife... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
CodyVV
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Come and join us for the most spectacular Whale Watching, Grizzly Bear Expedition and Wildlife Tours in your life! From April 1st until mid-October, Eagle Eye Adventures Tours offers Whale Watching, Ocean rapids/Wildlife tours and of course our magnificent Grizzly Bear Expeditions. Your adventure starts at Campbell River’s Discovery Harbour Marina. Come and explore the beautiful central coast of British Columbia – one of the best places in the world to observe whales, grizzly bears, and other wildlife. Eagle Eye Adventures Tours have been named as one of the top 2 best things to do in Canada by European travel agencies. Our tours are a terrific base for photography and viewing diverse wildlife. With a maximum of 12 guests on each tour, we can personalize your wilderness adventure, and help you put those animals on your life list. From right in Campbell River, you can hop onto one of our boats and head out on the waters of Johnstone Strait, and Desolation Sound, off the Discovery Islands, and sometimes even the Sunshine Coast to watch a pod of Orcas or to witness a Humpback Whale breaching the surface. Porpoises and Dolphins can often be seen playing in the wake of our boats. What we love about the wilderness here is that it is still wild! Our straights and open waterways are what we’re famous for. The unique currents caused by ebbing and flooding tides support a food chain that starts with phytoplankton up through herring, salmon, dolphins, seals, orcas and humpback whales. On land, you can find cinnamon, black, and grizzly bears, deer, elk, cougar, wolves, and of course eagles, watching you as you watch them. Not only can we show you these magnificent creatures, but we can also give you a better understanding of the complex ecosystem which supports these animals. We work closely with other tour companies and scientists to protect our environment and are candidates to be named a World Whale Heritage Site. We are doing everything we can to preserve our whales for the future. The best way to see Grizzly Bears in their natural habitat is to join us on our covered boat and ride in comfort to Bute Inlet and the mouth of the Orford River. This is home to a significant concentration of coastal grizzlies. During the late summer and early autumn, bears are drawn to the many salmon spawning streams feeding into the coastal inlets. While the local bear population reaches its peak in the autumn, during the spring and summer bears feed on sedges, succulents, and grasses that make up the river estuary. These ongoing sources of high-quality food are why coastal grizzlies and brown bears are larger than inland bears. Don’t miss this unforgettable opportunity to witness the wildlife of Vancouver Island along some of the most majestic coastlines in the world!
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Hours Today: 08:30 - 22:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Campbell River, British Columbia V9W 0B3, Canada
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We did the Grizzly Tour on Sep.16. It was an unforgettable day. The whole trip was an amazing experience! Grizzlys, Orcas, Humpback Whales. A mother bear with 2 cubs... We couldn't believe our eyes seeing these beautiful creatures in there natural habitat. Jerry & Jessie,...More

Thank Christian F
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I went on the 6 hour whale watching tour. It was an amazing time with a great number of wildlife, orcas, sealions, dolphins, porpoises, humpbacks, etc. We even had a breech display by two humpbacks to finish things off. Reuben was our guide and was...More

1  Thank CodyVV
Reviewed 1 week ago

This company is staffed by passionate, ethical and enthusiastic people. My husband and I would go out with them again in a heartbeat.Our grizzly bear expedition was a delight from start to finish. Captain Jerry was a skilled boatman, as well as very personable and...More

Thank Tellurian
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Brilliant grizzly bear experience not only did we see the bears including 3 cubs but saw 2sets of whales - amazing day , definitely recommend

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The staff and boat pilots/tour guides take you throughout Desolation Sound in search of BC's varied wildlife. From Black bears to Orca wales, you won't miss a thing when you are under the capable guidance of Eagle Eye Adventures. Take either a full day tour...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We were on the most amazing bear watching tour today. We saw lots of grizzlies including a mother nursing her cubs. Everything was well organised by Eagle Eye Adventures and the Homalco Tour companies so we saw lots of bears in a safe environment. Would...More

Thank GillyTours
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had an amazing tour and got to see about 80 Dolphin, over 50 Orca and 4 Humpback whales as well as an assortment of Bald Eagles & other wildlife. Our guide Reuben was enthusiastic and incredibly knowledgeable. Reuben gets to do this every day...More

1  Thank warren950
Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

Had heard good things about this company from my sister who had visited in July so booked the 4h wildlife boat tour for myself, 2 teenaged sons and my nephew. This tour was excellent! Captain Josh was exceptional !! Suited up on the dock and...More

Thank jean m
Reviewed 8 August 2017

My husband and I went out with Eagle Eye Adventures on August 7, 2017. We have done the trips before and always had a good time but yesterday, just WOW!!! We saw Orcas and lucky for us they were not shy at all about showing...More

2  Thank W6025HVpats
Reviewed 7 August 2017

Friendly staff, assisted us into our padded suits for the trip. Nice rib, compete with a toilet. Only 12 of us on it, so not too crowded. Our guide - Ruben- was very knowledgable about where the whales might be and also about the whales...More

1  Thank Shirley M
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Terri C
16 June 2016|
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Response from Mary-Lynn M | Reviewed this property |
Hi Terry, From what I know the summer is the best time to go. They even give a guarantee on some tours because they pretty much see them everyday. They run tours everyday all summer. I would give them a call. They are... More
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Terri C
16 June 2016|
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Response from Shelley W | Reviewed this property |
I think you may have posted your question in the wrong place. I do not work at Eagle Eye Adventures. However, as far as I know, any time is a good time to whale watch!
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LeeAnn K
3 March 2016|
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Response from Nadine-Goossens | Reviewed this property |
Normally you can mail them and ask information Sorry there were a few mistakes in my mail Nadine
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