Join us in the Canadian Far North to experience wild wolves during the den cycle, the great summer caribou migration, musk-oxen, polar bear, birds-of-prey, beautiful autumn colors and fantastic displays of northern lights.
Situated from high-quality, aircraft-supported & catered wilderness camps, we offer daily escorted programs for wildlife viewing, natural history, photography workshops, and intriguing aboriginal history & archaeology - led by some of the best trip leaders in the north.
We at Great Canadian Wildife Adventures strive to find and maintain a balance between providing world-class viewing opportunities for our clients, while maintaining an ethical and non-disturbing approach to sensitive wild animals.
Great Canadian Wildlife Adventures will not endorse wildlife harassment in any form, or for any reason. Nor will we endorse feeding or luring wildlife at any time to provide closer viewing. Of critical importance are field practices that minimize disturbance of wildlife and bird life – the ideal wildlife encounter to us is one where we come, watch and then leave without the animals ever knowing of our presence...
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Ethical and Environmental Policy:
Great Canadian Wildlife Adventures believes in and practices the principals of eco-tourism. Our operational philosophy is to be as unobtrusive on the land and waters as possible, and includes the teaching and applied practice of minimum-impact considerations to all of our field activities within practical and economically-viable guidelines. Such practices include doing what we can to minimize use of fossil fuels for remote field access as well as during the day-to-day operations of our camps; the removal of all garbage from the field; campfires only allowed in metal fireboxes and/or below the high-water marks; prohibiting the cutting of live trees; strict 'catch & release' fish management, etc. Ideally, we try not to even leave footprints!