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This is an amazing expedition. We combine bear viewing in one of the most well-known bear viewing areas in Canada with exploring the beautiful outer islands and mountain fiords - we never know what wonderful wildlife sightings and experiences we will encounter each day.

The Khutzeymateen Valley holds Canada's only grizzly bear sanctuary and is home to one of British Columbia's most important coastal bear populations. Khutzeymateen is a native Tsimshian word meaning "a confined space for salmon and bears", a suitable description - as you will soon see. We explore along the Inlet's winding shores and expect some breathtaking bear viewing in the new Khutzeymateen Conservancy.

Located on the northwest coast of BC, this is a beautiful land of dense Sitka spruce rainforest, winding fiords, and high rugged mountains. Glaciers tower above beautiful old growth rain forests and marine mammals such as seals, otters, and whales make this sheltered area their home. River estuaries provide important spawning grounds for many species of salmon, upon which the area's many grizzlies depend. 

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