The following collection of links is organized tourism resources and conservation organizations. All of us at Alert Bay Lodge hope the information in these links will contribute to your travel experience on Vancouver Island, Canada, or wherever you decide to journey. Please feel free to email us with your recommended travel links.
Tourism Resources on Vancouver Island
Vancouver Island Kayak
A wide selection of kayak tours on Vancouver Island and the Queen Charlotte Islands.
Locally owned and operated First Nations wildlife viewing and adventure tour company, based in Campbell River, BC.
Prince of Whales Whale Watching
Cruise in covered vessels from Telegraph Cove to whale watch in Johnstone Strait.
Tide Rip Tours
Day-long Grizzly bear tours from Alert Bay to Knight Inlet
Sea Wolf Adventure Tours
Boat based wildlife viewing and cultural tours on Northern Vancouver Island
Tourism Vancouver Island
The official travel website for the Vancouver Island region, including Victoria and the Gulf Islands region of British Columbia, Canada.
Tourism Resources in Canada
Adventure Tours in Canada
Small group adventure tours of Alaska, the Yukon, the Rocky Mountains and Vancouver Island.
Adventure Vacations and Trips to the Rocky Mountains
Great tour company, local guides.
Canadian outdoor travel, from weekend getaways to extended eco vacations.
Travel and Tourism Canada
A travel directory focusing on Canada’s travel Industry.
Adventure Tours of Haida Gwaii
An 8 day small group (5 people) cultural tour from Vancouver.
Canadian owned and operated website to find the best deals on airfare.
Worldwide Tourism Resources
A great selection of retreats around the world (including Alert Bay Lodge).
Travel directory providing country/state information, reviewed web sites, regular travel articles, and online ticketing for car hire, hotel reservations and discounted flights.
A specialist travel directory offering ideas for active, adventure port and special interest holidays and vacations.
West Coast of Canada Conservation Organizations
“What happens to beasts will happen to man. All things are connected. If the great beasts are gone men would surely die of a great loneliness of spirit.” Chief Seattle, 1884.