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THE HISTORY BEHIND KLAHOOSE COASTAL ADVENTURES

Since time before memory, the Klahoose peoples have lived in Toba Inlet on the central west coast of British Columbia.

 

Here stands, towering cedar trees interwoven with glacial streams and rocky shores that welcome the arrival of spawning Pacific salmon each fall. This breathtaking backdrop draws grizzlies to the beaches where they socialize with each other and feast on the bounty of fresh fish.

Four years ago Klahoose Coastal Adventures started operating out of Toba inlet, for the first time sharing the traditional territory to guests from all over the world. Our first tower was constructed in the summer of 2016, when James Delorme was chief of Klahoose. We first started operations with only one tour operator; Aboriginal Journeys. With only one tower and one ground viewing area, we knew it was time to expand. In 2017, Kevin Peacey was elected in as Chief of Klahoose, and has been re-elected in 2019 now serving his second term as Chief. Since then we have made partnerships with other growing tour operators along the coast, such as Homfray Lodge (Pacific Coastal Cruises), Way West in 2017, then Eagle Eye Adventures in 2018. Each one with their own unique delivery, we all share the love for the incredible Toba Inlet.

We now provide six viewing towers, that provide optimal sight lines to this natural phenomenon. Our tours are intentionally small to allow for the most intimate experience with the bears. Listen closely and you will hear their heavy breaths mingle with the rushing water - it is an exhilarating and truly amazing spectacle not to be missed! 

 

In 2020, we are excited to continue offering comfortable, knowledgeable, and unforgettable experiences. With many more years to come, we are happy to have you visit soon! Email us today for any additional information or requests- tourismcoordinator@qxmc.org

Tours
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What to expect
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Proud members of:

Commercial Bear Viewing Association of BC

Indigenous Tourism BC

Adventure Travel Association

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