T'a Ish Adventures Lodge
T'a Ish Adventures Lodge is a rustic wilderness camp putting you in the right place at the right time to maximise your bear viewing experience.
|5 Days||Jul - Aug||Canada||Tailor-Made|
A spectacular, private itinerary with up to just 8 guests at a time. Phil Timpany will be your highly trained and knowledgeable guide as you explore the pristine wilderness and wonderful wildlife surrounding the Taku River, near the Yukon border in British Columbia. Within this area of 4 million acres there are no roads to distract you as you scour for grizzly bears whilst they fatten up for the cold winter months on spawning salmon.
From Whitehorse there is a scenic 2 hour transfer to Atlin where you will be met by helicopter and flown to base camp. After a safety briefing and orientation, you will begin your quest in the largest pristine watershed of the Western Hemisphere. The grizzlies are usually found fishing for salmon as they return to the place they were born up the Nakina River, this is where the true adventure begins…
Overnight: T'a Ish Adventures Lodge (D)
Throughout these three days you will co-exist with the grizzly bears, watch them as the sun rises over breakfast, hunting for salmon up and down the river as eagles swoop above you hoping for a catch of their own. Learn all about the bears, their social behaviour, the seasons of the river, the adaptations that make them so good at what they do. Bears are common in close range to the camp, but if they’re not there they won’t be too far off…
Overnight: T'a Ish Adventures Lodge (B, L, D)
Today you will bid farewell to Nakina River and will catch a helicopter flight, after breakfast, back to Atlin. From here you will be transferred to the Whitehorse Airport for your onward flight.
This is a tailor-made safari and can be tailored to your ideal dates and time of travel. Accommodation is in T'a Ish Adventures Lodge cabins with private facilities and a spacious communal dining area.
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