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Vancouver Island Wolf
4 Days - 3 Nights
Undiscovered Adventure


Ages 16+


Physically Fit


Moonlit Howls: Vancouver Island Wolf Tracking Adventure

Embark on an unparalleled adventure deep into the wild heart of Vancouver Island in search of the elusive grey wolf. This 4-day expedition is designed for those seeking an off-the-beaten-path experience, combining thrilling wolf tracking with breathtaking coastal scenery and the serenity of old-growth forests.

Tour's Briefcase!

Tour's Info

• Learn wolf tracking techniques from experienced wilderness guides
Hike through pristine wilderness in search of wolf sign
• Witness the beauty of Vancouver Island's diverse ecosystems
• Spend evenings by a crackling campfire under a star-filled sky
• Contribute to ongoing wolf conservation efforts

How We Meet?!

If you are not a VanIslander yet, you may enter the Island from either Victoria or Nanaimo. That is why we decided to tell you what is the easiest and fastest road towards our bear watching location. Furthermore, Tofino is accessible by plane, sea planes, and ferries. Now, let's see how you can get to the destination where in you are going to have your dream come true.

Itinerary for This Adventure

Day 1: Introduction & Setting Off

Day 2-3: Tracking the Wolves

Day 4: Departure Day

• Meet your fellow adventurers and guides at the designated location.
• Receive a comprehensive safety briefing and wolf tracking introduction.
• Learn about wolf biology, behavior, and conservation efforts in the area.
• Enjoy a delicious lunch before embarking on your wilderness adventure.
• Hike to your first campsite, nestled deep within the old-growth forest.
• Enjoy an informative campfire talk about wolf vocalizations and tracking techniques.



• Each day will involve dedicated tracking excursions, following wolf sign and learning from your experienced guides.
• Hike through diverse ecosystems, from towering coastal forests to windswept alpine meadows.
• Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife sightings, such as deer, bears, and various bird species.
• Learn to identify wolf scat, tracks, and other signs of their presence.
• Set up camp each night in different locations, following the trail of the wolves.
• Evenings will be spent around the campfire, sharing stories and learning more about wolf ecology.



• Enjoy a hearty breakfast before packing up camp.
• Embark on your final hike back to the trailhead, reflecting on your wolf tracking experience.
• Arrive back at the designated meeting location and depart with a newfound appreciation for these magnificent creatures.

Dos & Don’ts for This Adventure

  • Pack sturdy hiking boots with good ankle support.
  • Dress in layers with quick-drying, weather-appropriate clothing.
  • Be prepared for unpredictable weather conditions.
  • Bring a backpack suitable for carrying personal essentials on hikes.
  • Maintain complete silence while tracking wolves and follow your guide's instructions.
  • Leave no trace and respect the fragile wilderness environment.

What's Included:

  • Experienced wilderness guides trained in wolf tracking
  • All camping gear (including tents, sleeping pads, sleeping bags)
  • All meals prepared by your guides
  • Safety equipment and first-aid kit
  • Transportation to and from the trailhead (limited distance)

What's Not Included:

  • Gratuities
  • Personal gear (clothing, toiletries, etc.)
  • Travel insurance

Contact Vanisle Wildlife Today!

Uncover the mystery of the wolves and explore the untamed beauty of Vancouver Island. Limited spots are available for this exclusive adventure. Call us or fill out our online inquiry form to book your Moonlit Howls experience and embark on a wolf tracking adventure of a lifetime!

The Cost of This Imaginary Package

Contact Vanisle Wildlife for a personalized quote based on travel dates and group size.

FAQ

The wolf tracking adventure will take you deep into the wilderness of Vancouver Island, exploring remote areas known to be inhabited by grey wolves. Specific locations may vary based on factors like recent wolf activity and weather conditions.
Yes, participants will be briefed on wildlife viewing etiquette and regulations to ensure minimal disturbance to the natural habitat and the wolves themselves. It's crucial to respect wildlife and maintain a safe distance at all times.
Bring binoculars and a camera with a telephoto lens to capture wildlife sightings from a safe distance.
Dress in layers and wear sturdy, comfortable hiking boots for exploring diverse terrain.
Stay quiet and attentive during tracking sessions to increase the chances of spotting wolves and other wildlife.
Follow the guidance of experienced wilderness guides to navigate safely and responsibly through the wilderness.
While previous hiking or wilderness experience is not mandatory, participants should be reasonably fit and prepared for moderate physical activity, including hiking on uneven terrain and possibly in variable weather conditions.
Experienced wilderness guides will be equipped with emergency communication devices and first aid supplies to respond to any unforeseen incidents. Participants will also receive safety briefings and guidance on wilderness protocols to minimize risks during the tour.
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