When to Visit:
Year Round
Currency:
US Dollar, Canadian Dollar
Language:
English
Time Zone:
GMT -7

USA and Canada - At a Glance

Canada is an underrated destination, with limitless things to see, do and discover. From whales on the wild West Coast to the Polar Bears in the Arctic North, there is a serious amount of wildlife to encounter.

And Alaska never ceases to impress.
Pure and vast, Alaska is a place that stirs your basic instincts and invites you to explore its rawness.

This is the place to see bears snatching leaping salmon out of gushing waterfalls or see majestic moose, musk oxen, gray wolves, caribou and more in relative abundance.

Land your helicopter on a glacier, or paddle down a pristine river. It is all epic.

In the contiguous USA, we focus on Montana, Wyoming and Colorado – all states with untamed beauty and wildness, waiting to be explored…and conserved.

Philanthropic Experiences

Save Wolves – and Let Wolves Save the Ecosystem

Save Wolves – and Let Wolves Save the Ecosystem

Wolves play an essential role in preserving and even enhancing ecosystems – they have demonstrably restored balance and helped all species thrive in Yellowstone – though sadly their viability is in crisis. A vital step […]

First Nations cultural engagement – Canada

First Nations cultural engagement – Canada

Thanks to your $2,500 donation to youth development, you are invited to Kingcome Village, a First Nations peoples community in Canada, where you will be taken on a tour culminating in a dance performance by […]

Conserving Wild Salmon – Canada

Conserving Wild Salmon – Canada

With a donation of $4,000 to The Pacific Coast Wild Salmon Society you will be invited on an exclusive wild salmon conservation day. The salmon are the backbone of this entire region and they are […]

Other Highlights of USA and Canada

Sample Itinerary & Pricing

The escorted 7 day itinerary is $14,125 per person, including your flight from Montana to Colorado. International flights are not included, but we can arrange these for you, including private jet.

Dates are: July 11-17 and 25-31, August 8-14 and 22-28, 2020.

Group size is limited to 12, with a minimum of 6 guests.

WHERE TO REST YOUR HEAD

Save Wolves – and Let Wolves Save the Ecosystem

Save Wolves – and Let Wolves Save the Ecosystem

Wolves play an essential role in preserving and even enhancing ecosystems – they have demonstrably restored balance and helped all species thrive in Yellowstone – though sadly their viability is in crisis. A vital step […]

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First Nations cultural engagement – Canada

First Nations cultural engagement – Canada

Thanks to your $2,500 donation to youth development, you are invited to Kingcome Village, a First Nations peoples community in Canada, where you will be taken on a tour culminating in a dance performance by […]

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Conserving Wild Salmon – Canada

Conserving Wild Salmon – Canada

With a donation of $4,000 to The Pacific Coast Wild Salmon Society you will be invited on an exclusive wild salmon conservation day. The salmon are the backbone of this entire region and they are […]

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 Zip lining and bear tracking – Canada

Zip lining and bear tracking – Canada

Ziplining This thrilling eco-adventure is fun for the whole family! This experience features 2.5 hours of ziplining on a series of five zipline cables with a combined length of over 800 metres—a half-mile! Ziplines are […]

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 Flightseeing – Alaska

Flightseeing – Alaska

Although Alaska contains the largest protected wilderness on earth, most adventurers never get past over-crowded Denali or, at best, McCarthy. The Wrangell Mountains are notoriously dangerous and difficult to navigate on foot, even in summer. […]

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 Wildlife Encounter – Alaska

Wildlife Encounter – Alaska

There is an element of the unexpected — the thrill of being in a place where nature leads us, and not the other way around. When we put ourselves in nature’s hands we forget our […]

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 Polar Bear Safari – Canada

Polar Bear Safari – Canada

From three remote polar bear lodges deep in the heart of polar bear country you’ll feel like you’re in another world. You can even see polar bears in summer at the Seal River Heritage Lodge. […]

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 Heli-Adventure – Canada

Heli-Adventure – Canada

Explore 50,000 square miles of extraordinary wilderness with your private helicopter. Experienced pilots/guides will take you to 10,000 year old glaciers, snow-capped mountain tops, old growth forests, white sand beaches, waterfalls, pristine lakes, remote islands, […]

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 Wilderness and Wildlife – Canada

Wilderness and Wildlife – Canada

On Canada’s west coast, enjoy kayaking, paddle boarding, Great Bear Rainforest hiking, whale watching, bear watching, marine life tours, and so much more. Experienced guides will create an adventure package that fits your unique desires, […]

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Ultima Thule – Alaska

Stretching from Canada’s Yukon Territory to the Pacific Ocean, The Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is part of the largest protected land mass on earth. But most people will never see it. Although the land surrounding […]

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Nimmo Bay Resort – Canada

Set along the coastline at the foothills of Mt. Stephens, Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is a journey into the wild! A glacier-fed waterfall provides drinking water and green energy, where luxury and sustainability are realized […]

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Four Seasons Whistler – Canada

Opened in 2004, the Four Seasons Resort Whistler is now Whistler’s only five-star resort, and a recipient of the AAA Four Diamond Award. It rests at the base of Blackcomb Mountain, within walking distance of […]

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Churchill Wild – Manitoba – Canada

The polar bears won’t remember you. You will never forget them, hiking at ground level through their remote territory for a heart-pounding close encounter. Arctic Canada has a spectacular landscape, from estuary to Boreal forest, […]

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SAVE WOLVES AND LET WOLVES SAVE THE ECOSYSTEM

Sample Itinerary & Pricing

The escorted 7 day itinerary is $14,125 per person, including your flight from Montana to Colorado. International flights are not included, but we can arrange these for you, including private jet.

Dates are: July 11-17 and 25-31, August 8-14 and 22-28, 2020.

Group size is limited to 12, with a minimum of 6 guests.


DAY 1 ARRIVE MONTANA

Upon arrival at Bozeman Airport, you will be met transfer to transfer to the ranch, meet Mike and late afternoon eco-tourism activities and wildlife viewing.
Learn about Wolf conservation.
Dinner and overnight at Gallatin River Lodge

DAY 2 WOLF VIEWING

Experience a full day of eco-tourism activities and wildlife viewing at the ranch.
witness Wolf conservation first-hand.
Dinner and overnight back at Gallatin River Lodge

DAY 3 - YELLOWSTONE'S WOLVES

Mike will lead a memorable trip to Yellowstone Park’s backcountry for two hikes that provide a first-hand look at wolf habitat and the acclimation pens that were used for the wolves that were released in the Park in 1995.
The Yellowstone hikes are of moderate length and difficulty (3 miles round trip and 1 mile round trip).
Wolf conservation at its finest!
Dinner and overnight in Old Faithful Inn

DAY 4 - YELLOWSTONE IN DEPTH

Full day guided touring exploring other parts of Yellowstone (lake, geysers, canyon) and encounter other wildlife such as bears, bison and elk.
Dinner and overnight at Old Faithful Inn

DAY 5 - ASPEN, COLORADO

Fly to Aspen, Colorado to visit the location of the proposed wolf corridor.

Meet your guides Delia Malone and Professor Emeritus Dr John Emerick, who will escort you to landscapes near Aspen in the Maroon Bells Snowmass Wilderness where wolves would likely disperse to once they’ve been restored to Colorado, to complete Wolf conservation.

Overnight at the Little Nell hotel in Aspen.

DAY 6 -SNOWMASS

Continue to gain an understanding of the vast and remote character of Colorado’s wilderness lands

DAY 7 - FLY OUT

Your adventure ends with transfers to Aspen Airport.
Add-ons can be arranged to explore further.

Like what you see? Like it but want to make some changes? Either way, get in touch and we will make it happen for you.

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Lets Plan Your Trip

What our clients say about us

Incredible Experience

“My wife and I wanted to travel through Chile, Bolivia and Peru and were slightly daunted by the logistics of organising such a varied trip.

John Resse, USA

Best Trip Organiser

Chris was incredibly helpful not only mapping out the most exciting and engaging trip, but also using his extensive personal knowledge of the best things to do. They were reassuringly efficient in organising the trip, monitoring how we were doing during the trip and making adjustments to improve the trip.

Tracy Williams, UK

Fantastic Memories

Chris’s passion and enthusiasm encouraged us to do things we wouldn't have thought to do, which gave us fantastic memories of the trip of a lifetime.”

Tony Thomas, USA

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