Here are a few reviews of our many adventures in British Columbia:
“This program was exciting and fun. The guides were excellent! We saw whales, dolphins, sea lions, black bear and grizzlies. The hiking was not strenuous at all. Vancouver Island is beautiful, a truly enjoyable experience!”
“Great program for those who want to spend a lot of time outdoors. Terrific scenery, the evening lectures were interesting. We did see a bear and her cub, but even if not, the scenery on that trip was worth it. Saw a lot of whales on the whale watch!”
At Pacific Rim National Park, bald eagles soar overhead, herds of one-ton sea lions sun themselves, and orcas and Pacific gray whales migrate by. Further to the east on the mainland lies the Great Bear Rainforest, one of the largest remaining intact coastal temperate forests in the world and home to the highest density of grizzly bears in North America. On this wilderness adventure, explore winding coastal trails, the protected waters of the Inside Passage and the Great Bear Rainforest for unparalleled opportunities to learn about wildlife and Pacific rainforest ecology.
A university of the world, Not-for-Profit Road Scholar has been leading global educational adventures for adults for over 40 years.
Our programs are all-inclusive educational adventures, not superficial tours. When you explore with us, you’ll have a deep, thought-provoking experience delivered by faculty experts on site.