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Trip Report Trip report; a safari (sorta), but not in Africa

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Hey all,

Since I normally only post here in this Fodors forum, I thought I'd let you all know as well...

No real safari this time, but certainly eco-tourism to a place with some iconic animal specis; Canada!

We visited Vancouver Island, did whale- and bear-trips from Telegraph Cove, crossed over to the sunshine coast, drove to Jasper, and then further north to the Rockies and back down to Vancouver. In this 2nd part of the trip we did a lot of Provincial- and National parks; Wells Gray, Mt. Robson, Jasper, Banff, Yoho, Kootenay, Glacier, Mt. Revelstoke.

We were with 6 in one vehicle and used only B&B's or lodges. Our ages; 37 to 65 (so itinerary was adapted to that).

For a trip report including plenty of pics, see here;

http://safaritalk.net/index.php?showtopic=7604

If you have questions; just ask!

Ciao,

J.

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