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Guide brilliant we looked for all sorts found longhorn sheep, mule deers and elks all the bears eluded us. Fantastic evening out.
The animals were otherwise occupied but that is a chance you take.
A very knowledgeable, passionate tour guide made up for it.
Well worth it just in case.
The animals are active throughout the day but seem to be more active in early morning or in the evening.
Our guide took us to areas where we saw several Elk and a two Black Bears.
It was especially satisfying to finally take a photo of a Black Bear in the wild.
Greta guide who continued on to search after the allotted time had expired. Good local knowledge.
Well, we didn't see a bear or a moose, but our tour guide, Ben made sure we saw plenty of wildlife on this great tour, plus all the best places for photographs. A great experience and one to remember for a long time. All your tour guides are a credit to your company.
The French guy was great - fun and yet very informative. Just the right person as he had a flare for animals and nature. Ideal for wildlife safari's in case you do not get lucky with things to see!
A great little trip with a guide who clearly enjoyed sharing his knowledge of the local wildlife.
A very informative tour. We did see a bear, mule deer and glimpses of other deer so we were quite lucky.
Friendly and knowledgeable tour guide included a lot of history of the region. Perhaps the tour could have been a little longer.
DBT were excellent picked up on time agreed, very knowledeable of where wildlife might be found and went out of their way to ensure we saw as much as possible in the time alloted. Guide gave a vey good account of how Canada was looking after their parks.
Our guide was Mia, and she was excellent. If we had seen no animals, it would still have been a terrific outing ... but we did see animals! If I was forced to identify any shortcomings, it would be an unmet interest in learning a bit more about the geology makeup of the region.
We saw male Elk rounding up the females then battling by locking horns. As it was mating season they were also buggling - the male elk that is. This is a good tour, but obviously hit and miss as to what wildlife you actually see.