Go with a Guide
We offer various cost-effective guided trips, ranging from overnighters to week-long treks, along the magnificent coast of British-Columbia, our home and playground. A truly hassle-free to get up close and personal with mother nature in all her glory, and learn a few of her tricks in the process.
We no longer schedule public expeditions as we shifted our focus on the needs of individual travelers. That being said, after 27 years and more than 250 multi-week expeditions, we do know a thing or two about leading groups into the wilderness! Some of those expeditions have become such classics that we now offer them on a custom basis. In 2019, we’ll be taking private parties to the Yukon and Labrador, for example. If you know of a few like-minded individuals with a taste for the wilds, let’s talk, we’ll only be too happy to come up with something exciting for your group.
What’s on your bucket list?
Dream up your trip of a lifetime, and talk to us!
We just might turn it into reality, like we have done for many already…
the Canadian sky is the limit!
The man behind NTC, Lo has designed and led 121 expeditions in northern Canada. He brings along a vast knowledge of wilderness, ecology and culture, as well as a wicked sense of humour to every trip he leads.
John is an accomplished sea-kayaker and musician. He guides our custom kayaking tours in the Gulf Islands and trekkings along Vancouver Island's west coast, loves good coffee and is a wonderful ambassador for the temperate rainforest.
Before moving to Vancouver Island in 2017 with his partner Ellen, Iwan Lewylle worked as a biologist in Belgium for more than 10 years. He is very familiar with Canada’s wilderness and after many trips around our globe, he now wants to work as a guide and interpreter. Iwan has a great interest in wild animals - birds, whales and amphibians, particularly in combination with photography. He wants people to enjoy and understand nature. Iwan works with Nature Trek Canada as a guide and organizer of (mostly) guided group travel in Canada and the United States.
Several guides work with us on special occasions.
Stuart Higgs is a certified sea-kayaking guide with a wide knowledge of First Nations culture.
Bill Duffett has been involved in all things Labrador since 1992. A highly respected wildlife officer and connoisseur of the north, Bill works with us on logistics and winter expeditions.
Mike Roelofs is an award winning photographer (mikeroelofs.eu) and has guided many expeditions in Labrador and British Columbia.