Gateway to the Great Bear Rainforest
Gateway to the Great Bear Rainforest

Spectacular Coastlines

Follow the Whales

Cruising into Bella Coola / BC Ferries

2Coast1800dolphins, coean inlet, fishing, boating, beach, marineThe journey to Bella Coola aboard BC Ferries is truly where the adventure begins.

From the time you leave Port Hardy, on the northern tip of Vancouver Island, you are floating through unsurpassed scenery.

This crossing to the mid-coast ranks among the world´s most scenic. Cruising Queen Charlotte Strait – watch for sea lions on small islands and stay alert for whales and dolphins – it follows the stunning coastline of granite cliffs, misty green forests and deep fjords.

Cruising the North Bentinck Arm in your private vessel is perhaps the best of all worlds. Slow down for wildlife sightings and to take pictures before arriving at the public wharf.

Nimpkish Bella Coola Bella BellaFerry schedules are subject to change so be sure to refer to the BC Ferries website for the latest updates. To reserve, visit  bcferries.com/schedules/inside or phone 1-888-223-3779. Reservations can also be made from your cell phone at *BCF (*223) on Rogers or Telus networks.

For BC Ferries information & booking while in Bella Coola via Tweedsmuir Travel or phone (250) 799-5638 / 1 800 525-8998.

The Bella Coola Harbour Authority manages the wharf that consists of the ferry terminal plus a public marina that accommodates private vessels, commercial fishing boats and local boat charter operators. To arrange moorage or for information, phone 250-799-5633 or email: bellacoolaharbour@gmail.com

While on the water, the radio frequency for Bella Coola marina is VHF 66A.

 

Kayak the Great Bear Rainforest

Kayak the Great Bear Rainforest

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