Grizzly Bear Salmon Run
Photo Tour

Welcome to Canada's Famous Salmon Run in Klahoose Territory

Dates: September 4-8, 2022 

Visiting British Columbia is dream experience for world travellers looking for nature and adventure. The salmon run season is the best time for viewing and photographing Grizzly Bear on the BC Coast.  Yekwamen (Toba Inlet), on the edge of the Great Bear Rainforest is the southern most point for grizzly bear viewing and one of the best places for bear viewing due to the remote location, intimate viewing area and consistent bear sightseeing's.   Yekwamen remote inlet within the Klahoose First Nation traditional territory and tours are led by Indigenous guides along with your professional photography  instructors Chase, Jenni and Tyler.


Chase Teron is professional nature photographer, videographer and photography instructor based on Vancouver Island. 

He is a self-taught photographer who is extremely passionate about nature and animals, and he hopes his photography and videography will drive positive change in respecting our environments and people that live there.

He is an expedition leader and photography teacher guiding international clients all over the world in the Canadian Rockies & Canadian Arctic, Greenland, Iceland, Svalbard, Northern Norway and Africa with his multifaceted company Artica Studios. 

Chase is an expedition photography instructor at Natural World Safaris, Churchill Wild, Secret Atlas for the Svalbard Archipelago and Canadian Sub-Arctic expeditions to photograph the majestic Polar Bears amongst glaciers, and icebergs and all Arctic wildlife.

A few of Chase’s partners include Canon Canada, Aquatica Digital, F-Stop, Arc’teryx, Natural World Safaris, Churchill Wild, Secret Atlas, Vero, Keen, Air Iceland Connect and Prints for Wildlife. Chase has travelled to more than 30 countries and his favourite locations to shoot are the Great Bear Rainforest, Greenland, Iceland, and Svalbard. 


Chase Teron was also a finalist for National Geographic's Nature Photographer of the Year in 2017 and 2018.

He specializes in harsh conditions in the Arctic and sub-Arctic, and he is a firm believer of suffering to get the photo to tell the story. Chase loves the extreme conditions of the Arctic, and his life goal is to document the inhabitants of seemingly inhabitable locations.


Chase is very excited to have you join him and his wife Jenni as well as our videographer instructor and producer Tyler to the Klahoose Wilderness Resort, BC premier Indigenous owned wilderness resort,  to capture the beauty of Desolation Sound along with the highlight of grizzlies fishing in the clear waters of Yekwamen - Toba Inlet, British Columbia.

Be prepared to learn some incredible photography techniques and skills as well as editing to make your photographs award worthy and print worthy.

Chase Teron Portrait

Chase Teron

Jenni Lisacek Portrait

Jeni Lisacek

Tyler Cave Portrait

Tyler Cave


September 4-8, 2022

$4,995 CAD per person (based on double occupancy. Plus fees and taxes

This package has limited availability. To book please contact us to complete your reservation. 

Package Includes >

  • 4 nights - Accommodations in Lodge Rooms or Cabins with private washroom and ocean views

  • Grizzly Bear Viewing Tours in Toba Inlet: Three tours included, each tour is about 6 hours including the boat tour from the resort to our dock in Toba Inlet and 3 hours on land viewing the bears from our platforms with Indigenous guides and  3 photographers.

  • Three professional photo guides with in wildlife photographer lessons through your stay 

  • All tuition, individual post-processing sessions 

  • All meals from dinner on arrival to breakfast on departure

  • Activities such as Indigenous storytelling, cedar weaving, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, ocean swimming, forest walks, ocean foraging

  • Use of Resort Amenities: great room lounge, free Wi-Fi, satellite phone, large deck, dock area, campfire area, kayaks, paddle boards, rainforest walking trails

  • Covered boat transfer from Lund, BC to the Desolation Sound and the Resort (45 minutes). An optional land shuttle is available from Powell River Airport to Lund  - where the boat leaves for the Resort


Not Included >  Camera gear rentals, alcoholic beverages, travel from your home to Lund or Powell River or optional seaplane from Campbell River or Vancouver. 

​Have questions or need help planning your trip? Contact us and we help with all the details!