Offers single day and multi day field trips with a variety of caving and other recreational opportunities. NEW! Class visits and catered programming to match your curriculum.
Consider linking trip with:
- Comox Valley Fossil Adventures – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Courtenay Museum – Geology and fossil workshops
Located: Errington, BC
The North Island Wildlife Recovery Association, partners “with the citizens of Vancouver Island to establish a facility for the care of ill, injured and orphaned wildlife and to educate the public on wildlife and environmental issues.”
Connect to your environment through observation, inquiry and critical thinking.
Meet our many non-releasable resident animals, learn their natural history and why they live here at the centre. Be inspired to act and protect animals and our natural world.
Choose from these 4 tour options:
- General Guided School Tour (K-12)
- Interactive “Discover Bear” (Guided School Tour K-12)
- Interactive “Discover Owl” (Guided School Tour K-12)
- Self-Guided School Tour (K-12)
Location: West of Campbell River, Gold River Highway
Our interactive outdoor education programs challenge, inspire and enlighten youth in a positive and exciting environment. Through a combination of teamwork initiatives, active outdoor activities and engaging instruction, shy students shine, new stars emerge, accomplishments bolster confidence, bonds form through shared experience, challenges are overcome and students learn leadership, teamwork and initiative.
We delight in the diversity of our school partners and are proud to work with many exceptional public schools, Francophone and French Immersion schools, as well as highly regarded independent schools such as Waldorf, Montessori, First Nations community schools, and homeschool groups. For many schools, the annual Strathcona trip is a rite of passage for their students and an integral part of their school community.
Location: Vargus Island, Tofino, BC
Booking Spring 2020– priority booking deadline is November 30th, 2019.
Cedar Coast Field Station programs provide an opportunity for learners to develop a more ecologically grounded perspective directly through curriculum, and indirectly through place-based experiential learning. We believe fostering an ecological perspective, for all ages, is of great importance since education influences attitude, and attitude reveals the environmental policies we stand by.
We encourage educators of all disciplines to run programs through the Cedar Coast Field Station and contribute to a creative, interdisciplinary learning environment.
Located: Ucluelet, BC
Our mission is to raise awareness about local marine biodiversity and promote respect for the ocean environment. We greet visitors from all over the world treating them to a very personal view of the fish and invertebrates from our local waters in Clayoquot and Barkley Sounds.
We offer programs for school trips and for visiting tour groups. We request that all large groups to book with us in advance to ensure appropriate staff numbers for your visit.
Please keep in mind that the aquarium is closed during the months of December, January, and February.