Visit Prince Rupert, Canada
Prince Rupert, Canada
Beautifully set on the northern Pacific coast of British Columbia within easy reach of the Queen Charlotte Islands and Alaska’s Ketchikan, Prince Rupert is the terminus of the Skeena railway, and is a uniquely accessible outpost in the natural world.
Wildlife of Prince Rupert
This is a place where eagles, bears, and whales outnumber people and the area has over 10,000 years of First Nations history, clearly evoked in the Museum of Northern British Columbia.
Nearby the Khuzeymateen Provincial Park occupies a beautiful and remote valley that has earned world-wide fame for its prolific population of grizzly bears.
Suggested itineraries featuring Prince Rupert
This sample itinerary will give you an idea of what is possible when you travel in Prince Rupert, and showcases routes we know work particularly well. Treat this as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists.
Map of Prince Rupert
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Photos of Prince Rupert
Accommodation choices for Prince Rupert
We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Prince Rupert. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.
The Crest Hotel offers comfortable rooms and suites, and enjoys one of the most scenic vantage points of Kaien Island.
Ideas for experiencing Prince Rupert
Our specialists seek out authentic ways to get to know the places that could feature in your trip. These activities reflect some of the experiences they've most enjoyed while visiting Prince Rupert, and which use the best local guides.
The three hour tour includes a spectacular float plane or helicopter ride to the Khutzeymateen and a tranquil two hours grizzly bear watching from the safety of our Zodiac boat that takes a maximum of 10 guests.
Plunging deep into the wilds of British Columbia, the Skeena takes you on a 1,160 kilometre journey past the highest peaks of the Rockies, countless lakes, waterfalls, frontier settlements and forested mountain slopes.