Even though not everyone will think this as their ideal way to spend their time, but what can be cooler than hanging out in the woods with one of the Pacific Northwest biggest wolf packs?
If you do visit Vancouver in any period in your life, make sure you add this activity on your list of to-do things there.
A non-profit organization called Predators of the Heart has been around since 1998. The organization has a sanctuary located in Anacortes, WA on a parcel of 10 acres.
On these lands, they house wolves, bobcats, cougars, birds of prey, and many different reptiles and small mammals.
The purpose of the sanctuary is to help visitors grow concern and caring for the animals and to make them realize that nature is entirely interrelated and that we cannot live with time away from it.
Number of animals in the sanctuary cannot be reintroduced into the wild and will need a healthy and safe environment to live their lives.
The exclusive Wolf Encounter Experience can be booked for $200 for two hours with a guide. In the tour, you will meet Max and Kakoa, the two wolf ambassadors at Predators of the Heart.
Not only that, but you will also be learning lots of facts about wolves and simultaneously interact with them. In the sanctuary there are no fences separating you from the wildlife, making the tour even more exciting!
The founder of the sanctuary, Dave Coleburn, said that their goal is to help children get educated about wildlife.
He hopes that the children will not only learn the facts about the animals from the tour, but take in a different affection, appreciation, and respect for nature and wildlife.
Locals or people that might stay for a while can join the Volunteer program whenever space becomes available at the sanctuary.