$110 Flight Credit on Spring Trips – Anniversary Promotion

Spring in the Great Bear Rainforest 2013. Photo (c) James Warburton

Maple Leaf turns 110 in 2014, and we’re offering a $110 flight credit on these spring trips, to guests who book before March 10:

We’ll take care of booking the flight for you, too.

Details:

For Vancouver Island to Great Bear trip:

  • Maple Leaf Adventures will book your return flight from Bella Bella to Vancouver on April 30th and pay $110 of the fare.
  • If there is any additional fare amount (possibly between $20 and $80), we’ll charge you for it.
  • Flights are operated by Pacific Coastal Airlines, which has been serving British Columbia for many decades.

For Great Bear Rainforest and Kitlope trip:

  • Maple Leaf Adventures will book your “to” flight, from Vancouver to Bella Bella on May 2 and will pay $110 of the fare.
  • If there is any additional fare amount (possibly between $20 and $80), we’ll charge you for it.
  • Flights are operated by Pacific Coastal Airlines, which has been serving British Columbia for many decades.

For both trips:

  • Guests must accept the travel date and flight booking provided by Maple Leaf Adventures. Not redeemable for cash value or trip credit; not transferrable to other people; not for use with other trips; no substitutions. We look forward to welcoming you aboard.
  • Maple Leaf Adventures is not liable for any failure on your part to check in, nor for any rebooking costs you might incur, and is under no obligation to change our departure time to accommodate a missed flight. Private transportation to the ship in the wilderness is very expensive. Please check in for your flight on time.
  • Maple Leaf Adventures is under no obligation to change our departure time to accommodate late luggage.
  • Please note, this flight is operated by Pacific Coastal Airlines and Maple Leaf Adventures is not responsible or liable for the flight or your baggage.

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