In partnership with the Royal BC Museum we have set up a unique experience, with a rare trip to The Race Rocks Marine Protected area, on this one of a kind Ecological Reserve Tour.

This exclusive tour will take you on the shores of Race Rocks, a visit few people ever make. Explore the tidal pools and see birds, invertebrates and mammals in one of the most spectacular marine areas on the West Coast.

Join Royal BC Museum experts

Dr Melissa Frey, Curator of Invertebrates

Expertise – Marine invertebrates




Heidi Gartner, Invertebrates Collection Manager

Expertise – Marine invertebrates




Claudia Copley, Sr Entomology Collections Manager

Expertise – Insects and spiders




Darren Copley, Naturalist and former President of the Natural History Society and Royal BC Museum Research Volunteer




Included with the trip is a copy of Marine Mammals of British Columbia (a $27.95 value) and a visit to Lester B. Pearson United World College where you will enjoy lunch and a campus visit before heading back to Victoria.

 Limited seats available. Reserve your spot today through the Royal BC Museum!

Please note: This trip involves stairs, slippery rocks and uneven terrain, good mobility is required.