Caption: Kensington Palace has released the family-of-four's itinerary, which runs from Saturday 24th September until Saturday 1st October 2016, and will see the family bear spotting and visiting rain forests across Canada
According to the itinerary, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be visiting Bella Bella in Heiltsuk, which describes itself as an Indian Reserve, on their forthcoming – and highly anticipated - tour to Canada.
William and Kate, who are expected to bring along their children, Prince George, three, and one-year-old Princess Charlotte, will travel to Bella Bella in British Columbia – home to the Heiltsuk people – as part of the week-long tour to the British realm.
The couple will be basing themselves in Victoria or Vancouver, along with the childrens’ nanny, Maria Borrallo, before travelling off to a number of locations in Canada including Victoria, Great Bear Rainforest, Kelowna and Haida Gwaii in British Columbia, and Whitehorse and Carcross in Yukon.
The Great Bear Rain forest has been dubbed 'the planet's last large expanse of coastal temperate rain forest' and is home to waterfalls, coastal gray wolves, grizzly bears, sea lions, and humpback whales. Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.
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