Island Filled With Friendly Wolves Invites Visitors To Stay In A Sanctuary

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Imagine frolicking through the woods with one of the greatest wolf packs in the Pacific Northwest by your side. If you ever happen to be near Vancouver, this dreamy scenario could become your reality.

Island Filled With Friendly Wolves Invites Visitors To Stay In A Sanctuary

Imagine frolicking through the woods with one of the greatest wolf packs in the Pacific Northwest by your side. If you ever happen to be near Vancouver, this dreamy scenario could become your reality.


Predators of the Heart Sanctuary invites people to come to hang out with the wolves for an exclusive two-hour Wolf Encounter Experience. All you need to do is book your adventure through Airbnb.


The tour begins when you meet Max and Kakoa, the four-legged wolf ambassadors of the sanctuary. The two amazing creatures will guide you through the sanctuary’s ten-acre compound, where there is so much to see and learn.


Rest assured, you will also have an experienced wolf handler and human guide by your side.


The tour includes fascinating facts about wolves, such as how they act in their natural habitat.


Island Filled With Friendly Wolves Invites Visitors To Stay In A Sanctuary

@predatorsoftheheart


Meeting wolves in real life will also let you get to know their powerful personalities first-hand.


If you are envisioning fences separating you from the wolves, then think again. You will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with these unbelievable creatures – even stealing a kiss or two.


Island Filled With Friendly Wolves Invites Visitors To Stay In A Sanctuary

@mjean_xo


Instagram pictures? Of course! The sanctuary makes sure to set you up for Instagram-success. There is a particular part of the tour where the guides create ideal opportunities to get photographs of visitors interacting with the wolves.


Take a look through the sanctuary’s tagged Instagram images, and it’s clear to see people score incredible pictures with these gorgeous beasts.


Island Filled With Friendly Wolves Invites Visitors To Stay In A Sanctuary

@emwitham


You may do it for the Gram – but the mission at heart is so much bigger than a fabulous photo could ever capture. Predators of the Heart is all about animal conservation and giving the wolves a safe and happy space to call home.


The tour is $200 per person, which is not bad for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity like this. Your money also helps save wolves and fund the sanctuary’s awesome mission.


Predators of the Heart is dedicated to working towards wolf conservation, exotic animal rescue, and wildlife education.


Dave Coleburn founded the organization in 1998. “I remember my parents saying go outside and play. So I did, it was then I came to love and respect nature,” he writes on the sanctuary’s official website.


Island Filled With Friendly Wolves Invites Visitors To Stay In A Sanctuary

@pothwildlife


The sanctuary is licensed and insured by the USDA to make sure animals are properly cared for and humanely treated.


Apart from nature, us humans can't survive – that's something deeply embedded in the sanctuary’s message to visitors.


Many of the sanctuary’s animals can't be released back into the wild, and so they'll live out the remainder of their lives in the safe and healthy environment lovingly provided by Predators of the Heart.


Wolves are not the only animals they work so hard to save. The sanctuary is also home to foxes, cougars, reptiles, birds of prey, and many other creatures and critters.


There is even a sloth house where this cutie-pie (pictured below) lives!


Predators of the Heart hosts two tours every day Monday through Saturday. They're closed on Sundays. The AM tour starts at 10 am and the afternoon tour begins at 1 pm, for those of you that need your beauty sleep.


No walk-ins are allowed, and the sanctuary isn't open to the public so don’t forget to book your tour through Airbnb.


The sanctuary is around a two-hour drive from Vancouver. It's located on Fidalgo Island, close to Anacortes, Washington.


Island Filled With Friendly Wolves Invites Visitors To Stay In A Sanctuary

@megs.writes


That's something every animal lover must add to their bucket list. I’ve already added it to mine!

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