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Agents Have The Chance To Send Clients For A Walk On Canada’s Wild Side With Better Homes And Gardens And APT

October 17, 2015 Travel Deals No Comments Print Print Email Email

CAN_Bear_BlueRiverSafari_350_GUTravel agents with clients planning a trip to Canada can advise them to tune in to Better Homes and Gardens tomorrow night to find out more about one of the country’s biggest drawcards – its wildlife.

As part of its dedicated ongoing partnership with award winning luxury travel operator APT, Better Homes and Gardens takes viewers on a tour of some of the highlights of the Rockies this Friday with presenter Dr Harry.

The sixth installment in a series of episodes the team has been filming on location with APT, this latest edition focuses on the Vancouver region, and on locations in the provinces of British Colombia and Alberta. The episode will be broadcast on Channel 7 at 7pm on Friday 16 October.

Dr Harry showcases Canada’s stunning scenery in conjunction with its many exciting species of wildlife. Highlights include his Blue River Safari adventure aboard a custom-designed boat, skimming the waterways in his search for local resident brown and grizzly black bears, caribou, moose, eagles and the many other native creatures that live there.

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Just outside of Banff, Dr Harry stops off to show viewers Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary, meeting the owners and finding out more about their efforts to protect these unique animals.

Commenting on its ongoing special partnership with the show, APT’s Executive General Manager Global Sales and Marketing, Debra Fox said, “Canada’s wildlife, and its bears in particular, is one of the main drawcards of this stunning destination. And who better to take viewers on a bear hunt than Dr Harry? Through our special partnership, we will showcase the magic and beauty of this destination for those planning their next trip. We hope that the episode proves enticing enough to encourage viewers to visit their travel agents to book a trip to see Canada’s wildlife for themselves.”

For further information call APT on 1300 196 420, visit www.aptouring.com.au/bhg or see your local business development manager.

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