About Grey Wolf Expeditions core values
Jesse and I started out in a tent in 2007 on Quadra Island. Shortly both of us got a job as a kayak guide on Quadra Island. We were blown away how strong our bond has become over that years. We love what we do. That's what we do. That's what we do all the time. This is our passion. Since 2010 all our tours are hand picked and thoughtful put together. Understanding that we will deliver a rather short break for most of you, we know that our trips to Quadra or our Orca Base Camp will be as double as effective as you think. Yes we do have cell phone reception at Orca Camp. But for some reason it does not seem as important. There are no street lights, electricty or traffic (except boats). Only you and BC's beauty coast. We take care of all the rest. We provide walk-in tents, with comfortable outdoor beds, fresh cooked local meals from lunch day 1 until lunch last day - and so much more. Let us take you away from your busy daily life.
We believe that travelling is most enjoyable when it expands the horizons of both visitor and visited, when both give and receive from each other. When it is a win / win. And we want to give back what we get. We are Orca and Whale silent protectors of the Northern Resident Orcas. We are committet to provide you the roots of all.
This is a busy world, we all need to sharpen our saws once in a while.
We also believe that families - both parents and kids - benefit when traveling together. Children as young as 3 can join our Orca Camp Tours. Much love from beautiful BC.
Jesse D. Haslehurst
Born and raised on Vancouver Island, Jesse D. Haslehurst has been lucky to spend the majority of his life pursuing outdoor recreational activities. From fishing, hiking and camping, to mountain biking and kayaking, the list of hobbies goes on and on.
Having worked as a guide for the last 6 years in BC and New Zealand, Jesse is living his dream of providing fun, and exciting adventure tours to interesting people from all over the world.
Originally from Croatia, Sandra Zgela had a 10 year career as an Office Manager for the Senior Vice President of a major aviation company in Germany. When she came over to Vancouver Island for camping in 2005 she was hooked.
Sandra then decided to work doing what she really loves to do. She moved to Vancouver Island in 2007 and has been working in the outdoors ever since.
"Wild" Bill Elliot
A Vancouver Island Native, "Wild" Bill Elliot has spent his life on the water. Everything from cruising around the world in the navy to commercial fishing.
For the past ten years Bill has been guiding a variety water based activities including fly-fishing, snorkeling with the salmon and kayaking. Bill an expert in local flora and fauna as well as their first nation uses. He brings an abundance of knowledge, experience and a lot fun to our team.