Whether you choose to fly in by seaplane, or cruise in by boat, you’ll arrive at one of Canada’s greatest outdoor adventure destinations in real style.
The wilderness of Vancouver Island is spread out beneath you. Vast blue lakes sparkle, contrasting with the dense green of boundless pine forests. The snow-capped peaks of great mountains reach up towards you. Then you’re amongst it all, as your seaplane lands on Clayoquot’s lake.
Welcome to adventure. A First Nations guide will help you explore the mighty forest and Flores Island. You can go white water kayaking, wildlife viewing on horseback, tracking after black bears or whale watching. You can even learn to surf from a pristine beach. And since you chose Clayoquot Wilderness Resort for your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Canada, you’ll also have the indulgence of five star cuisine and the excitement of sleeping in ultra-modern safari tents.
Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, at a glance
- Remote but luxurious adventure resort on the edge of a beautiful lake
- 45 minutes by seaplane from Vancouver BC, or 30 minutes by boat from Tofino
- Choice of 20 luxury and deluxe tents
- Luxury tents have en suite bathrooms, king-size beds plus full day beds, heated hardwood floors and accommodation for up to five family members
- Deluxe outpost tents offer prospector-style quarters on raised wooden platforms, hidden away in the forest – with designated showers and wood stoves
- Fine cuisine using the best of local produce to create coastal Cascadian speciality dishes
For leisure and pleasure
- Eco-safari spa offering massages, cedar-fired hot tubs and a range of holistic therapies
- Boardwalk trek to geo-thermal pools in Hot Springs Cave
- Kayaking along mountain-fed white water streams or on the sea
- Surfing lessons
- Horse riding through the forest on expeditions to the abandoned gold mines of Bear City
- Trips to explore Bedwell’s own Jurassic Park
- Wildlife walks with First Nations guides
- Tracking black bears
- Whale watching and otter spotting
- Archery courses and rock climbing