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Experience the Klahoose Wilderness Resort

Welcome to Klahoose Wilderness Resort, British Columbia’s newest Indigenous cultural experience
Welcome to Klahoose Wilderness Resort, British Columbia’s newest Indigenous cultural experience. A resort that reflects the Klahoose traditional values and offers an immersive exploration into this pristine region rich in diverse wildlife, wilderness, and cultural significance
4 Days from $2395/person CAD

Primary Location

Desolation Sound, British Columbia

Departures

May 12 - October 13, 2022

Included:

  • Accommodation in Lodge Room or private One or Two Bedroom Cabin
  • Klahoose Cultural and Wildlife Boat Tour (May 12- August 24) OR Two Grizzly Bear Viewing Tours (August 25-October 13 )
  • Activities such as Indigenous storytelling, cedar weaving, guided kayak, rain forest walks
  • All meals
  • Use of Resort: great root room, free Wi-Fi, satellite phone, large deck, dock area, kayaks, paddle boards, walking trails
  • Boat transfer from Lund to Desolation Sound and the Resort (Thursdays and Sundays)

Not Included:

  • Hotel tax 10% and 5% GST
  • Applicable Service and Conservation Fees
  • Optional Tours (Guided Fishing Charters, Heli-Sightseeing/Hiking/Glacier Walks)
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel from your home to the Resort Vancouver

Pricing Details

Contact us for more information, availability, pricing and how to reach Klahoose

  • Klahoose Wilderness Resort is an all-ages resort, and welcome guests who are under 19 years old. Please note that Grizzly Bear Viewing Tours is from 10 years and over only. Parents or guardians are responsible to monitor and supervise any minor at all times.

Optional Extras:

  • 5 days all-inclusive packages are available on request
  • Children are welcome at the resort. Grizzly Bear Viewing Tour, from August 25 to October 13, is from 10 years and over only

Itinerary

Klahoose Wilderness Resort provides an intimate, worry-free experience for families, couples, and individuals who wish to escape into a glorious natural environment, home to a set of the most biodiverse ecosystems on our planet. A visitor’s day fills with adventures, transformational experiences that may include watching Grizzly bears fishing for salmon, kayaking beside a pod of porpoises, and forest hikes into an ancient western red cedar grove.

Given its seclusion, Klahoose Wilderness Resort is surprisingly accessible. Guests from Vancouver, Seattle, Campbell River, Vancouver Island, and beyond can travel via air, car, or boat to the coastal town of Lund on the Sunshine Coast where the scenic boat transfer to the Resort departs. Floatplane and helicopter charters are also available.

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