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King Pacific Lodge

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King Pacific Lodge Adventure - 6 Nights from Seattle/Vancouver | Departs Sundays

King Pacific Lodge

King Pacific Lodge
Departure Dates:

May 15 - September 30, 2013 - Call for Pricing Tour Features

  • Overnight at Delta Vancouver Airport Hotel
  • 3 Night stay King Pacific Lodge (Wilderness View Room)
  • Meet and greet services in Vancouver, Canada
  • Scenic round-trip flights from Vancouver to King Pacific Lodge
  • Champagne welcome reception and orientation
  • Gourmet meals while at the Lodge featuring British Columbia's finest organic produce and meats
  • All beverages including beer, spirits and award-winning British Columbia wines while at the Lodge
  • Daily guided ecotourism activities in the Great Bear Rainforest including whale watching and wildlife watching tours, ocean fishing, hiking, kayaking and cultural learning
  • Use of all lodge facilities
  • Rental Car
  • 2 Nights - The Inn at Laurel Point Hotel in Victoria

Day 1 - Arrive in Vancouver

Arrive in Vancouver BC and overnight at the Delta

Day 2 - Vancouver / King Pacific Lodge

You will be picked up at your hotel and transferred to your privately chartered plane. King Pacific Lodge is located on the north coast of British Columbia, 56 miles south of Prince Rupert. You fly to Bella Bella and transfer to a float plane as this luxury wilderness lodge is accessible by air only.

King Pacific Lodge offers the ultimate in luxury adventure travel and ecotourism vacations in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest. The lodge, this is an unsurpassed eco adventure travel destination. The lodge was selected as the Best Resort in Canada by Condé Nast Readers' Choice Awards in 2008 and 2009.

The Great Bear Rainforest is home to many species of animals but most notably the endangered Kermode or Spirit Bear. The backdrop for the luxurious lodge is unspoiled nature as far as the eye can see. Range after range of mountains, virgin forests, mountain streams, clear lakes, and the pristine coastlines are the backdrop for the wealth of outdoor adventures like fishing, kayaking and hiking that are included in your lodge stay.

Luxurious lodging and accommodations await guests at the end of every day. Oversized rooms and suites each feature a king-size bed with sumptuous down duvets, a comfortable window-side seating area, and a slate-lined bathroom with a deep soaker tub.

The lodge is also renowned for its incredible cuisine, making this an eco adventure not to be missed. (L, D)

Days 3 and 4 - King Pacific Lodge

It is the pleasure at King Pacific Lodge to offer adventures which allow you unique chances to explorer the soul of this area, its unmatched natural beauty and its special treasures. King Pacific Lodge's location has the reputation as one of Canada's greatest ecological treasures. As such these adventures are included:

  • Cultural Program - Learn about the ancient culture of the First Nations people in the area. Visit a traditional longhouse in a remote fjord, a seasonal fishing camp, or the First Nations community of Hartley Bay with its new cultural center.

  • Hiking - Hike among thousand year old hemlocks, fern-clad canyons, or pristine glacier waterfalls. Learn about indigenous plants and animals, keeping an eye out for the elusive whites Kemode Bear, Sitka Deer and Grey Wolves.

  • Kayaking - Kayak silently beneath ancient cedar branches on a private exploration of ocean beaches, secluded inlets and sheltered bays. Experience the rich sea life in the inter-tidal zones around the area's unexplored islands and coves. Sea kayaking is open to novice and expert paddlers alike with courtesy kayak instruction provided - along with approved expedition paddling vests and all required safety equipment.

  • Wildlife Viewing and Whale Watching - Take an adventure to observe wild animals, birds and marine life. By boat we can roam the ocean in search of Humpback Whales, Orcas and porpoises.

  • Salt Water fishing - June and July mark the Chinook salmon season in the saltwater. The Chinook is the largest of the Pacific Salmon species and can grow to sizes of 50 lbs. and beyond. Landing one of these fish is an exhilarating event regardless of experience level. (B, L D)
Day 5 - King Pacific Lodge / Vancouver / Victoria

Pick up your rental car and board the BC ferry to Vancouver Island. Overnight at the Inn at Laurel Point. This waterfront, resort-style hotels is situated downtown on Victoria's Inner Harbour.

Day 6 - Victoria, BC

Enjoy the many optional activities in and around Victoria including the Butchart Gardens, the Royal BC museum, or high Tea at the Empress Hotel

Day 7 - Return to Vancouver Airport / Home

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