Remote rainforest location - Guided wilderness adventures - Outstanding wildlife encounters - Luxury eco-wilderness retreat
Day 1. Arrive Vancouver
Day 2. At leisure in Vancouver
Day 3. Fly to Port Hardy and transfer to lodge
Day 4. Wilderness adventures from lodge
Day 5. Wilderness adventures from lodge
Day 6. Final adventures from lodge and afternoon transfer to Port Hardy to connect with return flight to Vancouver
Day 7. Morning at leisure before departure
With seaplane transfers and non-heli adventures from £4250 per person
With helicopter transfers and daily heli-adventures from £8175 per person
(excludes International airfares)
Any date to your requirements from May to October
Whether you are celebrating a honeymoon, anniversary or birthday or maybe you just want to get away from it all to reconnect with family or friends, we will ensure that this ultimate trip of a lifetime will leave you with unforgettable memories of the most outstanding and unimaginable experiences.
Your ultimate experience starts and ends in Vancouver with a stay at a luxury boutique hotel in one of the city's most sought after areas. From here you can explore the city by day and refresh yourself for the adventure ahead. After a short flight to Vancouver Island, travel in style by seaplane or helicopter to Nimmo Bay, this is just a taste of the luxury and adventure that lies ahead.
Each day brings a new coastal adventure and the possibilities are seemingly endless. Choose from nature cruising, whale watching or wildlife viewing. The more energetic can try surf biking, kayaking, swimming or opt for a hike in the Great Bear Rainforest.
To access the more remote locations the helicopter is key allowing you to explore 50,000 square miles of pure wilderness that offer up-close encounters with wildlife, outstanding hiking trails and stunning scenery. Watch killer whales swim in the peaceful waters of Johnstone Strait, ocean kayak on the quiet mainland fjords of the Inside Passage, watch eagles, stellar sea lions, seals, blue herons and otters or fish for coastal trout and salmon on the rivers of the mainland coast.
Whether you wish to visit 10,000 year old glaciers, old growth forests or picnic on remote mountain tops; laze on white sand beaches, swim in waterfalls and pristine lakes, discover remote islands, hot springs and isolated rivers, nothing seems impossible.
After each unforgettable day head back to the resort, with its relaxed ambience and cosy atmosphere, where rustic chalets offer spacious and comfortable accommodation with no detail overlooked. Spend long lazy evenings on the floating fire dock, enjoy the facilities of the games room, relax in the cedar hot tub next to a cascading waterfall and indulge in the freshest coastal homemade cuisine accompanied by fine Canadian wines. The hardest decision you will make all week is deciding to leave!
This suggested itinerary is just an example of possibilities available for trips in this area.
Price is based on 2 persons travelling and sharing a room and is dependent on travel dates and length of stay. Please contact us for more specific pricing.