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Where to Stay in Canada

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Where to Stay in Canada

Canada has a wide variety of accommodation ranging from quaint guest houses to luxury hotels, and can also vary according to location, ranging from smaller floating lodges or tented camps in the heart of the wilderness to modern hotels in larger cities such as Vancouver or private yachts that ply the waters of the Pacific North West.

Below you can browse our selection of handpicked accommodation options, all of which have been chosen for their unbeatable proximity to the natural wonders of Canada. If there is a lodge that you wish to visit that is not listed, please do let us know and we would be more than happy to assist you.

Nimmo Bay

Tweedsmuir Park Lodge

Hailed by CNN Travel as one of British Columbia's best luxury lodges, Tweedsmuir Park Lodge is a cosy destination located on the banks of the Atnarko River and surrounded by stunning mountain scenery. It's the perfect base from which to explore this beautiful wilderness area and one of the best places to spot grizzly bears fishing the rivers during salmon-spawning season. En-suite facilities, a hot tub and great views over the lawns where you often get grizzlies first thing in the morning and last thing at night. Cosy log chalets with fires to keep you warm on those colder evenings.

Spirit Bear Lodge

Located to the north of Vancouver Island in Klemtu, accessible via seaplane and water taxi, Spirit Bear Lodge is a unique concept built and run by the local Kitasoo/Xaixai community - the lodge itself directly reflects their culture as it has been built in the style of their traditional long houses. Your main focus is on seeing spirit bears, grizzly bears and black bears in their natural habitat. Travelling via small motorboats, to ensure as little disruption to the area as possible, you will go in search of these majestic creatures within the Great Bear Rainforest. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Kitasoo Spirit Bear Conservancy, the only one in the world, where you can spot spirit bears, grizzly bears and sitka deer. Read more about Spirit Bear Lodge.

Wickaninnish Inn

Built to preserve the beauty and natural integrity of the site, this is an idyllic spot to enjoy this outstanding part of the Pacific Rim. As one of the top 25 resorts in the world, you are guaranteed a luxurious stay and everything from the cuisine to the rooms, each with a magnificent panorama of the ocean, is absolutely astounding. The facilities are fantastic and the wide range of activities, year round, is enough to satisfy guests of any ages, whether you want to relax in the spa, track bears or even enjoy a spot of storm watching. A unique back to nature experience, release yourself from the narrow spoils of urban life and fully immerse yourself in the wonders of the natural world in this rural retreat, surrounded by untamed forest and sea.

Nimmo Bay

Nimmo Bay is a unique and remote resort situated within the Great Bear Rainforest of British Colombia. With accommodation comprised of stunning buildings which feel like home and friendly hosts with a great focus on preserving the environment this is a fantastic base in which to explore your surroundings. With heli-hiking, fly-fishing and even daily yoga sessions taking place on the floating dock this is a place of great serenity.

Klahoose Wilderness Resort

Klahoose Wilderness Resort invites visitors into an immersive exploration of the coastal wilderness in Desolation Sound – a region rich in wildlife and cultural significance, and home to the Klahoose First Nation since time immemorial. Your stay at the resort is anchored by grizzly bear viewing in Toba Inlet, which offers some of the best bear-watching opportunities in BC. In addition to bear viewing, your stay includes interactive education about the Klahoose First Nation through storytelling, cedar weaving, and other cultural activities. You’ll solidify your bond with nature as you sea kayak, stand-up paddleboard, explore the rainforest, and swim and forage in the ocean. You can also read a book in the resort’s great room or on the large deck, relax in the floating cedar sauna, stroll nearby walking trails, and stargaze at the campfire area. Additional tours are offered at an additional cost, including saltwater fishing charters, helisightseeing or heli-hiking, and a glacier walk. However you choose to spend your time at the resort, you’ll depart with new knowledge and appreciation for this magical and culturally significant part of the world.