Shearwater Lodge details
Simple lodging with beautiful, rugged surroundings.
Approximately 550km north of Vancouver, Shearwater Lodge is situated in the Great Bear Rainforest on the rugged central coast line of British Colombia. The resort is only a few kilometres away from Bella Bella BC and boasts stunning, un-touched and un-tamed surroundings.
Accommodation & Facilities
Whilst staying at Shearwater on your eco-adventure, you will be provided a room at Shearwater Lodge, a 27 room waterfront lodge which also accommodates the resorts’ fishing package clientele, the general public and in the winter months is popular for the boating public.
The rooms are simple, but comfortable, containing a double bed and private en-suite bathroom facilities. Some rooms also provide beautiful coastal views.
On-site you will find a bar and a la carte restaurant, a barber/beauty shop, and a boutique where souvenirs can be purchased.
Internet is also available at a minimal charge.
All three daily meals are included in your stay, with a glass of wine being served free of charge with dinner. Meals are hearty and comforting.
You won’t run out of things to do whilst staying at Shearwater, with the wildlife sightings being top of the list. The Great Bear Rainforest is home to Black, Grizzly and Kermode bears, and sightings are common in the late Summer months. Bears aren’t the only wildlife to be found around the resort; other regular sightings include wolves, deer, mink, mountain goat, bald eagles and sea otters; so keep those eyes peeled!
Due to the Coastal location, Shearwater also provides guests a unique chance of sighting 3 different species of whale (The Orca, Humpback and Grey Whales) and even White-Sided dolphins! Whilst watching for whales, why not take a dip in Eucott Hot Spring, located in a beautiful bay just off the Dean Channel , surrounded by coastal mountains.
All transportation to the bear, totem, pictograph and whale viewing areas are included, and professional, First Nation guides will accompany you to share their knowledge and experience of the wildlife, culture and surroundings.