Klahoose Wilderness Resort is owned and operated by the Klahoose First Nation on their traditional territory within the heart of BC’s most pristine coast in Desolation Sound.
The eco-resort can accommodate 14 to 26 guests. A visit presents the visitor with an authentic luxury and Indigenous travel experience unlike any other. The remote lodge sits on the water’s edge of the calm Homfray channel between BC’s Coastal Mountain peaks and the lush, temperate rain forests of the Sunshine Coast.
The off-the-grid, resort, accessible only by water, caters to couples, nature and wildlife enthusiasts, photographers, food lovers, writers, painters, yogis and other travellers of all ages and diverse interests. Klahoose Wilderness Resort offers a wide range of activities and cultural programing. Guests live an immersive, authentic cultural experience during their entire visit. Experienced Indigenous Interpreters and friendly staff adds to the memorable experience, particularly on the grizzly bear viewing tours in Toba Inlet. Guests leave transformed by the beauty of the Klahoose territory, their Nation’s unique culture, and the region’s exceptional wildlife.
Given its seclusion, Klahoose Wilderness Resort is surprisingly easy to access from Vancouver, Seattle, Vancouver Island, and beyond. Pacific Coastal Airlines offers regularly scheduled flights to Powell River where we will meet you and transfer you to our boat. One can also travel via BC ferries, and meet us in Lund Harbour for the boat ride to the Resort. Guests may also visit by chartered boat, seaplane and helicopter. The journey to Klahoose Wilderness Resort is truly spectacular.
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