In Calm Channel, British Columbia
Here is the Rendezvous Lodge, a beautiful boutique resort with as much adventure as it has solitude. It's situated on an island within the Discovery Island Group in the renowned Inland Passage; you can only get here by boat, water taxi or float plane. But once you arrive, you're in for a getaway like you've never experienced. Enjoy a secluded retreat with luxurious amenities and the pure adventure of whale watching or ocean kayaking tours, remote floatplane trips and leisurely boat cruises among glaciers and waterfalls. Here, the ocean is deep and the wildlife is plentiful - a self-contained natural treasure! Relax in an elegant lodge-style guest room. Dine on the huge wraparound deck. Stay at the Rendezvous Lodge, and let them take care of the little things, so you can enjoy everything!
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 6 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City N/A
- Nearby Water N/A
- Open Dates May 26 to Sep 19
There are a variety of activities unique to our marine environment; you can fish for salmon with the best local guides, head out in search of the whales, or check grizzly bears and other wild life on a guided tour. Sitting on the deck and watching dolphins and seals is a favorite activity of many.
Located in some of British Columbia's finest fishing waters, Rendezvous Lodge guests look forward to catching Large Salmon, Halibut and Red Snapper.
With tastefully appointed rooms that are comfortable, cozy and immaculate, guests can lay back and enjoy! Wrap up in oversized robes or snuggle in your own Caribou comforter for the night.
Rendezvous Lodge can be found in British Columbia's famed Inland Passage in the Discovery Island Group. A waterfront vacation resort near Campbell River British Columbia, it is accessible only by boat or floatplane.
- Bird Watching
- Wildlife & Nature
- Campbell River Airport (YBL) / 6.7 miles
- Mansons Landing Seaplane Base (YMU) / 10.4 miles
- Comox Airport (YQQ) / 27.1 miles
* Not all airports listed here may be open to public use, or service commercial flights