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The Islands Articles
Showing 16-30 of 33 Nature Resorts
The West coast weather is unpredictable and exciting during the storm season between November and March. During these months, the waves are huge, winds are strong & the skies create some truly amazing sunsets.... more
Situated in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest with a private helicopter at your disposal, you’ll see wildlife – grizzly bears, mountain goats, sea lions and whales – you’ll walk atop glaciers, raft down rivers and picnic by waterfalls. You’ll be immersed in sublime wilderness and creating memories to last a lifetime!... more
One of the greatest natural shows in the world occurs twice daily on the Sunshine Coast, in Skookumchuck Narrows Provincial Park.The rapids at Skookumchuck are the world's fastest salt-water-tidal rapids—up to 16 knots. The word "skookum" is the Sechelt Natives term for strong, "chuck" means water—an apt name for this impressive natural... more
Located 80 kilometers, or 50 air miles, north of Campbell River, British Columbia, is a wild and remote area of the Pacific Northwest known as Knight Inlet. As the longest fjord on the B.C. coast, Knight Inlet offers visitors spectacular scenery set against a backdrop of dramatic mountain peaks plunging into the Pacific Ocean.... more
Seascape Resort on Quadra Island was built for the nature enthusiast. Snag a 20 pound salmon or kayak so close to the killer whales that you can almost touch them. Whether you’re hiking, biking, kayaking or fishing, Seascape puts you in the middle of it all.... more
Wake up early to enjoy a sunrise on Cox Bay Beach, or explore all the natural beauty of Pacific Rim National Park, located just minutes from the resort. Arrange a Whale Watching Package and enjoy two nights at the resort and a two and a half hour whale watch excursion with the Marina West Adventure Centre.... more
At Middle Beach Lodge, nature is truly the star of the show. Located on seemingly endless beaches, the views from your room will leave you speechless. Fishing, whale watching, and birding are just a few of the ways to enjoy the area. And of course, you can also hike around the area too!... more
Vancouver Island is a natural paradise of the North Pacific region. You can take grizzly bear watching tours as well as Orca watching tours. There's so much to explore and you can hike, kayak, and fish your way through it all! It's just another great reason to stay at Old House Village Hotel and Spa!... more
Where wildlife is abundance, the calm silence of nature is intoxicating. The physical beauty of the Blackfish Sound area surrounding Malcolm Island is phenomenal. To the northeast the awe-inspiring snow covered peaks of British Columbia’s Coastal Mountain Range rise above the forest covered foothills of the Broughton Archipelago Provincial Park.... more
While staying at Strathcona Park Lodge, reconnect with nature by stepping on a day-long adventure with a private guide. Take advantage of one of British Columbia's best outdoor playgrounds by indulging in a multitude of fun activities. The adventurous traveler will love rock climbing and ziplining, while the more down-to-earth guest can enjoy a... more
The breathtaking scenery of the Vancouver Islands offers an unparalleled opportunity to reconnect with nature. Enjoy a fulfilling stroll along the vast coast on Wild Pacific Trail while marveling at the pristine rainforest vegetation soaring high above. Or, make the trek over to Pacific Rim National Park where the cool and wet maritime climate... more
Reconnect with nature during your Vancouver Island getaway to Shady Shores Beach Resort. Bird enthusiasts will surely delight in the area's abundance of Blue Herons, Bald Eagles, Brants, and other species. Or, seek out the abundance of marine life including seals and many other species from the comfort of your cottage, log home or vacation suite.... more