Vacation at the King Pacific Lodge and explore one of the remote corners of the world without having to give up the luxuries of modern living. King Pacific Lodge, located on the north coast of British Columbia, Canada, 56 miles south of the nearest town Prince Rupert, offers luxurious accommodations and is our choice for one of the best adventure vacation spots.
Northern British Columbia is home to The Great Bear Rainforest, the largest intact temperate rainforest left on earth. Unique species of animals include the Spirit Bear, the rainforest wolf, Orca whales and bald eagles. The lodge is set in the middle of forests, mountain streams and clear lakes. Click here for great Canada specials.
The King Pacific Lodge was designed to offer its guests comfort and spectacular views of the landscape. The lodge is crafted from timber and native stone. Seventeen oversized accommodations are furnished with custom-designed furniture, deep soaker-tubs and down duvets. When booking your room, you can choose between wilderness and ocean views on your adventure vacation.
Several wilderness packages are available at the lodge, including salmon fishing, fly-fishing and wildlife viewing. Optional adventure vacation activities include helicopter flight-seeing excursions, guided fly-fishing, guided spirit bear viewing trips and guided saltwater fishing.
When you return from your daily trip, have a soothing massage, relax in the sauna, steam room or hot tub. At night, gaze through the high-powered telescope and admire the number of stars visible in the wilderness.
The Pacific Northwest cuisine at the lodge incorporates fresh local ingredients such as seafood, native plants and fruits. Fine British Columbia wines are served to complement each dish at the lodge dining room.
The all-inclusive adventure package available May through October, costs from 4750 CND per person for three nights. The package includes round-trip floatplane flights from Prince Rupert to the lodge, full-service gourmet meals and all beverages including an open bar, daily Guided hiking and kayaking, marine wildlife cruise, sunset cruise and night cruise. Use of all Lodge facilities including games room, fireside library, spa, sauna and steam room is also included.
Prince Rupert is accessible from from Vancouver, British Columbia, by plane.