King Pacific Lodge, floats anchored along side the shore of Barnard Harbour, Princess Royal Island in British Columbia, Canada; about 380 miles north of Vancouver. Princess Royal Island has no permanent inhabitants or structures and at its heart lies the Great Bear Rainforest, the world’s largest remaining tract of temperate rainforest.
Under the guidance of President, Michael Uehara the team believes in a philosophy which, emphasises a deep respect for the land, for the people of the land and an understanding that sustainable tourism in such a rare and special place can only flourish when guests from around the world share that same feeling. The bottom line for King Pacific Lodge is that all components must work together harmoniously for any one of them to succeed.
The Adventure begins, when you land in Vancouver and take the private charter flight to Bella Bella. From Bella Bella you board a float-plane for a scenic transfer to the lodge’s front door.
As soon as you touch down on the crystal waters lapping at the edges of the lodge, your every need is catered for, with 30 staff and an all inclusive service, you will want for nothing. All that is left for you to do is to choose how you want to spend your time. With every thing from hiking with the professional wilderness guides, sea kayaking, beach combing, heli-hiking, whale watching, wildlife viewing, star gazing, floatplane tours, fly-tying instruction and cultural tours with the indigenous Gitga’at, how will you spend your days?
Contributor: Alexandra Pinhorn
King Pacific Lodge a client of Magellan PR. Follow them on Twitter – @KingPacific and Facebook: kingpacificlodge.
Among its many accolades, King Pacific Lodge was selected as the Best Resort in Canada by Condé Nast Readers’ Choice Awards in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011
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