Call of the wild

Gloriously remote and set in one of Canada’s wildest and most astounding natural settings in the UNESCO-designated Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve, Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge offers guests an unforgettable experience of Vancouver Island, where the landscape and wildlife combine in an enchanting adventure.

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Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge is named for Clayoquot Sound, a vast, 62-mile (100km) wide inlet of the Pacific Ocean. The sound is made up of a series of remote inlets, private bays and small islands surrounded by pristine, old-growth conifer forest. An ancient landscape carved by the ocean, the west coast of British Columbia’s Vancouver Island is richly biodiverse and plays host to thousands of species of flora and fauna.

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Twenty-five luxuriously appointed white canvas tents, in the style of turn-of-the-century prospectors, line the banks of the magnificent Clayoquot Sound and are dotted among the region’s pristine old growth temperate rainforest. End-of-the-bed views, specially commissioned furnishings and artworks from local artisans evoke a personal connection with the Vancouver Island landscape.

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Dining at Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge reflects the natural surrounds of Vancouver Island’s wild west coast, using locally sourced, sustainable produce to offer a real taste of the destination. The lodge offers contemporary style cuisine with influence from British Columbia’s multi-cultural community and the Pacific Northwest’s thriving culinary scene. Ingredients on the daily changing menus are mostly sustainably produced, foraged or respectfully harvested and are sourced from Vancouver Island and the greater province of British Columbia.

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Located at the heart of Vancouver Island’s natural wild-west playground, Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge offers guests a full itinerary of extraordinary nature-based adventures. Guests have direct access to 600-acres of gloriously wild nature reserve where opportunities for adventure, education, natural enrichment and personal connection abound. Experiences span the equestrian, marine-based and land-based as well as exhilarating helicopter adventures.

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