Clayoquot Wilderness Resort

Vancouver Island

Mar 9, 2011
Outside
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Clayoquot Biosphere

Deep in the Clayoquot Biosphere

TAGS: SEA OTTERS, LUXURY TENTS, FJORD
Think of Clayoquot as the summer camp of your dreams: a series of 20 wood-floored guest tents plopped at the mouth of a nine-mile-long fjord deep in the Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve, on Vancouver Island. Following a 30-minute boat trip from Tofino or a 60-minute floatplane flight from Vancouver, guests ride horses through old-growth forests; paddle the fjord among sea lions; scale the resort's natural-rock climbing wall, which overlooks the Bedwell Sound; and eat lunch on empty rock beaches. Three-day packages from US$4,788 per person, including the flight to and from the resort; wildretreat.com

Filed To: Rock Climbing, British Columbia, Sea Kayaks and Touring Kayaks

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