|Payment |||Cheque, Interac, MasterCard, Visa, Cash|
|Getting There |||380 Main Street, Tofino|
Profile Last Updated: March 18, 2009
Clayoquot Wilderness Resorts and Spa has grown into a golden triangle of adventure, which begins and ends in the tiny village of Tofino on the western edge of Vancouver Island. Founded in 1997, they promise discriminating travellers two world-renowned ultra-luxurious eco-resorts, four-star accommodations, otherworldly coastal cuisine, super natural adventure and some of the most breathtakingly beautiful wilderness frontier left on the planet. They stand for global responsibility, existing in an entirely sensitive and environmentally sustainable manner. They also hire local men and women, have various education-based naturalist and recreational offerings, and have enduring alliances with the First Nations people. Meetings and rentals are also available, as well as wedding and honeymoon bookings.
The Quait Bay Floating Resort is a mere 30 minutes away by water taxi or floatplane from Tofino. The tranquil bay shelters the resort’s flagship 16-room lodge. This is complete with onshore longhouse conference facility, a new healing grounds spa, two private lakes and acres of wild. The Bedwell River Outpost is just a few miles from the above resort and is a luxury 21st Century eco safari-style lodging. With a nine mile long fjord, lounge tents and a massive timber cookhouse, it offers a delicious paradox of indulgent luxury and remote, untamed wilderness.
An Environmental Legacy
The environmental legacy grows alongside their understanding of the nature of things, and is a $3-million, resort-wide, five-year commitment to research, conservation and enhancement that invites guest participation at any level. It’s funded solely by resort revenues and ensures that a visit to the area is more than just a vacation of a lifetime