Farewell Harbour Lodge | Canada | If Only

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Surrounded by 30 acres of private, pristine forest, and looking out onto crystal-clear waters from its waterfront position, Farewell Harbour Lodge's location on the southern frontier of Canada's Great Bear Rainforest is utterly idyllic. A haven for nature enthusiasts, wildlife lovers, or anyone looking to immerse themselves in Canada's spectacular wilderness, the lodge exists in perfect harmony with its captivating surrounds and offers a range of enthralling activities and excursions that allows guests to discover the local area and its native inhabitants. Seasonal bear safaris, marine excursions and whale watching tours offer a chance to see some of the majestic local wildlife up close, and kayaking in the calm waters of the Broughton Archipelago Marine Park promises inspiring views and a serenity not often found in modern life today, whilst Forest Bathing sessions will refresh and recharge mind and body. Back at the lodge, a warm and inviting ambience awaits full of rustic charm combined with modern comfort. There's a choice of 12 suites spread across the land and a floating deck, and a cosy lounge, dining room and bar complete with large brick fireplace encourages relaxation and chatting with fellow guests. An impressive wraparound deck with panoramic harbour views is the place to be later in the day, when the orange hues start to take over the sky above the hills and waters to the west.

Our Featured Offer

Canada Lodge Retreat

Farewell Harbour Lodge

Great Bear Rainforest , British Columbia, Canada

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Canada Lodge Retreat

  • 5 night All Inclusive package
  • Memorable wildlife viewing excursions on land and at sea
  • Set in a pristine, private 30 acre forest with waterfront views

5 night stay

From £5,859 per person

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 12 rooms
  • 1 restaurants and bars


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Vancouver Airport


Packages start and end at Alder Bay on Vancouver Island, from which a 30-45 minute journey by high speed water taxi transports guests to the lodge. A complimentary shuttle bus offers pick up at Port Hardy Airport meeting the first Pacific Coastal flight of the day from Vancouver every day as well as from hotels in the town.


April to early June and September to October is the best time to visit British Columbia for those looking to enjoy the great outdoors. November to March is the best time for skiing and for spotting Northern Lights. Summer is the busiest time in British Columbia, and also the best time for whale watching and bear viewing.



Great Bear Rainforest