Klahoose Wilderness Resort

British Columbia's premier Indigenous destination resort, Klahoose offers an intimate coastal experience, that will leave you transformed by the beauty of the Klahoose territory, their Nation's unique culture, and the region's exceptional wildlife.

Situated in the heart of Desolation Sound, Klahoose Wilderness Resort is located on Homfray Channel between the Coast Mountain peaks of British Columbia's Sunshine Coast and the Northern Islands of the Salish Sea.  All visitors meet at the lodge’s patio, where they are greeted in the customary Klahoose manner.  Stress immediately vanishes as osprey call across the Sound, the vision of an orca's particular dorsal fin breaks the water's surface, and the sea breeze drifts through the encompassing conifer woodland.

About Desolation Sound and Toba Inlet

Desolation Sound name was given by Captain George Vancouver, but the Coast Salish individuals have lived here since ancient times.  Villages sites through the sound have been occasional homes for hundreds and even thoughts of First Nation individuals. Today Desolation Sound is famous for its characteristic excellence, rich wildlife is woven into the fabric of the individuals that have lived here for thousands of years before the European contact. Desolation Sound Marine Provincial Park has been known by boater as probably the calmest and hottest waters on the Pacific Coast.

Since time before memory, the Toba Inlet has been the home of the Klahoose individuals. This is one of the main inlets on the BC coast. Toba Inlet is generally short when compared with other major coastal inlets with a normal width of 2.5 km and length just around 35 km. At the mouth of the bays is the Toba River and Klite River. The bay is flanked by tower iceberg peaks with waterfalls and is home to numerous grizzly bears.

Resort Highlights:

  • Ocean side Resort in a spectacular remote wilderness setting. 
  • Four Lodge Rooms and three independent Cabins.
  • Great Room with massive cedar beams and wood burning fireplace.
  • Great Room can also be transformed for activities such as fireside yoga, meeting room, presentation area.
  • Morning stretch class on the dock or sundeck.
  • Sea kayaks and stand-up paddle boards for exploring the nearby calm waters.
  • All-inclusive meal plan – eat well and healthy.  Vegetarian cuisine also offered.
  • Outdoor dinning, BBQ and campfire area.
  • Wi-Fi and Satellite Telephone in the main lodge (there is no cell coverage at the Resort).
  • The Great Room and Dinning Area at Klahoose Wilderness Resort.

Note - The operation of this tour is subject to the evolving COVID-19 situation.

Private Tour, Car, SUV or Minivan Rental, Upgrade & Extend Hotel Stay, optional Tours & Attractions:

  • Would your client like to rent a car?  
  • Please check us with on the various optional tours and activities offered at this resort.
  • Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is the closest airport to this resort.  If you need Airfares to the nearest airport, please let us know.

Please contact our Canada Destination Specialist for information and assistance.


  • 3 or 4 Nights’ accommodation in Lodge Room or Cabin.
  • All Meals.
  • Beer & Wine with Dinner.
  • Complimentary return Shuttle transfer service is offered from Powell River Airport to Lund and transfer by covered boat from Lund Harbor to Klahoose Wilderness Resort.  For details of boat sailing schedule, please visit Getting Here.  Clients arriving directly into Lund also will be offered free return transfer by boat from Lund Harbor to teh resort and back.
  • Klahoose Cultural and Wildlife Tour (May 13 - August 25, 2021).
  • Grizzly Bear Viewing Tour (August 26 - October 7, 2021).
  • Activities such as storytelling, basket weaving, yoga, guided kayak, forest walks.
  • Use of Resort: great room lounge, free Wi-Fi, satellite phone, large deck, dock area, campfire area, kayaks, paddle boards, walking trails.  
  • Luggage Handling.
  • Service Fee - CA $35 per person per day.
  • Conservation Fee - CA $25 per person per stay.
  • Taxes & GST.

NoteGrizzly Bear Viewing Tours are for ages 12 years and over only.


  • Airfare.
  • Ground Transportation to destination except the scheduled boat transfer from Lund Harbor. For details of boat transfer, please visit Getting Here.
  • Travel Insurance - recommended.  We require Travel Agent to secure a signed Waiver in the event client declines your offer to sell Travel Insurance.
    DMCi will require Travel Agent to provide us the signed waiver when required as a part of the Terms & Conditions of Contract.
    DMCi sells Manulife Travel Insurance.  Please check with us for rates.
  • Optional Tours & Admissions.
  • Tips for guides and lodge staff.

Accommodations Featured

Please contact our Canada Destination Specialist for information and assistance.


Room Configuration Beds Occupancy

For more information on Rooming and how rates apply, please refer to Important Notes

Optional Tour

These optional tours can be booked with our package. Please contact our Canada Destination Specialist for rates.

Notes about this Tour

Operation Info

YearNightsDates of OperationTour Code
20213 Nights13 May to 10 OctoberDM-KLAWILDEXOTIC
20214 Nights16 May to 16 OctoberDM-KLAWILDEXOTIC
Blackout Dates apply.


  • The operation of this tour is subject to the evolving COVID-19 situation.
  • Grizzly Bear Viewing Tours are for ages 12 years and over only.

Guest Participant Release

Because of the nature of the activities in which guests commonly participate in, all guests are required to sign a Guest Participant Release prior to your stay. Minors must have a parent or legal guardian sign the waiver on their behalf. Please return a copy of such waiver executed by each guest in your party with your deposit or full payment. 

A copy of the waiver will be available to you upon request to reservations@dmci.ca.

Getting Here

The Klahoose Wilderness Resort is located oceanside in the lush coastal rainforest of the British Columbia coast. Surrounded by the calm waters of Desolation Sound and the rugged Coast Mountain range the Resort is only accessible by water or air. Fly here with a 45 minute seaplane charter from Vancouver, take the 35 minute flight to Powell River or drive to Lund and meet our 45 minutes boat ride from Lund. 
By Boat
The Resort boat transfer from Lund Harbour is scheduled for Thursdays and Sundays between May and October.  The boat transfer from Lund Harbour to the Resort, takes about 45 minutes and is scheduled to depart at about 3:00 pm on Thursdays and Sundays. 
By Air
Located deep within the heart of the remote Desolation Sound biosphere, Klahoose Wilderness Resort is remarkably accessible. Several flight options are available and can be booked through the Klahoose reservation team. 
Prescheduled flights with Pacific Coastal Airlines departs from Vancouver International (YVR) South Terminal to Powell River Airport (YPW) and only takes 35 minutes, followed by our pre-arranged road transfer (1 hour) to the charming coastal town of Lund. Upon arrival to Lund Harbour guests are greeted by their local host and take a scenic 45 minutes covered boat transfer into Desolation Sound and Klahoose Wilderness Resort.
Powell River Airport to Lund Harbour Transfer Schedule:
Note: Schedules are based on Pacific Coastal Airlines schedule and are subject to change. 
Arrivals (Thursdays & Sundays) 
11:05 AM Powell River Airport to Lund 
Departures (Sundays & Thursdays)
12:00 PM Lund to Powell River Airport
Private pre-schedule seaplane charters are available from Vancouver, Whistler, and Seattle directly to the Resort. Shorter charter flights can be arranged from Vancouver Island, Tofino or Campbell River. Seaplane Flights from Vancouver International (YVR) South Terminal direct to Klahoose Wilderness Resort's dock take about 1  hour.  

Private pre-scheduled helicopter service directly to the Klahoose Wilderness Resort’s front lawn is also available from Campbell River or Lund and takes about 20 minutes. 
Please contact our Canada Destination Specialist if you have questions or would like to book one of the above options. 
By Land 
The drive from Vancouver to Lund, lo located on the northern end of the Sunshine Coast is considered one of the most spectacular car journeys in North America. The route includes two ferry crossings with plenty of additional sightseeing options along the way. The total journey time is typically 5-6 hours with several picturesque villages en route. 

The 40-minute crossing from Horseshoe Bay to Langdale captures the magnificent scenery of Howe Sound and the B.C. Lower Mainland. A beautiful 90-minute drive from Langdale can include detours to the coastal village of Gibson and ends in Earls Cove where the Saltery Bay Ferry conveys passengers for 50 minutes across still more sublime scenery. The final one-hour drive to Lund passes through historic and now booming coastal town of Powell River.  

On Vancouver Island, BC Ferries regularly depart Comox for a 1 hour 20 minutes crossing to Powell River. Lund is about 45 minutes from historic town of Powell River. 
By Sea 
It is also possible to access Klahoose Wilderness Resort by private sailboat or scheduled expedition cruise ship excursion. 

Please contact DMCi's Canada Destination Specialist for more details and assistance with your transfer to Klahoose Wilderness Resort.



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