Great Bear Lodge is a floating lodge set on a pontoon in an inlet surrounded by British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest. The lodge is less than an hour’s flight by seaplane from Port Hardy. It was used as a base by BBC while filming the ‘Secrets of Our Living Planet’ series. Settle into one of the eight ensuite rooms, that come with wood paneled walls and wooden floors. Take in the silence and solitude of the pristine surroundings and completely unplug from the rest of the world, with no TV, WiFi, or phone signal. Have a quiet read in the natural history library. Relax in the common area and listen to natural history presentations from wildlife biologists. Pick your spot on the natural wood decks that surround the lodge, sipping wine as you look out to the spectacular scenery. This is your best chance to spot wildlife, especially grizzly bears, black bears, cougars and wolves. Look out for whales and dolphins in the water, accompanied by an expert guide. Upon return from the wilderness, relish freshly prepared organic food before you tuck in for a cozy night’s rest.
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