Moss-covered forest in Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve on Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands)
Explore a remote archipelago of mystical islands filled with old-growth rainforest and steeped in the ancient culture of Haida First Nation. Listed as one of National Geographic's 20 Best Trips of 2015, Haida Gwaii offers unspoiled wilderness and ancient cultural treasures surrounded by ocean waters teeming with wildlife.
Immerse yourself in the ancient culture of the Haida First Nation. Stand amongst ancient totems that were erected hundreds of years ago and see one of the last authentic First Nations villages at SGang Gwaay, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Guided tours provide the opportunity to visit historic and heritage sites, listen to stories that have been passed down for millennia, visit galleries filled with traditional art, explore the ocean in a hand-carved canoe, and end your day feasting on salmon and bannock.
Journey to the northern tip of magnificent Haida Gwaii where huge salmon runs create some of the best sport fishing in North America; halibut and bottom fish also attrract anglers from around the world. Fly into the Langara Fishing Lodge or settle into the luxurious Langara Island Lodge, set on a bluff overlooking the ocean, for the ultimate fishing experience.
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Explore rugged coastline and unspoiled waters teeming with wildlife on a boat tour around Haida Gwaii. Guides provide a history of the islands, while eagles soar overhead and dolphins and Orcas breach alongside your boat. Options include traditional First Nations canoes, luxury yachts with showers and gourmet meals, zodiacs and more.
Explore sheltered inlets and isolated beaches while silently gliding among the 138 rainforested islands that make up Haida Gwaii. The opportunity to see dolphins, Orcas, grey and humpback whales, puffins, seals and more in their natural environment make Haida Gwaii one of the best kayaking spots in the world.
Savour views of the Alaska Panhandle and walk for miles along a wide, beautiful beach at Naikoon Provincial Park on the northeast corner of Haida Gwaii, and explore the shipwreck at East Beach. After all the beachcombing, climb Tow Hill for panoramic views. In Tlell, settle into a riverside room at Haida House at Tllaal and explore the area with a Haida cultural ambassador. Come evening, savour traditional foods at the restaurant. Haida Gwaii is two hours from Vancouver or a short hop from Prince Rupert by air, or via BC Ferries’ seven-hour sailing from Prince Rupert to Skidegate.
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You can fly to Prince Rupert or Prince George to begin your journey in Northern BC. Air Canada... Read more and Pacific Coastal Airlines fly to Haida Gwaii from Vancouver and North Pacific Seaplanes serve the islands from Prince Rupert. If you plan to drive, follow Hwy 16, the Yellowhead Highway, or the Alaska Highway north.
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