Connect with the wildlife and culture of Canada at Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge. This luxury eco-lodge in British Columbia offers superb cuisine and top-quality lodging, with reverence for the beauty of the location.
Nestled on Vancouver Island, guests experience the sights and sounds of the Canadian boreal forest with the comfort and luxury of an award-winning hotel. The lodging comprises 25 canvas tents that line the shore. This is no rugged camping though, rather a curated escape from the everyday.
Just off of Clayoquot Sound, guests can enjoy magnificent views, gourmet foods, wilderness adventure, and a realizing spa. The Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge melds the five-star hotel experience with the beauty of the wilderness, offering a one-of-a-kind escape for those looking to relax.
Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge sits within the Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. The evergreen forests slope down mountains and meet the Clayoquot Sound. Right on the water is the Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge, an eco-lodge where all the beauty of nature shines through.
The founder of Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge, Richard Genovese, was inspired by the landscape and decided to open the lodge to share his love for the area. In 2000, Genovese bought and opened the 600-acre resort. For seventeen years, the lodge was lauded for its eco-safari approach. After Genovese died, the property was acquired by KSL Capital Partners, who bought the property in hopes of maintaining Genovese’s vision.
The Baillie Lodges network currently maintains the Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge. They have renovated the Lodge to bring it back to its former glory with all the contemporary styles of 2021. The Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge is currently the most remote and wild offering of the Baillie Lodges. Read more about them here.
Lowest impact construction and operation
High level of energy efficiency
Pioneer in waste management
Fully organic and chemical-free operation
Actively protects nature and community