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Klahoose Wilderness Resort is owned by the Klahoose First Nation on the lands of the toq qaymɩxʷ (Klahoose) People. The resort is recognized as "Authentic Indigenous" by Indigenous Tourism BC and "the Original Original by Indigenous Tourism Canada. The resort has been awarded the 2023 BC Tourism and Hospitality Award for "Indigenous Operator or Experience" and a 2023 finalist for the Indigenous Tourism Award with the Canadian Tourism Industry Association of Canada and Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada. 















Originally built in 2008, the eco resort can accommodate 14 to 22 guests total. It provides an authentic and indigenous travel experience like no others. It’s ' accessible remoteness' on the water’s edge of the calm waters of Desolation Sound between BC’s Coastal Mountain peaks and lush temperate rain forests of the Sunshine Coast. The resort runs of a clean energy hydro system and strives to create a low carbon and sustainable tourism experience

Specializing in 3 and 4 night all inclusive wilderness and cultural tours, the resort is off-the-grid, water only and caters to small groups, couples, nature and wildlife lovers, photographers, food lovers, writers, painters, yogis and other travelers of all ages and diverse interests. Klahoose Wilderness Resort offers a range of marine and land activities along with cultural programing. Guests can live an immersive experience into Klahoose Culture at all times, particularly when they join grizzly bear viewing excursion with Klahoose Coastal Adventures in nearby Toba Inlet. Experienced Indigenous guides and friendly staff adds to the memorable experience. Guests returned transformed by the profound beauty and nature within the Klahoose Territory.

Welcoming visitors to our territory and our home brings opportunities and strengthens our Nation’s framework of modern life and aligns with our community vision for the future.

The Original Original
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