KLAHOOSE WILDERNESS RESORT
Klahoose Wilderness Resort logo design by Klahoose member Randy Louie
Klahoose Wilderness Resort is owned and operated by the Klahoose First Nation on their traditional territory within the heart of BC’s most pristine coast in Desolation Sound.
Originally built in 2008, the eco resort can accommodate 14 to 26 guests total. It provides an authentic luxury and indigenous travel experience like no others. It’s ' accessible remoteness' on the water’s edge of the calm water of the Homfray Channel between BC’s Coastal Mountain peaks and lush temperate rain forests of the Sunshine Coast and Northern Gulf Islands.
The off-the-grid, water only access resort 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 wide 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 communion with the wild in Klahoose Territory.
1790 Tork Road,
P.O. Box 09
Squirrel Cove, BC, V0P 1T0
Tel. (250) 935-6536