King Pacific Lodge - British Columbia, Canada - Exclusive 5 Star Wilderness Lodge

Rooms & Suites: 17

King Pacific Lodge, A Rosewood Resort, is a fly-in luxury wilderness lodge and resort floating in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada.

The ultimate in luxury ecotourism vacations. Offering eco adventure travel that features humpback whale watch tours, luxury hiking tours, wilderness kayaking, cultural tourism, guided ocean fishing and fly-fishing trips for coho and Chinook salmon, halibut and trout and wildlife viewing tours of the rare White Spirit or Kermode Bear and other Canadian wildlife.

King Pacific Lodge provides the ultimate in luxury adventure travel and ecotourism vacations from its location in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada. As a luxury wilderness lodge, this is an unsurpassed eco adventure travel destination. Among its many accolades, King Pacific Lodge was selected as the Best Resort in Canada by the 2008 Conde Nast Readers' Choice Awards.

Accolades & Articles

King Pacific Lodge awarded North America's Leading Green Hotel, 2010 by World Travel Awards


World Travel Awards, A-List - Luxury Travel Magazine Award

Trip Type

Adventure/Eco/Nature, Business Meeting, Romantic Getaway


Ocean Fishing Guided Saltwater Fishing Guided Heli-fly Fishing Fly-tying Hiking & Heli-hiking Kayaking Bear and Whale Watching Nature Cruises Helicopter Flightseeing Excursions Wildlife Photography Gyotaku - the ancient Japanese art of fish printing Full-day cultural program Guided Spirit Bear Viewing Trips (seasonal)


Soothe your mind with the spectacular serenity and scenery of King Pacific Lodge. Rid your body of stress in the sauna, steam room or hot tub. Maintain your fitness in the mini-gym. Spa & Massage: Rejuvenate tired muscles at day's end with a soak in the hot tub or let your aches be soothed away by an aromatherapy massage.


The Lodge is located on the north coast of British Columbia, 56 miles south of Prince Rupert -- the nearest town and "gateway city." The southern tip of the Alaska panhandle is located just north of Prince Rupert. Northern British Columbia is one of the last corners of the earth to offer absolute wilderness, The Great Bear Rainforest is the largest intact temperate rainforest left on earth. It is the home of many diverse and unique species of animals including the Spirit Bear, the elusive rainforest wolf, pods of Orca whales and numerous bald eagles. The area has been home to the Tsimshian people for over 10,000 years and evidence of their history and culture are everywhere. The nearest Tsimshian settlement is just across Douglas channel 45 minutes from the lodge by boat. Princess Royal Island is an uninhabited paradise for the many species of animals and birds. It has a deeply indented fjord-like coastline, innumerable rivers and streams. Princess Royal and a few of the surrounding islands are the only known home of the elusive Spirit Bear.


Vancouver International Airport (YVR)

Airport Distance

then by floatplane to the lodge

High Season

June, July, August, September

Getting There

The 2011 season at King Pacific Lodge runs from June 3rd to September 23rd. From Vancouver, guests take a flight to Prince Rupert on the north coast of British Columbia that takes approximately 1 hour 45 minutes. Our floatplane charter meets you in Prince Rupert for the spectacular 40-minute flight to the doorsteps of the lodge. To connect with the floatplane to the lodge, guests leave Vancouver on the day of arrival around 1:30 p.m. for the Air Canada flight to Prince Rupert. On the return, guests leave the lodge around 5:30 p.m. to connect to the Air Canada flight departing Prince Rupert at 8:00 p.m. Guests arrive in Vancouver at 10:00 p.m. King Pacific Lodge has special contracted rates at both the airport hotel and downtown hotels.