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Enjoy Unforgettable Views of the Forest, Ocean and Stars

 


Spirit Bear Lodge is a welcoming and comfortable place to lay your head after a day full of exploration and adventure in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest.

Architecturally, the exterior of the Lodge pays homage to the traditional long houses built by west coast First Nations. Inside, the atmosphere is modern and relaxing with all the comforts of home.
 
 
 
 

 

After a day of wildlife, culture and adventure, relax with a glass of wine or craft beer and delicious après on our ocean view deck or in the cozy lounge area of the “Great Room”. Dinner is a communal experience where we enjoy the delectable meals created by our culinary team and share stories with each other.

Gaze out towards the grey blue waters of the Great Bear Sea and watch for passing Humpback Whales, Sea Lions, Otters, Eagles and more.
 


Enjoy the serenity and silence as you revel in the natural wonders of the pristine and raw landscape that surrounds you in this unique culturally authentic accommodation.

The rooms are spacious yet cozy and can be outfitted with a comfortable king bed or a pair of twin beds. Every room shares the same stunning ocean view and are the perfect place to relax after each day’s adventure.
 



Alex Schoumatoff. Vanity Fair Spirit Bear Lodge in Klemtu, BC is a world class, extraordinary, life changing wildlife experience. We saw the extremely rare white spirit bear, lots of grizzlies, humpback and orca whales, sea lions and fantastic jellyfish. The food and lodging were superlative and the local Kitasoo/Xai'xais people are lovely and extremely welcoming. Everything was beautifully organized to make it a five star experience. Alex Schoumatoff. Vanity Fair
Linda Reinicke Barnes 'This place is magic. You will be treated like family and will come away with an experience like no other before. Plan to spend several days so you can get plenty of opportunity to see the vast landscapes, the wonderful wildlife and get to meet the local people. Linda Reinicke Barnes