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We are honoured to be featured in the news and have collected some of the most recent news articles about our featuring Klahoose Wilderness Resort.  

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25 extraordinary travel experiences for 2023

December 20, 2022 - Signature Luxury Travel & Style 

Delve into British Columbia’s wilderness with First Nation guides. 

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Entre authenticité et modernité, 6 expériences originales à vivre auprès des peuples autochtones du Canada

December 15, 2022 - GEO France 

Les nombreuses communautés autochtones du Canada sont connues pour leur généreux sens de l'hospitalité et leur esprit d'entreprise. Découvrez leurs cultures ancestrales lors d’expériences touristiques inoubliables.

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The 23 best places to go in 2023

November 29, 2022 - Condé Nast Traveller 

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Go for: New Indigenous-led experiences and wilderness lodges


The grizzly bears of Toba Inlet

November 2, 2022 - Vancouver Sun, Lindsay Salt 

Into the forest of the Klahoose wilderness where mosses, ferns and lichens festoon tree trunks and branches.


Authentic Indigenous recognizes Klahoose Wilderness Resort

October 20, 2022 - Indigenous Tourism BC 

Authentic Indigenous recognizes Klahoose Wilderness Resort for continuing the ancestral toq qaymɩxʷ commitment to the preservation, conservation, and protection of oceans, wilderness, marine, and terrestrial life, as well as the local community.

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Nature-inspired Connection: Indigenous Tourism BC Team Retreat at Klahoose Wilderness Resort

October 20, 2022 - Indigenous Tourism BC 

After three years of observing guidelines for responsible travel and respectful gathering, the Indigenous Tourism BC team left the office and the city behind for a three-day team-building and strategy session at Klahoose Wilderness Resort. 


Canadian Geographic Adventures Announces 2023 Travel Lineup to the Designated Travel Collection

October 19, 2022 - Royal Canadian Geographical Society   

Canadian Geographic Adventures is once again taking readers off the pages of Canadian Geographic magazine and into the field with its 2023 Designated Travel Collection. 

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This Remote Resort in Canada Is Working to Preserve Indigenous Through Hospitality

October 10, 2022 - Travel + Leisure, Kathryn Romeyn  

Klahoose Wilderness Resort, owned by the First Nation of the same name, is on a mission to save their culture through hospitality — and share their slice of off-the-grid paradise, too.

Klahoose Wilderness Resort: Canada’s indigenous-owned wilderness outpost

October 2, 2022 - The Times , Mike MacEacheran  

Mike MacEacheran drops in for close encounters at the country’s newest First Nations stay on the British Columbian coast

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Wo Buckelwale springen und Grizzlys jagen

September 30, 2022 - Speigel Reisen, Winfried Schumacher  

Wo Buckelwale springen und Grizzlys jagen

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The Past Forward

August 1, 2022 - Conde Nast Traveler, Jayme Moye  

These Indigenous-Owned Lodges Take Visitors Deep Into British Columbia.

Kanadas Wunde: Wie die indigenen Stämme mit dem Trauma Umerziehung umgehen

September 30, 2022 - Berliner Zeitung, Winfried Schumacher  

Am 30. September gedenken die Kanadier der Kinder der indigenen First Nations, die in Internaten misshandelt wurden. Eine Spurensuche in British Columbia.

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B.C. Adventures: Exploring Desolation Sound

July 13, 2022 - Global News Morning BC   

Chris Tait of Klahoose Wilderness Resort gives his top picks for explore Desolation Sound

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The 20 Best Family Holidays Abroad for 2022

June 28, 2022 - The Telegraph, Laura Fowler   

 These are the family holidays you'll remember forever.

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Move Over California: Check British Columbia's Sunshine Coast

May 13, 2022 - The Travel - Renee Cosme   

Tours, like that from Klahoose Wilderness Resort, offer visitors experiences to view grizzly bears in Toba Inlet in the summer months.

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At this Indigenous-Owned, Off-Grid Eco-Resort in B.C. Guests Can Spy on Grizzly Bears.

April 26, 2022 - Canadian Traveller - Linda Barnard   

At this Indigenous-Owned, Off-Grid Eco-Resort in B.C. Guests Can Spy on Grizzly Bears.

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Canadian Geographic Draws Readers off the Page and into the Field - Canadian Geographic Adventures

April 25, 2022 - The Royal Canadian Geographic Society 

Over the years, the Society has collaborated with a variety of travel partners to bring meaningful, custom-curated travel experiences to our membership.  Klahoose Wilderness Resort is now a designated travel partner. 

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What's behind the growing interest in Indigenous-led tourism in Canada?

April 21, 2022 - Global News - Kamyar Razavi

“Canadians,” Tait says “want to connect with Indigenous culture, Indigenous people. Tourism offers a way to do that.”

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Eco-Friendly Resorts 

March 31, 2022 - Getting on Travel - Lori Tripoli

With a healthy environment top of mind for any vacation thanks to the pandemic and two years of shutdown and social distancing, GettingOn Travel asked its team of contributing writers to identify their favorite eco-friendly resorts.

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Grizzly Watching: Getting to know the locals in BC's scenic Desolation Sound

March 11, 2022 - explore - Jenn Smith Nelson

Small coastal First Nation fuels economic growth with clean energy

February 14, 2022 -  National Observer - Rochelle Baker

The Klahoose Nation is charged up over a new clean energy project that both protects the environment and fuels economic development.

20 Best Places to Travel in Canada for 2022: Time for Indigenous Tourism

February 3, 2022 - 

20 Best Places to Travel in Canada for 2022: Time for Indigenous Tourism. Magnificent nature reigns in the inlets and islands of Desolation Sound on the province’s central coast, including at the luxurious Klahoose Wilderness Resort.

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20 Best Places to Travel in Canada for 2022: Time for Indigenous Tourism

February 2, 2022 - Qantas Travel Insider - Karla Courtney 

On British Columbia's Sunshine Coast, an Indigenous-owned Wilderness Lodge lets' visitors experience where the bears, Orcas and seals roam free.

22 Canadian Eco Tour Adventures Worth Investing In For 2022

January 26, 2022 - Adventure Awaits - Jami Savage 

Connect with the Coast at Klahoose Wilderness Resort, Desolation Sound, British Columbia


Klahoose Wilderness Resort decreases carbon footprint with the power of water

January 17, 2022 - - Odette Auger

In the midst of a pandemic, climate emergency and uncertain economic future, Klahoose First Nation is looking at ways to shift from fossil dependence to alternative sources of green energy.

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Klahoose First Nation resort to be run on 100 per cent clean energy

January 5, 2022 - Campbell River Mirror - Marc Kitteringham 

The Klahoose Wilderness Resort in Homfray Channel is going to be even more of an idyllic eco-getaway soon, once the diesel generators get turned off.

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Brix Marine delivers latest water taxi

January 17, 2022 - MarineLog - Nick Blenkey 

Now in service at the Klahoose Wilderness Resort on Cortes Island, B.C., Canada, the 32- by 12-foot Goat 1 water taxi is the latest addition to Port Angeles, Wash.-based boatbuilder Brix Marine’s PAXCAT portfolio.


Indigenous clean-energy projects funded

January 13, 2022 - Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation

The Province is partnering with Indigenous communities throughout B.C. to work toward a low-carbon future by providing funding from the First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund (FNCEBF).

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Come Ashore. Stay A While. 

January 7, 2022 - YAM Magazine - Linda Barnard

The welcome is as warm as the scenery is wild at Indigenous-owned Klahoose Wilderness Resort. 

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Which British Columbia Holiday Is For You?

December 9, 2021 - Qantas Airways - Destination Canada 

For wildlife... Newly reopened and Indigenous-owned Klahoose Wilderness Resort is another secluded spot that can only be reached by boat or private seaplane.  If you aren’t greeted by seals on the large floating dock upon arrival, you will most likely see them lying about in the morning before the sun rises over the misty peaks. 

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Indigenous Retreat

November 27, 2021 - West of the City - Linda Barnard 

Indigenous-owned and operated Klahoose Wilderness Resort in British Columbia immerses guests in storytelling, traditions, craftwork and grizzly bear tours.

2021 TMAC Award Winner - Best Spirit of Canada Award

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Klahoose Wilderness Resorts' First Nation Influence and Regenerative Tourism on Desolation Sound

November 22, 2021 - NUVO Magazine - Ben Dreith 

Klahoose Wilderness Resort's First Nation influence and regenerative tourism on British Columbia's Desolation Sound. 


Au cœur du Canada avec les peuples autochtones

November 17, 2021 - La Presse - Destination Canada 

À la recherche de cadeaux originaux et remplis d’authenticité ?

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