Farewell Harbour Lodge

Location: British Columbia | Canada

Price guide: $$$$$ $100-$200 per person per night

Farewell Harbour Lodge sits inconspicuously on the waterfront in the Great Bear Rainforest, and is raised on stilts to blend seamlessly with its fairytale setting, where you’ll have wildlife from bears to sea otters as neighbours. After a day’s wildlife-spotting adventures in the wilderness, relax on deck or in the hot tub as you take in the spectacular sunsets.
Perfect forThose who are looking to do some wildlife spotting, boat trips and long forest hikes.
In the knowAt Farewell Harbour Lodge, activities are tailored to three things: the weather, wildlife patterns and most importantly, your interests. Choose from a variety of personalised adventures in the Great Bear Rainforest, which is also known as the Amazon of the North for its rich biodiversity.

Recommended for...

  • Wildlife & Nature
  • Walking & Trekking
  • Water activities
  • Adventure

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Farewell Harbour Lodge is nestled within 10 acres of land on Berry Island, within the beautiful expanse of the Great Bear Rainforest and the rugged shores of the Broughton Archipelago. Berry Island sits along the inside passage route to Alaska, and the vast Canadian wilderness and its diverse wildlife will be right at your fingertips.

Rooms at Farewell Harbour Lodge

The great draw of Farewell Harbour Lodge is the surrounding landscapes, so the rooms, connected by walkways through the forest, are left rustic and chic to blend smoothly into the wilderness. They feature natural materials such as cedar, nautical accents, local artworks and fresh flowers, alongside cosy wood-burning stoves.

Food & Drink

Farewell Harbour Lodge prides itself on offering meals designed with fresh local ingredients harvested right off the land. Dive into steaming crab claws or buttery salmon (caught by staff!). You can enjoy your hearty and wholesome meal by a crackling fire, and have a drink or two at the bar, while the two wraparound porches ensure that dinner always comes with a natural show - the beautiful orange-hued sunsets.


You can wake up to a yoga session on deck, while at the end of the day, an outdoor ocean-side hot tub allows premium relaxation after a day’s adventures, glass of bubbly in hand, while basking in the panoramic West Coast views and the moonlight glow.

Activities at Farewell Harbour Lodge

Explore the vast rainforest and its diverse wildlife, from bears and wolves to orcas and whales, on tailor-made wilderness expeditions. Come nose-to-nose with grizzly and black bears as they guzzle up salmon, catch your own dinner on a fishing expedition, cut across the mysterious dark waters of the rainforest’s fjords in a kayak or paddleboard, or go sea kayaking in and out of the hidden inlets. Embark on a private boat tour to see orcas swoop through the water and humpback whales blow giant bubble rings to catch their prey.

Get the adrenaline pumping with a trail-blazing mountain bike adventure through the rainforest, or learn about the Kwakwaka’wakw First Nations people and the local indigenous culture (which the lodge was inspired by) at the U’mista Cultural Centre nearby.

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Hotel location

Farewell Harbour Lodge can be reached from Alder Bay on Vancouver Island via a high-speed water taxi, which takes 30 minutes and travels through the Broughton Archipelago, where you may spot humpback whales, dolphins and sea lions on your way to the lodge. 

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