Tweedsmuir Park Lodge is a classic former hunting and fishing lodge that today accommodates those seeking a more eco-friendly adventure. Chalets are in a spacious setting with spectacular views.
This historic lodge, set on private land within the vast wilderness of one of BC's largest protected areas - Tweedsmuir Provincial Park - was originally built in 1929. Rebuilt in the 1950s, accommodation consists of ten chalets for two to four people, while the main lodge contains the public spaces for dining and socialising.
The majestic Coastal Mountains rise from the valley floor, with the largest fjord system in the Americas lying to the west, and the high Chilcotin Plateau to the east, creating a spectacular bio-diverse wilderness that is home to the totemic wildlife of the Great Bear Rainforest. Bears and other wildlife are regularly seen in the grounds, and the lodge organises drift trips down the McKenzie River - perfect for close-up photography of bears feeding.
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Focus on seeing British Columbia’s largest carnivore - the brown or grizzly bear. Fly by floatplane to your wilderness lodge of choice, and enjoy daily bear watching trips, either by boat, kayak or from hides, affording some remarkably close up encounters and an unforgettable experience.
When to go: May-Oct
Duration inc. flights: 8 days
Price inc. flights: From £4,595
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The area’s mountains, valleys and forests, extending up much of BC’s coastline, offer sanctuary to large numbers of grizzlies and black bear. No other mainland location offers such intimate wildlife encounters amidst breathtaking natural splendour. You can watch bears on foot or while drifting downriver.
Where: British Columbia
Ideal for viewing: American black bear, brown bear, humpback whale, spirit bear, grey wolf
Excellent for: Wildlife cruises, Wildlife festivals, Wildlife photography, Photography tours with Nick Garbutt, Mark Carwardine wildlife holidays, Bear watching