Adventure Eco-Challenges with King Pacific Lodge in BC

King Pacific LodgeIf you’re up for adventure, challenge and saving the world, this travel deal is for you.

Playing for Good

King Pacific Lodge in the Great Bear Rainforest in Canada’s west coast, British Columbia, is offering a fun way to experience the wilderness while giving to a good cause.

This eco-tourism initiative features a series of seven challenges. When one is accomplished, a donation of $100 per adventure challenge will be donated on your behalf to local conservation, wildlife and cultural charities. Read on to find out about the Adventure Challenges!

For those who complete all seven activities, a special bonus donation of $1,000 will be given to the Hartley Bay School on behalf of the guest. Those who complete three of the seven adventure challenges will receive a complimentary spa treatment.


KayakThe Adventure Challenges

1. An 8km open-water circumnavigation of Ashdown Island by kayak
2. Mastering a Sm’Algyax language guide of place and animal names on a cultural tour
3. Photographing four marine or land mammals
4. Releasing 3 salmon caught on self-tied lines
5. Photographing 2 of 3 bears of the Great Bear Rainforest
6. Summiting a nearby mountain
7. Photographing 2 edible plant species

King Pacific Lodge

The King Pacific Lodge is located on the remote Princess Royal Island in Central British Columbia, Canada in the Great Bear Rainforest. It is known as BC’s luxury wilderness lodge – and is also a floating hotel.

As a place for pure seclusion and wilderness, the lodge is accessible only by being flow in to the Barnard Harbour on Princes Royal Island, where it is located.

The lodge is open from May to October and offers a vacation or getaway where luxury and adventure go hand in hand. Packages start at $4,750 to $12,300 CDN (per person, double occupancy) for 3 nights and $9,800 to $28,000 for 7 nights. Stay periods include three nights, four nights and seven nights.

Fees include meet and greet in Vancouver, round trip flights to the lodge, a Champagne welcome reception, all meals and drinks for the length of your stay, use of all lodge facilities and a selection of guided activities (fishing, heli-hiking, regular hiking, kayaking, wildlife viewing, cultural tours, and etc). Spa services are available at extra costs.

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