Exceptional All-Inclusive Resorts

by Emma Sloley

King Pacific Lodge, Princess Royal Island, British Columbia, Canada

If you're sick of the Caribbean…

When the only way in is by floatplane, you know a destination has something wild in store. That's the beauty of the King Pacific Lodge, a 17-room hotel built on top of a 100-foot barge that, in summer, anchors off Princess Royal Island in British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest. While the rain forest is the habitat of endangered Kermode bears (also known as spirit bears, they resemble miniature polar bears but are actually black bears born with white fur), the hotel is the territory of folks who love nature and luxury in equal measure: After a rugged day tracking wildlife, a deep soaking tub awaits. The culturally curious can spend time with the indigenous Gitga'at people, who are part of the Tsimshian nation. But if your travel companion absolutely must get a beach fix, kayaking excursions to secluded inlets, fjords, and centuries-old shipwrecks should do the trick.

King Pacific Lodge
Princess Royal Island
British Columbia, Canada
Tel: 604 987 5452
From $4,650 per person for three nights, including round-trip transfers from Vancouver, all meals and beverages, and daily guided activities

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