Sailcone’s Grizzly Bear Lodge

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Lodging

We offer you a small comfortable lodge with friendly people to look after you. Choose your trip from late May through the middle of October.

In 2019 at the lodge we will offer the following:

  • Upstairs: one room with queen bed, 2 twin beds  and private ensuite.
  • Upstairs: two rooms with 2 twin beds and private bathroom.
  • Downstairs: one room with double bed and twin with shared bathroom.
  • By The Beach: our small cabin with double bed and ensuite.

Peace and Serenity

We’ve always thought that there wasn’t a lot of sense in leaving the city and its freeways just to join a large crowd. Most lodges accommodate 25-40 guests, and sometimes even more. This seemed to us far from ideal and certainly not the best way to enjoy the majestic wilderness of Knight Inlet. We keep the maximum number of guests to 10 at our lodge.

We built our lodge to provide a comfortable, intimate and relaxing atmosphere – a lodge that is yours. We also have added a small beach cabin with ensuite and a remarkable view. Our guests become, not only our wildlife companions but our friends as well.

Grizzly Bear Lodge And Safari Amenities

We offer you a small comfortable lodge or cottage with friendly people to look after you. Our lodge is located in a prime location in Knight Inlet allowing us easy access to world class Grizzly Bear watching up Knight Inlet and excellent whale watching near the mouth of the inlet and into Johnstone Strait. Our group sizes are small, creating a personal experience that larger lodges can not offer. After a full day viewing wildlife our guests all sit down together for dinner and share stories from the day. Choose your trip from late May through mid October

Boats

We use safe 17 ft speedboats with 2 motors, VHF radio and retractable cover to get out of the rain. We also use a larger 19 ft speedboat for larger groups and families. We supply you with sufficient equipment with any package that you choose. Boots, Suits, Rain Gear, Cooler Boxes are available at our lodge when needed.  Our guides average over 10 years of experience in the area and with a maximum of 4 guests per boat there is ample opportunity to have all of your questions answered.  All of our boats and crew are Transport Canada certified.

There’s just one thing, Don’t forget your camera! A camera with a zoom lens and LOTS of film or digital storage space will insure that you capture tons of memories! 

An adventure in BC’s Knight Inlet, on the Rain Forest Coast, that you will always remember.

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    Wildlife Watching?

    Batboat

    Not all watching is wildlife watching.  This summer we were taken by surprise when this vessel showed up in our viewing area.  The guest I had on board became quite interested and took many photos.

    “PORT ANGELES — Galeocerdo — which is the genus name of the tiger shark — came into the Port Angeles Boat Haven for a load of fuel on Friday afternoon.

    The unique-looking vessel conjures images of the Batmobile or something out of “Star Wars.”

    The 118-foot vessel was built of composite materials by Wally Yachts in Italy in 2003.

    She is powered by three gas turbine Detroit Diesel engines that generate 16,800 horsepower, which will push the boat up to 60 knots (70 mph).

    She also has two auxiliary Cummins diesel engines, each of which delivers 370 horsepower and are used for close-quarter maneuvering and cruising at the more comfortable speed of 9 knots.

    I understand that Galeocerdo was most recently in Mexico’s Baja California state cruising in the Sea of Cortez and is on her way north to spend the balance of the summer season cruising in British Columbia. But you can read more about this unusual vessel — with photos of its layout inside — at http://www.superyachttimes.com/sale/details/327.” Taken from the Peninsula Daily News

     

     

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