3 Dream Resorts Where Wilderness Meets Luxury

Stay in comfort on Vancouver Island's wild West-Coast at one of our three wilderness resorts

Creating lasting memories through custom wilderness vacations. We offer a wide range of accommodation options from a full-service RV park to luxury yurts and oceanside chalet or indulge in an all-inclusive vacation at one of our first-class floating fishing resorts.

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Moutcha Bay Resort

Create lasting memories with family & friends in beautiful Nootka Sound at Moutcha Bay Resort on the west coast of Vancouver Island, B.C.

A scenic two-hour drive from Campbell River, the resort offers everything from serviced campsites to luxurious oceanfront yurts and chalets. The perfect wilderness setting for your Vancouver Island getaway with all the comforts of home and more.

Why choose Moutcha Bay Resort.

  • Lodge Suites, Luxury Yurts & Oceanside Chalets
  • Serviced Campsites & Camping Yurts
  • Spa Treatments at the Salal & Sea Spa
  • Dining at the Conuma Grill
  • Activities for the Whole Family 
  • Full-Service Marina & Fishing Boat Rentals
  • Drive-In or Boat-In Access 
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Nootka Sound Resort

Nootka Sound Resort is a floating, all-inclusive resort moored in the friendly waters of Galiano Bay in Nootka Sound, BC. Bring your own boat, rent one from our fishing boat fleet, or hire one of our experienced fishing guides for your on-the-water adventure. Gourmet meals, comfortable guest suites and expansive dock space to relax on, Nootka Sound Resort is the perfect resort for your Vancouver Island getaway.

Why choose Nootka Sound Resort:

  • Custom All-Inclusive Vacations
  • Luxury Floating Lodge Suites 
  • All-Inclusive Gourmet Meals
  • Guided Fishing Charters
  • Fishing Boat Rentals
  • Kayaking, Paddleboarding & Games
  • Floatplane or Boat Access – Pick-ups Available from Moutcha Bay 
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Newton Cove Resort

Experience luxury in the wilderness at the exclusive Newton Cove Resort, located in Espinosa Inlet and bordering BC’s finest salmon & halibut fishing grounds. Staying at Newton Cove Resort is an experience to remember with five-star service, thrilling fishing charters, well-appointed accommodations and exquisite dining. Newton Cove offers an upscale west coast wilderness fishing retreat perfect for couples, professionals and passionate anglers. An ideal setting for your next corporate retreat.

Why choose Newton Cove Resort:

  • All-Inclusive Deluxe Packages 
  • Luxury Floating Lodge Suites
  • Gourmet Farm to Table Meals
  • 24-Hour Fully Stocked Snack Bar 
  • Remote Wildlife Tours 
  • Guided World-Class Fishing Charters
  • Floatplane or Boat Access
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A place to cherish and protect

The women-led business of Nootka Marine Adventures (NMA, which operates three fishing resorts) prioritizes catering to its guests, while also educating them on how to protect the environment, during fishing and kayaking tours, for example. NMA is already well-known as a thriving fishing company; now the staff members want to provide context as to why this is a place to cherish and protect.

Stunning Scenery

If you are looking for a unique location, stunning scenery, and a memorable overall experience, this is the spot!

— LindaBTraveller, TripAdvisor

A Little Piece of Heaven

A truly hidden gem off the beaten track. I would highly recommend Moutcha Bay resort to anyone looking for an idyllic escape! Already booked again for next year! 

Coldasicequeen, TripAdvisor

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This place is amazing

This place is amazing, right when you think you have reached the edge of nowhere, a beautiful full service lodge with excellent food and drinks. Great service and staff, excellent guided fishing tours.

— Dave Hill