BC’s King Pacific Lodge offers luxury and wellness

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King Pacific Lodge, a floating wilderness resort anchored off British Columbia’s Princess Royal Island, has designed a customized wellness program for guests.

The luxury wilderness lodge, located in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest in Gitga’at territory along the central coast of British Columbia, is situated in the midst of the 21-million acre Great Bear Rainforest. A maximum 34 guests have intimate access to the largest remaining temperate rain forest in the world. It’s all about rejuvenation.

Two wellness sessions, June 6-9 and June 9-13, feature morning and afternoon yoga sessions; guided rain forest hikes; and a series of tailored spa treatments. Heli-yoga is also being offered for an additional cost. Heli-yoga? It’s a zen-like version of heli-skiing, where a helicopter whisks you away to a pristine setting surrounded by mountains and glaciers. There you’ll experienced outdoor yoga with one of the lodge’s trained instructors.

Each guest will receive a personal consultation with the spa manager upon arrival, ensuring the best spa treatments. A daily spa treatment is part of the all-inclusive package.

There will be ample time for watching wildlife, which includes orcas, humpback whales, eagles, wolves and bears. Gourmet cuisine prepared by Chef Maxim Ridorossi features local seafood, organic ingredients and British Columbia wines. The menus will be specially designed for the two wellness sessions. Enjoy such cuisine as spring salmon sashimi, summer squash and red pepper soup, weathervane scallops with organic valley greens and roasted candy cane beets.

King Pacific Lodge offers three, four and seven night all-inclusive packages. Rates begin at $4,750 per guest. The two sessions in June include the special wellness program.

King Pacific Lodge Website

Posted by Sue Frause on April 07, 2008 in Travel

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