Nootka Sound is a large body of water separating Vancouver Island from Nootka Island. Galiano Bay is nestled within the Sound. This remote part of Vancouver Island is part of the traditional territory of the indigenous Nuu-chah-nuth people and has a fascinating history.

The west coast of Vancouver Island, one of the most rugged and unspoiled places left on earth.

Steep, heavily forested mountains border deep protected inlets and multitudes of sheltered coves and bays. The thick rainforests surrounding the resort are home to a large variety of wildlife, including wolves, cougars, eagles, and bears. Watch for whales, sea lions, sea otters, and other marine life, too!