Create a traditional drum, made from deer hide and yellow cedar, while learning about the heritage, songs, and stories of the Gwa’sala Nakwaxda’xw people. Watch for eagles, bears, coastal wolves, killer whales, porpoises, and playful otters as you cruise to the Nakwakto Rapids, the fastest navigable tidal rapids on the planet.
Visit the north end of Vancouver Island to stay at the gorgeous Kwa’lilas Hotel, the region’s premier Aboriginal destination resort. Experience the tranquility, simplicity, and natural beauty of the Kwa’lilas Hotel and celebrate the commitment the Gwa’sala Nakwaxda’xw Nation has for its history, culture, and traditional territory.
Visit the sandy shores of Storey’s Beach when the tide is out to discover a nearly endless expanse of beach beauty, or take the Harbour Walkway, a paved route for walkers and hikers that follows the Glen Lyon River and Hardy Bay.
With 85 guestrooms and a comprehensive selection of authentic local Aboriginal arts and culture, this resort is the perfect blend of luxury, history, and natural beauty.
- Return airfare between Vancouver and Port Hardy
- Traditional Territory Flight;
- Drum Making;
- Nakwakto Rapids Tour