Serengeti Lodge

3 Tsitika Crescent, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Inn
Prices starting from $159.00

Travel Blogs from Port Hardy

Bear Tour in Telegraph Cove

A travel blog entry by whereisphoebe


Had no wifi again today. Today we went on a bear tour. We went on a boat for about 2 hours over into Knights Inlet where we were going to be looking. As soon as we got into the cove we saw 5 grizzly bears, a mum with her 2 cubs and 2 older cubs. Throughout the day we saw 2 other grizzly bears, 3 porpoises and 8 black-tailed deer ( 2 fawns and 6 ...

We Have No Idea Where We Are!

A travel blog entry by pjnedry


... advantage when they can!!

We had dinner on the ship . . . a nice buffet . . . almost like a cruise ship but without the crowd . . . and massive dessert display, although it was very nice. The sun was actually too bright seated on that side of the dining area!!!

Again, the ferry was about to 2/3 full . . . by my guesstimate . . . some of the facilities were not open . . . one that was . . . was the gift shop . . . when we got our ‘keys’ . . . ...

Road trip to Bear Cove Cottages!

A travel blog entry by middlemoss


Made it to Port Hardy where Bear Cove Cottages lived up to its name - we saw a gorgeous black bear cross the road! Also visited a salmon hatchery where the baby salmon nibble on your fingers. To bed early all my little children as we have to wake you up at 5am tomorrow! The ferry calls...though not sure why you have to be there TWO hours before it ...

15 Hours on a Boat

A travel blog entry by max1998

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... In other parts, you can see boats and whales off in the distance. Two times the captain announced that there were whales off the starboard side, but I didn't see anything. Mom said she saw a distant fin or tail through the binoculars. Dad saw a boat that was named "Loon Asea". So the ship was really nice, but it was the slowest boat I have ever been on. To pass the time I spent a lot of time in the Raven Lounge, where the tvs are. ...

Hello Port Hardy!

A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality


... quite frankly, they are doing alright!

Barbara had a collection of 10 'Polar Bear Jump' t-shirts. This s a tradition in North Vancouver Island where people jump into the ocean on the 1st of January, right at the height of winter. 70 years old and jumping into freezing water - incredible!

We conduct our own book swap, and she gives me a little bag of home-baked cookies for my journey the next day... A fantastic way to end my time in Port Hardy!


This inn, located on 3 Tsitika Crescent, Port Hardy, is near Great Bear Rainforest.
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