Serengeti Lodge

Address: 3 Tsitika Crescent, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Inn
 
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Location

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

We Have No Idea Where We Are!

A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 03, 2013

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... to queue up for the key to our ‘state room’ . . . yes, this is a ship!! Its capacity is 750 passengers . . . after we got going I’d judge it to be about half to two-thirds full. And, we got keys to the state room, and the same key (it is like one of those plastic card-type hotel keys with a magnetic strip) . . . lets you into the Aurora Lounge . . . a special seating area with a view of the bow of the ship . . . and comfy seats that kick back . . . we ...

Travel to Telegrapgh Cove

A travel blog entry by mercers on Jun 30, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... is even better. We look straight out of the cove to the sea. Last time it was possible to view the sea but only looking sideways. So far we have seen 3 humpbacks from our window. They were a long way off and we could only see their spouts but with the bins we could see the backs and tails as they dove. Not as good as last time when we saw a humpback breach out of the water but we ...

A Day of Rest

A travel blog entry by dan_and_karen on Jun 26, 2012

12 photos

... Yum, yum, yum. For dessert, I picked the red grapefruit sorbet, which was incredibly refreshing.

After dinner, we went to the Atrium, where they were serving champagne, and at 7:15PM, all of the ship’s officers were introduced. Next, the Champagne Waterfall, where they create a tower of champagne glasses and pour champagne at the top so it trickles down to all of the other glasses ...

At the northern tip of Vancouver Island

A travel blog entry by debdana on Jun 06, 2012

10 photos

Woke early this morning to SUN shining in our camper window. Blue skies! What a beautiful morning, in such a beautiful setting. Walked down to the marina and watched the fisherman go out, then went out on the dock. The water was so blue and clear. Unfortunately, we didn't see any whales. Others in the campground told us they had seen Orca whales right off the dock two nights ...

Hello Port Hardy!

A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality on Apr 25, 2012

63 photos

... out, Bingo with the locals was quite enjoyable. Sometimes as a traveller you get more enjoyment in the seemingly boring non-tourity activities because you meet some interesting characters, and possibly learn a skill or two. At bingo I met some local little ol' ladies who taught me how to play bingo (some of the different games are actually difficult) and afterwards gave me a tour of the town; 'a tour of Port Hardy's nightlife' as they put it. They admitted there ...