Great Bear Lodge

Address: 6420 Hardy Bay Road, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0N 2P0, Canada | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge, located on 6420 Hardy Bay Road, Port Hardy, is near Great Bear Rainforest.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGreat Bear Lodge Port Hardy

    Reviewed by gptimson


    Reviewed Sep 1, 2013
    by (10 reviews) Howard Springs, Northern Territory , Australia Flag of Australia

    I can't recommend this Lodge and experience enough. It was one of the most amazing places I have ever visited. Five star food and service, gorgeous floating log cabin, so many Grizzly Bear sightings and staff you just love spending hours with hearing of their stories.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Great Bear Lodge Port Hardy

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Port Hardy

    Great Bear Nature Tours

    A travel blog entry by gptimson on Sep 01, 2013

    20 photos

    Now our trip is getting really exciting. After a relaxing start to the day we met our fellow travellers for our half hour seaplane flight to the Great Bear Lodge in Smith Inlet, British Columbia, 50 miles north of Port Hardy.There are 10 guests and six staff at the Lodge.

    The scenery from the seaplane was beautiful, a maze of islands set …

    Inside Passage Ferry, by George

    A travel blog entry by anderson2015 on Aug 16, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    On the boat, we chose some seats in the Aurora Lounge. We had a big window all to ourselves. After lunch we watched a movie called Rango in the Raven Lounge. The man announced that there were Killer whales out of the left window. Then everyone ran out of the cinema and it was empty in 1 second! When we looked out of the window, we saw Killer whale fins. After that we saw Humpback whales and they jumped out of the water. that is called breaching. ...

    Whittier to Mt McKinley Lodge

    A travel blog entry by jaffajim on Jun 06, 2015

    2 photos

    Last night, we had to have our bags out by 9 pm. They go by truck and will meet us tonight, as happened on the Rocky Mountaineer. Early breakfast and then had to be at our meeting point by 0645. At 0700, we were led off the ship to our bus. Drove a short distance, and then had to wait until 0800 to go through a one way tunnel. It is raining, which is normal for Whittier because of ...

    Reward at the end of a long day

    A travel blog entry by tricab on Jul 03, 2014

    3 photos

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    During a brief stop at Sullivan Bay, we quickly toured this busy resort, specializing in American boating tourists cruising in enormous crafts. July 4 fever was in the air, the docks were full and it was way-too active compared to the quiet night we have enjoyed alone, thus far, in Hoy Bay. We will dinghy over to S.B. in the morn to insert ourselves into some of the ...

    Drive to Port Hardy, Vancouver Island

    A travel blog entry by gptimson on Aug 31, 2013

    6 photos

    Today continued on our planes, boats and trains theme of this holiday with George having his first experience of driving on the right hand (wrong) side of the road! That was quite exhilarating. We travelled from Vancouver to Port ******** Vancouver Island via a 2 hour ferry ride with BC Ferries and a 400km drive.

    The ferry was an experience in itself, hundreds of cars were boarding because today is the first day ...