Imperial Eagle Lodge

Box 59, Bamfield, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0R 1B0, Canada | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Bamfield

We saw an eagle! And sea stars, and anemone, and..

A travel blog entry by yakulspach


... for a few days and had such a great time! We went on a boat ride (in the ocean and encountered 3-5 foot waves, gulp!) and checked out some hot springs, which was fun.

We also saw a bald eagle our first day there! And we got to see a ton of sea lions, sea otters, and sea creatures galore! No whales, but ah well, we need a reason to go back. ;)

Heading for last stop Victoria

A travel blog entry by cjduley


... At dinner we celebrated his birthday so all three couples had celebrated. Ging and Terry (the Englishman) had birthdays and the American couple their wedding anniversary. So that gave us a conversation piece to talk about at dinner.

After dinner we went to a terrific show called "The English Invasion" which included many oldies from the 50s onwards, a lot of Queen and ending with "We Are The Champions" which everybody sang out loudly even if ...

Crew Change

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns


... known for that two week period. It's easy to get to know people quickly in such an isolated environment.

The crew change also enabled a fresh supply of fruits and vegetables. The replacement crew had arrived in Bamfield by float plane with a very limited amount of cargo – when the choice came between whether they could bring a crate of brussel sprouts or a spare cable, the brussel sprouts won ...

Salmon, Ferries, & Rainforest

A travel blog entry by adarandjeremy


... and apparently we only glimpsed a small part of it out and back day hiking.

We took the ferry back to the mainland and headed back into the United States. Farewell Canada with your funny public radio, yummy potato chips (balsamic and sweet onion), cloud scraping snowy peaks, numerous glaciers, and surreal blue lakes. The customs officer thought it was strange when we said we did not have a residence. It took a while to explain ...

Day 3. Klanawa (km22.5) to Tsusiat Falls (km25)

A travel blog entry by teamzandy


... me a cheese craving!"

It was a short, easy hike to the falls - which I had been dreading because even the guide book mentioned how 'exciting' this particular set ...


This lodge, located on Box 59, Bamfield, is near Pacific Rim National Park, Rainforest Trail, West Coast Safaris, and Tofino Botanical Gardens.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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