The most luxurious Canadian wilderness lodge is also the most ecologically responsible. King Pacific Lodge, A Rosewood Resort
, offers guests a truly carbon-neutral vacation. In addition to offsetting the carbon emissions of all lodge operations, the resort also offers to offset the carbon emissions of guests' round-trip air travel in its plan to reduce its carbon footprint by half. This is truly revolutionary. Located on Princess Royal Island in British Columbia, King Pacific Lodge offers an unparalleled wilderness experience. Designed for absolute comfort, the floating fishing lodge is positioned to capture incredible views of the landscape. Open from May to October, this fly-in destination offers guests a once-in-a-lifetime adventure vacation that includes fishing for salmon, halibut and more, hiking, kayaking, and helicopter and wildlife viewing in the Great Bear Rain Forest, land of the endangered white Kermode or Spirit Bear. The eco-resort doesn't skimp on the luxury; seventeen oversized guest rooms feature king size beds with down duvets, window seating area with impressive views, and slate-lined bathrooms with deep soaker-tubs.