Posted on Mar 19, 2011 | Comments 0
Canada is one huge country with beautiful and diverse landscape. It’s known for a lot of things, but all-inclusive resorts aren’t really one of them. This is mainly because the nation isn’t known as a beach destination.
However, there are several great resortsthat are more geared towards nature than beaches. These are some of the best.
1. Sonora Resort, Sonora Island, British Columbia
This secluded resort is an ideal place to get in touch with nature. You can enjoy things such as fly fishing, bear watching, andkayaking in the outdoors.
2. Kipawa Lodge, Kipawa, Quebec
This is an excellent fishing destination. All of the cottages include transportation on water from the village of Kipawa. Along with wonderful accommodations, you’ll receive breakfast, a boxed lunch, dinner, a motor boat to get you to Lake Kipawa and fishing bait.
3. Irwin Inn, Lakefield, Ontario
Irwin Inn offers plenty of activities, such as a nine-hole golf course, horseback riding, and private hottubs in your waterfront suite. You’ll be served breakfast and dinner along with an optional a la cartelunch.
4. Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, Tofino, British Columbia
This resort place offers something, a little different, as your accommodations are in a luxury tent. You’ll also get return airfare from Vancouver as well as snacks, meals, and alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.Massage treatments are available and you’ll be able to spend some time watching the whales go by.
The lodge is so remote that you can only get there by a sea plane or helicopter. It’s an ideal place for larger groups as some of the lodges come with several bedrooms. Meals are included and there’s plenty to do outdoors, such as wing shooting, big-game hunting, and fly fishing.
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