Cabana Desolation Eco Resort, Desolation Sound, British Columbia, Canada

Chill & Immerse in Desolation Sound with Cabana Desolation Eco Resort, a comfortably designed, exclusive Eco Resort located on an uninhabited island in the heart of Desolation Sound, British Columbia.

Our off-grid resort is the only accommodation located inside Desolation Sound, where warm Pacific waters, lively marine wildlife and towering Coast Mountains provide an awesome setting for a truly unique eco resort experience.

Cabana Desolation Eco Resort, Desolation Sound, British Columbia, Canada

Inspired by the eco-resorts of Costa Rica, our cozy ‘cabanas’ and resort structures are handcrafted from locally milled Western Red cedar and Douglas fir. This care and attention to detail creates a warm, rich atmosphere that blends seamlessly into the west coast rainforest.

All-inclusive Guided Sea Kayak and Chill & Immerse packages are available for our guests. Enjoy fresh and creative cuisine, warm and comfortable accommodations, and daily opportunities to explore Desolation Sound and our island retreat via sea kayaks, hiking trails, paddle boards, or simply enjoying a cold beverage on the point and watching the sun set over the mountains!

Cabana Desolation Eco Resort, Desolation Sound, British Columbia, Canada

Guided packages radiate from the resort each day with a certified sea kayak guide, stopping for lunch on a remote island or pocket beach, and then return in the afternoon to enjoy the comforts of our off-grid resort, including hot showers, flush toilets, and the social atmosphere of the Cabana Cafe.

To learn more about this truly unique west coast experience, visit our website or call our office toll-free and speak to our wonderful staff that are always happy to answer any questions you may have about Cabana Desolation.

Powell River Sea Kayak
10676 Crowther Road
Powell River, BC V8A 0G4
Phone 604-483-2160
Toll Free 1-866-617-4444

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