Council of the Haida Nation

XaaydaGa Waadluxan Naay Council of the Haida Nation Haida people have occupied Haida Gwaii since time immemorial. Haida traditional territory encompasses parts of southern Alaska, the archipelago of Haida Gwaii and its surrounding waters. Haida pre-contact population was in the tens of thousands in several dozen towns dispersed throughout the islands. During the time of … Read More

Arriving By Air

Air service is generally available daily from both Vancouver and Prince Rupert. For schedules and fares please check with the following carriers. Air Canada flies daily from Vancouver International Airport (YVR) to Sandspit Airport (YZP). Pacific Coastal Airlines flies daily between Vancouver’s South Terminal (YVR) and the Masset Municipal Airport (ZMT). Inland Air has regularly … Read More

SG_idlii G_andlee K’yuu Hike

After travelling for a while, Nang Kilsdlaas Hll.nga Supernatural Raven had himself born into the village beneath Nee Kun. There he grew up in a family of SGaana Killer whales, amongst the many SGaanuwee supernatural beings inhabiting the worlds. At some time Taaw Tow Hill walked from Juus Kaahlii Juskatla to join them. Today he … Read More

Haida Gwaii Living Room

Nathalie Macfarlane relaxes on a soft grey sofa in the Haida Gwaii Museum, leafing through a photo album filled with pictures of islanders, taken from the 1890s up until just a few years ago. Early black and white photographs show individuals and groups posing seriously in the formal wear of yesteryear, while others show long-ago … Read More

Important Information

Should I get travel insurance? Travel insurance and/or trip cancellation insurance is always recommended. Frequently, many transportation routes (both plane and ferry), as well as land and ocean tours on Haida Gwaii are postponed or cancelled due to weather and sea conditions. This applies year-round.  Is there public transit available on island?  Unfortunately, there is … Read More

Getting Here

Arriving by Water BC Ferries provides regularly scheduled sailings to the Islands from Prince Rupert, year-round. They also provide daily service between Moresby and Graham island on the Kwuna vehicle ferry. Connector service is available in Prince Rupert for the Inside Passage route to or from Port Hardy on Vancouver Island, or north with Alaska’s … Read More

Bed & Breakfast

Cacilia’s Bed & Breakfast Discover, experience and explore nature from this magnificent, affordable & comfortable beachfront two-storey log home nestled in rolling sand dunes beside the Hecate Strait. Within walking distance to the Tlell Fall Fair Grounds and the Music Festival. Wir sprechen Deutsch! Phone: (250) 557-4664 P.O. Box 3, Tlell, B.C. Cacilias bed and … Read More

Hotels and Inns

Breezeway Accommodations For short-term stays, whether just the day, week or month, guests can expect clean and bright living arrangements with two suite options to choose from. Either a one bedroom or two bedrooms full-size suite offers full amenities such as a large living room and kitchen, high-speed internet, phone, satellite TV and DVD with … Read More

RVs and Campgrounds

Agate Beach Campground Agate Beach Campground is a popular campground located at the oceanside near Tow Hill. The campground is in close proximity to North Beach – famous for its sandy expanse of beach and offers 39 sites, both drive-in RV and tenting. Full service and fees are applicable from June 1st – Sept 30th. Sites … Read More