Single, Couple & Group Tours Available
A magnificent natural marvel! These salt water rapids reach speeds of 14 knots creating surging water levels and churning waves. Learn fascinating stories about the rapids and Tremble Island, Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw history and view wildlife that frequents the area.
For thousands of years, the Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw have harvested and weaved fibres from the local cedar trees. Join our cedar weaver to learn how to prepare cedar and create your own bracelet, medicine pouch or small case. Cedar weaving classes are conveniently held at the Kwa’lilas Hotel.
Our local guide will take you on a 3-hour adventure where you could see marine mammals such as whales, porpoises, Stellar sea lions and marine birds.
Drums are deeply rooted in First Nations cultures and we want to share this spiritual practice. The drum making session takes place at Kwa’lilas Hotel and you will create your own drum.
Locally known as “San Jo”, this breathtaking bay located in Cape Scott Provincial Park is known for its iconic beaches and rock stack formations. This day tour takes place on Tlalasikwala Traditional Territory.
The Kwa’lilas Hotel is located in the traditional territories of the Kwakiutl people and is a demonstration of the commitment of the Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations to share our history, culture and passion for our traditional territory in a meaningful and permanent way by showcasing and celebrating it in a beautiful, comfortable space that is representative of the community.