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Haida Gwaii

Haida Gwaii (Islands of the People), formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands - a remote archipelego steeped in culture and history and epic adventures!

Haida Gwaii’s remoteness yet its close proximity to Vancouver (a 2 hour flight) make it ideal for a ‘Get Away Vacation’

Photo Credit: Haida Heritage Centre 


Experience ancient Haida culture as you tour Haida Heritage Sites in Gwaii Haanas. Visit the heartbeat of the Haida culture in Old Massett and Skidegate. Meet world-renowned Haida artists and book a land tour to include cultural sites or visit the the award winning Haida Heritage Centre and Museum.

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Photo Credit: Heron Wier         


Revive your sense of adventure! Visit the Gwaii Haanas National Park and Haida Heritage Site, experience world class fishing, whale watching, land and marine tours, surfing, hiking, beachcombing, wilderness camping and more! See our pages of 'What to Do' for more adventures and contact information.

Photo Credit: Anvil Cove Charters

Photo Credit: Garrett Brown


Whatever your preferences, the Islands offer endless opportunities to discover or relax. 

From Tow Hill to SGang Gwaay, Rennell Sound to the Tlell River, Haida Gwaii is an epic landscape that invites people to explore.

Photo Credit: Haida Gwaii Photos

Getting Here

Air Canada and Pacific Coastal Airlines offer daily scheduled flights between Vancouver and Sandspit or Masset. BC Ferries also provides year round regularly scheduled sailings between Haida Gwaii and Prince Rupert. More on transportation here.

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The Islands are home to 3 municipal villages, 2 modern Haida Villages and a few eclectic settlements.

Natural History

Distinct flora and fauna have evolved here for thousands of years, giving the islands the nickname, “the Galapagos of the north.”

Cultural History

The history of the Haida goes back to the stories of the great floods, the first tree and back to the ice age with legends of ice woman swooping down from above.

Climate & Weather

Winters are mild and summers cool with little temperature variance between them.

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