Attention Visitors: Please do not travel to Haida Gwaii during the CoronaVirus Pandemic. LEARN MORE
Once You've Reached The Edge of Your World
Haida Gwaii is a treasure.
Home to the Haida since time immemorial, the wild beauty of Haida Gwaii strikes a deep impression on visitors and residents alike. Come here with curiosity and respect - you will always be welcomed back to the edge of the world.
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This is Haida Gwaii trip planner guide will make planning your trip easy.
There are no chain stores, fast food franchises or large hotels on the Islands of the People
Here we live slowly, at a pace that is rich with unique experiences. The winter season is the social season, full of concerts, artisan fairs, coffee houses and events throughout the Islands. We re-connect, regroup, and plan for high season tourism in the summer, but love to see visitors all year long.
Haida Gwaii is an ideal destination to experience the rugged and remote wilderness that British Columbia is known for.
For a trip to remember, book your accommodation, excursions and travel well in advance. We recommend six months to a year lead time to ensure you enjoy a smooth trip. Accommodation varies from rustic off the grid beach cabins to modern and natural lodges and retreats, and extraordinary camping in old growth or on the beach. All accommodation is small scale and intimate. Each time you book you are talking with an owner who cares passionately about the quality of your experience.
A state of emergency was declared by the Council of the Haida Nation for Haida Gwaii on March 23, 2020 and remains in place today. In respect of the Council of the Haida Nation directive, we are asking visitors to refrain from coming to Haida Gwaii for non-essential travel for now.
Haida Gwaii is a remote place with limited medical facilities. Additionally, access to and from the island during the pandemic is limited and may be further restricted without warning. Please help us protect our communities by staying home.