Visit Sointula

Travel Ideas

Plan your trip to Sointula!

Sointula Lodge

We invite you to come and catch your breath. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Great Bear Rainforest protected by the islands and inlets of the Broughton Archipelago. Choose a package that suits you best, and prepare for adventure and reconnection. Sointula Lodge is the perfect play to stay on your trip to Sointula.


The Thrilling British Columbia

Make Sointula a destination during your next trip to British Columbia.

Road Trips

Whether your tastes run toward wine touring, a round of golf and a soak in a hot spring, a history lesson along the Gold Rush Trail or exploring the vast wilderness of Northern BC, there’s a route for you to explore.

Explore Cities

In British Columbia, nature shapes culture. Wilderness tugs at the edges of town, providing easy access to hiking, mountain biking, and more. Explore BC’s cities through your stay.


From Haida Gwaii to Stanley Park, British Columbia’s rainforests overflow with raw wilderness. Wildlife calls the rainforest home, sheltering among old-growth giants nearing 2000 years in age.


The grand scale of British Columbia’s mountains is matched by impossibly vibrant glacial-fed lakes and crystalline glaciers. With 10 major mountain ranges spanning British Columbia, adventure and beauty are in easy reach.


Over 25 thousand kilometres of Pacific coastline, from sandy beaches to dramatic cliffs, shapes British Columbia’s geography and way of life. A rich ecosystem of fish and plant life, the Pacific Ocean is a source of sustenance and spirit for British Columbia.


Explore local hiking trails and get out in nature. Explore our favorite trails including Mateoja Heritage Trail, Beautiful Bay Trail
& Bere Point Campsite
where you may even see orcas near the beach.

Location And Directions

Sointula, British Columbia is located on Malcolm Island, just off the north east coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia in Traditional Kwakwaka’wakw Territory.


Most visitors to Sointula arrive via a quick 25 minute ferry ride from Port Mcneill on Vancouver Island. Click here for more details


Scheduled or chartered seaplanes will land in our harbour via a variety of airlines such as Pacific Coastal, NorthWest Seaplanes, Kenmore Air, Harbour Air.
The nearest airport is in Port Hardy, BC and has daily direct flights to and from Vancouver, BC.