Many people wait for the summertime to get away, but summer vacation spots can be crowded. The spring is one of the best times to go on vacation. The weather is warming up in most areas, but still not too hot, and usually the storms of winter have passed.
Located, on the breathtakingly beautiful south shore of the Barkley Sound in Bamfield, the Imperial Eagle Lodge offers the consummate location for a relaxing spring get-a-way. To be able to view the waters of the Pacific Rim Barkley Sound, on a fully, professionally guided fishing tour, successfully combines the lust for sport and the craving for relaxation into one vacation.
The Imperial Eagle Lodge provides a variety of charter fishing adventures:
- The Fully Guided Sport Fishing Package – provides guests with 8 hours of daily guided fishing in a 28 foot charter boat complete with rain gear if needed. Should you be lucky enough to make a great catch, Imperial Lodge will even freeze and package your catch for you.
- Guided Day Charters– Your choice of fishing the waters of the beautiful Barkley Sound for salmon or bottom fish or you can choose an offshore fishing experience. Guests can choose between full or half-day charters. Both choices come with professional guides.
- The Imperial Eagle Lodge also offers Angler Boat packages. Please feel free to contact us about customizing the details of these or any of the other fishing packages.
Peak season at Imperial Eagle Lodge starts May 14th, but for those choosing to vacation in late spring, which is the perfect time to avoid crowds and hot weather, you can book a one-bedroom cabin for $125 per night. If you’re bringing company with you, a two-bedroom cabin can be rented for only $150 per night, which is a significant savings on peak season prices. Five of our one and two-bedroom cabins have been remodeled to come with kitchenettes.
Kick off your fishing season early to get away into the heart of the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, and feed your craving for the ultimate fishing adventure, natural beautiful scenery, and some well-deserved relaxation.