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Haida Gwaii, also known as the Queen Charlotte Islands, is an archipelago off British Columbia’s west coast, in Canada. The wildlife-rich Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site includes remote islands and temperate rain forests of first-growth giants and windswept yew. Centuries-old totem poles stand in the remains of the Haida Nation village known as SGang Gwaay Llnagaay, whose moss cathedrals are accessible only by air or water. On Graham Island, Naikoon Provincial Park offers spectacular trails, beaches and camping. Whether you are at the dreaming stage or processing your final impressions of an incredible journey, let us help you inform your adventure. Our mission is to serve your unique vision of discovery.

COVID Update April 23 - May 24, 2021

The Canadian border is closed to most international travellers. You are allowed to enter Canada if you are a:

  • Canadian citizen
  • Permanent resident of Canada
  • Temporary resident of Canada
  • Protected person (refugee status)
  • Person registered under the Indian Act
  • Foreign national with a non-discretionary (non-optional) reason to travel to Canada

As of April 23, 2021, the provincial government  will be erecting new border signs along the B.C.-Alberta border, reminding people to stay within their own province if travel isn’t essential. At this point, there will be no checkpoints.

Premier Horgan said he’s grateful that other provinces are encouraging their residents to stay home, adding that anyone trying to book accommodations from outside of B.C. over the next five weeks won’t be able to do so.

B.C. residents will not be able to book accommodations or a camping site outside of their local health authority. This is currently being done through a voluntary basis in the tourism sector, but Horgan said he is willing to introduce a government order if necessary.

Operators will cancel any bookings that have already been made, he said.

BC Parks will ensure that anyone who has booked a provincial camping site outside of their health authority will receive a refund.

  • Support may be available in each community to deliver food, groceries and prescriptions during the first 14 days after you return home, or anytime you need to self-isolate. Contact your local EOC for information on resources.  
  • If you are unable to fully self-isolate, it is important to self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days after travel and avoid spending time in public places. Limit your social interactions and consider using free delivery services rather than going to stores during this time.

If you’re experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, contact your local public health authority and isolate yourself at home for 14 days to avoid spreading it to others. Most people with mild symptoms will recover on their own.

Adults and children who have mild COVID-19 symptoms are able to stay at home with a caregiver throughout their recovery without needing hospitalization. If you’re a caregiver, follow the advice on how to care for someone with COVID-19 at home.

5 Favorite Trips

Whatever brings you to Haida Gwaii, you will leave wanting more. So to help you get the most out of your trip, here is a quick guide to help you find the right kind of Haida Gwaii experience for you.

5 Haida Phrases

Wherever  you go in Haida Gwaii, you may meet some Haida words. So to help you get the most out of your trip, here is a quick guide to a few courtesies and place names in Haida Kil, the Southern Haida dialect.

5 Islander Events

Whenever you arrive in Haida Gwaii, you will want to check out what’s happening. So to help you get the most out of your trip, here is a quick tour of some local events spanning every season on the archipelago.


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