Accommodation & Kayaking on Quadra Island
Welcome to Discovery Islands Lodge, our B&B Kayak Inn near Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Discovery Islands Lodge is Quadra Island’s kayak adventure centre and a friendly B&B style kayak inn providing affordable waterfront accommodation for adventurous people.
From Discovery Islands Lodge you can enjoy sea on kayaking Quadra: daytrips, kayak rentals, kayak instruction, whitewater kayaking, Quadra Island hiking trails, canoeing, and exploring Main Lakes Provincial Park. Our Quadra Island B&B Kayak Inn offers easy access to an un-crowded paradise of clear sheltered ocean, marine parks, abundant wildlife, spectacular rainforest, and towering mountain vistas. From our British Columbia kayak lodge, a classic west coast building on Quadra Island’s remote north shore, its easy paddling to some of the best British Columbia sea kayaking destinations.
Sea Kayaking Quadra Island Accommodation
Our Quadra Island accomodation is just minutes away from paddling and excellent swimming at Main Lakes and sea kayaking adventures at beautiful and exciting Surge Narrows Marine Park. We’re also near Octopus Islands Marine Park, and Okisollo -- the world-renowned standing wave at Cooper Point. We are intimately familiar with this Vancouver Island wilderness kayaking mecca: Let us show you safe and easy Quadra Island sea kayaking tours, forest trails, canoe routes, and kayak camping beaches. Enjoy comfortable accommodation after a day of sea kayaking or Quadra Island outdoor adventures, or as a starting place for multi-day sea kayak tours.
At Discovery Islands Lodge we also offer beginner to advanced kayak lessons, including Paddle Canada certified kayak courses. You can learn basic flatwater kayak skills or high performance whitewater and tidal rapids sea kayaking. We offer kayak daytrips (everyone welcome!) in spectacular Surge Narrows Marine Park, canoe rentals, and sea kayak rentals for kayak touring and performance kayaking.
Clean, friendly, and affordable; waterfront location with close-up view of the Coast Mountains.