We ask our guests to thoroughly read all information supplied on our website before registering for our multi-day adventure programs because significant expenses and long term commitments are made to set up the trips on your behalf.
Registration & Payment
To guarantee your reservation we will send you a link to an online Booking Form. Within 48 hours of receiving your completed form, you will be sent an invoice with instructions on how to pay the 50% partially* refundable deposit for all-inclusive packages (unless it is within 90 days of arrival, in which case, the full amount is due). For Nightly Accommodation, the full amount is due at time of booking.
A reservation confirmation will be sent to you upon receipt of payment. The balance of the all-inclusive packages is due 90 days before the date of your arrival in Bella Coola.
* If you need to cancel before your trip starts, visit our Cancellation & Refunds page for details.
All prices are quoted in Canadian dollars and do not include tax. For all-inclusive package the tax rate is 5% for both international guests and Canadian. For accommodation-only bookings the tax rate is 16%.
The guide's duty is to monitor, evaluate and minimize the risks associated with the activities being offered. However, even the best guides are not infallible and the risks associated with a wilderness environment are only partially under our control. By registering with us you acknowledge these risks. All guests will be required to sign a Release of Liability (Waiver of Claims, Assumption of Risks and Indemnity Agreement) upon arriving in Bella Coola. Please read the waiver carefully before booking your holiday to ensure you are comfortable with the terms of this document and will be able to sign it, because you will not be permitted to partake in any activities until the waiver is signed. Click here to view the sample waiver.
All claims - irrespective of the nationality of the participants - will be governed in all respects by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Province of British Columbia.
Tweedsmuir Park Lodge does not carry insurance on behalf of our guests. We therefore recommend you carry the following:
Extended Medical Insurance. Your medical insurance should cover you for life and health care risks while in Canada, and in addition should provide for transport to your home country if you reside outside of Canada.
Emergency Evacuation Insurance. In the case of injury, air ambulance expenses will be charged to the injured party.
Personal Property Insurance. Insure your personal belongings against loss. Your homeowner's insurance may not be enough. Be sure that this insurance covers you while you are in Canada.
Trip Cancellation Insurance. In view of our cancellation policy, we strongly recommend that all our guests purchase holiday cancellation insurance.
Tweedsmuir Park Lodge recommends Lifestyle Financial for all your travel insurance needs. Get a quote and book online at Lifestyle Financial.
It is the responsibility of our guests to ensure that they arrive in Bella Coola on time for their adventure. Tweedsmuir Park Lodge is not responsible for missed flights, missed connections or for any other reason. If you are flying to Bella Coola we recommend arriving in Vancouver the day prior to your departure for Bella Coola. Tweedsmuir Park Lodge reserves the right to cancel any holiday package at any time. In this case full refunds will be given.