Sonora Island

Fish for: Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout, Chinook Salmon

Avail Seasons: March – November

Location: British Columbia, Canada

Recommended stay: 7 Days, 6 Nights

Accomodation: World renowned luxury wilderness lodge

Other activities: Grizzly Bear Tours, Eco Adventure Tours, Whale Watching Tours (orcas and humpbacks), Boat Cruises, Fly Casting Lessons, Helicopter Tours

Pricing: Seasonal – POA

Unleash the Adventurer in You at Sonora Resort

The Ultimate Experience: Where Adventure Meets Luxury

 

Welcome to a destination that’s not just about fishing, but a symphony of nature’s grandeur, luxurious accommodation, culinary excellence, and wildlife encounters that are bound to leave you in awe.

 

At Sonora Resort, it’s not just about fishing; it’s about crafting memories that last a lifetime. The fishing experience here can only be described as spectacular, with the pursuit of massive Chinook Salmon as the crown jewel of your adventure.

Nestled in this picturesque corner of the world, Sonora Resort stands as a beacon of luxury and adventure. It’s a place where world-class accommodation meets Michelin-star dining. Here, you can savor outstanding wines as you soak in the breathtaking natural beauty that surrounds you. From thrilling wildlife expeditions that bring you face-to-face with grizzlies and orcas to the sheer exhilaration of fishing, Sonora Resort has it all.

 

Excellence Rewarded: 5 Stars from Our Clients

We don’t settle for anything less than excellence, and neither should you. The clients we’ve sent to Sonora Resort have echoed our sentiments with glowing 5-star reviews. They are discerning travelers who demand the best, and they’ve found it here.

 

Fishing enthusiasts, prepare! At Sonora Resort, you have the privilege of waving the fly wand in crystal-clear streams, casting your line for an array of remarkable fish species making their migration upstream. From there, you can switch gears and venture into the deep for the thrill of a lifetime, trolling for world-record-size “Chinook.” The options are as vast as the ocean itself.

 

While every season at Sonora Resort is a unique adventure, August and September hold a special place in our hearts. This is the time when the bears converge on the salmon as they make their journey upriver, offering you a front-row seat to nature’s fiercest yet most awe-inspiring spectacle. Orcas gracefully harass seals, providing unparalleled photo opportunities. Majestic humpback whales cruise through the waters, and the big fish are ready for your challenge.

 

Sonora Resort is not your typical small and intimate retreat; it’s an embodiment of world-class luxury and adventure. This is precisely why we’ve included it as a must-visit destination. The knowledge and expertise of the eco and fishing guides are second to none. From the moment you arrive, every detail is attended to. Having explored fishing and wildlife lodges around the globe, we can attest that Sonora Resort ranks among the very best.

 

Your adventure awaits at Sonora Resort. This is where luxury meets nature, and every moment is a treasure waiting to be discovered. Book your escape to the heart of the wilderness and the lap of luxury.

Inclusions:

• Luxurious rooms with spectacular water and mountain views
• All meals
• Selected wines
• Helicopter transfers Vancouver to Sonora Island Resort

 

Excludes:
• All charters are charged separately. These can be pre-booked or on arrival.
• Alcohol (except selected wines)

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