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Our Story

Untouched, rugged Haida Gwaii

Haida Gwaii enjoys a maritime climate, which enables rich stands of spruce, hemlock and cedar to flourish. Nutrient-rich waters teeming with intertidal life wash the Island shores. Surrounded by such natural resources, the Haida developed a self-sustaining hunting and gathering society rich in oral language and tradition.


Both Haida House at Tllaal and Ocean House at Stads K'uns GawGa were born out of the desire to create businesses to support our corporate principle of ensuring that our land and waters function to provide for the long-term wellbeing of the Haida people. Cultural eco-tourism is a natural extension of everything the Haida people believe in, and offers visitors around the world a rare glimpse into the untouched, rugged archipelago of the islands of Haida Gwaii off the northwest coast of British Columbia.


Our Commitment

Our Local Traditions & Culture

Raven Pearson, a local Haida artist who created the symbol for both properties perhaps best sums up the essence of these unique properties in her explanation behind the logo design, “Rain sustains the world and is the nectar of life on Haida Gwaii. Water keeps the forests lush; the air pure. It fills the rivers for the spawning salmon and feeds the deer, otters, ravens, eagles and bears. Raindrops are forever connected with the ocean in an endless cycle of transformation; ocean, cloud, rain, and river flow. The cycle would be broken without the rain. It replenishes the soul.”


Our Culture & People

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