The calm waters and snow-capped mountains that surround Sonora Resort provide a remarkable salmon fishing experience.
Of course, its location in the Discovery Islands archipelago may have something to do with it as well, as this is a region rich in salmon and well protected from open ocean swells.
From your Gold Room, enjoy a view of the Yuculta Rapids and the use of binoculars to watch wildlife from your window.
In between fishing and relaxing, enjoy the many other amenities this five-star resort has to offer.
Itinerary at a Glance
Vancouver to Sonora Resort | Helicopter or Floatplane
Day 2 - 3
Sonora Resort | Guided Salmon Fishing
2 x 8 Hours Guided Salmon Fishing Excursions aboard a 22’-25’ boat
Sonora Resort to Vancouver | Helicopter or Floatplane
Day 1 Vancouver to Sonora Resort | HelicopterThis afternoon, transfer by helicopter to Sonora Resort on beautiful Sonora Island. The island is an absolute jewel amidst the wild beauty and pristine waters of British Columbia’s west coast. After your arrival, get settled and explore the resort before you enjoy a delicious Pacific Northwestern gourmet dinner.
Day 2 - 3 Sonora Resort | Guided Salmon FishingProtected from Pacific swells with snowy peaks on all sides, the calm passages surrounding Sonora Resort offer an unparalleled West Coast fishing experience. Here, it’s not uncommon to catch glimpses of eagles and bears while out to hook a Chinook salmon.2 x 8 Hours Guided Salmon Fishing Your guided fishing trip at Sonora is designed for relaxation and success. Your vessel is a 22 to 25 foot cruiser with onboard washroom, fully stocked with top-of-the-line fishing tackle, safety equipment, beverages and a delicious picnic lunch prepared by the Sonora chefs. Once you reel in the big one, the resort staff will care for your catch and arrange for its transportation home. (Breakfast, lunch, dinner & snacks included)
Day 4 Sonora Resort to Vancouver | HelicopterYour stay at Sonora Resort ends with departure after lunch. It’s time to say goodbye to British Columbia’s coastal wilderness and take the helicopter or floatplane back to Vancouver. (Breakfast included today)