Experience the rugged beauty and raw wilderness of the West Coast. From the mighty Pacific swells that crash onto endless shoreline to the lush, green ancient rainforest, this land has existed in harmony with the Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ (Ucluelet) First Nation for centuries.
Wya Point Resort rests on pristine, private beaches and 600 acres of old-growth forest on the traditional territory of the Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ First Nation, welcoming visitors with luxurious lodge accommodations, waterfront yurts, and beachfront camping.
Relax in our post-and-beam cedar lodges, with floor to ceiling windows that bring the rainforest and ocean views into your living room. Watch the waves while warming up beside the fireplace, or enjoy a glass of wine on the deck at sunset. At night, fall asleep to the sound of the ocean from the comfort of locally carved cedar beds. If you prefer to truly be immersed in nature, try our waterfront yurts or beachfront camping.
Located only a few kilometres outside the town of Ucluelet and minutes from the world-famous Pacific Rim National Park and Wild Pacific Trail, our remote setting is the perfect place to unwind, unplug, disconnect, or reconnect with each other.
At Wya we believe in minimal impact to the land and in embracing our past to respectfully share traditional knowledge with future generations. Each of our uniquely designed lodges reflect our art and stories, and our employees work and live on traditional territory. Our commitment to environmental sustainability extends from the construction of our lodges to responsible, eco-hospitality practices.
We celebrate our culture and invite you to discover our traditions, our values, and our land. Come bear witness to the cycle of life that has existed on the West Coast for centuries, and feed your soul and spirit at Wya Point Resort.