Siwash Lake Resort

, British Columbia

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“Located in a remote and rugged corner of the Cariboo region in BC, our Indigenous-owned and operated luxury wilderness resort is renowned for delivering world-class outdoor experiences for adventure seekers of all types. Our ranch-resort comes with rustic, yet refined, touches — all meticulously intertwined with Secwepemc Culture and history.

The word ‘Siwash’ is from Chinook jargon, directly translated from French sauvage it means ‘wild, natural and untamed’, Used as a verb, it describes camping without a tent, which is what local First Nations did for the past five thousand years, travelling lightly through the wilderness around Siwash Lake for exploration, hunting, and gathering. Today, we share those traditions with you: learn the art of fly-fishing; forage for wild plants and learn how to use them for food and medicine; feel the bond between horses and humans; traverse through hidden waters via canoe, and embrace the skill of wilderness survival — just as our Ancestors did.

Connect to our natural world, immerse yourself in a luxury tented safari on the Ridge at Siwash Star Camp™. Drift off to sleep with the gentle hooting of an owl under a canopy of stars, then wake to loon songs echoing from Siwash Lake below. Start your day off right with a leisurely hike to the lodge, then settle on the panoramic sundeck for breakfast with farm-fresh, organic ingredients, harvested on site.

While crafting our world-class eco-resort and luxury guest ranch, our main focus has always
been on striving to be true stewards of the land, to grow with the land, not onto it. Siwash is honoured by National Geographic as a Unique Lodge of the World and for being a world-leader in sustainable tourism.”

Siwash Lake Resort

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Siwash Lake Resort

Box 39
British Columbia, V0K 2K0
250-395-6541 Visit Website

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Siwash Lake Resort

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Siwash Lake Resort

Box 39
British Columbia, V0K 2K0
250-395-6541 Visit Website

Business Hours

Learn about diverse and living Indigenous cultures

Indigenous culture and heritage are as rich and diverse as the Canadian landscape. Despite years of oppression, Indigenous Peoples are proud to show visitors our vibrant, living history.

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