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Gwaii Haanas National Park Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, Queen Charlotte, British Columbia V0T 1S0 Canada
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PookyCake đã viết đánh giá vào thg 9 2021
Victoria, Canada12789 đóng góp1374 cảm ơn
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Rose Harbour is an interesting place. On the one hand, it is an area steeped in ancient and contemporary history: The Haida established camps, collected food and cultural materials here; they also built canoes in the area – evidence of which can be found a mere 10 minutes from the guesthouse and into the forest. In more modern times, Rose Harbour functioned as an important whaling station between 1911 and 1942. In its 30+ years of operation, grey whales, right whales, sperm whales and blue whales were processed on site. If you visit today, whale bones and remnants of the whaling station are readily visible. It’s a rather dark moment in human history, but it certainly adds to the aura of this place. On the other hand, history notwithstanding, Rose Harbour and its “guesthouse” is used by Moresby Explorers as part of its 4-day tour. For me, the accommodation represented the only lowlight of my MorEx experience. I should make clear that I’m not begrudging the history of Rose Harbour. It’s unique and adds to the Gwaii Haanas experience. What this review will focus on, though, is the accommodation since this is a listing for the “Rose Harbour Guest House,” after all. In short, I agree with many of the previous reviewers. The accommodation leaves a LOT to be desired. Described by Moresby Explorers as “unique and rustic,” it’s certainly unique – I’ll give it that – but it’s a little beyond rustic. First, once you land at Rose Harbour, you’re greeted by Götz (also spelled Goetz on the Rose Harbour Guest House website, which hasn’t been updated since 2012). He’s a hippie libertarian who’s been living at Rose Harbour since 1983 and he’ll gladly tell you about that – and his legal troubles with Parks – for hours, if you’ll listen. He greets you fully masked because he’s not vaccinated against COVID and, when you ask why he’s not vaccinated, his answer boils down to government conspiracy. Nice! Beyond being received by Goetz, you don’t see much of him . . . again, because of the pandemic. As for the accommodation, what should one say that hasn’t already been said? In my review of Moresby Explorers, I said this about the Rose Harbour Guest House: “[It] looks like it’s stuck in the 1980s – and not in a good way.” The furniture is old, the walls are thin, and the heavy army blankets aren’t the best. There is no electricity, so if you need to “do your business,” I’d recommend trying to do it before nightfall, otherwise tromping out to the 17th century outhouses – one about 20 or so feet away and the other a couple hundred meters away – can be a bit of a chore (several in our group complained about this!). Really, the only nice thing I can say about the accommodation is at least it was just for one night. Now, to be fair, the whole experience wasn’t all bad. The deer are wonderful – you could practically walk right up to them; the resident cat – “Mangee” – is a friendly sweetheart; and, Susan and Francis, the cooks, prepare wholesome, healthy meals for the guests. I especially enjoyed the Vietnamese salad rolls and black bean halibut dishes. These 2 women deserve many a kudo for their efforts! I understand MorEx uses Rose Harbour because of its proximity to Sgang Gwaay, and that’s fine; however, they really should encourage the host, Goetz, to do better. I’m sure they pay him well enough to afford some upgrades? On the upside, when you return to the Moresby Explorers floating lodge the next day, it feels like unbridled luxury in comparison . . . maybe that’s intentional ;)
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Ngày lưu trú: tháng 9 năm 2021
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Andy G đã viết đánh giá vào thg 9 2021
Surrey, Canada21 đóng góp8 cảm ơn
We stayed here on Gwaii Hanaas for two nights this past week The food prepared by Frances in the new eating lodge was outstanding. The accommodation provided by Goertz was disgusting. The outhouse, which has a new system with a unhygienic styrofoam seat, didn’t work properly and was located by walking about 20 feet on a dirt path from the rooms. This was a problem in the middle of the night when it was pouring rain. The shower room was disgusting with dirty rags hanging on the wall and bricks covered in moss on the shower floor. Goetz made a fire so that there was hot water in the evening, however there were 10 in our group and the water in the morning was a cool trickle. The rooms are extremely rustic with flat pillows and army blankets. We were told that because of Covid, we were not to use the sink to brush our teeth but to stand on the porch and spit over the side. If the health department saw this accommodation, it would be shut down.
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Ngày lưu trú: tháng 9 năm 2021Loại chuyến đi: Đã đi du lịch
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Tim B đã viết đánh giá vào thg 12 2019
Vancouver87 đóng góp75 cảm ơn
This is essentially a hippie commune, which means that the food (cooked on an old-school wood stove) is outstanding and the intimacy with nature is extreme. The location, like the rest of Gwaii Hanaas, is exquisite. Your host Goetz is affable but a bit prone to ranting about his legal run-ins with the park administration. On the downsides, the place is primitive - run-down in some places, smelly in others, and some of the staircases are essentially ladders. The (outdoor) toilets are right out of the seventeenth century.
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Ngày lưu trú: tháng 7 năm 2019
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Islander đã viết đánh giá vào thg 1 2019
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Please don't support these people. They run an unregistered, in inspected restraunt and their buisness model relies uponillegally fighting, processing and selling fish. Don't fall for the hope, Don't support poachers!!
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Ngày lưu trú: tháng 8 năm 2018Loại chuyến đi: Đã đi du lịch
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Cindilla T đã viết đánh giá vào thg 6 2017
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This was a week long trip I took with four women friends. We arrived to warm welcomes and a quick tour and orientation of the property. Shown to our rooms in a guest cabin. Rustic and basic but clean and cozy. Plenty of field guides and other related reading material in the book shelves. A wood stove for heat and plenty of fire wood available. Heather kept things clean and well supplied, and started the fire in time for us to have hot showers when we returned each day after our adventures. Our meals were served in Susan's home and were the best food I have had, almost ever. Lots of fresh greens from the garden, really fresh seafood, and tasty treats, supplied for picnics on our outings. No meat and mostly organic and all delicious. Susan and Francis manage to cook these amazing meals on a wood stove and small two burner gas hotplate. They were both so caring and nurturing of us. Our guide Goetz, took us our on exciting boat trips to view wildlife that included, whales, sea lions, harbor seals, sea otter, puffins and many other birds. He took us into the rain forest and showed us giant trees, and tiny mosses. He is knowledgeable and obviously loves his surroundings. He paced himself to our abilities and let us take our time exploring the place. We always felt safe and well cared for whether in the boat or on the beach. We had lots of fun with him and many laughs. We had music and good conversations in the evenings. Goetz plays guitar beautifully. When we left we felt as though we had made new friends and vowed to return. If you are looking for a peaceful nature getaway this can't be beat.
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Ngày lưu trú: tháng 6 năm 2017
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