Romantic Safari Tent for Two on the Sunshine Coast, British ColumbiaMadeira Park, British Columbia (Canada)
Romantic Safari Tent for Two on the Sunshine Coast, British Columbia
Treat your loved one to a romantic getaway in Sunshine Coast, BC
This romantic safari tent is located on a lakeside nature resort on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. It can accommodate two guests who want to enjoy the sense of harmony with nature that comes with camping in a tent without sacrificing the comforts of a bed, lighting, or electricity.
The tent is made out of canvas and sits upon a wooden platform. Inside, guests will find a queen-size bed with a duvet, an electric fireplace, and woodsy furniture, such as a table made out of a cross-section of a log with accompanying chairs. Nearby, there are shared bathroom facilities, separated for men and women, containing toilet stalls, sinks, and showers with hot water. Linens and bath towels are provided.
Outside, guests will find a private balcony that overlooks the lagoon, the wildlife sanctuary, and the surrounding forest. Nearby, they will also find an organic vegetable garden, a grassy picnic and games area, and an outdoor amphitheater. Taking a five-to-10-minute walk down one of the trails, guests will come to the lake, the on-site Italian restaurant, water sports rentals, and trails for walking, hiking, and biking.
At the site, guests will find walking, hiking, and biking trails as well as a canoe, rowboat, and stand-up paddle boat rentals for the lake. There are wildlife viewing platforms, a communal barbecue hut, picnic areas, a small beach, an outdoor amphitheater, an onsite pump track for mountain bikers, organic vegetable gardens, a private dock, a wildlife sanctuary, and an Italian restaurant featuring gourmet dishes made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
For guests staying in tents, there are shared bathroom facilities, separated for men and women, containing toilet stalls, sinks, and showers with hot water. Each of the cottages/cabins features a private bathroom, and both the tents and the cottages/cabins are equipped with power and light.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Boat dock
- Front desk service
- Linens and pillows
- Picnic area
Plexi-shields is place at front desk and rental kiosk; Thorough sanitization of all rooms, including fixtures, linens, dish ware, kitchen facilities, etc in place between all guest stays; All housekeeping and service staff wearing appropriate PPE (face coverings, plastic gloves, etc)
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Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Madeira Park, British Columbia (Canada)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
At the site, guests can go swimming and fishing on Ruby Lake. They can also go stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing, and row boating with rentals available for all three. On land, they can go walking, hiking, and cycling on the site's various trails. They can also attend lakeside yoga classes and go bird watching at the bird sanctuary. Over 120 species of birds—including bald eagles, blue herons, kingfishers, hummingbirds, and three species of swallows—call the area their home over the course of the year!
For dining, guests can visit the on-site Italian restaurant, where they will find gourmet dishes made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. When the weather is warm, they can dine al fresco-style on the restaurant's patio, when it's cold, they can dine by the cozy, wood-burning fireplace.
Near the site, guests can visit Spipiyus Provincial Park to the southeast, Skookumchuck Narrows Provincial Park to the northeast, and nearby towns such as Madeira Park, Egmont, and Garden Bay. For day trips, they can visit Thormanmby Islands, Savary Island, and Princess Louisa Inlet, among other attractions in the region.