Not all safaris take place in Africa. Set along a remote coastal stretch of Vancouver Island, off the west coast of British Columbia, Canada, Clayoquat is a unique “eco-safari” style resort that can only be reached by boat, or a scenic floatplane ride, where you’ll soar over glaciers, islands and dramatic mountain peaks. Surrounded by thousands of acres of pristine rainforest, the nearest sign of civilization is a half-hour away in the village of Tofino. Here, bears, whales and eagles far outnumber humans, offering a truly life-changing experience in a breathtakingly beautiful remote wilderness area. Lodging is in safari-style ultra-luxe tents, complete with radiant floor bathroom heating, taking “glamping,” to a whole new level. The resort also features a tented spa and an extensive list of activities, including horseback riding with tours to a ghost town, whitewater and flatwater kayaking, and hiking.