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Recently my wife and I, along with another couple, had the good fortune to visit Vancouver Island. Originally, we had heard of the historic Kinsol Trestle – the highest such wooden railway structure still in existence in the British Commonwealth – and so we set off from Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, and made our way north to the beautiful Cowichan Valley. This was less than an hour’s drive north over some of the most scenic country we had yet seen, and the ancient trestle, recently restored as part of the Tran-Canada Trail, was incredible. But while there we met the proprietor of the adjacent Eaglenest Sanctuary who invited us, quite by chance, to walk one of the gorgeous trails that meandered along the pristine Koksilah River towards what we now know as one of the best kept secrets of the Pacific Northwest. Serendipity had struck once again. We immediately fell in love with the gorgeous surroundings, the eclectic grounds and buildings, and the generous spirit of our soon-to-be host! What can I say but that we immediately changed our travel plans and booked into one of the most serene and relaxing accommodations it has been our good fortune stay at. Victoria is certainly a splendid city we enjoy, but if the quiet splendour of nature is more your cup of tea, make Eaglenest Sanctuary your destination – you will not regret it! In fact, my partner who works in the field of holistic health hopes to return soon with one of the meditation groups she practices with. Our host was very accommodating and open to assisting with such arrangements for larger gatherings. His own house, called Eagleyew, located at another end of this fabulous property was recently constructed and apparently has set a new benchmark in alternative, environmentally-sensitive design. In all, there is much to see, but it is the privacy and quiet solitude we liked best. Thank you Sir for your kind hospitality and a most wonderful stay – we shall return!
My partner and I recently facilitated a self-inquiry retreat at Eaglenest and everyone loved the location. Beautifully quiet with the accompanying rhythm of the river’s flow, the setting was truly relaxing and wonderfully conducive to the deep level of self-inquiry work into which we were all dropping over the 3 nights of our stay. Ezio, the owner and a major contributor to the artistic beauty of Eaglenest, responded to all of our needs whenever they arose. Nothing to worry about. We highly recommend Eaglenest for work and family retreats. We have already booked our next retreat!
Edward & Kira