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Navigating The New Normal

We've adapted the way that we operate in order to adhere to a "New Normal" and to bring you the same relaxing experience in a safe and comfortable environment. On this page, we'd love to share with you some of the things that we're doing to be extra diligent. With genuine wellbeing at the heart of Nita Lake Lodge, here is our commitment to guests, staff, and the community:

Welcoming Back International Guests

Foreign nationals are now eligible to enter Canada for discretionary (non-essential) reasons, such as tourism. Please be advised of current border protocols and regulations.

  • Fully vaccinated travellers are no longer required to provide a quarantine plan upon entry into Canada.
  • Fully vaccinated travellers arriving to Canada are no longer federally required to do the following for 14 days after arriving: wear mask while in public spaces, monitor and report if they develop signs or symptoms, quarantine if another traveller in the same travel group exhibits signs or symptoms or tests positive, and maintain a list of close contacts and locations visited.
  • Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children aged 5-11 who are accompanied by a full vaccinated parent, step-parent, guardian or tutor are no longer required to complete a pre-entry COVID-19 test for entry into Canada. 
  • Pre-entry tests are still required for partially vaccinated or unvaccinated travellers 12 and older.
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We are pleased to provide a daily housekeeping service to our guests with enhanced cleaning and sanitizing protocols.

Proof of Vaccination

Proof of vaccination is no longer required in British Columbia, by order of the Provincial Health Officer. 



We are following guidelines provided by the Provincial Health Officer. Face coverings are no longer required for guests or staff at Nita Lake Lodge. Our staff will always have a mask on hand for the comfort of our guests. 


When hoping to dine at the Lodge, we strongly advise making dining reservations in advance to avoid disappointment. Please check our website for the most up to date service hours.

Diligent Protocols

For the sanitization of guest amenities such as the pool, hot tubs and our complimentary bikes. 

Flexible cancellations

- So you can book your stay at Nita with peace of mind

In This Together

Here's What You Can Do

The Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, and her team have done an incredible job in helping British Columbia to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. By adhering to their advice and recommendations, you can help us to mitigate the risk of exposure. We encourage you to join us in adopting the following safety measures:

Hand Washing

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Using soap and water is the single most effective way of reducing the spread of infection. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available

Monitor For Symptoms

If you develop symptoms, you will need to self-isolate for a minimum of 5 days so you do not potentially spread the virus to others.

Caring For The Planet

Our Pledge For The Environment

As well as working diligently to adhere to the “new normal”, Nita Lake Lodge is going above and beyond by ensuring that cleaning waste and expired PPE is discarded responsibly and sustainably. Our partners, Green Circle Salons, have launched a program, which manages the disposal of protective gear such as masks and santizing wipes, creating clean renewable energy, which powers homes and businesses. The leftover ash from this process can be used as filler in asphalt and various construction items, like brick.

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Additional Resources

For non-medical information about COVID-19, including the latest information on travel recommendations and social distancing, contact the official provincial helpline on 1.888.COVID19 (1.888.268.4319) or via text message at 1.888.268.4319.

Information is available in more than 110 languages, seven days a week between 7:30 am – 8:00 pm. 

Additional COVID-19 information for travellers is available via Destination BC at

In Whistler, Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) is the official health authority. Any visitors with questions about COVID-19 or public health in Whistler are encouraged to consult the Vancouver Coastal Health website.

During uncertain times, it is normal to be feeling anxious about…well, everything. Check out this post for some deep breathing exercises courtesy of Urban Balance.

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