an area of the map or a link at the left or below
to Vancouver Island, British Columbia, the largest North American
island in the Pacific. 280 miles (450 km) in length, Vancouver Island
is the centre for "island hopping" to the many smaller islands scattered
along her coast. It is also the departure point for nautical exploration
of BC's rugged fjords.
Of course, Vancouver Island is also the location of British Columbia's
capital city, Victoria. Famous for it's comfortable lifestyle and
old world charm, Victoria welcomes visitors from around the globe.
A journey "up island" will bring you to friendly cities, colourful
fishing villages, long sandy beaches, rivers, lakes and even jagged
find out more about Vancouver Island, British Columbia, choose an
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to plan your vacation. You'll find information on the points of
interest, communities, trails, provincial parks, accommodations,
adventures and outdoor shops.
Eagle Wing Whale Watching: Guided Whale Watching Tours & Wildlife Viewing.Trip Advisor's top-rated whale-watching experience in Victoria since 2007. Killer whales, Grey, Minke and Humpback whales, seals, sea lions & porpoise. ... more
Spirit of the West Adventures: We offer sea kayaking tours to the Johnstone Strait & the largest pods of killer whales on the BC coast – Desolation Sound, Quadra Island, & Campbell River - & guided excursions to explore ancient nat... more
Terrace Beach Resort: Jason Priestley and family invite you to their beautiful fully equipped beachfront resort in Ucluelet. Near Pacific Rim Park, Long Beach, Broken Islands, Wild Pacific Trail, & Amphitrite Point Lighth... more
Ecosummer Expeditions: Have a whale of a time at Orca Camp! Sea kayak with Orcas and Humpback whales along BC's Johnstone Strait. Join an intimate group of travelers, paddling out on three, four, or six-day kayaking adventu... more
Orca Dreams: Orca Dreams is located on a remote rainforest Island off northern Vancouver Island. Watch breaching humpback whales, orcas or dolphins pass by your tent while sipping on your morning coffee. more