Vancouver Island, West Coast British Columbia
winter to early spring, storm watching on Vancouver Island, and West Coast
of British Columbia attracts visitors from around the world. They come
to relax in a luxury waterfront resort or a cozy cottage and experience
the awesome power of nature in one of thw world's most magnificent settings.
Pacific storms thunder onto the rugged coastline, and sheets of mist enshrouds
the sandy beaches, it is a spectacle to behold. Storm watching on BC's
West Coast is a stunning experience.
owners and tourism operators are experienced and can advise you on how
best to safely enjoy you storm watching vacation. Whether you watch from
behind protective glass enjoying a warm beverage, or throw on the rain
gear and venture outside, they can advise you on what to bring, and safety
measures to observe. Ask them for some tips when you are making your booking
inquiries, and come prepared to discover the power of nature.
lodges, inns and Bed & Breakfasts on Vancouver Island, The Gulf Islands,
The Queen Charlotte Islands or any of the many other islands or bays along
West Coast British Columbia, specialize in Winter Storm Watching Vacations,
and they will do their best to make your BC storm watching vacation a
comfortable and unforgettable event!
BC Storm Watching Vacations:
Black Rock Oceanfront Resort: Magnificent Black Rock Oceanfront Resort Hotel, in Ucluelet, is true luxury with spectacular accommodations & awe-inspiring views of ocean on one side and rainforest on the other. Facilities available for meetings and events. more
Quarterdeck Inn and Marina Resort: Close to downtown & tourism services in Port Hardy, our full service 3 ½ Star hotel features a marina & pub-style restaurant. We have a water taxi and can also arrange wilderness experiences including whale watching Eco-Tours, salmon fishing, storm watching,... 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 Lighthouse, there’s fishing, kayaking, hiking, cycling, & whale wa... more