Vancouver Island and the Coast


Sure, it’s quaint and quirky, but Vancouver Island and the surrounding Coast region shouldn’t be overlooked—or underestimated. The largest populated landmass off the North American coast, Vancouver Island is a bonanza of small towns, good eating and green environs. Charming port towns ring “The Island,” while capital Victoria keeps a distinct English vibe alive with its kempt gardens and tea times. The lush Comox Valley sates food and wine lovers; fishing towns like Ucluelet and Campbell River keep the fresh salmon coming. Tofino serves as your base for exploring wet and wonderful ecopark Long Beach and Pacific Rim National Park, while those wanting a little more solitude should head to the deserted beaches of North Vancouver Island. A sprinkling of small, inhabited Southern Golf Islands, as well as undeveloped Northern Golf Islands, offer more offbeat escapes, for those wishing to delve deeper into the water-world wonders of the Vancouver Island region. So hop on a ferry and get going.

Top Destinations in Vancouver Island and the Coast

Brentwood Bay

Campbell River

Cedar And Yellow Point



Courtenay And Comox

Cowichan Bay

Cowichan Valley


Galiano Island



Mayne Island


Nanoose Bay

Pacific Rim National Park

Parksville And Qualicum Beach
Pender Island

Port Alberni

Port Hardy

Port Mcneill And Alert Bay

Quadra Island

Qualicum Beach

Quathiaski Cove


Saltspring Island

Saturna Island


Sooke Harbor And Port Renfrew

Telegraph Cove

The Sunshine Coast




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