Ancient Haida poles, Haida Gwaii
(Daryl Benson/Masterfile photo)

Northern British Columbia


Many of Northern BC's island and coastal towns and cities rely on ferries to get around. Travelling by ferry has other advantages for travellers – this is a prime area for wildlife and scenery.

Scheduled sailings onboard BC Ferries take you through the Inside Passage from Port Hardy on Vancouver Island to Prince Rupert. They also run from Prince Rupert to Haida Gwaii.

The BC Ministry of Transportation runs a small fleet of inland ferries as part of the highway system where there are no bridges spanning lakes and rivers. This service is free of charge. There are no terminals; just drive right onto the ferry.

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BC Ferries - Victoria

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A trip to British Columbia is not complete without a cruise on BC Ferries. Sail through spectacular scenery aboard our modern fleet of vessels with 25 routes throughout coastal British Columbia, including 3 connecting Vancouver to Vancouver Island. Circle Routes are a natural using BC Ferries with service to the Sunshine Coast & the Gulf Islands. Iconic cruises include the 16 hr Inside Passage between Port Hardy & Prince Rupert, as well as the Discovery Coast Connector between Port Hardy & mid-coast ports & the mystical Haida Gwaii between Prince Rupert & Skidegate. Visit bcferries.com for travel deals & itinerary suggestions.

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