in Vancouver Island
The Central Island area offers long sandy beaches, warm ocean temperatures, and tranquil lakes, great for fishing and other water activities.
The Cowichan Valley's "Gourmet Trail," marked by wineries, farmers market, fresh seafood docks and holistic farms, is ideal for food and wine enthusiasts.
Located between Vancouver Island and mainland British Columbia, the sheltered waters of the Gulf Islands are excellent for sailing, scuba diving, and fishing.
The North Central area features Vancouver Island's highest peak, and offers great winter skiing and snowboarding at Mount Washington Alpine Resort.
Rich in First Nations history and culture, the North Island area is home to Sointula and Alert Bay, two of Vancouver Island's most significant historic destinations.
The Pacific Rim National Park Reserve offers spectacular wilderness and wildlife viewing. By kayak, explore clusters of islands, where inner waters abound with marine life.
Including the beautiful city of Victoria, the South Island area ranges from a vibrant metropolitan atmosphere and tranquil natural settings.