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Watery reflections of the Victoria waterfront
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Victoria is the capital of the province of British Columbia, Canada. It is located near the southern tip of Vancouver Island. It is a medium sized (approx. 350,000 in Greater Victoria) and beautiful city. Nicknamed the Garden City for Butchart Gardens and much green space. Get in
The main way to get to Vancouver Island and Victoria is by ferry.
• BC Ferries operates a ferry from Tsawwassen (near Vancouver) to Swartz Bay, a half hour drive from Victoria, on the odd hours between 7am and 9pm during the winter (with extra sailings More...
Tofino, population 1100, is a former logging and fishing village that has become a center for ecotourism. It is located on Clayoquot Sound, on the Pacific coast of Vancouver Island, 208 km (129 miles) west of Nanaimo Attractions
• Pacific Rim National Park . Rocky headlands, long beaches, and wild surf, set against Vancouver Island's temperate rain forest. Parking fee $10/day. Activities
Tofino is a gateway to the Island's backcountry. With a guide or on your own, explore amazing trails or paddle beautiful inlets. There is still a lot More...
Nanaimo is the central hub city of Vancouver Island in BC, Canada. It is the second largest city on the Island and has the second biggest harbour. In many ways it is the smaller cousin of Victoria. Like much of Vancouver Island it has moved from being primarily an industrial town to a tourist city that attracts a large number of retirees from the rest of Canada.Get in
• Most travellers to Nanaimo will arrive from Vancouver. BC More...