An Epic Vancouver Island North Road Trip

Are you looking for a great Vancouver Island road trip idea? Explore the road less travelled and head towards the scenic and culturally rich towns of Vancouver Island North. Known locally as the Island Highway, Highway 19 is the main thoroughfare that connects the communities of Vancouver Island North with Nanaimo, plus many towns in […]

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View the world's tallest Totem Pole, and experience the world renowned Culture Centre, all on the small island of Cormorant.

Cormorant Island – Where the Past and Present Collide

  Located on a small island off the northeast coast of Vancouver Island, you will find Alert Bay. It’s a busy working coastal town that proudly celebrates its First Nations and Pioneer heritage.   ‘Namgis Big House The History The Alert Bay Accord Alert Bay, the destination point of Cormorant Island, is North Vancouver Island’s […]

Situated off the northeast shore of Vancouver Island you will find the hidden gem of Malcolm Island. It's a place where Orca go to rub up against the smooth pebbled beach, and where humans go to create lasting memories.

Malcolm Island is a Place of Harmony

  Malcolm Island is a place where Orca’s go to rub up against the smooth pebbled beach, and where humans go to create lasting memories. Situated off the northeast shore of Vancouver Island, you will find this hidden gem. While relatively small in size (24 km long and 3 km wide at its narrowest point) […]

Telegraph Cove is a postcard ready boardwalk community nestled at the northern end of Vancouver Island, where it remains an iconic eco-tourism destination.

Exploring the Picturesque Village of Telegraph Cove

  Telegraph Cove is a postcard ready boardwalk community nestled at the northern end of Johnstone Strait. From its preserved historic multicoloured buildings on stilts to the picture perfect ocean views, Telegraph Cove remains an iconic eco-tourism destination on Vancouver Island. While twenty permanent residents call Telegraph Cove home, approximately 120,000 visitors flock to this destination […]

Little Huson Caves Regional Park offers us a spectacular taste of the rich karst topography found on Vancouver Island, even for those that don't wish to go underground!

Little Huson Caves Regional Park

  The northern half of Vancouver Island is rich with natural caves and limestone features. In fact there are over 1000 known caves, with speculation of just as many waiting to be discovered. Little Huson Caves, located within the Regional District of Mount Waddington, offers us a small, yet spectacular, taste of the karst topography […]

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