A message from Mike Corrigan, president & CEO, British Columbia Ferry Services Inc.
Day Trips - Vancouver & Victoria
Q&A with Master Jan Shalagan, Captain, Queen of Surrey
Propelled by prevailing westerly winds across the north Pacific expanse, some of the world’s largest waves build momentum, eventually crashing ashore on B.C.’s West Coast
There are days in Tofino when the sun shines down, warming its beaches and storm-twisted coastal rainforest and illuminating the Pacific to a vibrant green hue.
Racing through BC’s coastal terrain
You will hear it often, about some places, “I came for a visit and never left.”
Cedar paddles clenched in nervous hands, 30 young paddlers from Masset and Skidegate prepared for the journey of a lifetime, deep into the land of their ancestors.
Imagine taking a once-in-a-lifetime journey to one of the world’s last remaining truly wild places, so remote that it’s completely black at night on satellite images.
Thinking of taking your furry friend on your next trip to Victoria? If you choose your lodging well, there’s little need to plan ahead.
There’s only one way to enjoy a West Coast storm. Stay dry.