• Kwagiulth Mask, Randy Bell

    Kwagiulth Mask, Randy Bell

    A fabulous variety of traditional Aboriginal masks, carving and sculptures, or more modern-influenced paintings and jewellery, are on display and for sale at the various Aboriginal owned and operated art galleries and gift shops located throughout British Columbia. Immerse yourself in the living traditions […]

  • Cougar Creek Rec Site, Vancouver Island

    Cougar Creek Rec Site, Vancouver Island

    Between Gold River and Tahsis on Vancouver Island is the Cougar Creek Recreation Site on Tlupana Inlet, a fabulous and well-maintained fishing campground offering campsites and a boat launch. Cougar Creek is a popular destination for anglers and those wanting to explore Nootka Sound.

  • Bear Watching, Fortune Channel, Tofino

    Bear Watching, Fortune Channel, Tofino

    Vancouver Island is black bear territory, and there is always a good chance of viewing black bears on the side of the road in the more remote parts of Vancouver Island. Venturing into Clayoquot Sound on a bear-watching tour from Tofino will increase your […]

  • Totem Pole, Discovery Harbour Centre, Campbell River

    Totem Pole, Discovery Harbour Centre, Campbell River

    Totem poles are wonderful examples of aboriginal art – the ancient practice of totem carving has been handed down through generations as a way of preserving the history of local native heritage as well as honouring tribal rituals and sacred spirits of people.

    There are […]

  • Chinatown, Victoria BC

    Chinatown, Victoria BC

    The splendid lion-bedecked Gate of Harmonious Interest marks the entrance to Victoria’s small Chinatown, the second oldest in North America (after San Francisco). Once a ghetto for newcomers, Chinatown is now a heritage area, a vibrant commercial community, and an intriguing part of Victoria’s […]

  • The Empress Hotel, Victoria BC

    The Empress Hotel, Victoria BC

    The Jewel of the Pacific, The Empress Hotel is one of Victoria’s highlights. Cresting the city’s Inner Harbour, this 477-room hotel was built in the Edwardian style and subsequently restored to its original grandeur, with antique furniture and luxurious décor. Considered to be the […]

  • Home with a View, Browning Passage, Tofino

    Home with a View, Browning Passage, Tofino

    Tofino is a pretty fishing village at the tip of Esowista Peninsula near the entrance to Clayoquot Sound on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Tofino is a rapidly growing tourist centre for Long Beach and other Pacific Rim destinations. Once a timber and […]

  • Victoria Causeway, Victoria BC

    Victoria Causeway, Victoria BC

    Considered one of the top twenty Downtowns in North America, Downtown Victoria is the business centre of Greater Victoria. The historic buildings, shops, streetscapes, restaurants, bars, hotels and the picturesque Inner Harbour all contribute to a vitality which is uniquely Victoria.

    The picture-perfect Inner Harbour […]

  • Totem Pole: Duncan, British Columbia

    Totem Pole: Duncan, British Columbia

    Duncan, in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island, has transformed itself into the City of Totems – a unique urban forest with distinctive hand-carved cedar poles from local native artisans on public display in parks and downtown streets. Duncan is the traditional home of […]

  • Humpback Whale Tail

    Humpback Whale Tail

    There is no seagoing experience quite like watching, close-up, a sleek whale weighing thousands of pounds frolic like a child in it’s natural habitat. Up and down the coast of British Columbia, from Victoria to Port Hardy on Vancouver Island, from Vancouver to the […]

  • Pacific Ocean Waves, Tofino

    Pacific Ocean Waves, Tofino

    Nowhere else on earth has the meeting of land and sea created beauty as magnificent as that of Canada’s Pacific Coast. The full force of the mighty Pacific Ocean mercilessly pounds the constantly changing shores of this rugged coastline. The splendid Pacific Rim National […]

Spirit of the West Adventures Ltd, kayaking, British Columbia, Canada
EMR Vacation Rentals, Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Wildcoast Adventures, Kayak Vacations & Adventure, British Columbia, Vancouver Island


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Spirit of the West Kayaking

Kayaking British Columbia is the ultimate way to view BC’s abundant wildlife. Kayak in the realm of the killer whale.

Spirit of the West Kayaking operates sea kayaking adventures around Vancouver Island, Canada’s coastal kayaking […]

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EMR Vacation Rentals

EMR Vacation Rentals is a fully-licensed Travel Agency offering fully-furnished BC vacation homes, condos, suites, and estate rentals in Victoria, Vancouver, Tofino, Whistler, the Okanagan, and on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. EMR has […]

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Accent Inns

Travelling in British Columbia is much more pleasurable when you’re not surprising distant relatives at midnight. Based on this highly original realization, Accent Inns have created a small, comfortable and extremely affordable collection of […]



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Pacific Sands Beach Resort

Located beachfront on spectacular Cox Bay on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Pacific Sands Beach Resort sits on the edge of Pacific Rim […]

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SpringTide Charters

Grab the experience of a lifetime: Whale Watching with SpringTide Charters from the vibrant Inner Harbour in Victoria, British Columbia. SpringTide has […]

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Royal Scot Hotel & Suites

Make yourself at home in one of Royal Scot’s suites or comfortable guest rooms, conveniently located in the heart of historic Victoria, […]



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