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Select a Region Below Major Centres in each Region
North Island Alert Bay, Port Hardy, Port McNeill, Telegraph Cove
Central Island Campbell River, Nanaimo, Parksville, Qualicum Beach
Pacific Rim (West Coast) Port Alberni, Long Beach, Tofino, Ucluelet,
South Island Chemainus, Cowichan Valley, Duncan, Sooke
Greater Victoria Oak Bay, Sidney, Victoria, Victoria Downtown
Gulf & Discovery Islands Cortes Island, Quadra Island, Salt Spring Island
Sunshine Coast Desolation Sound, Gibsons, Powell River, Sechelt

North Island
Born from volcanic rock, the rugged North Island region features a largely uninhabited wilderness of forests, lakes and snow-capped peaks - a unique, natural paradise. Only 3 percent of the population lives on northern Vancouver Island, which offers outdoor recreationists unparalleled solitude and adventure.
Alert Bay
Blackfish Sound
Coal Harbour
Discovery Coast
Echo Bay
Esperanza Inlet
Holberg
Inside Passage
Kelsey Bay
Kingcome Inlet
Knight Inlet
Kyuquot Sound
Malcolm Island
Nootka Sound
Nuchatlitz Inlet
Port Alice
Port Hardy
Port McNeill
Quatsino
Quatsino Sound
Sayward
Sointula
Tahsis
Telegraph Cove
Winter Harbour
Woss
Yuquot (Friendly Cove)
Zeballos
Central Island
With its warm ocean temperatures, sheltering mountains, tranquil lakes, fabulous fishing and exceptional golf courses, the lush Central Island region is a year-round holiday destination. The mountains and islands of central Vancouver Island have a mysterious sense about them, as if they're always trying to hide some secret.
Black Creek
Bowser
Buckley Bay
Campbell River
Comox
Comox Valley
Coombs
Courtenay
Cumberland
Deep Bay
Discovery Islands
Errington
Fair Harbour
Fanny Bay
French Creek
Gold River
Gold River Hwy 28
Island Highway 19
Lantzville
Lighthouse Country
Merville
Mt. Washington
Nanaimo
Nanoose Bay
Newcastle Island
Oceanside
Parksville
Qualicum Bay
Qualicum Beach
Royston
Saratoga Beach
Union Bay
Winchelsea Islands
Yellow Point
Pacific Rim (West Coast)
The Pacific Rim is a region of wild landscapes, never-ending beaches and spectacular weather - be it long summer sunsets or fierce winter storms. One million visitors a year journey to the Pacific Rim to experience the romantic isolation of the region, prepared for the quintessential wilderness experience.
Alberni Inlet
Bamfield
Barkley Sound
Bedwell River Valley
Broken Group Islands
Clayoquot Sound
Long Beach
Pacific Rim (West Coast)
Port Alberni
Quait Bay
Sproat Lake
Tofino
Tofino Highway 4
Ucluelet
South Island
A rare combination of rural charm and elegant sophistication, the South Island region is home to Victoria, British Columbia's capital city, and a remarkable diversity of landscape and recreational opportunities. There are parks and beaches here the likes of which are found nowhere else on the coast.
Chemainus
Cobble Hill
Cowichan Bay
Cowichan Valley
Crofton
Duncan
Jordan River
Ladysmith
Lake Cowichan
Malahat
Maple Bay
Mill Bay
Port Renfrew
Shawnigan Lake
Sooke
Trans Canada Hwy 1
West Coast Hwy 14
Greater Victoria
The capital region of British Columbia, Greater Victoria encompasses a broad range of communities, from lively downtown streets and bustling harbours to serene parks and coastal farmland. With the mildest climate in Canada, Victoria is perfect for visiting at any time of the year.
Brentwood Bay
Central Saanich
Colwood
Esquimalt
Highlands
James Bay
Langford
Metchosin
North Saanich
Oak Bay
Saanich
Saanich Peninsula
Saanichton
Sidney
Swartz Bay
Victoria
Victoria Airport
Victoria Downtown
Victoria Island
View Royal
Western Communities
Gulf Islands & Discovery Islands
With their ancient forests, rocky shorelines and miles of beaches teeming with marine life, the Northern Gulf Islands are remote, serene places that soothe the soul. Blessed with a balmy climate and an idyllic landscape, the Southern Gulf Islands are each unique in character, but share a gentle, bucolic charm.
Cormorant Island
Cortes Island
Denman Island
Gabriola Island
Galiano Island
Ganges
Gulf Islands
Hornby Island
Jedediah Island
Kuper Island
Lasqueti Island
Mayne Island
Northern Gulf Islands
Pender Islands
Quadra Island
Rendezvous Islands
Saltspring Island
Saturna Island
Southern Gulf Islands
Texada Island
Thetis Island
Sunshine Coast
A secluded world of beaches, bays, islands and fjords overlooked by B.C.'s majestic Coast Mountains, the Sunshine Coast stretches 180km along the Strait of Georgia from Howe Sound to Desolation Sound. Dozens of parks with beaches, biking, hiking and ski trails and canoe and kayak routes are accessed off Highway 101.
Bute Inlet
Desolation Sound
Earls Cove
Egmont
Garden Bay
Gibsons
Halfmoon Bay
Highway 101
Irvines Landing
Jervis Inlet
Keats Island
Lang Bay
Langdale
Lund
Madeira Park
Pender Harbour
Powell River
Roberts Creek
Saltery Bay
Savary Island
Sechelt
Secret Cove
Sliammon
Sunshine Coast
Toba Inlet
Wildwood
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