SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!
Vancouver Island North and the mainland coast comprise over 15,000 square miles of wilderness.
A magical place with such a broad spectrum of natural attributes, allowing visitors to choose from almost any activity they might be interested in; from the most extreme sports to the bliss of a sunset on a secluded beach.
Tide Rip Tours
Experience the thrill of watching grizzly bears catch salmon on an isolated coastal stream. Explore deep into the rugged scenery of Knight Inlet while dolphins and porpoises play beside the boat. Black bears feed along the beach at low tide.
Link to Tide Rip Tours
Discovery Ocean Tours
Your tour of the islands will include a gourmet luncheon at a remote resort nestled in the heart of the B.C. wilderness.You may come in close contact with Dent Rapids.You will travel through the famous 'Hole in the Wall'. All the while traveling in the comfort of the Sea Witch with an experienced guide pointing out the wonders of the sea and land.
Link to Discovery Ocean Tours
Vancouver Island Air & Sea Ltd.
Flightseeing the best way to enjoy the working coast of British Columbia is in one of our seaplanes. Twice daily flights, approximately 2 1/2 hours in length.
Spectacular scenery, Wildlife viewing, lunch at a remote lodge, shooting the rapids at Stuart Island, a real adventure.
Link to Vancouver Island Air
Motor Vessel Aurora Explorer
Journey off the beaten track" through the endless waterways of coastal British Columbia's Inside Passage, on an actual working freightboat.
Go where no big cruise ship will ever go as the ship delivers freight to logging camps, fish farms, and small coastal communities.
Twelve passengers, crew of six, 3-5 day cruises, March through October season. Enjoy spectacular scenery, wildlife and informal small group ambiance.
Link to Marine Link Tours.
Story Creek Golf Course:
The course offers a choice of four tee boxes depending on your level of play. Each fairway is enclosed in forest giving a sense of solitude and tranquillity. In fact, oftentimes, one feels like he is playing on his own private course, rarely catching glimpses of other foursomes. Of the eighteen holes there are five par 3, five par 5 and eight par 4, a little different than the traditional make-up of a par 72 course.
Link to story creek golf course
of the West
Coast Mountain Range in the east provides a spectacular backdrop as we
explore the fascinating marine environment our islands have to offer,
with prime wildlife photography opportunities along the way. Here you
can also encounter a variety of other marine life such as eagles, seals,
seabirds, shorebirds, birds of prey, raccoons, deer, mink, otters, porpoises,
Orca’s and our rich and diverse intertidal life.
historic Telegraph Cove and join us on an educational and fun cruise.
Cruises run from late May through mid-October. Once the killer whales
(Orca) arrive in the area (typically between mid-to-late June) we have
an over 90% success rate in sightings.
Town Centre Inn 2002