Don’t Miss These VI Attractions
But let’s face it, you may not have time too see everything, so we’ve narrowed down your itinerary to five, must-see attractions in Capital City and beyond:
Strathcona Provincial Park
This National Historic Site of Canada is located in the Brentwood Bay area of Victoria. Check out the Rose Carousel in the Children’s Pavilion, the stunning Ross Fountain, and the iconic Sunken Garden.
Covering 2,458 square kilometres of central Vancouver Island, British Columbia's oldest provincial park is known for hiking, canoeing/kayaking, mountain biking, and of course, stunning landscapes.
Don't miss Della Falls – Canada's highest waterfall – plus Love Lake, Golden Hinde peak, and the Clayoquot Sound UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Pacific Rim National Park
Set on the western coast near Tofino, Pacific Rim features the 75-kilometre West Coast Trail, kayaking amongst the Broken Group Islands, the annual Pacific Rim Whale Festival, and the popular Long Beach area.
Duncan is known as the City of Totems, and for good reason: they're pretty much everywhere.
You'll find them throughout the Cowichan Valley, including the Quw'utsun' Cultural & Conference Centre and Cowichan River Provincial Park.
Found on Discovery Pier in Campbell River, this centre is best known as the home of BCP45 – a fishing seiner and National Historic Site of Canada once found on Canada’s five-dollar bill.