“Accommodation in the Vancouver Island Region ranges from world-class resorts, lodges and hotels that offer activity packages and gourmet dining, to wilderness campgrounds away from it all, and everything in between.”
“Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands support a vibrant wine industry with more than two dozen wineries. The vineyards complement Vancouver Island’s thriving farms, breweries, cideries, and dining scene. Take a self-guided or guided wine tour of the four scenic wine regions that make up the “Wine Islands.” Taste blackberry port at Cherrypoint Vineyards in the Cowichan Valley. Or discover hidden gems like Salt Spring Vineyards in the Gulf Islands or the Comox Valley’s Blue Moon Estate Winery.”
“The centre is on six acres of beautifully landscaped grounds along the banks of the Cowichan River, a designated BC Heritage River, just off the Trans Canada Highway, minutes from the Duncan city centre. The Quw’utsun Cultureal and Conference Centre offers a truly unique experience, sharing the stories and traditions of the Cowichan people from hundreds of years ago. It is a world of colour and pageantry, where first nations talent and pride are abundant. We are committed to the culture of warmth and sharing, to bridge the gaps that exist between cultures and promote our native culture in a positive way.”
“For many thousands of years Cowichan Bay was home to First Nations people who harvested the wealth of salmon and shellfish found in its many coves, tidal flats and swiftly flowing rivers. From the early 1900’s Cowichan Bay attracted sportsmen from all over the British Empire for superb salmon fishing in the Bay and the Cowichan and Koksilah rivers. It was, for a time, the Salmon Capital of the World offering not just fishing, but fine sailing waters, an annual regatta and, next to Wimbledon, the oldest grass tennis courts in the world!”
Wilderness enthusiasts swim, fish, canoe and kayak right from our wharf. Waterfront Patio suites feature large private decks, eat-in kitchens, with all the amenities — dishes, appliances, wine glasses, even beach towels, complementary campfire wood and charcoals for your BBQ. Winter offers world class fly-fishing, canoeing and kayaking. Summer is paradise — swim in the refreshing clean waters, or wander out of our swimming hole and catch a stream for river tubing experiences. Waterfront decks have great views, BBQ and campfire pits to cook your daily catch.
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“In this region alone more than two hundred and twenty bird species are sighted here every year. Ocean, marshes, lakes and rivers support a vast array of bird species, including bald eagles, brant geese and trumpeter swans. There are forests with birds such as owls and songbirds aplenty, too. While bird numbers swell considerably during the spring and fall migrations, hundreds of species live year-round in the area, so anytime is a good time for birding on Vancouver Island. Keep an eye out for yourself or take a trip with a number of the guided tours available through out the route!”