Your best vacation ever begins the moment you step aboard the MV Coho, a classic ship that will take you on a scenic 90-minute cruise to Vancouver Island – North America’s #1 Island Destination. Black Ball Ferry Line’s Port Angeles terminal is just four hours from Portland or two hours from Tacoma, providing the most direct route to the island. You can also save big with our hotel and ferry package deals available at CohoFerry.com. On board the ship, you’ll find a duty free shop, gift shop and cafeteria, as well as stunning views from the expansive decks. Start your Vancouver Island adventure and discover one more of the island’s best-kept secrets. All aboard!
Nanaimo is the place of Infinite Possibilities. Home of the famous “Nanaimo Bar,” Nanaimo & Region is a central Vancouver Island destination with a rich mining history and vibrant cultural attractions. Scuba Dive the world`s largest upright artificial reef, sample your way through the tasty Nanaimo Bar Trail or get your pulse pumping hiking or biking our extensive trail network. From hostels to hotels and art galleries to wave pools, You Won’t be Sorry you visited Nanaimo & Region.
You won’t be sorry you made this trip! Located in the Clayoquot UNESCO Biosphere Reserve on the very west coast of Vancouver Island, Tofino boasts flawless natural beauty that is accentuated by the funky Canadian coastal culture it fosters. Thrilling physical spectacles, coupled with authentic cultural experiences, make Tofino the ultimate destination for any traveler: Spend your day observing artisans at work, or challenging your body and soul to conquer the many adventures presented by the Pacific Rim National Park. Enjoy long, lazy summer days in Tofino on sandy beaches and winding trails, or treat your palate to a vast sea of local flavours; there truly is something for everyone in Tofino.
As one of the oldest settlements on Vancouver Island's West Coast, Sooke appears to have been specifically located with recreational fishing in mind. 35 kms. west of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, this quiet, uncrowded community includes Sooke and East Sooke, all bordering Sooke Basin and Sooke Harbour. Accommodations range from campgrounds, motel, cottages, bed and breakfasts and a small exclusive hotel. Both the harbour and basin are well protected from offshore winds providing excellent kayaking opportunities, sheltered boat launch ramps, moorage and charter fishing guides.