Most interliners know of Vancouver even if they haven’t been there yet. A lot like San Francisco but cheaper and cleaner.
There there is the town of Victoria that serves as a cruise port for some cruise lines coming out of Seattle and heading for Alaska.
But where else is there to do in the province of British Columbia where both cities are located?
Well as it turns out, if you love the outdoors, there is a lot of cool things to go see and do.
How about Cabana Desolation Eco Resort on Kinghorn Island—a fleck of earth, around 2 miles in circumference, in the deep waters of Desolation Sound. Less than 2 nautical miles north of the Sunshine Coast Trail, the tiny island is unpopulated save the resort. With just 5 cedar-wood cabanas and an open-air “café” that acts as a communal restaurant.
Or if you want something not so rustic check out the West Coast Wilderness Lodge. Well-equipped, heated cabins are parsed out along the edge of the woods. It’s a quiet and serene place with unmatched views of Sechelt Inlet. We don’t have to leave the view behind to eat as we gravitate towards an inviting main restaurant with a large fireplace that overlooks the inlet.
To read more about these two places and other things to do along the coast in British Columbia, check out the story the Vancouver Sun just did on this area.