While First Nations peoples have resided here for at least 8,000 years, North Island Vancouver Island is one of the last frontiers of pristine wilderness in Canada. Explore the region as a back country traveler on dirt roads, paddling across lakes, hiking ocean or mountain trails. Or as a road-trip explorer visit semi-remote West Coast villages, Telegraph Cove and exclusive resorts tucked into wild, ocean view locations.
Best of the North Island experiences includes Cape Scott Provincial Park where you can venture into the wild to explore pristine rainforests, majestic remote beaches and unspoiled nature at its best; The beauty of First Nation's cultural tours into the Broughton Archipelago and surrounding areas; Kayak in the whale-watching capital of Canada to see Orca (Killer) and Humpback whales.
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