Courtenay is situated on the east coast of central Vancouver Island, British Columbia, in the Comox Valley that stretches from Fanny Bay to Saratoga Beach and includes the communities of Courtenay, Comox and Cumberland, as well as Denman and Hornby Islands.
Duncan, known as "The City of Totems", is a city on southern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. Duncan has a large First Nations community and is the traditional home of the Cowichan Tribes, who are the largest band among the Coast Salish people.
Port Alberni is the heart of West Coast region, rich with history and culture. With inlet access to Barkley Sound and the Pacific Ocean, the historical ship M.V. Lady Rose connects Port Alberni to Bamfield and Ucluelet most of the year.
Port Hardy, on the northeastern end of Vancouver Island, is the gateway to Cape Scott Provincial Park, the North Coast Trail and the BC Marine Trail. Ferries to Prince Rupert depart every other day during peak season.
Tofino, the surfing capital of western Canada, has many sandy beaches that are home to resorts, hostels and beach houses. Tofino lies within the United Nations Clayoquot Sound World Biosphere Reserve, renowned for its dramatic scenery, temperate rainforests and abundant wildlife (whales, sea lions, bears, seabirds, sea otters and more).
Victoria is the capital of British Columbia, Canada. It is located near the southern tip of Vancouver Island. A medium sized city with approximately 350,000 inhabitants, it is nicknamed the 'Garden City' for its beautiful parks and many private gardens that thrive in Victoria's almost Mediterranean climate.