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  • by Dana Wacker
    Pacific Mist Spa at Kingfisher The Pacific Mist Spa at Kingfisher Oceanside Resort in Courtenay is beautifully situated overlooking the shoreline and is one of the Island’s most renowned spas for its detoxifying hydropath experience. The path takes you through an immersive and intimate west-coast-inspired setting of sandstone sculpted caves and pools. Spend 1-1.5 hours … Continued The post Rejuvenate In Style At These Luxurious Spas On & Around Vancouver Island appeared first on Tourism Vancouver Island.
  • by Hannah Grant
    We know that for some of you, we’ve been a bit out of reach, and while there’s been a lot of change for us all, some of our locals have stepped up to open their doors for the very first time. In the spirit of the clock turning over another year, we’re looking back at … Continued The post Everything You May Have Missed on Vancouver Island appeared first on Tourism Vancouver Island.
  • by Dana Wacker
    While Vancouver Island is known for its milder climate, the weather can vary in an instant and it’s best to be prepared for any and all situations. Vancouver Island primarily receives rain during winter, with the occasional snowfall a few times a year. Drivers should be prepared for wet weather driving and stay tuned to … Continued The post Winter Driving Tips For Travellers On Vancouver Island appeared first on Tourism Vancouver Island.
  • by Hannah Grant
    Tourism Resiliency Program Named Skift IDEA Awards Finalist The British Columbia Tourism Resiliency Network has been named a finalist in the Skift IDEA Awards 2021 in the Pandemic Response category, entered by Tourism Vancouver Island on behalf of the British Columbia Regional Tourism Secretariat. Each year, Skift IDEA Awards celebrate brands and businesses designing new and better ways to … Continued The post Tourism Resiliency Program Named Skift IDEA Awards Finalist appeared first on Tourism Vancouver Island.
  • by Dana Wacker
    Location: Comox ValleyTemporary, Casual Tourism Vancouver Island gratefully acknowledges that we live, work and play on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Kwakwaka’wakw, Nuu-chah-nulth, and Coast Salish peoples. Moreover, Tourism Vancouver Island gratefully acknowledges that the Vancouver Island Visitor Centre and its services are on the traditional unceded territory of the K’òmoks First … Continued The post Visitor Services Counsellor – Vancouver Island Visitor Centre appeared first on Tourism Vancouver Island.
  • by Dana Wacker
    Images available for media use – Download here Immediate Release, October 27, 2021, Nanaimo, B.C. – Vancouver Island has been selected as a Top Region by Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2022, and the only Canadian destination to make the annual list of top 10 countries, cities and regions to visit in the year ahead … Continued The post Vancouver Island Chosen a Top Region by Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2022 appeared first on Tourism Vancouver Island.
  • by Dana Wacker
    For immediate releaseApril 22, 2021 Victoria, B.C. – Four regional destination management organizations that operate under the umbrella of the BC Regional Tourism Secretariat (BCRTS) marked Earth Day by signing a letter of commitment to pursue the Responsible Tourism Institute’s Biosphere certification – which will contribute to a more sustainable tourism sector and be a … Continued The post REGIONAL TOURISM ASSOCIATIONS MARK EARTH DAY BY TAKING FIRST STEP TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY CERTIFICATION appeared first on Tourism Vancouver Island.
  • by Hannah Grant
    Reimagining the Future of Tourism: Rebuild, Reframe and Rethink Come together as a tourism community to learn from everything we’ve been through and think differently about how we can co-create a vibrant and resilient tourism industry in BC. The BCRTS Tourism Summit 2021 is a joint virtual event, in collaboration with the five regional destination … Continued The post BCRTS TOURISM SUMMIT 2021 appeared first on Tourism Vancouver Island.
  • by thenumber
    For many visitors to Vancouver Island, a trip isn’t complete without hitting the trails to explore ancient forests, cascading waterfalls, or breathtaking viewpoints. Here are some resources everyone—regardless of your hiking ability and experience—should know and have before lacing up your boots and heading outside. What’s Frontcountry?  Frontcountry hiking refers to trails that are easily … Continued The post Safe Hiking Tips For Your Next Adventure On Vancouver Island appeared first on Tourism Vancouver Island.
  • by Dana Wacker
    This article was written in partnership with Far Out Wilderness. Many people raise an eyebrow at the thought of camping in this cooler, and sometimes wetter, time of the year, but trust us, they don’t know what they’re missing. Every year, fall captures our hearts and wins the prize for the best camping season of … Continued The post Experience The Wilder Side of Vancouver Island This Fall In a Roof Top Tent appeared first on Tourism Vancouver Island.

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