Package overview

Discover the wild beauty of Southern Vancouver Island from the comfort of an RV rental on this seven-night tour. During the day, discover Victoria, Sooke, Lake Cowichan and more, before returning to your campsite and spending time around the fire.

With conveniently pre-booked campsites, an RV rental and ferry travel, this is the perfect trip for first time RV'ers or those looking for a new way to experience BC.

Availability is limited through the months of June, July & August




FROM $1,654

+ taxes and fees, per person based on double occupancy

Package includes:

  • Seven nights’ of camping at four destinations
  • RV Rental
  • Kilometres required for trip 
  • Basic insurance 
  • RV preparation fee 
  • RV convenience kit with bedding, household and kitchen supplies 
  • Return ferry between Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island for two adults and the RV
  • Ferry reservations

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Map & itinerary


Metro Vancouver to Victoria

Pick up your RV rental at Fraserway RV in Delta then head to the Tsawwassen ferry terminal for a scenic sailing across the Strait of Georgia to Vancouver Island.

Camping Location: Victoria




Explore BC's capital city of Victoria, with cobblestone streets, a vibrant downtown, and boutique shops. Check out the colourful house boats at Fisherman's Wharf, walk along Dallas Road, see the Parliament building and don't miss the classic Victorian experience—afternoon tea.

Camping Location: Victoria



Victoria to Sooke

On your way out of Victoria, stop off at Fort Rodd Hill, Fisgard Lighthouse and world-famous Hatley Castle, or go bird-watching at the Esquimalt Lagoon Migratory Bird Sanctuary. Just before Sooke, stop at East Sooke Regional Park—a hidden paradise filled with hikes and stunning beaches.

Camping Location: Sooke




Around Sooke, grab lunch at Shirley Delicious, walk the whiffin spit, or swim in the Sooke Potholes—a unique rock formation that was created in the last ice-age. If you want a longer day, drive to Port Renfrew and stop off at famous beaches along the way like Sombrio Beach, Sandcut Beach, and Mystic Beach.

Camping Location: Sooke



Sooke to Lake Cowichan

Choose between two scenic driving routes to reach Lake Cowichan. One takes you two and a half hours along the coast to Port Renfrew then through a winding forest road all the way to Lake Cowichan. The other route is along the Trans Canada Highway, with fantastic opportunities for sightseeing including the Kinsol Trestle in Goldstream Provincial Park.

Camping: Lake Cowichan



Lake Cowichan

Spend the day relaxing at Lake Cowichan, one of Vancouver Island's largest lakes. The fresh-water lake is perfect for swimming, boating, kayaking and a popular spot for trout fishing year round. After a day at the lake, warm up with a cozy campfire at your campsite.

Camping Location: Lake Cowichan



Lake Cowichan to Metro Vancouver

For your return to route to Vancouver, head up-island through Chemainus and Ladysmith, towards the Departure Bay or Duke Point ferry terminals in Nanaimo. Don't forget to grab some delicious Nanaimo Bars while you pass through the area to enjoy on your scenic sailing.

Camping Location: Burnaby



Metro Vancouver

On the last day of your trip, enjoy a morning walk at Burnaby Lake before returning your rental to Fraserway RV. 


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