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Package overview

Explore Vancouver Island, the Central Coast and the Coast Mountains in your RV rental on this fifteen-night tour. Work your way up the island, ferry over to Bella Coola, then journey back down to Metro Vancouver—exploring the hiking and other outdoor activities along the way.

This package includes pre-booked campsites, an RV rental and ferry travel so you can focus on enjoying BC's great outdoors.

Note: British Columbians will be provided with priority access to camping for the 2021 season. Non-residents will be able to book campsites as of July 8, 2021.

15 NIGHTS

+ RETURN FERRY

+ RV RENTAL

FROM $3,299

+ taxes and fees, per person based on double occupancy

Package includes:

  • Fifteen nights’ of camping at eleven destinations 
  • RV Rental
  • Kilometres required for trip 
  • Basic insurance 
  • RV preparation fee 
  • RV convenience kit with household and kitchen supplies 
  • Two sailings: One way ferry from Metro Vancouver to Vancouver Island, and from Port Hardy to Bella Coola for two adults and the RV
  • Ferry reservations

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Map & itinerary

DAY 1

Metro Vancouver to Victoria

Pick up your RV rental from Fraserway RV in Delta then head to Tsawwassen ferry terminal for your sailing across the Strait of Georgia, bound for Victoria.

Camping Location: Victoria

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DAY 2

Victoria

Enjoy breakfast at the campsite or head into Victoria's downtown and discover world-class restaurants and brunching spots. In the afternoon, explore local treasures like Fan Tan Alley, Hatley Castle, the Parliament Building and Inner Harbour.

Camping Location: Victoria

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DAY 3

Victoria to Nanaimo

While the drive to Nanaimo can be completed in around 1.5 hours, it's worth taking the time to explore spots along the way. Some ideas for stops include: Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse, Goldstream Provincial Park, and Kinsol Trestle.

Camping Location: Nanaimo

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DAY 4

Nanaimo to Pacific Rim

Grab a warm drink at a local Nanaimo coffee shop then make your way to Coombs Old Country Market to stock up on fresh pastries, artisan cheese, and more before you continue to Ucluelet. After you arrive, hit the beach to catch some waves or a radiant sunset.

Camping Location: Ucluelet/Tofino

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DAY 5

Pacific Rim

Spend your time in paradise surfing, combing the beach, eating delicious meals with fresh seafood and locally foraged ingredients, or strolling along boardwalks through the rainforest. In the evening, relax by your campfire or catch a sunset at Chesterman Beach.

Camping Location: Ucluelet/Tofino

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DAY 6

Pacific Rim to Campbell River

Along the way to Campbell River, stop off at Cathedral Grove to walk amongst the towering ancient Douglas Firs. When you arrive in Campbell River, visit Elk Falls Provincial Park before returning to your campsite for a cozy evening.

Camping Location: Campbell River

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DAY 7

Campbell River to Telegraph Cove

Enjoy a relaxing morning in Campbell River, browsing local shops and grabbing a bite to eat before continuing your journey up the coast of Vancouver Island. Reach Telegraph Cove after just over two hours of driving—a fishing village now a hub for eco-tourism and nearby the famous Broughton Archipelago.

Camping Location: Choice of Telegraph Cove or Port Hardy

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DAY 8

Telegraph Cove

This picturesque oceanside village is full of big adventures. In the summer, join a whale-watching or grizzly bear tour and enjoy the scenic boat ride up the Knight Inlet. Other popular activities include hiking to stunning viewpoints, kayaking in the sheltered inlet and even scuba diving.

Camping Location: Choice of Telegraph Cove or Port Hardy

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DAY 9

Telegraph Cove to Hagensborg 

Today begins with an early start. As you leave Port Hardy in the morning on the ferry, sail through the world-famous Inside Passage to Bella Coola. Watch for coastal wildlife, remote seaside communities, dense rainforests and glacial fjords. After you arrive in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, head to Hagensborg for a well-deserved nights sleep.

Camping Location: Hagensborg

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DAY 10

Hagensborg to Kleena Kleene

Spend the morning exploring Hagensborg, a small community with deep Norwegian roots—due in part to the surrounding landscape's resemblance to Norway. When you head to Kleena Keene, a scenic drive awaits taking you past countless glacier-fed lakes. 

Camping Location: Kleena Keene

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DAY 11

Kleena Kleene to Lac La Hache

Leaving Kleena Kleene, you will make your way past stunning landscapes as you make your way to the Gold Rush Trail, where you will pass through Williams Lake and 150 Mile House before arriving at Lac La Hache. 

Camping Location: Lac La Hache

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DAY 12

Lac La Hache

A popular recreation spot along Highway 97, Lac La Hache is full of activities for outdoor enthusiasts. Hike through a lush Douglas Fir forest or spend the day at the lake kayaking, fishing and soaking up the sun—it's entirely up to you.

Camping Location: Lac La Hache

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DAY 13

Lac La Hache to Lillooet

Continue along the Gold Rush Trail to Lillooet, the former hub of the Fraser River Gold Rush. Experience the memorable drive into Lillooet above the dramatic gorges and rushing Fraser River. After you arrive, visit some of the local shops before setting up camp.

Camping Location: Lillooet

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DAY 14

Lillooet to Whistler

On the way to Whistler, check out the sparkling turquoise blue lakes: Lillooet Lake, Duffey Lake, Joffre Lake, Alta Lake, or the aptly named Green Lake. After you arrive, take the gondola to the top of the mountain to enjoy world-class views or explore the cozy Whistler Village.
Camping Location: Whistler

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DAY 15

Whistler to Fort Langley

Driving along the unforgettable Sea to Sky Highway—with the ocean on one side and coastal mountain ranges on the other. Stop for lunch in Squamish and see Shannon Falls, or fill up a growler at local craft breweries like A-Frame, Backcountry Brewing, or Howe Sound Brewing.

Camping Location: Burnaby

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DAY 16

Metro Vancouver

Enjoy one of Fort Langley's many breakfast spots and cafés—the perfect way to end the last day of your trip. After you fill up on a delicious breakfast, head back to Fraserway RV to return your RV rental.

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