Vancouver Island Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Vancouver Island – a place of awe-inspiring natural beauty. In this video, discover why the fusion of history and rugged West Coast landscapes makes this …

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  1. Nicholas Bondarenko says:

    I was born and raised in Vancouver and the nature there is absolutely breathtaking, there is no place that I could call home that Vancouver BC, 🇨🇦 South Fl isn’t comparable to this beauty lots of flat marshy lands filled with gators 🐊 😩😩!! I miss Canada!

  2. Jay Parker says:

    Vancouver Island, and British Columbia as a whole, is one of the most beautiful places in Canada and the world. Absolutely stunning and I can't wait to go back there again! The Butchart Gardens are a must see! I'm not even a garden person but even I was in awe at the magnificence of the gardens. I have plenty of family on the island and hope to one day move their myself. Victoria is also one of the most relaxed and enjoyable cities I have been in. Love from Alberta!

  3. Jim Green says:

    Sooke rhymes with 'cook', not 'boot'. coh-WE-chun Bay (Cowichan) = COW-ih-chun. Saanich (SAWN-itch) Inlet is actually SAN-itch. YOU-kuh-let (Ucluelet) = you-CLUE-lit.

    Aside from the above pronunciation gaffes, this was a beautifully done video.

  4. Cassey Natura says:

    Love this video! Im from Vancouver and recently put a video about travel tips and how I spent less than $1000 to new York City from Vancouver!❤️❤️

  5. Connie Lee says:

    You missed more than half the island! There is far, far more to see once you head north past Parksville. Comox Valley, Campbell River, Port Hardy, All of Strathcona Park including Mt. Washington and so much more!

  6. C zoloman says:

    They DID forget some amazing places – Cowichan Bay – the only Cittislow designation in Western Canada – the next closest one is Lac Megantic if I remember correctly! It also features the FIRST restaurant on Vancouver Island to be featured on the TV show – You Gotta Eat Here!

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