A new glamping experience has arrived on Vancouver Island.
“I think a lot of people dream about building or having a wooden boat. It’s kind of like owning a vineyard.”
Goosenecks sit roughly 100 metres above the ocean’s floor; they can only be picked during low tide, and flourish among the windy tendencies of Vancouver Island’s western coast.
With over 900 plant varieties, this National Historic Site of Canada is a not-to-miss Victoria attraction.
A new level of luxury in British Columbia’s world-renowned island destination.
Originally built in the 1960s, these cabins are speckled with influence from the local community that makes Tofino so wonderful.