North Vancouver Island is known for being wild and rugged, but not Café Guido! Enjoy perusing artisan creations, books, food and drinks without overwhelming the senses.
After a week on our Quadra Island vacation, we found five favourite spots that are sure to become your favourites spots too! Here’s everything you need to know.
Surge Narrows on Quadra Island is a fantastic hike with a very unique destination. Watch the ocean turn into flowing rapids right in front of your eyes!
Over 100 years later Cape Mudge Lighthouse continues to guide ocean vessels to safety. A worthwhile addition of things to see and do while visiting Quadra Island.
Rebecca Spit is easily the most visited spot on Quadra Island. With stunning views, oceanside hiking trails and calm waters it’s not hard to see why!
Do you want to get sand between your toes while on Quadra Island? Open Bay beach is where you need to go. Off the beaten path and stunning! Here’s everything you need to know.
Quadra Island is one of the world’s premier kayaking destinations. With serene water, calm coves and untamed wildlife you need to see it for yourself!
Gowlland Harbour Resort is perfect for families who like the finer things in life. See why this Quadra Island resort was recommended in National Geographic “Canada’s 50 places of a lifetime”.
Our ski vacation at Mount Washington Alpine Resort was massively enhanced by spending a couple nights directly on the mountain. Minutes from the chairlift has some huge advantages.
House made and locally sourced, warm and experienced staff makes all the difference at Avenue Bistro. Make sure you try the hummus and warm fry bread. I could have eaten three plates of it!