How To Get To Fair Harbour


By Land:

The turnoff from the Island Highway (Highway 19) to Fair Harbour is located just north of Woss, about 390 kilometers north of Victoria. The 40 km gravel logging road is well-maintained and continues foo 33 kilometers beyond Zeballos to Fair Harbour. Along the way watch for logging trucks, and bears, deer and elk crossing the road. There is no public transport to Fair Harbour. However, Zeballos Expeditions provides ground transportation to Fair Harbour from a number of points on Vancouver Island.


By Sea:

BC Ferries has scheduled departures from Horseshoe Bay to Nanaimo and Duke Point. The crossing by ferry is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes. From the ferry terminus, road signs will direct you to connect with the Island Highway. Estimated driving time from Nanaimo to Zeballos is about 4 ½ hours.


By Air:

Flights are available directly from the South Terminal of the Vancouver Airport to Port Hardy Airport. Pacific Coastal Airlines provides scheduled flights to Port Hardy. At the Port Hardy Airport you will have to arrange a vehicle to transport you to Zeballos. The drive is approximately two hours in length.

North America: 1.800.255.5057 - UK: 0.800.051.6364 - Australia: 1.800.143.454

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"One of the Best Holidays of My Life"

Tuesday, February 9 2016

Here's a fantastic comment we received from Ann after her kayak vacation last August, her second Vancouver Island Kayak tour.

Scott, As we spoke earlier I can't thank you enough for being the facilitator in what truly has to be the best or at at least one of the best holidays of my life.  I only say one as my husband is not here and I wish he could have experienced the wonders of British Columbia nature first hand.

I had two wonderful but very different kayak trips.  The first to the Broken Island Group and the second up here in Port Mc Neil.  I enjoyed both for different reasons.  Different geographies. Wildlife and also fellow travellers on the trip but both wonderfully well organised and the natural beauty of this place speaks for itself.

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