COVID-19 Update EMR Vacation Rentals

Updated April 11, 2022 As of April 1, 2022, Canada now allowing all travelers from the United States, who have been fully vaccinated to cross into Canada without having to take a COVID-19 test. There is still a requirement to use the ArriveCan travel app to upload proof documentation and crossing times.For more information go […]

Flights of Fancy – Get a Taste of Victoria’s Incredible Brewery Scene

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Beer. It conjures up images of backyard barbeques, capricious dixie cups filled with the frothy refreshment at a game, discomfiting St. Patrick’s Day memories and unwinding on the couch with a great sipper. It’s both pizza’s and burgers’ loyal companion, second to none when it comes to thirst quenching abilities and so much more. Beer’s […]

All Hands on Deck! Kayak and Boat Rentals on Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island is gorgeous – people travel from all over the world to experience the lush wilderness, the gorgeous cities and of course, the ocean. No matter where you are traveling on Vancouver Island, you’re sure to find breathtaking ocean views. The feeling of the fresh breeze as it stirs your hair and fills your […]

Walk-ins Welcome! Top Ten Restaurants in Sidney

Traveling is one of the most exciting things to do – finding your bearings in a new city can be an exhilarating experience. Sometimes though, that sense of adventure can turn into feeling like a fish-out-of-water. You begin to miss your familiar haunts; the grocery store you know like the back of your hand, your […]

Whale Watching on South Vancouver Island

There is no denying that Vancouver Island is beautiful. If you’re a nature-lover or an outdoor enthusiast, Vancouver Island has probably been on your ‘must go’ list of destinations. Here you can surf, ski and everything in between almost year-round. No need for reservations or tightly packed itinerary, here you can grab your board or […]

Cider Anyone? Top Cideries to Visit On Vancouver Island and Beyond

Winter in BC can be a drudgery. In a temperate rainforest, winters are cold and wet where, on average, 1500 millimeters of rain falls per year. That’s rain with a capital ‘R’. The days are dark with looming clouds and it hampers even the toughest outdoor-person’s plans. If you’re a little tired of the coffee […]