Flying over Cape Scott Provincial Park with Wilderness Seaplanes was a remarkable experience. Not just because I’m an aviation nerd, who got to co-pilot a Grumman Goose, but a Kwakwaka'wakw song came to me and I never heard -- let alone sung it before. This happens from time to time, even though I'm not a singer, and been told it’s the ancestors trying to connect with you.
I just wanted to reach out to thank you for the incredible
provided to our DBC team, to Global TV, and to your community in the recent
broadcast from your region.
for the Global TV feature and you had terrific ideas for the TV crew and
some very interestin
them. My team very much appreciate
them and the Global producer acknowledg
all of us. That's the kind of smart, inspired service I'm sure your
visitors receive every day from you!
Thank you very much for your support and extra effort. We are looking
forward to a terrific year in tourism across BC and we hope your season is
You probably knew this already, but we have a major crush on Vancouver Island, and for #valentinesday, we're sharing some amazing captures of romantic Vancouver... Island North on our Instagram stories, all via the talented Kimberley Kufaas Photography. We'd love to hear what romantic spot is your favourite! Tell us below. #ExploreVancouverIsland #GoNorthIsland
Happy Family Day! Are you looking for some family friendly activities to do this afternoon? If so, here are some ideas! #visitporthardy
Cape Scott Provincial Park is amongst these stunning natural attractions on Vancouver Island! Is there anywhere else in our region would you include? #visitporthardy
Discover Vancouver Island did a great overview of things to Port Hardy. What are some experiences you would add to this? #visitporthardy
“While I was alone on a safety stop in Port Hardy, British Columbia, this Sea Lion appeared out of nowhere. He spent a few minutes circling me for a closer look!” Photo and words by @andre_dupuis (via Instagram).
Happy New Year, Port Hardy! 2017 was one memorable year for us at the Visitor Centre. A huge thank you to our community and visitors for the continuous support. We do not take this for granted.
Here's to making 2018 an equally amazing year!
Port Hardy Visitor Centre
Photo by Sarah Étoile Photography
Happy Holidays from the Port Hardy Visitor Centre. Our office is closed, starting today 23 December until 3 January 2018. We hope everyone has a joyous and safe holiday.
ps. If the forecast is true, the North Island should be expecting snow very, very soon! Keep an eye on the weather forecast.