The Cowichan Valley offer’s some of the most unique attractions and activities of Vancouver Island.

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Explore Cowichan Through Ship to Shore Dining

Explore Cowichan Through Ship to Shore Dining

Enjoying the Cowichan coastline is easy. The shore is scattered with beautiful beaches, seaside communities and spectacular marinas to tie-up to. Whether you’re cruising for the day or planning a multi-day trip there are plenty of places to check out by boat.

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Tie the Knot in Cowichan: 8 Breathtaking Venues

Tie the Knot in Cowichan: 8 Breathtaking Venues

The Cowichan region is as unique as you are, which is why it is the perfect location for just about anyone’s wedding. Whether you’re looking to tie the knot in an intimate seaside venue, a rustic orchard, or a historic farm, Cowichan has a venue that perfectly suits you and your partner when you say ‘I do.’

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Cowichan Uncovered: Local Zines in the works

Cowichan Uncovered: Local Zines in the works

Visitors today are on the hunt for new ways to make their travel experiences more rich and personal. Whether visiting for a weekend or staying for an extended period, people want to get deeper into the local culture and have more meaningful exchanges. Tourism Cowichan...

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Favourite Hikes in the Cowichan Valley

Favourite Hikes in the Cowichan Valley

If one were to describe the Cowichan Valley in one sentence for it’s natural offerings I think they would be hard pressed to accomplish it or even succeed. Tall trees, mighty flowing rivers, mountain vistas, craggy cliffs, ocean coastlines and waterfalls are but a few of what would need to be included.

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7 Diverse Dining Opportunities in the Cowichan Valley

7 Diverse Dining Opportunities in the Cowichan Valley

From the seaside vistas and craggy mountain tops to the lush fertile valleys that lie below, the Cowichan Valley is a natural wonderland. The only thing more diverse than the outdoors in this scenic region would be the dining options available to meet even the savviest gastronome.

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Let the Cowichan Valley heat up your winter travel plans

Let the Cowichan Valley heat up your winter travel plans

A Canadian Winter can often be harsh and cold with only brave souls venturing out to take in the usual suspects like skiing, skating and snowshoeing. The Cowichan Valley is the exception to the rule where one only be reminded of the origin to it’s name “The Warm Land”, from the First Nations Coast Salish, who named the area Quw’utsun’ or Cowichan.

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