Saturna Island is easily accessible, by ferry from Vancouver and Victoria or by floatplane from Vancouver.
Yet this is by far the most remote, crowd-free refuge in the southern Gulf Islands. A tiny population of just 350 full-time residents combined with cozy accommodations, a small selection of retail stores and galleries and the island’s well-protected natural beauty make Saturna a prime R&R locale.
Saturna draws visitors who appreciate peace, pleasant outdoor activities, and abundant quality time with books, binoculars, journals, art supplies and creative imaginations. Hiking, kayaking, wildlife viewing, home-studio artist tours, lazy afternoons in parks and miscellaneous water activities (swimming, boating, beachcombing) are favourite pursuits here.
How To Get Here
BC Ferries Schedules:
Saturna Lions Club operates two shuttles (21 passengers and 6 passengers) on a donation basis for special events and by advanced booking at firstname.lastname@example.org
What To Do
Where To Sleep
Where To Eat
Saturna Cafe – 101 Narvaez Bay
Events at the Rec
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