Salt Spring Island Tourism
Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada
The largest of the Gulf Islands, Salt Spring Island is a hotbed of creative talent, inspired by its forested, coastal landscapes. Every week from April to October, the legendary Salt Spring Saturday Market draws visitors from near and far: ‘bake it, make it or grow it’ is the mantra.
Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada
Hedgerow House is a three-bedroom boutique-style Bed & Breakfast located in Ganges Village on Salt Spring Island, the largest of British Columbia's Gulf Islands. Tucked away from the hum of Ganges, yet within walking distance of art galleries, restaurants, and the renowned Salt Spring Saturday Market, this Gulf Island Inn offers a tranquil escape. The hosts have created a private oasis for guests who enjoy understated luxury as they soak up the island's peace and serenity. Simple and uncluttered, the bedrooms offer a place to retreat and relax, with balcony and private patio options. The gardens offer quiet spots under pergolas and porches for quiet reading, a game of 'boules' - or just doing nothing at all, island style. Breakfasts are a leisurely affair, created with seasonal ingredients and garden produce. Feel the spirit of the island while you rest, meditate, walk the trails and beaches or take advantage of the activities and adventures.
Badrutt's Palace Hotel
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Canadian Adventure Company
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Atacama, Patagonia & Rapa Nui, Chile
explora offers its guests a new way of travelling, where three luxury lodges serve as gateways to explore some of the most remote areas in South America: the desert of Atacama, the southernmost tip of the continent at Patagonia, and Rapa Nui (aka Easter Island), in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. While explora’s lodges provide a home base to return to each night, days are spent exploring the many diverse cultural and environmental wonders in each region. For the more adventurous travellers, explora offers multi-day nomadic journeys, known as Travesìas. Accompanied by an expert guide, personal chef and only a handful of other travellers, Travesìas take guests through little-known, remote areas of Chile, Bolivia and Argentina, to discover remarkable beauty.
Northern Escape Heli-Skiing
Terrace, BC, Canada
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Harrison Hot Springs, BC, Canada
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