The vast water surface between Vancouver and Victoria is the Strait of Georgia. Sitting on the ferry, you can come to the exterior of the room on the 6th and 7th floors. Seagulls fluttered their wings around the ship, but whales and so on can be encountered but not desired. Passing some islands along the way, the independent houses on the islands are clearly visible.
The Strait of Georgia, a narrow waterway in the eastern North Pacific. Located between the southwestern mainland of British Columbia, Canada and the middle east coast of Vancouver Island, take the BC ferry across the Strait of Georgia to Victoria at the southern tip of Vancouver Island.
The Georgia Strait is located between the Canadian mainland and Vancouver Island. It is approximately 240 kilometers in length and varies in width from 18.5 kilometers to 55 kilometers. It takes more than an hour to cross the Georgia Strait by a sailing ferry from Vancouver Island to Vancouver mainland, and the scenery along the way is beautiful.
Fall on the coastal cliffs, overlooking the Strait of Georgia. Walk through the forest, stroll to the garden