It's worth visiting. It's also a popular Canadian scenic spot. I'll tell you that the hotels there should be booked half a year in advance, or you can't find a room at all. The coastal town (actually the lake, but it's too big) is very beautiful and clean. Is there any ducks in the water, or is it the first time to see them? There are hundreds of boats berthing in this port and some private ones. It's watery. Straw chickens are French fries, cheese, sauce and roasted white fish. Fear vase island is a manual work. It's stipulated to buy tickets and go by yacht at different times. Vase island is divided into vase island and vase island. It's named for its two rock-shaped vases. Vase island has water but no beach, but stone beach, which is very sharp. Well, when we go back, we also see a person's head broken, it seems that it fell on it, so be careful. The way to climb the mountain is in this order - "Little Vase Island, Big Vase Island, Cave, Lighthouse, I suggest you all walk down, the road ahead is primitive, soft, in fact, it's easy to walk, and very primitive ecology, where the view of the lake is particularly good. It's almost like exploring. There are few artificial traces on the way. Occasionally, there are one or two bridges, or there will always be a feeling of "I'm on the wrong road". I climbed a fallen tree. It's a good experience. There are few people and a good chance to get close to nature. And it seems that Canada seldom sees any kind of small insects. That's good. The picture below shows how beautiful the water on Vase Island is.
Located in the scenic town of Tobermonry, the island is named for two large vase-shaped limestone boulders. It takes four hours by bus and more than half an hour by double-decked glass boat. Personally, I think there are a lot of similar strange stones in our country, but what impressed me is the clear lake water and the ubiquitous environmental protection concept on the island - "over 200 hectares of islands are not over-exploited but underdeveloped; the island is not allowed to leave any garbage on the island, but each person sends a garbage bag after going to the island; even the toilet facilities are very special, not flushing with water, but using sawdust.
The scenery here is breath-taking. It's the first scenery in Canada. It's all natural scenery. Artificial sculpture is not obvious. It's great.
Layers of natural rocks, caves and natural landscapes like vases must have been visited by many friends.