Courtesy of British Columbia Ferry Services Inc.

British Columbia: Between Port Hardy and Prince Rupert

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Ferries ply the Inside Passage from Port Hardy on the
northern end of Vancouver Island passing rugged
mountains, islands covered in coastal Douglas fir and Sitka spruce,
quarter-mile-wide Grenville Channel, and small First Nations’ communities such
as Bella Bella. Along the 15-hour, 250-mile
journey to Prince Rupert, passengers may see orcas, porpoises, black bears, bald eagles, and the
scenic Boat Bluff lighthouse on Sarah Island.

(BC Ferries; bcferries.com;
from $105 per person one-way.
)

World's Most Beautiful Ferry Rides

British Columbia: Between Port Hardy and Prince Rupert

Ferries ply the Inside Passage from Port Hardy on the
northern end of Vancouver Island passing rugged
mountains, islands covered in coastal Douglas fir and Sitka spruce,
quarter-mile-wide Grenville Channel, and small First Nations’ communities such
as Bella Bella. Along the 15-hour, 250-mile
journey to Prince Rupert, passengers may see orcas, porpoises, black bears, bald eagles, and the
scenic Boat Bluff lighthouse on Sarah Island.

(BC Ferries; bcferries.com;
from $105 per person one-way.
)

Courtesy of British Columbia Ferry Services Inc.

World's Most Beautiful Ferry Rides

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