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Tour Policies:

Early Booking: A $250 discount is offered off the first 10 seats booked and $100 off the next 10 until October 8, 2018

Deposit and Payment: A $400 deposit per person is required within 72 hours of booking or booking may be cancelled.  Full payment is required by November 5, 2018.

Price Changes: In the event of significant changes in taxes or surcharges by suppliers or local government Mile Zero Tours reserves the right to increase price up until the time of departure.   

Cancellation policy: Full refund less $50 per person admin fee if cancelled before October 8, 2018 from October 8 to November 5, 2018 non-refundable amount increases to $150.  After November 5, 2018 only 50% is refundable and after December 7, 2018 only 15% is refundable.  There are no refunds offered after December 26, 2018.  We strongly recommend purchasing trip cancellation insurance as Mile Zero Tours cannot issue refunds, no matter the reason, beyond the scope of the above-mentioned policy. 
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My Island Tour
 8 Days: July 3 - 10, 2019

Full Itinerary

✓ Pick up at your door (Greater Victoria)

✓ Airline baggage fees for one checked bag

✓ Breakfast each morning 



Per Person

Price Includes all Taxes & Fees

Single add: $

Triple deduct: $

Complimentary home pickup/return - travel that starts at your door!

Photo Credits: Tigh-Na -Mara Seaside Resort, Lady Rose Marine Services, McLean Mill

What's Included

​​Day 1 – Wednesday, July 3, 2019 Victoria – Sooke – Port Renfrew 
Depart Victoria this morning for a leisurely drive to Sooke.  Taste the world’s first fermented beverage before traversing a wilderness highway designed by Mother Nature to arrive in the coastal community of Port Renfrew to tuck in for the night.
Today’s dinner is included

 
Day 2 – Thursday, July 4, 2019 – Port Renfrew to Port Alberni
After breakfast, we climb eastward on a winding, scenic route with gorgeous panoramic views of Lake Cowichan’s backcountry.  Stop for lunch at the delightful Coombs Country Market and then visit Vancouver Island wildlife in an eight-acre world-class wildlife rehabilitation facility specializing in raptors and black bears. Marvel at towering ancient Douglas fir trees, some more than 800 years old at Cathedral Grove. We arrive this evening at the port city of Port Alberni surrounded by mountains, freshwater lakes and streams for a two-night stay.  Today’s breakfast and dinner are included

 
Day 3 – Friday, July 5, 2019 – Port Alberni
Sail aboard a working Packet Freighter on Vancouver Island’s longest inlet, Alberni inlet to Ucluelet with an opportunity to see a variety of wildlife – whales, seals sunning on the rocks and bears foraging for mussels. Have your camera turned on and binoculars handy to spot seabirds and eagles.  On arrival, your luxury motor coach will be waiting to bring you to the coastal landscapes of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, fundamental to the sustenance and heritage of the Nuu-chah-nulth people.  We return later to the Port Alberni for a free evening.   Today’s breakfast is included


Day 4 – Saturday, July 6, 2019 – Port Alberni to Campbell River
After breakfast travel through the rich maritime history of the Alberni Valley, Alberni Inlet, Barkley Sound and Vancouver Island's rugged west coast at the Port Alberni Maritime Discovery Centre constructed from an actual coastal lighthouse.  Next, we board the Alberni Pacific "Steam" Railway pulled by a restored Baldwin ex-logging locomotive at the 1912 CPR Station.  You ride a winding track through the City of Port Alberni and surrounding forests to arrive at the McLean Mill National Historic Site. The former sawmill and logging operation located on forested land is a rare, surviving example of an early - to - mid 20th Century logging and lumber operation in British Columbia.  After lunch, you can relax by the waterfront, shop, or explore further. Later this afternoon, we continue to Campbell River.

Today’s breakfast is included

Day 5 – Sunday, July 7, 2019 – Campbell River to Port Hardy
This morning we journey on a tree lined highway into the Northern wilderness.  In Port McNeill we continue the journey north on water to sail to the most northernly point of the Island – Cape Sutil (weather dependent).  This trip will be a life adventure with the opportunity for wildlife viewing – humpback whales, orcas and sea birds. Head towards west, go post Port Hardy, taking Galetis channel up to Cape Suitl.  Enroute,(DECSRIBE JOURNEY) Our boat tour concludes in Port Hardy where we check into a charming First Nations Hotel and enjoy a delicious dinner.  Today’s breakfast and dinner are included
Today's breakfast and dinner are included

 Day 6 – Monday, July 8, 2019 – Port Hardy – Port McNeill – Alert Bay – Telegraph Cove – Port Hardy
We make an early start to hop on the ferry from Port McNeill to Alert Bay, on Cormorant Island. It is the oldest community on northern Vancouver Island and a rare and remarkable aboriginal cultural destination. Heritage buildings and old village houses on the waterfront still speak of the early pioneer days, where a fish saltery existed in 1870.  Alert Bay is internationally renowned as a centre for First Nation culture.  We return to Port McNeill for lunch where the world’s largest burl is located, weighing an estimated 72 tonnes and measuring 45 feet in circumference.  A short drive brings us to Telegraph Cove nestled at the northern end of Johnstone Strait with its preserved historic multi-coloured buildings on stilts and beautiful ocean views. Later we return to our hotel in Port Hardy for a free evening.

Today’s breakfast and lunch are included

Day 7 – Tuesday, July 9, 2019 – Port Hardy to Parksville

We leave Port Hardy to Fanny Bay, best known for its famous oysters.  We will lunch at a local restaurant in this small hamlet on the east coast of our Island and you will have time to browse for unusual artisan works at the Salish Sea Market.  Travelling on to your seaside resort in Parksville, the award winning Tigh-Na-Mara will allow you to unwind and enjoy Rathtrevor Beach with its warm ocean water. The resort has repeatedly taken the honour of Top Spa in Western Canada as well as Top Ocean Spa experience in North America.  
Today'd breakfast and dinner are included

Day 8 – Wednesday, July 10, 2019 – Parksville – Chemainus – Victoria
This morning we travel south to a little town with a big personality – Chemainus.  Artists painted heritage murals on the buildings now known as the world’s largest outdoor gallery. Lunch at the Chemainus theatre followed by a matinee show will be a fitting end to your Island tour. Finally, we will raise a toast in the beautiful Cowichan Valley and say “Cheers,” there’s no place like home!

Today's breakfast and lunch are included

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