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Pack up a picnic lunch and bring some cash for the foot ferry- man to take you away. Newcastle Island also known as "Saysutshun" offers a spa-like peaceful setting where people historically flocked for rejuvenation. The highlight is the white sandy beach at Kanaka Bay, where you can soak up the…
TAKE THE FERRY RIDE ACROSS FROM MAFFEO SUTTON PARK SPEND THE DAY HIKING HAVING A PICKNIC OR CAMP OVERNIGHT.
Take a small foot ferry from Maeffeo-Sutton Park for a few $, and arrive at Newcastle Island, a Provincial Park with a campsite and trails circling the island (takes about 2 hours). If you are lucky you may see one of( rare species) the white raccoons that inhabit the Island. There are regular…
Take the Newcastle Ferry from Maffeo Sutton Park (waterside) to Newcastle Island and enjoy a guided tour of this First Nations Island. There is a place to eat and explore.
Beautiful Island which is accessible by ferry from Nanaimo. Take a picnic lunch and enjoy an easy hike around the Island-about 14 kilometres.
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