The wild and untamed west coast of Vancouver Island awaits in Zeballos. From thrilling salmon fishing expeditions to exhilarating kayaking journeys, this secluded destination is quickly becoming an eco-tourism hotspot known as the Golden Gate to the West Coast. It might be BC’s smallest village, but Zeballos provides easy access to Catala and Nuchatlitz Provincial Parks, as well as the captivating islands within Kyuquot Sound. The rugged coastline here is full of hidden inlets, surrounded by magnificent stands of Sitka spruce.
Nestled at the head of the Zeballos inlet, Zeballos also has a fascinating geological history that makes it a haven for rock-climbing and caving for all skill levels. Here’s how to spend three days exploring this fascinating village and surroundings.