Packages in Duncan
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Duncan Vacation Packages
It is a place in Vancouver Island that approximately 22,000 inhabitants call home.
Duncan is located 5 miles (8 kilometers) northwest of Cowichan Bay and 2200 miles (3592 kilometers) west of Ottawa, the national capital.
Let the kids run amok at Chances Cowichan and Cowichan Aquatic Centre. The fun doesn't end there. the Teafarm and Cowichan Estuary Nature Centre will make sure the good times keep rolling.
Spend the day at Raptors Centre, a much-loved zoological park in Duncan. If your time is limited, be sure to collect a map so you can quickly find the zoo’s many highlights.
Meet beer aficionados from all around the world at the Merridale Estate Cidery, a great Duncan institution. Join a tour and discover what it is that makes the beer here so easy to drink, then taste the finished product straight from the source.
You won't find too many things more pleasurable than tasting quality wines. The Averill Creek Winery and the Averill Creek Vineyard are highly recommended destinations for any self-respecting connoisseur. The Blue Grouse Estate Winery and Vineyard and the Rocky Creek Winery are two more local favorites.
Those travelers who love a game of poker should check out the Chances Casino, a lively gaming establishment in Duncan.
Pack a picnic basket and see some local flora and fauna by spending a day in the well-maintained parks in the area. Two of the most visited parklands are Mount Tzuhalem Ecological Reserve and Memory Island Provincial Park. Duncan has no shortage of parks; also try West Shawnigan Lake Provincial Park and the lovely Old Mill Park.
A trip to Duncan Visitor Centre is a good way to get a bit of local information about the area.
Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the much-loved ecological parks for which this area is well known. BC Forest Discovery Centre, Kinsol Trestle and Bamberton Provincial Park are commonly considered to be the most outstanding attractions. Each park has a unique array of species that make them special in their own right.
Duncan is an inexhaustible source of tales of human endeavor and achievement, and you'll discover plenty waiting to be found within the halls of its cultural institutions. The Chemainus Valley Museum and the Cowichan Bay Maritime Centre both offer access to a range of displays and collections that will be sure to spark up your interest. The Quw'utsun' Cultural Centre and the Shawnigan Lake Museum are a couple more that are worth considering.
If you and your children are interested in the country’s maritime history, take some time to stop by the Cowichan Wooden Boat Society. Learn about life at sea through tales of sail and steam while enjoying a wide array of old ship models and seafaring artifacts as you take a journey through the museum’s exhibits.
Take a moment to indulge in artistic creation and culture at the Arthur Vickers Gallery.
The Cowichan Valley Museum is the perfect place to visit to get a feel for Duncan’s compelling past. Take some time to enjoy the collection’s fascinating displays and see firsthand the historical vestiges from the past that are on show.
Some believe that you can never know what makes a place tick until you know its story. Luckily, Duncan has preserved the Cowichan Native Village, one of the region’s most significant historic places. Chat to locals, get photographs and deepen your knowledge of the local history.
Despite all the amazing attractions you've managed to cram into your schedule, Chemainus Marina can also be an interesting spot to see.
Accommodation in Duncan
Pre-booking a friendly place to stay is the first requirement if you're wishing to have a laid-back vacation. You can find all types of Duncan hotel options on Expedia's user-friendly lodging deals page.
If you're interested in a room at the premier end of the scale, check out the rates and amenities at the Best Western Plus Chemainus Inn, at 9573 Chemainus Road, or the Oceanfront Suites at Cowichan Bay, at 1681 Cowichan Bay Rd. Alternatively, in the more economical category, there is also the Best Western Cowichan Valley Inn and the Ramada Duncan Cowichan Valley. The Best Western Cowichan Valley Inn is located at 6474 Trans Canada Highway, while the Ramada Duncan Cowichan Valley can be found at 140 Trans Canada Hwy.