Duncan

Vacations are about taking it easy, although it's always nice to take in some sights while you're at it! You'll be able to do plenty of both in Duncan.

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This area of Vancouver Island is home to approximately 22,000 people.

This destination is situated about 2,200 miles west of the national capital, Ottawa. It's also approximately 10 miles southwest of Vesuvius.

Give the kids a break from sightseeing and enjoy an afternoon of quality time at Chances Cowichan and Cowichan Aquatic Centre. Want more? Teafarm and Cowichan Estuary Nature Centre will ensure that the good times keep rolling.

Your family will have a ball investigating the big and the small creatures at Raptors Centre. If you are pressed for time, take a map so you can quickly find the zoo's many highlights.

Are you a bit of a beer freak? If so, you'll have to go and take a look at Merridale Estate Cidery. You'll learn a bit more about the different production methods that make the local brews so deliciously unique.

There are few travel experiences more memorable than a quality wine. Discover some of the region's finest at Averill Creek Winery and Averill Creek Vineyard. Should those wineries give you a taste for more, think about visiting Blue Grouse Estate Winery and Vineyard and Rocky Creek Winery.

Sit back with a drink, challenge the blackjack dealer or just take in the bright lights at Chances Casino.

Bring along some lunch and take five in the lush surroundings of Mount Tzuhalem Ecological Reserve and Memory Island Provincial Park. West Shawnigan Lake Provincial Park and Old Mill Park are two more pleasant spots to while away the afternoon and catch up on some reading.

A stop at Duncan Visitor Centre is a useful way to find some information for your travels.

You can see Mother Nature's gifts year-round at BC Forest Discovery Centre and Kinsol Trestle. Your mind and body will be grateful for taking a short break at Bamberton Provincial Park.

Broaden your perspectives by spending some time at one of the area's educational exhibition spaces. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you check out the different displays at Chemainus Valley Museum and Cowichan Bay Maritime Centre. Another two worth considering are Quw'utsun' Cultural Centre and Shawnigan Lake Museum.

Cowichan Wooden Boat Society will send you traveling back through the region's nautical history. Overflowing with sea-bound tales and salvaged artifacts, the whole crew is bound to have fun at this one.

Duncan's artsy side can be found at Arthur Vickers Gallery.

Walk along the silent hallways and get a glimpse of the exhibits at Cowichan Valley Museum.

One of the most visited historic sites here is Cowichan Native Village. This atmospheric place offers tourists the opportunity to learn a bit more about the region's past.

A site for contemplation that serves as a monument to the past, World's Largest Hockey Stick is well worth checking out.

Travelers of all ages will discover something of interest at Vancouver Island University-Cowichan Campus, a leading educational institution. Those who finished school years ago will appreciate the modern facilities, while aspiring young students can sample what lies ahead.

If you are ready to splash some cash, browse a few of the busy department stores and boutique shops. Among the best places to start with are Mill Bay Centre, Duncan Farmers Market and Hansel and Gretel's Candy Company.

To catch some home-grown or touring acts, pick up some tickets to Chemainus Theatre Festival, one of the premier performing art venues in the area. Following the performance, head off for supper at one of the nearby restaurants and enjoy the local specialties.

Think you've seen all there is to see in Duncan? Think again. While Chemainus Marina may not be on the front page of your guide book, many travelers recommend it.

There are 6 different Duncan hotels registered on Expedia's extensive travel database. Check them out and find the features and guest services that suit you best.

Some of the accommodations worth checking out in Duncan are the Best Western Cowichan Valley Inn and Ramada Duncan Cowichan Valley.


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