1. Nanaimo

If you are travelling from the British Columbia mainland take a BC Ferry from Horseshoe Bay to Nanaimo. From Nanaimo you will travel 156 km to Campbell River on Island Highway #19. From Nanaimo to Campbell River it should take about 1 hour and 45 minutes.

2. Campbell River

From Campbell River you will continue North on Island Highway #19 for 60 km to the Sayward Junction. There is a full service gas station here. Buy gas, snacks and water if you are not stopping in Woss.

3. Sayward

Driving 52 min (75.6 km) via Island Highway #19 will bring you to the tiny community of Woss. There is a store that sells gas here. Once north of Campbell River, the Sayward Junction and Woss are the last places to stop for fuel while enroute to Fair Harbour. If you leave Campbell River with a full tank you should have enough gas to return to Campbell River.

4. Woss

Continue north from Woss on Highway 19. Driving past Woss, take the Zeballos turn-off (left) after approximately 22 km (14 miles). You will see the Steele River bridge just before the turn-off. This is the start of the gravel logging road to Fair Harbour. Stay alert for logging trucks.

5. Zeballos

You will bypass Zeballos and travel directly to Fair Harbour through the First Nations community of Ehatis. The driving time to Fair Harbour from here is 55 min (35.3 km) via the logging road.

6. Fair Harbour Marina

At the Fair Harbour Marina and Campground there are fully furnished rental cabins, a campground, a private parking lot, marina, fuel dock, propane and general convenience store with snacks and supplies. Siiqaa Water Taxi will be waiting for you at the marina if you have booked a specific time.


If you arrive in Fair Harbour without booking a water taxi call 250-332-5340 or e-mail and you will have a water taxi in 40 minutes or less (weather dependant).