Vacation Without the Car

Looking for a different vacation experience? Leave the car behind and start your Sunshine Coast adventure.

Directions from downtown Vancouver:

  • $2.75  #250 or #257 Express bus to Horseshoe Bay   Translink Schedule
  • $16.15 return fare passenger ticket Langdale-Sunshine Coast  BC Ferries Schedule (BC Seniors travel half price Monday-Thursday)
  • We will greet you at the Langdale Ferry Terminal to assist with luggage and in 2 minutes you will be relaxing at Arcturus Retreat B&B

pacific-ferries-1-300x121

More options! Travel by passenger ferry from Coal Harbour or Horseshoe Bay directly to Gibsons Landing.  Pacific Ferries Schedule  We’ll pick you up at your request. Explore town before settling in with us.

Sunshine Coast Transit stops down the street. As a bonus, we will furnish your first bus ticket, route map and schedule. Regular service to Gibsons, Roberts Creek, and Sechelt. Day passes are available with notice for $5.00. Single trips are $2.00.

Bring your bike! Local transit is equipped with bike racks and we are within 2km of Sprockids Mountain Bike Park.

Partner - Coast Car Co-op

 

Are you a member of a car-share program? Check out Coast Car Co-op options for roaming on the Coast.

 

Flying into Vancouver? The Canada Line light rail connects you to downtown Vancouver in 25 minutes. The Vancouver City Centre stop is across the street from #250 & #257 bus stop at Granville on Georgia. Your Canada Line receipt is your bus transfer ticket.

Travelling from Washington or Oregon? Amtrak provides regular service to Vancouver with amazing views of the Pacific Coast at a very affordable price. The Vancouver station next door to Skytrain which will connect you quickly to your bus connection. Simply board at Main Street/Science World (next door to the train station) and ride 2 stops to Granville. Find the #250 & $257 bus stop at Granville on Georgia. Your Skytrain receipt is your bus transfer ticket.

Online Reservations

BC Ferries at your door

View from the deck – sail through a glacial fjord – getting here is part of the adventure