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Thank you for a great time whale watching on your boat. The stay in Victoria has been a wonderful getaway for us. The sunrise every...
- Becky and Don Nelson
Dear Birds of a Feather B&B folks, lovely experience! Very comfortable and cozy rooms. Gorgeous area, I loved the lagoon and bird...
Only here for 1 night, but bed was great! and breakfast was fabulous. Enjoyed the lighthouse even in the rain. Drove out to Sooke and...
- John and Martie
We enjoyed our stay immensely ! Birds of a feather is a beautiful house run by wonderful folks. Dieter & Paphada have both gone...
- The Ericksons Family
Dieter and Ashley - Thank you once again for your hospitality & for providing such a relaxing and welcoming stay for us. The...
- Brian and Rebecca LaFrance
Wonderful to be here again, see moonrise and sunrise and birds. Thanks for a great breakfast and warm welcome.
- Sue and Bill
Beautiful Place and wonderful accommodations. We'll be back.
- Jodi & Darren
Sitting in the hot tub with the love of my life will always be a precious memory for me. Herons fishing in the dark and rain drizzling...
- She & Him
We had a wonderful time with a fantastic view here in room #1. Everything was perfect; the nice hospitality, the delicious homemade...
- Anja & Michael
We had a wonderful time. The scenery was amazing. We enjoyed the views and witing out watchign the birds - we also saw an otter....
- Kelly & Brian McRainie

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Juan de Fuca Marine Trail

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The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail is a 47 kilometer hiking trail stretching along the western shoreline of southern Vancouver Island, Canada, from China Beach, just west of the community of Jordan River and extending to Botanical Beach near Port Renfrew. The trail offers scenic beauty, spectacular hiking, wildlife viewing, and roaring surf in its course along the Pacific coastline of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Most of the trail is designed for strenuous day or multi-day hiking in this rugged and isolated area. Some easy to moderate day hiking opportunities to the beach or along the trail are available starting from the trail heads at China Beach, Sombrio Beach, Parkinson Creek, and Botanical Beach.

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