Airlines arriving at Victoria Airport (YYJ):
is served by Air Canada, WestJet, United Express and
several smaller airlines
International flights with most major airlines can be booked to Victoria,
usually either via Vancouver or Seattle.
Air Canada, which is a Star Alliance member, offers direct flights from several Canadian cities.
Airlines arriving at Victoria Harbour:
offers flights between Victoria and Vancouver harbours, and
flies between Seattle and Victoria Inner Harbour Seaplane Base (YWH).
has regular helicopter flights between downtown Vancouver, Vancouver International Airport and the Victoria harbour.
Passenger Ferry to South Vancouver Island:
All car ferries accept also foot passengers, but there is also a passenger only ferry to Victoria:
operates year round high-speed catamarans between
Seattle's Pier 69 and Victoria's Inner Harbour
In spring 2016 Victoria Clipper will also add a ferry service between Victoria and Vancouver.
In summer 2016 Riverside Marine will also start a ferry service between between Victoria’s Inner Harbour
and Vancouver’s Harbour Flight Centre in Coal Harbour.
Connections to the Mid- and North-Island:
Vancouver Island can also be reached by
car ferries to Nanaimo, Comox
as well as by air travel to Nanaimo and several other smaller airports.
Driving Directions to Fossil Bay Resort
For detailed driving directions to Fossil Bay Resort please click the appropriate link which will open Bing Maps in a new window.
Please wait for the window to build up.
Beware: Most GPS do not work in the Shirley - Jordan River area! There is no gas station west of Sooke, so make sure you have enough fuel!
Travelling from Vancouver Airport (YVR) by Bus:
Tourists using charter flights arrive at Vancouver Airport. Most will book a connector flight or rent a car in Vancouver,
but there is also the possibility of taking a
BC Ferries Connector
bus, which leaves several times daily just outside the international arrival area to downtown Victoria.