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Nanaimo Travel Guide: 51 reviews and 170 photos
Nanaimo is the second largest city on Vancouver Island and is about is about 55 km west of Vancouver, separated by the Strait of Georgia. The Trans Canada Highway, which begins in Victoria, temporarily ends in Nanaimo at Departure Bay and resumes at Horseshoe Bay on the mainland. Nanaimo has an excellent downtown and is great for walking. There are some good restaurants and shops here. Restaurants serve excellent seafood. Enjoy Nanaimo!
Great views of the sea and mountains and Vancouver skyline can be seen from the BC ferry. The BC ferry is fairly... more travel advice
Here is another nice seafood dish which can be found in town. I also enjoyed eating fried crab cakes. Seen in the... more travel advice
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