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North and South Pender Island. Named after Daniel Pender, the Captain who navigated much of the British Columbia coastline in the latter part of the nineteenth century, these two islands are a favourite destination with visitors. Graced with rolling farmlands, forests, beaches, lakes and small mountains it's no wonder the 2.5 thousand person population swells drastically in the summer months with the arrival of campers, cabin-dwellers and daytrippers. Access to these islands is made easy, courtesy of BC Ferries from Victoria or Vancouver as well as seaplanes, planes, water taxis and helicopters. Sailing in? Bedwell Harbour is an official port-of-entry for Canada Customs. As you're arriving, keep your eyes open for the numerous and beautiful islets just offshore. In particular, Skull Island on the harbour's northwest side is the object of a future medium-sized restoration project.
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