Strait of Juan de Fuca Tours and Activities
The stunning, 95-mile long Strait of Juan de Fuca is divided distinctly in half; the international border between Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada, and the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, USA, is drawn down its center.
In 2008, Chemainus First Nation in Canada proposed the name be changed to Salish Sea. Initially met with a positive public response, the request went through a lengthy bureaucratic process that involved different government departments in both the USA and Canada. Eventually, it was decided the Strait of Juan de Fuca would keep its name; however, the Salish Sea would be used to describe the entire area, which stretches from Desolation Sound south through the Strait of Georgia and Puget Sound to Hammersley Inlet.
Tours and Activities to Experience Strait of Juan de Fuca
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- Victoria Heritage Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour
- Victoria Drive and Explore Tour - Private Tour
- Victoria Whale Watch Tour
- Zodiac Whale Watching Adventure from Victoria