There is so much to do in Sooke all year long! You can learn more about everything there is to do in Sooke and the surrounding area via their local tourism information centre website or scroll through the information below for a quick idea of what you can experience on your vacation to Sooke!
The waters just off Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina are well known for being an angler’s dream for species such as Halibut, Salmon and Cod. Poised just 5 minutes from some of the world’s finest fishing, our resort provides the perfect place to take advantage of such an opportunity. You can literally walk out of your front door and into a fishing adventure.
On-Site Fishing Charters
The following fishing charters operate directly out of the marina:
- Mark Grant’s Salmon Charters – www.markgrantfishing.com
- Reel Excitement – www.salmonexcitement.com
- Spencer’s Sport Fishing – www.spencerssportfishing.com
- T & T Fishing Charters – www.tandtfishingcharters.com
- D & D Fishing Charters – www.danddfishingcharters.com
- Blue Wolf Charters – www.bluewolfcharters.com
- 2 Reel Fishing Adventures – www.2reel.ca
- Goin’ Coastal Fishing – www.goincoastalfishing.com
- Gotcha Salmon Charters – www.gotchasalmoncharters.com
- Sooke Sport Fishing – www.sookesportfishing.com
With an abundance of beautiful and serene mountain rainforest trails and hikes, Sooke provides an adventure to suit anyone’s skill level. Below are some of the most well-known and popular trails located throughout Sooke and surrounding area.
This easily assessable trail provides a mild yet stunning scenic Oceanside stroll along theSooke spit. Only a 4 minute drive or 20 minute walk from your door at Sooke Harbour Resort& Marina.
These tours depart from the Sooke basin and explore the Strait of Juan de Fuca in search of Killer Whales, Porpoises, Gray and Humpback Whales as well as a handful of smaller marine life such as seals, sea lions and various species of birds. See tours here.
With tours and rentals based right out of Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina, there is no reason not to embark on a truly natural experience while spending time in Sooke.
Try soaring over the hills and majestic west coast rainforest of Sooke. See more.
Right in the Sooke Region there is the easy-to-get-to Whiffen Spit but if you would like to go on a bit of an excursion to find something more secluded, try a trip to Botanical Beach, China Beach, French Beach, Sombrio Beach, or Mystic Beach.
A popular and accessible activity that is fun for the whole family. Learn more here.
Jordan River, just North of Sooke, has a fairly exposed reef and point break that has reasonably consistent surf. Learn more.
Sooke has many well exposed areas for storm watching. A 10 minute walk through the rainforest on a well marked trail will get you to Botany Bay where you will be sure to see massive waves and heavy seas.