Sooke is the southernmost town on Vancouver Island, which lies off the southwestern coast of Canada. This small town primarily draws daytrippers from Victoria, cyclists attempting the Galloping Goose Regional Trail, and outdoor enthusiasts looking to explore Vancouver Island’s rugged and scenic coastline. Don’t miss the Sooke Region Museum before adventuring out to experience the natural beauty of the region. Recommended trips include Whiffen Spit Park and the adjacent areas of Sooke Potholes Regional Park and Sooke Potholes Provincial Park, featuring rock pools where you can swim and tube in summer. East Sooke Park lie more than 50 kilometres of coastal hiking trails, while further afield the Juan de Fuca Provincial Park is home to Botanical Beach and features all kinds of adventurous activities, from diving to windsurfing.

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