Lasqueti Island is one of the more Rustic of Gulf Islands. You will not find paved roads, street lamps or public bathrooms. Be prepared for rocky bluffs and outhouses.
The ferry is walk on only. There is no car ferry.
Before you come and what to pack
What you pack in you pack out. Please remove your waste garbage and use recycling and compost containers provided.
Headlamps or flashlights
Appropriate shoes or rubber boots for walking. This is not the kind of place for flip flops and flats.
Groceries – though we have a whole foods store here some items may not be accessible.
There is only one bank machine on Lasqueti and access can be limited, bring enough cash to enjoy your stay.
Limit the amount of plastic waste and other garbage by packing your groceries into re-useable containers. Especially avoid small water bottles
No Smoking outside of designated areas. Fire risk is very high at all times of the year
Bring a fishing license if you intend to harvest shellfish and check with Dept. Of Fisheries for red tide.
Wenn du bis 7 Tage vor deiner Reise stornierst, erhältst du eine Rückerstattung in Höhe von 50 %. Wenn du innerhalb von 7 Tagen vor deiner Reise stornierst, ist die Buchung nicht erstattungsfähig.
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I want to share this with you. I want to invite you to stay at Jessie's Path so you too can feel the gratification of living independently. Step off the beaten track onto the road less travelled. Stroll through my old growth forests and witness the 3 mating pairs of herons nesting in my trees. Sit on the deck and observe the resident osprey hunt her morning breakfast. Join me in my garden to harvest your dinner of fresh organic vegetables or collect oysters down on the beach. I want you here. I want you to see that you too, have what it takes to make your own path.