How To Get To Port Hardy

Located in the breathtaking region of North Vancouver Island, Port Hardy is a paradise for anglers and a gateway to adventure with Serengeti Fishing Charters. Travel to Port Hardy is accessible by road, but most commonly by flight.

Soar Above The Water

Flying To Port Hardy

The Port Hardy Airport sees three roundtrip flights from Vancouver daily, serviced by Pacific Coastal Airlines. Air passengers are sure to be met with the most spectacular views of coastal mountains, Vancouver Island’s rugged coastline and the isles and inlets of the Broughton Archipelago as they arrive in Port Hardy.

Island Road Trip

Driving From Vancouver To Port Hardy

Departing from Vancouver, BC, guests can travel by vehicle, crossing from the Lower Mainland at Horseshoe Bay via BC Ferries to Nanaimo. From there, drive four hours and 380 km (236 mi) north on Highway 19 towards Port Hardy.

Preparing & Questions

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Preparing For A Fishing Charter

Preparing For A Fishing Charter

Make the most of your trip with our comprehensive guide on what to pack for your fishing experience with Serengeti Fishing Charters.

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Things To Do In Port Hardy

Things To Do In Port Hardy

Discover what makes Port Hardy an iconic destination for anglers and adventurers alike. Even off the boat, there are many things to experience in the area.

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Our Frequently Asked Questions

Our Frequently Asked Questions

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