The Cowichan Valley is also home to a number of Aboriginal communities who have been living in the area since before colonization. Visitors can learn about their culture and history by taking part in cultural activities like the Totem Walk in Duncan.
Visitors can also participate in outdoor activities such as whale-watching tours off Cowichan Bay, houseboat rentals on Cowichan Lake or one of the wonderful museums found along the TransCanada Highway.
The Cowichan Region offers a variety of outdoor activities, from kayaking and fly fishing to mountain biking and camping. There are also several vineyards and wineries, giving visitors an opportunity to sample some of the local wines.
No matter how you choose to spend your time in the Cowichan Valley, it will undoubtedly be an unforgettable experience!