Sechelt is home to a -lauded dive centre with lessons, equipment, and rentals.
Divers enjoy some of the world's best cold-water diving on the Sunshine Coast.
Getting to Sechelt, is just a 40-minute ferry ride from West Vancouver, followed by a 27km/17mi drive up Highway 101.
Nestled on a strip of land between Sechelt and the Salish Sea, this municipality on the Sunshine Coast attracts visitors with its blissful mix of water and land activities, suitable for all ages and ability levels. Enjoy hiking in the Sunshine Coast's regional and provincial parks, or play a round or two of golf.
Throughout the year, the ocean around Sechelt offers prime salmon fishing: coho, chinook, chum, pink, and sockeye.
Explore the wreck of the HMCS Chaudière in Sechelt Inlet, or dive into the foaming rapids of the Skookumchuk Narrows up Highway 101 near Egmont.
Golfers can tee off at the public 18-hole courses at the Sechelt Golf and Country Club and the Sunshine Golf and Country Club in nearby Roberts Creek.
Notable local museums include the House of Héwhíwus (House of Chiefs) museum in Sechelt and the Sunshine Coast Museum in Gibsons. Sechelt hosts a ton of festivals throughout the year, including the world-class Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts, the Hackett Park Crafts Fair, and the Sechelt Arts Festival.
Nearby Pender Harbour has music festivals dedicated to jazz, blues, and chamber music.