Gulf Islands National Park Reserve of Canada

The Gulf Islands National Park of Canada is made up of 16 islands that cover 33 square kilometers, situated in British Columbia. Of these 25 square kilometers are of land, and the rest is the intertidal area. The park was set up in 2003 and the constituent islands are significant for the Strait of Georgia Lowlands. The park contains the following isles: the Mayne Isle or the Bennett Bay, the Blunden, the Brackman, the Cabbage, the D'Arcy, the Prevost, the North Pender, the Satuma, the South Pender and lots others. The lovely archipelago sites can be visited by boat, and the scenery is simply amazing. You can visit a lot of islets and reefs and experience the uniqueness of the Gulf Islands National Park of Canada.

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