Our Location

Bayview Garden is centrally located in Sandspit - K'il Kun, along the main beach road that borders scenic Shingle Bay, at #401 Beach Road, between School road and Park road.

We are within walking distance to the Airport in Sandspit (about 1.5km away).

Please also look at the google map at the bottom of this page.

Download the publications "This is Haida Gwaii - Tadswii'", and the "Guide to Haida Gwaii"

We do not offer any pick-up or drop-off service. For local transport, there are currently very limited options available to visitors. We can only offer to do a google search at the moment (winter 2021), and try to find options that way. 

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GETTING TO THE BAYVIEW GARDEN

FROM AND TO THE AIRPORT

If you are flying in, you may walk to the Bayview garden, by going west along the main paved road that goes along the bay for approximately 1.5km, keeping an eye out for our wooden sign. Before you set out from the airport, you may wish to pop in to the Sandspit Visitor Centre, located inside the terminal, for a map of town and directions.

For local transport, there are currently very limited options available to visitors. We can only offer to do a google search at the moment (winter 2021), and try to find options that way. 

FROM AND TO THE ALLIFORD BAY FERRY LANDING

If you arrive by ferry from Prince Rupert, you will dock in at Skidegate Landing, which is on Graham Island. From there, you will have to take another ferry across to Alliford Bay, on Moresby Island, where Sandspit is located. It is a 25 minute crossing. For schedule and information go to www.bcferries.com.

Alliford Bay is just a ferry landing with a chemical/dry toilet, a covered waiting area and a public phone. It is located 15km away from the town of Sandspit. If you are driving or cycling, follow the main paved road into town.

If you do not have transportation, you may have to ask for a ride or arrange a pick-up/drop-off with our local charter service. For local transport, there are currently very limited options available to visitors. We can only offer to do a google search at the moment (winter 2021), and try to find options that way

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GETTING AROUND HAIDA GWAII

Please note that Sandspit is the only community on Moresby Island (and a small community at under 300 residents), and if you plan to visit the more populous "North Island "called Graham island, where most  communities are located and where most of the roughly 5,000 Haida Gwaii residents live, you will likely need transport to get to the ferry landing and beyond.

Popular options are to rent bikes from the local Sandspit Visitor Centre

Rental cars are available on the islands, and in Sandspit, the rental company is Budget. There are other rental options on island avai;able through a google search on the excellent Go Haida Gwaii website.

You may also ask for a ride (hitch hiking is a popular way to get around on island).

For local transport, there are currently very limited options available to visitors. We can only offer to do a google search at the moment (winter 2021), and try to find options that way

There is no taxi service in Sandspit or Moresby Island.

Eagle Transit used to organize an airport shuttle service between Queen Charlotte and the Sandspit Airport around airplane times. This service seems to no longer be available.

There are some taxi services available on Graham Island, that can be found online through a simple google search.

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GETTING TO HAIDA GWAII

For links as to how to get around and what transportation is available to get to the islands, visit the informative gohaidagwaii website. 

Download the publications "This is Haida Gwaii - Tadswii'", and the "Guide to Haida Gwaii"

FLYING IN 

During the summer season, there are twice-daily Air Canada flights from Vancouver, and in other seasons there is one flight per day. Reservations are available through www.aircanada.com. Note that there is also a municipal airport in Masset serviced by Pacific Coastal Air. 

TAKING THE FERRY

If you would rather drive your own car, BC Ferries has regularly scheduled ferries (8 to 10 hour crossing) from Prince Rupert to the Skidegate landing terminal on the northern island, Graham Island. The long and scenic drive from Vancouver to Prince Rupert is approximately 1,600km. There is also the option of taking the famous and scenic Inside Passage ferry (15 to 24 hours) from the North of Vancouver Island, at Port Hardy, to Prince Rupert.  
For schedule information and reservations, go to www.bcferries.com.