Sooke is an incorporated district municipality situated on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, in Super, Natural British Columbia. It is situated to the north and west of the Sooke Basin, an ocean inlet often mistaken for a lake by first-time visitors. Sooke enjoys one of the most moderate climates in Canada.


Sooke’s popularity as a scenic tourist destination has existed for generations. Famous destinations in Sooke, such as the Sooke Harbour House, Whiffen Spit, and the Sooke Potholes Regional Park and adjacent Sooke Potholes Provincial Park attract visitors both locally and from around the world. The area’s popularity has increased as a base for visiting the wilderness parks of Vancouver Island’s southwest coast the West Coast Trail and the new Juan de Fuca Provincial Park.

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