By Private Vehicle:
The Comox Valley is a three-hour (220 km/137 mile) drive north from Victoria
or a 75-minute (107 km/66 mile) drive from Nanaimo, where the ferry terminals
of Departure Bay and Duke Point are located. Drive Highway #19, the new inland,
four-lane expressway, or take the scenic Oceanside Route on the old Island
Driving directions to Copes Islander B&B: our
Distances and driving times to the Comox Valley: distance
Regular ferry service links the British Columbia Mainland and
Washington State to the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island.
Information on Ferry Travel: Vancouver Island Ferry Service .
BC Ferries terminal at Little River near Comox
Numerous direct flights from the Vancouver International Airport
and Calgary International Airport land daily at the Comox Valley Regional
Airport (YQQ) in Comox.
Information on: Air Travel
to Comox .
Comox Valley Regional Airport
Those travelling by boat will find a full range of facilities
including moorage, showers, restaurants and shops adjacent to the Comox Marina.
Contact the Comox Valley Harbour Authority at (250) 339-6041, for more information.
The Malahat Train , formerly the E & N Dayliner, makes
daily trips between Victoria and Courtenay. This small train offers a behind
the scenes view of rural communities and Vancouver Island forests.
Information on Rail Travel to Comox
Daily bus service connects all parts of Vancouver Island with
the Mainland. Throughout the Comox Valley and surrounding areas, local bus
and 24 hour taxi services are provided.
Information on: Bus service to Comox