With about half its residents indigenous First Americans, Prince Rupert Port has a unique western atmosphere. It is also the rainiest city in Canada.
There are many places in Prince Rupert Port where visitors enjoy a quiet stroll along its restored harbor and waterfront in Cow Bay. Prince Rupert Port offers some of the world’s best fishing, having been at one time the Halibut Capital of the World.
Prince Rupert Port is Canada’s western gateway to a gloriously beautiful and largely unspoiled wilderness territory. Bears, eagles, and whales outnumber human wildlife, and the area hides over ten thousand years of First Nation’s history.
Travelers interested in visiting Prince Rupert Port by sea should check out the schedule of cruises on Prince Rupert’s website.