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Transfer Beach, Ladysmith B.C.

Transfer Beach, Ladysmith B.C. Canada is located on the east coast of Vancouver Island (Canada's West). It's a quiet place, situated in a beautiful bay, and perfect for a lazy day.

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Imagine a beautiful place where all worries are far away. A place where all you can hear is the soft sound of clashing waves, children laughing, and the odd seagull.

That’s what it’s like at Transfer Beach, Ladysmith B.C. Transfer Beach is located on the east coast of Vancouver Island on Canada’s West Coast. It’s situated in a quiet bay, so no big ships are passing by. The bay also makes for smaller waves. As a result, Transfer Beach is a rocky beach and not as attractive for most tourists who want sandy beaches.This in turn means that it’s not as busy and dirty as some other beaches in places with more tourism.

Transfer Beach is a perfect place to watch the sun rise.

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There is also a large and very nice playground for the little ones, as well as a water park.

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Ladysmith is a very quiet, friendly town. It’s about a 20-minute drive from Nanaimo where you can catch the ferry to Vancouver. You can also easily take a trip to the capital city of British Columbia, Victoria.

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If you’re in the area, you should definitely consider spending a day at Transfer Beach. Since it’s a rocky beach, it may be a little hard on your feet at first, but you’ll get used to it and it’s perfect for swimming, kayaking, and other kinds of water sports. The ground rises very gradually so even if you’re not a good swimmer, you will be safe at Transfer Beach. Also, as mentioned above, there are no big waves.

Have fun!

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