Getting to Bowen Island
You can travel to Bowen Island by ferry from Horseshoe Bay.
Nectar Yoga B&B Address: 720 Gardner Lane, Bowen Island, B.C.
Horseshoe Bay Route (Car and Walk-on Options)
Follow Highway 1 West (Trans Canada Highway). The signs will lead you to Horseshoe Bay which is about 15 mins drive from the Lions Gate Bridge in West Vancouver (traffic depending). You will arrive at the Horseshoe Bay B.C. Ferry Terminal. The ferry ride is 20-25 minutes through picturesque Howe Sound.
You can drive your car onto the ferry or you can park in the secure parking garage at Horseshoe Bay and walk on the ferry. If you are parking and walking on the ferry, see By Bus below.
• If you are driving onto the ferry, you will arrive at Snug Cove ferry terminal on Bowen Island.
• Once off the ferry, drive up Bowen Island Trunk Road, which changes name to Grafton Road, for about 7 mins.
• You will pass the Bowen Building Centre on your left, then a large wooden barn on your left, then just before the sharp left turn, you will see 720 Gardner Lane on your right hand side, turn right on Gardner Lane.
• Follow the signs to check-in.
Catch any of the following busses from Vancouver to the Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal: 250, 257, 257 Express, 259. All end at Horseshoe Bay.
Align your bus trip time with the Bowen Island Ferry schedule.Click Here for Bowen Island Ferry Schedule and Prices
Once you arrive in Horseshoe Bay, you will walk on the ferry. When you arrive on Bowen Island, see the Bus Stop which is close to the Red Library. You will get on the 280 Snug Cove to Bluewater bus. Tell the driver you are getting off at this address: 720 Gardner Lane.Click Here for Bowen Island 280 Bus Schedule
We are not within walking distance from the Snug Cove Ferry Terminal, so we do recommend bringing a car. If you do not have a car, we have a public bus (we are on the bus route), a taxi service (which only runs on the weekends) and our “lift system” below. If you are planning to bring a bike, please be aware that Bowen Island is very hilly. We also have a “lift system” which is basically our island hitch-hiking system.