Galiano Island

Buy a Galiano Island COMEBACK Gift Certificate or Donate today!

Galiano Island is excited to participate in this Island COMEBACK initiative and hopes you will be too. This service is 100% free to local businesses and island organizations.

In the spirit of caring, we kindly request contributors to cover the 3% processing fee, providing recipients with the full dollar amount.

By supporting our Galiano Island community, you are not only empowering each islander and ensuring we are sustainable post-pandemic, you are preserving the individuality of the island you have come to know and love, safeguarding this precious place so it remains resilient and culturally strong for years to come.

About Galiano Island

People call Galiano Island the “Gateway to the Gulf Islands”, as the first ferry stop from Vancouver and less than an hour from city life, it is the place to begin your exploration. The world seems a lifetime away. And it is. When you are here, the peace envelopes you, the sounds of nature surround you. A walk on the shore may take you to one of dozens of shore accesses, And along those shores, you will discover wave-molded sandstone rock formations, some big enough in which you can find your own refuge from this busy world.
From the shores of Active Pass, you will see all marine traffic between Victoria and Vancouver and, above, an abundance of sea birds, eagles, and ravens. And, of course, along our oceanfront, otters and sea lions, and orcas so close you feel you can reach out and touch.
We love our island, we love to share it…our parks, our luxury inns or one-of-a-kind bed and breakfasts, everyone can find the perfect space to retreat from the world.
And our islanders love the small businesses that make up our community: we have only 1100 people but have more than a dozen unique and special restaurants, several grocers and sweet little shops and fantastic artisans and adventure companies. They work hard so hard to create our island’s wonderful atmosphere…and with you, we can all do our part to support them….our island would not be the same without them, our island life could not thrive, and everyone who visits or lives here would lose a special part of this world.

Located in the traditional territories of the Penelakut Nation.