• Located on the magnificent west coast of Vancouver Island, the village of Zeballos BC is located at the head of the fjord-like Zeballos Inlet.
    Zeballos is located 427 km from Vancouver.

    Regional airlines have several flights daily to Campbell River, Comox and Port Hardy which, depending on where you are flying from, are all are good jumping off points to access Zeballos. Commercial airlines include Pacific Coastal and Central Mountain Air and seaplane flights are available from Corilair, Harbour Air and Vancouver Island Air.

    Taxi Services
    Water taxi service is available from Zeballos to points in Nootka Sound with Zeballos Expeditions and King of Bait Ltd (email).

  • Visitors can contact the village office for assistance with relocation.

    Zeballos Village Office
    Box 127
    Zeballos, BC, V0P 2A0
    P: 250 761-4229

    There are no ATMs in Zeballos. Banking services are available in Port McNeill.

    Zeballos is in Vancouver Island West School District #84.

    Zeballos Elementary Secondary (K-12, 54 Students)
    Zeballos StrongStart Centre
    Continuing Ed SD 84

    Box 128, 675 Keno Street
    Zeballos, BC, V0P 2A0
    P: 250 761-4227 | F: 250 761-4234

  • Zeballos provides visitors with the perfect opportunity to enjoy the westcoast rainforest. There are shady boardwalks, walking trails, plant and wildlife walks and many other locations available. Click here for a map. Running along the west side of Nootka Island from Louie Bay to Friendly Cove, the Nootka Trail is 30 km of coastal hiking.

    The Zeballos River estuary is a designated Wetland Reserve and in the spring, hummingbirds, eagles and herons are plentiful, as are flickers, kingfishers and finches. Ravens, woodpeckers and wrens can also often be seen. In the winter months a flock of trumpeter swans calls the inlet home. Sea ducks, such as goldeneyes, buffleheads, mergansers, widgeons and scoters, are commonly found diving and dabbling about the inlet.

    There are four provincial parks surrounding Zeballos: Artlish Caves, Nuchatlitz, Catala Island and Rugged Point Marine Park. Dozens of “undiscovered” caves, sink holes, and disappearing streams in the area await those who like to explore.

    Visitors to Zeballos also enjoy rock climbing, kayaking, fresh and salt water fishing, and diving. The steep walls of Zeballos Inlet and Kyuquot Sound provide for exceptional wall dives. Tahsis Narrows and the Gardens are well known local diving sites.