Prince Rupert is situated on Kaien Island, just off the North Coast of British Columbia. It is Canada's most northern port on the West Coast and is the southern terminus for the Alaska Ferry.
Our growing city is loctated on traditional Tsimshian First Nations territory and has close ties to its cultural background. Enjoy the art and artifacts of our First Nations ancestors in local museums and art galleries. Numerous totem poles are located throughout the city for viewing pleasure.
Prince Rupert Attractions and Activities
Prince Rupert is home to fabulous shopping, museums, and intriguing restaurants that tempt your tastebuds with fresh local seafood. Go whale watching or bear watching to see some of the most amazing wildlife up close and personal, or get active and take a kayaking or hiking tour. Our staff will be pleased to help you book a sport fishing charter with one of the many reputable tour operators in town.
Prince Rupert News & Weather
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Prince Rupert has much to offer those visiting on either a short or long-term basis. For more information on what is new and exciting in our city and our region, please visit the links below.