Queen Charlotte is a village known under the name of Queen Charlotte City. Is located on Haida Gwaii, previously known as Queen Charlotte Islands, in British Columbia, Canada. The village was established in 1908, because back then the first sawmill began working in the area. Queen Charlotte was incorporated only in 2005 and in present, the community is oriented to earn its existence through tourism. Queen Charlotte has a population of a little under 1,000 residents, living on an area of 37 squared kilometers. If you plan to visit this small and beautiful village, you should know what is there to do.
Tow Hill is a wonderful natural area near Queen Charlotte that can be reached after a 30 minutes walk on board platforms. Half way to Tow Hill there is a deck from which you can admire Rose Point and the beach. The scenery is magnificent, so if you have a camera do not forget to take it with you to make sure you capture this amazing part of Queen Charlotte.
The Blow Hole is another beautiful attraction that you can see on Queen Charlotte Islands. It is located near Tow Hill and although it is a little hard to find, you will see it behind a big rock covered with grass. This Queen Charlotte attraction was formed due to a natural phenomenon. The underwater cavern is amazing and if the waves are forced through it with a high pressure, you will see how the water is splashed up in the sky.
Ocean View is a beautiful restaurant that you can visit at 3301 3rd Avenue, in Queen Charlotte. If you want to taste the dishes of the local cuisine or if you simply want to enjoy fresh cooked seafood, this Queen Charlotte eatery is the one for you. The portions are big and the prices are moderate, but the city views of Queen Charlotte that you can admire from your table are priceless.