"About sunset we landed and made camp on a fine smooth beach in a situation most desirable and pleasant, which I named Savary's Island" ~ wrote Captain George Vancouver, July 1, 1792.
Savary Island is in the rain shadow of Vancouver Island and the Coast Mountains, providing it with maximum sun exposure. Savary is British Columbia's sandiest island with white sandy stretches of beach that extend from tip to tip of the five mile long island. There are accessible clam and oyster beds.
Savary Island on Google Maps