With just 300 residents, remote Saturna Island is taken up largely by a section of the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve and is a prime spot for hiking, kayaking, and beachcombing. The most remote of the Southern Gulf Islands, Saturna usually takes two ferries to reach. It has no bank or pharmacy but it does have an ATM, pub, general store, café, and winery. There's also a full-service restaurant at Saturna Lodge.
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