Travel & Outdoors

This Oceanfront Airbnb Feels Like A Tropical Escape

Skip the expensive airfare and get a taste of the tropics right in your own backyard.

It has been a long year for many, especially those craving a warm escape to palm trees and sandy beaches. With so much uncertainty still with travelling abroad, why not try something closer to home?

This oceanfront Airbnb will give visitors all the tropical vibes they need while staying right here in B.C.

RELATED: 5 Places In British Columbia That Feel Like The Tropics

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The Oyster Bay Beach House can be found in the beautiful region of Powell River on the northern end of the Sunshine Coast. The private suite is right by the water and surrounded by palm trees.

The rental encompasses the entire lower level of the home, and can sleep up to four guests with two bedrooms and one bathroom.

Photo: Airbnb

Photo: Airbnb

Guests will be treated to unsurpassed views of Powell River onto Lund and Savary Island.

There are plenty of outdoor amenities to enjoy, including a wood fired hot tub, outdoor shower, fire pit and direct beach access. So just sit back and relax and soak up all the views, as well as palm and banana trees and flowering vines.

Photo: Airbnb

The property is also a hub for wildlife, with sea lions, otters, bald eagles, porpoises, orcas and humpbacks often spotted in the area.

In addition to that, there are several popular hiking and biking trails only mere minutes away for you to explore.

Photo: Airbnb

Oyster Bay Beach House Airbnb In Powell River

Where: Nestled in Powell River on the Sunshine Coast, exact location TBD when booking is confirmed

Cost: Approximately $270 per night, depending on the season

How To Book: Visit the Airbnb website


For more bucket list worthy spots to visit in the province, check out our Travel & Outdoors section.

Meagan Gill

Meagan is the Associate Editor at 604 Now. She studied Journalism at Mount Royal University. She is passionate about Vancouver and enjoys writing about the people, issues and events that shape our city. In her spare time, Meagan is interested in photography, loves to spend time outdoors, and volunteers for Big Sisters.

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