Tourism Cowichan launches new internet gateway

Cowichan's premier attractions have a new look online.

The new was officially launched last month too attract the eye of the discerning traveller.

"Designed to capture the attention of our ideal traveller, is filled with evocative imagery, compelling text and strong calls to action," a media release states. "The site will function as a trip planning tool reaching both long and short haul markets, and as a valuable resource for local and regional residents.

"The mobile friendly design ensures tourists can access full information regardless of what device they are using."

The awward-winning Once Upon A Day Cowichan plays off the slogan "Everything Looks Better From Here" and multiple photos from throughout the region.

"Creating a new, stand-alone website was one of the top goals of the 2010-15 Tourism Plan, and this has been accomplished with the support and direction of the Tourism Cowichan Council," economic development manager Geoff Millar aid in a media release.

"Early indications are that the website is already very effective in reaching and engaging our target audience."

Check it out here.

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