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BC At A Glance

Cities like Vancouver blend urban sophistication with natural beauty, offering a rich cultural scene, diverse culinary experiences, and access to outdoor activities right at their doorstep.

The province’s interior, highlighted by the Okanagan Valley, is renowned for its wineries and fruit orchards, providing a taste of its agricultural bounty.

Luxury travelers will find their place here too, with high-end resorts and spas that offer a secluded escape amidst the natural beauty.

Beautiful view of Inner Harbour of in Victoria, British Columbia, CANADA


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Best Time to Visit:

The summer months, from May to September are spectacular. The winter months, from Dec to March are perfect for skiing.

Famous Landmarks:

Capilano Suspension Bridge
Craigdarroch Castle
Canada Place
Stanley Park
Pacific Rim National Park
Inner Harbour, Victoria

Vancouver (Southwest Mainland)

Vancouver, British Columbia’s capital and largest city, is one of Canada’s most exciting cities, with a must-see list that includes everything from animal parks to performing arts. It is located between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountains and is one of the world’s most beautiful cities, with a magnificent range of landscapes from sandy beaches to spectacular mountains as its backdrop.

Chilliwack, Abbotsford, and Hope are three small cities south of Vancouver with a combined population of more than 400,000 people. They are surrounded by the breathtakingly beautiful scenery of mountains, rivers, valleys, and lakes. The Fraser Valley is known for its wonderful wineries, fresh produce, and Fraser River salmon.

If there’s one place in British Columbia that everyone should visit, it’s Whistler. Located in the Coast Mountains north of Vancouver, Whistler is one of the world’s most popular ski resorts, and several events of the 2010 Olympics were held here.

Whistler is home to some of B.C.’s most spectacular scenery, with snowcapped peaks and ice-blue glacial lakes. This exhilarating mountain town is also an outdoor recreation paradise, where hikers, bikers, and kayakers can explore forests, rivers, and alpine meadows.

Vancouver Island

The mild climate, untouched nature, and magnificent coastlines of Vancouver Island make it a popular destination for tourists. Victoria, B.C.’s capital city, is joined by several medium-sized cities and numerous seaside hamlets to form the region.

Victoria, one of Canada’s most beautiful cities, has an English flavor and a long history as a British colony, yet it is also home to some of the country’s most magnificent ocean and mountain vistas. This cultural metropolis, with its thriving art scene, is also home to B.C.’s first natural and human history museum, which features exhibits on the history of Vancouver Island and its First Nations people.

Dine on fresh-off-the-boat seafood at the wharf, embark on a whale-watching excursion, take a ride in a romantic horse-drawn carriage, and sip afternoon tea at the famous Fairmont Empress.

Pacific Rim National Park, one of Canada’s most beautiful national parks, as well as the fashionable beach resorts of Tofino and Ucluelet, are all on Vancouver Island’s west coast.

The beaches in the region are smooth, long, and sandy, making them ideal for surfing, beach combing, and peaceful reflection among breathtaking scenery. After you’ve eaten your fill of delicious fresh fish and locally brewed craft beer at one of the many eateries that specialize in just-caught seafood, go to one of the area’s numerous spots to watch a spectacular Tofino sunset.

Thompson Okanagan (Interior)

The Thompson Okanagan is a beautiful region that includes the cities of Kelowna and Kamloops and the surrounding area. It is known for its world-class wine country, with dozens of vineyards and wineries open for tastings. The region also has a wide range of outdoor activities to offer, including hiking, mountain biking, skiing, and fishing.

Johnson Lake, known as the Caribbean of the north, is a wonderful place to spend a day swimming, fishing, and canoeing, while the world-famous ski resort of Sun Peaks is just a short drive away.

The Okanagan Valley is also home to several First Nations bands, who have been living in the area for thousands of years. Visitors can learn about their culture and traditions at museums and cultural centers in the region.

Vernon is home to the spectacular Sparkling Hill Resort, a Swarovski-owned spa resort that will truly take your breath away. The hiking in Kamloops offers endless summits with views out over the Thompson River and a thriving mountain biking scene with more trails being added every year.

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The Kootenays are a mountainous region in southeastern British Columbia that offers outdoor enthusiasts a wide variety of activities, including skiing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and fishing. The area is also known for its arts and culture, with many small towns hosting festivals throughout the year.

The Kootenays is a picturesque area that includes the cities of Cranbrook, Nelson, and Castlegar. The region is known for its stunning lakes and rivers, as well as its excellent skiing and snowboarding.

The Kootenay Mountains are home to both Yoho and Kootenay National Parks, which offer everything from icy rivers to steaming hot springs. You’ll be surrounded by towering rock walls, cascading waterfalls, and jagged mountain peaks that soar high into the sky.

One of the best Canadian all-inclusive dude ranches is located just outside of Cranbrook, the Kootenays largest city. Three Bars Guest Ranch is a spectacular destination that people from all over the world come to experience.

Revelstoke and Golden, two small towns in the beautiful Selkirk Mountains, are home to some of the best skiing in North America. Both places have fantastic terrain for beginners and advanced skiers alike, with glades that offer a challenge to even experienced skiers. 

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Northern BC

Northern British Columbia, a vast expanse of wilderness that stretches to the very edge of the Arctic, offers a travel experience that is as raw as it is mesmerizing. This region, far removed from the bustling cities and manicured landscapes of the south, is where adventure and solitude dance together under the endless sky.

Travelers to Northern BC are greeted by landscapes that defy the imagination: towering mountain ranges, ancient rainforests, and mighty rivers that carve their way through the terrain. The Alaska Highway, a ribbon of road that winds through this rugged beauty, serves as a gateway to countless explorations, from the serene waters of the Peace River to the untamed wilderness of the Yukon border.

For those seeking a deeper connection with nature, Northern BC’s parks and reserves, offer a chance to explore some of Canada’s most pristine wilderness areas. Hiking, camping, and canoeing are just a few of the ways to immerse oneself in the natural beauty of the region.

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