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British Columbia --Canada's westernmost province-- is ideally situated between the sparkling Pacific Ocean to the west and the magnificent Rocky Mountains to the east

BC is home to a geographical diversity that boasts an array of activities and adventures from mountains to climb, rivers to run, beaches to comb and rainforests to hike.

BC also boasts a cosmopolitan culture, world-class attractions and diverse dining experiences. From sophisticated cities to breathtaking scenery, there is something for everyone in BC.

Things to do in British Columbia

Thompson Okanagan

Savor an award-winning Merlot and drink in the sparkling vista of lakes and vineyards in BC's preeminent wine region. With over 100 wineries to visit, be sure to save time to sample the other local delights of the region --overflowing fruits stands, lush golf courses and refreshing water activities.

 

 

Top Highlights

  • Sip a glass of wine on a sun-drenched patio at one of the many award-winning wineries. There are dozens to visit and many wine festivals to enjoy.
  • Ride your way along the historic Kettle Valley Trail --a historic railway route-- cycling across impressive wooden bridge trestles and through rock tunnels.
  • Visit Canada's only desert and stop at the Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre which offers interpretive kiosks explaining the fragility of this unique ecosystem.

Vancouver

This is a city of possibilities where you can follow a day of golf or kayaking with a meal at one of North America's hottest restaurants and an evening at the theater. Laid back and energetic; stylish and outdoorsy; cosmopolitan and welcoming, Vancouver has something to offer everyone.

 

 

Top Highlights

  • Pedal or walk around the Stanley Park seawall and gaze upon the city's skyscrapers and the sailboats that dot the harbour.
  • Take the aerial tram up Grouse Mountain for a panoramic view of the city, sea and surrounding mountain peaks.
  • Spend an enjoyable day in Granville Island, most famous for its large and bustling Public Market.
  • Kayak in False Creek, a protected inlet that extends from English Bay, dividing downtown Vancouver from the rest of the city to the south, and get a new perspective on the city's blend of urban and natural beauty.

Whistler

While the mountains are alive with skiers and snowboarders in winter, summer is the time to explore nature on foot, bike, kayak, via zipline or the famous PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola. Just two hours from Vancouver, Whistler has all the creature comforts and exciting nightlife of an international year-round resort.

 

 

Top Highlights

  • Travel on the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola, the highest of its kind in the world, to explore the dozens of trails on Whistler and Blackcomb mountains.
  • Wander through the village on the cobblestone pedestrian-only path which offers a mix of over 200 shops and eclectic boutiques.
  • Perfect your swing on four championship golf courses spread throughout the valley, surrounded by mountain peaks and tranquil glacial lakes.

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