Emerald Lake, British Columbia
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Garibaldi Lake, Whistler, British Columbia

Discover incredible wildlife and sensational vistas

British Columbia is a province famed for its incredible natural beauty. Home to magnificent wildlife – including bears, orca whales and coyote, sensational sceneries – plus beautiful lakes, soaring mountains,sweeping vineyards, and even fascinating cities.

Whether you fancy exploring Vancouver’s fantastic attractions, discovering Spirit Bears along the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, or whale watching in Victoria, there’s plenty of adventure to be had in this varied region.

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British Columbia Locations

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Kamloops

Located at the confluence of the North and South Thompson rivers, Kamloops is an area offering a range of four-season activities and experiences. A true wilderness, with vast evergreen timberlands, wild cougars and bears, Kamloops offerings include hiking trails, wineries and cross country skiing.

Kelowna

Set in the Okanagan Valley against the shores of the Okanagan Lake, Kelowna offers an array of enticing water-sports, a picturesque waterfront boardwalk and several notable provincial parks. The area is also brimming with wineries, craft breweries and orchards producing local cider.

Vancouver

Renowned as one of the World’s most desirable places to live, Vancouver is a young and vibrant city with a wide array of theatres, festivals and amazing fusion cuisine. Hemmed in by mountains and verdant forests, the city’s vibrant waterfront district enjoys magnificent backdrop vistas.

Victoria

The mild climate found in the provincial capital of British Columbia makes Victoria a truly year-round destination. The city delights with its charming period architecture and offers access to fascinating sea-life, botanical gardens as well as delicious farm and sea to table dining options.

Whistler

Whistler is a purpose built but charming Alpine resort village set against the towering Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. Renowned for its world-class winter-sports Whistler welcomes as many visitors during the summer months to enjoy the amazing hiking, biking and ziplining.

Vancouver Island

Blessed with the mildest climate in the whole of Canada, Vancouver Island offers up charming fishing villages, snug harbours and amazing whale watching. Together with the sophisticated and trendy city of Victoria, this makes for a truly memorable urban/rural holiday experience.

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Located just north of Whistler and stretching all the way to the Pacific, Cariboo Chilcitin Coast is an amazing mix of natural wilderness experiences. This outdoors wonderland is characterised by hidden lakes, evocative guest ranches and a landscape scattered with wild moose.

Kootenay Rockies

Situated amid striking mountain landscapes, cascading waterfall and lush alpine meadows, the Kootenay Rockies are home to four of British Columbia’s National Parks. Charming Revelstoke is a must see as is the bygone lifestyle on display in Fort Steele Heritage Town.

Sun Peaks

A wonderful resort area that offers great outdoor recreation all year round. Enjoy skiings and cosy afternoons in the winter, and long days spent hiking and enjoying BBQs in the summer.

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