Sightseeing in British Columbia Canada
British Columbia (BC) is situated on Canada's beautiful west coast. Its location makes British Columbia Canada’s gateway to the Pacific and Asia. Vancouver, the largest city in British Columbia, has the largest airport in western Canada and the busiest seaport in Canada.
Activities in British Columbia
You will never run out of things to do in British Columbia. From ocean kayaking to heli-skiing; from unspoiled hiking trails to sophisticated shopping malls, BC has it all. Whether touring the splendid Rocky Mountains, or resting on the magnificent Pacific beaches, whatever your choice you will certainly have the time of your life.
Tour the Coast & Mountains Around
Vancouver British Columbia
This region embraces the cosmopolitan attractions of Vancouver and the Lower Mainland plus the spectacular and challenging adventure opportunities available in the Sunshine Coast, renowned Whislter Resort, the fertile Fraser Valley and the mighty Fraser Canyon. Go scuba diving, river rafting, hiking, sailing, kayaking, boating, golfing, bird watching or skiing on world-famous mountains. Take a harbour tour, browse through art galleries and unique and quaint shops. This region has it all.
Sightseeing on Vancouver Island, British Columbia
The largest and most populated of the Islands is Vancouver Island (32,261 sq km - 19,356 sq mi) Travel to Vancouver Island is by air or ferry. BC Ferries provides transportation service between Vancouver and Vancouver Island. Major airlines have frequent scheduled flights from Vancouver directly to Victoria International Airport or Victoria's Inner Harbour which connect with major cities to other Island communities. Charter flights reach the most remote fishing camp.
Touring the Thompson Okanagan, British Columbia
Located in central British Columbia, is one of the world's most beautiful and pristine places, Thompson Okanagan. The Thompson area, is known as High Country and the Okanagan Valley is BC's fruit and wine country. A land of bountiful vineyards, warm crystal lakes, historic gold-mining towns, rushing rivers, deep winter snow, high mountain peaks, orchards laden with peaches and cherries, beautiful hills, green grasslands, fertile valleys and steep-walled canyons.
Sightseeing in the British Columbia Rockies
One of nature's most spectacular scenery - the Rocky Mountains - is a breathtaking experience. Mountain peaks tower above lakes, dominating the skyline in almost every direction. High in the mountains, glaciers give way to beautiful alpine meadows and trees, dense wilderness forests cover the lower hills, and valleys are carpeted with colourful summer wildflowers. This region offers wonderful sites to see and activities to do. Whether you go river rafting, hiking, sailing, kayaking, boating, golfing, or enjoying the many natural hot spring pools in the area, there's always something for everyone.