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B.C.’s glittering metropolis, towering over the ocean and framed by the Coast Mountains, Vancouver offers urban sophistication and world-class restaurants and shopping.
Victoria’s allure lies in its old British charm, cobblestone streets, historic attractions and lush gardens.
Port Hardy is the gateway to northern Vancouver Island recreation and travel, and is the boarding point for ferry travel to northern British Columbia and its coast.
Prince Rupert offers a great variety of accommodation, dining, cultural, and outdoor options, along with world-class fishing, crabbing, and prawning.
Formerly known as the Queen Charlottes, Haida Gwaii is Canada's most remote archipelago, and is a popular historic, fishing, and cultural destination.
Named for the Coast Salish word meaning “looking toward the sea,” Tsawwassen is home to BC Ferries’ flagship terminal.
Horseshoe Bay is the gateway to the West. The waterfront features a marina, shops, restaurants, pubs and a restful park at the water's edge.
North Vancouver boasts some of the best views of Vancouver, plus year-round recreation options and a thriving waterfront with great shopping and dining.
This enchanting alpine village boasts world class skiing and snowboarding as well as shopping, hiking and mountain biking.
Powell River is blessed with some of the most breathtaking natural scenery in the world. The low rainfall and moderate climate make this a year-round outdoor adventure destination.
A historic fishing village, Lund offers salmon sport fishing right off the breakwater. Other attractions include a boardwalk with craft shops and restaurants, and nearby watersports destinations.
Located in the Sunshine Coast region, Madiera Park is the main shopping and commerce area for the Pender Harbour region.
Being the urban centre of the Comox Valley, Courtenay is filled with charming art galleries, theatres, and boutiques, along with some of the most beautiful farming landscape on Vancouver Island.
The scenery and views make Parksville a great destination for romantic weekends and family vacations. Wander through local arts and crafts galleries or on the long, sandy beaches.
Nanaimo is Vancouver Island's second largest city, and an excellent destination for conventions, sporting events, and romantic weekends.
Known as the salmon capital of the world, Campbell River is an idyllic setting. The options for outdoor activities are endless.
Located between Vancouver Island and the B.C. mainland, Quadra is well known for its wilderness scenery and excellent sportfishing.
Mt. Washington is the premiere alpine destination on Vancouver Island, boasting a spectacular coastal mountain setting and world-class skiing and snowboarding.
Splendor meets the sea in this jewel of Clayoquot Sound. Encircled by old-growth forest and white sand, Tofino offers world-famous surfing, exhilarating storm watching and BC’s freshest fish straight from the dock.
The Saanich Peninsula region is dotted with rolling rural landscapes, communities, parks, forest, lakes, and shoreline.
A popular destination for moorage at the marina, Sidney is a small seaside community with plenty of activities, attractions, and scenery.
Pender Island is a popular retreat with its plentiful coves and beaches.
Mayne Island is a destination for those seeking natural beauty with its picturesque seascapes and lush West Coast forest.
Saturna Island boasts a moderate climate and quality accommodations, making it a popular year-round destination for special retreats and quiet getaways.
Famous for its handmade arts and crafts, Salt Spring Island also offers an outdoor adventure retreat with beautiful scenery.
Tucked in amongst the calm waters of the Gulf Islands, Galiano Island is a premiere destination for both relaxing and active vacations.
Known for its internationally acclaimed murals, Chemainus is a vibrant coastal community tucked between the mountains and ocean of southern Vancouver Island.
The South Cariboo offers luxury and history: a place to indulge the senses with both the vast wilderness areas and world class resorts, dining, and shopping in 100 Mile House.
Alert Bay offers a rich history of First Nations art and culture, where visitors can spend a few relaxing days fishing, exploring, and watching whales in the nature of northern Vancouver Island.
Visitors to Barkerville can trace the steps and feel the excitement of the gold rush. This unique arts community is the perfect place for an unforgettable visit full of adventure and history.
Home to the Heiltsuk Native Band, Bella Bella is a vibrant community of 1,400 nestled among the majestic crags of the Central Coast.
This undisturbed land is graced with waterfalls, wildlife, giant cedars and mountains. Bella Coola is a outdoor lovers' paradise, with world class fishing, hiking, and biking.
Bowen Island, located a short ferry ride from Horseshoe Bay, offers a rich tapestry of artist studios, restaurants, pubs, and beautiful cottages.
Outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike are drawn to the pristine bay and warm community of Brentwood Bay.
Beautiful lakes and mountains surround Burns Lake, an outdoor lovers' mecca, with world-class fishing, hiking, golfing, skiing, and mountain biking. There is something here for everyone.
Explore the wharf at the heart of Comox, where visitors can soak in the natural beauty, activities, and world class seafood of this busy fishing town.
Dotted with heritage buildings, gift and craft shops and antique stores, the village of Coombs is a popular destination and a gateway to the west coast of Vancouver Island.
Located at the entrance to Desolation Sound, Cortes Island is a tranquil and charming destination with its beautiful lakes, beaches, and mountainous terrain.
Cowichan Bay is a pristine fishing village, at the head of a beautiful deep-sea harbour. The marina is the focal point of the town where shops, galleries, and restaurants are perched over the water's edge.
Crofton is a town with a rich cultural history, teeming with heritage buildings and restaurants, and featuring numerous recreational options, both on land and sea.
Known as the "City of Totems," Duncan is dotted with nearly 80 totem poles and is the Cowichan Valley's largest community.
Just offshore from Nanaimo, Gabriola Island is a jewel of the Gulf Islands. Known for its lovely forested parks and serene beaches, visitors can feast their eyes on the natural beauty and attractions.
Gibsons is located at the heart of the beautiful Sunshine Coast. Founded more than a century ago, the waterfront town is dotted with charming shops and restaurants.
Gold River is a charming village which borders beautiful Strathcona Provincial Park. With all the amenities of home, it's a popular destination for sports fishing and hiking.
Kitimat is one of B.C.'s biggest export towns, and offers outstanding recreational opportunities from fishing and hiking, to whale watching to natural hot springs.
Once a bustling coastal fishing and trading center, Klemtu is a close-knit community surrounded by breathtaking scenery and rich culture of the Kitasoo/Xaixais people.
One of the oldest settlements on Vancouver Island, Ladysmith is a picturesque town, overlooking glistening waters of the harbour. Heritage buildings in the city's downtown evoke memories of a frontier past.
Lillooet is a virtually undiscovered paradise, offering something for everyone. The surrounding mountains and lakes create a setting for thrill-seekers and sight-seers alike.
Masset lies on the nothern end of Graham Island in Haida Gwaii, and is known for its hiking trails and birdwatching and its world-renowned Haida artists.
Mill Bay is an ideal spot to bask in the sun, swim in the warm waters, and hike, cycle or boat.
Just north of Whistler, Pemberton is a year-round playground for outdoor activities of all kinds. The region is breathtaking, studded with alpine valleys, glacier-fed lakes and rivers.
A photographer's mecca, Pender Harbour features stunning backdrops of ocean vistas, forests, and mountains. The region is especially popular for underwater exploration and photography.
Incredible sports fishing can be found in Port Alberni, a popular gateway to the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.
Built in 1917 around a pulp mill, then later relocated several kilometers away, Port Alice offers a wide range of recreational and outdoor activities.
A historic village located at the mouth of the Yakoun River, Port Clements features a charming boardwalk, ample hiking and outdoor activities, and the famous Golden Spruce.
Drive, fly, boat, or bus to Port McNeill to experience a wealth of outdoor activities including fresh and saltwater fishing, wildlife watching, cultural tours, and much more.
Prince George, known as B.C.'s northern capital, boasts a myriad of year-round cultural and outdoor activities.
A beachcomber's dream, Qualicum Beach is a charming community filled with beachside promenades, shops, and long, sandy beaches.
A quiet settlement framed by ocean and mountains, Queen Charlotte City is a nature-lovers paradise with numerous hiking and nature walk options.
Quesnel offers great scenery, numerous restaurants and pubs, and a vibrant community feel.
Shearwater is a full-service marina and fishing resort with charters, lodging, and a small store and post office: all the necessary requirements for a perfect sportfishing getaway.
Skidegate is a small village, filled with rich Haida culture and art.
Smithers is a popular destination for skiing, snowmobiling, and world-class fishing. This charming mountain town offers unique shops, great restaurants, and quality accommodations.
The community of Sointula has a fascinating Finnish history, and today is a commercial fishing center. The waterfront is lined with remnants of the past including wooden saunas and boatsheds.
Sooke is known for its vibrant community spirit and world-class outdoor adventure experiences. Explore the beautiful parks and beaches, or get active with golfing, cycling, fishing, and hiking.
Once a rough logging town, Squamish has seen a renaissance of gourmet restaurants, galleries, and shops, making it one of Canada's top recreational destinations.
World renowned for its easy access to glaciers, Stewart is a destination for outdoor enthusiasts, offering great hiking and exploration.
Located in B.C.'s interior, Sun Peaks is a favorite of skiers and boarders from around the world. The great snow and mountain facilities are perfectly matched to the quality amenities.
Swartz Bay is the second busiest ferry terminal in British Columbia after Tsawwassen on the Mainland.
Some of the world’s best diving awaits visitors to Tahsis, an inlet town that also offers sport fishing and remote surfing. Under the canopy of BC’s lush rainforest, Tahsis is relaxed living at its best.
A serene inlet on northern Vancouver Island, Telegraph Cove is a mecca for fishing and kayaking enthusiasts. This cove town’s most breathtaking draw is in the orca whale pods that call Telegraph Cove home.
Home to BC’s famously elusive Kermode “Spirit” bear, Terrace is nestled amid majestic peaks and rushing rivers. With a unique cultural heritage, Terrace is a spectacular stop on the Yellowhead Highway.
Embraced by both the sea and Pacific Rim National Park, Ucluelet is a tiny town drawing tourists to the best of BC’s surfing, kayaking, hiking, storm watching and beachcombing on sandy stretches.
Once gripped by gold rush fever, the historical interior town of Williams Lake is still renowned for its abundance. In this “Land of 8,000 Lakes”, visitors can fish, hike or channel the past with a horseback ride.
Located just off the east coast of Vancouver Island, Denman Island is a small and charming island with parks, forested trails, and magnificent sandstone formations along its rocky shorelines. This island’s abundant marine and terrestrial wildlife make it a haven for nature enthusiasts
Hornby Island is situated between the British Columbia mainland and Vancouver Island, approximately 80 miles north-west of Vancouver. Hornby is most famous for its magnificent sandy warm-water swimming beaches, and for the dramatic wildflower and oak bluffs of Helliwell Park. Campsites, hiking and biking trails, and a variety of water sports are available as well. The island is renowned for an abundance of artists and crafters.