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British Columbia

British Columbia is simply spectacular. Also referred to just as “BC”, Canada’s westernmost province is known for its natural splendour and wide open spaces. At the same time, it’s famous for its friendly, cosmopolitan cities, good restaurants, incredible natural beauty and magnificent wildlife.

Nature at its most stunning

While in British Columbia, you can marvel at the Canadian Rocky Mountains, with majestic peaks, pine-clad slopes, dramatic glaciers and waterfalls, and intensely emerald glacial lakes. Amidst the magnificent mountain scenery, you can walk, bike, ski, snowboard or soak in hot springs.

The equally magnificent Coast Mountains feature dense temperate rainforest and snow-covered peaks, along with some of the world’s largest ice fields. Amid these mountains, you’ll find the resort town of Whistler, popular all year round for its many sports and leisure activities. The rainforest is home to grizzly bears, black bears and wild eagles, as well as cougars and wolves.

British Columbia also includes over 27,000 kilometres of rugged Pacific coastline and upwards of six thousand uninhabited islands. Between the islands and the mainland, the Inside Passage – that runs along the coast of British Columbia and then up to Alaska – teems with marine life. You can enjoy beach walks, learn how to surf and, depending on the season, watch grey whales, humpbacks, minke and killer whales up close as they stop to feed en route to Alaska. The waters that surround British Columbia are also home to many pods of orcas all year round.

British Columbia is a major wine-growing destination with over 200 wineries. Visit the Okanagan for its rolling vineyards, shinning lakes and excellent award-winning wine. Okanagan is the largest and oldest wine growing region in BC, but Vancouver Island and Similkameen Valley are also popular wine growing regions not to miss.

Cosmopolitan BC

The capital of British Columbia is the charming city of Victoria, on Vancouver Island. Victoria was established by the British in 1843 and still includes several examples of grand 19th Century British architecture. It also includes an attractive harbour and a wide range of restaurants, shops, theatres and galleries. Thanks to its temperate climate and colourful flowers, Victoria is often referred to as the “City of Gardens”.

About 100 kilometres from Vancouver Island is Vancouver, British Columbia’s largest city. Vancouver is consistently voted one of the best places in the world to live, and it’s not hard to see why. This thriving, cosmopolitan city, known for its excellent restaurants, museums and galleries, and ethnically diverse population, is sandwiched between the Strait of Georgia and the visually stunning North Shore Mountains. Unlike most of Canada, it enjoys a temperate climate with warm summers and a mild winter.

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Top experiences in BC not to miss

If you’re lucky enough to visit British Columbia, these are among the experiences you should aim not to miss:

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    In Vancouver, take the Skyride to the peak of Grouse Mountain, 1,242 metres above sea level, for outstanding views.

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    For magnificent Rocky Mountain scenery, visit the Yoho and Kootenay national parks in the south east.

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    Stay at an eco-friendly wilderness lodge and go bear watching; British Columbia is home to over 15,000 grizzly bears, as well as a large population of black bears and the rare Kermode or spirit bear which is white due to a recessive gene.

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    Visit the colourful Butchart Gardens, spanning a full 50 acres on Vancouver Island.

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    Take a ferry from Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay, for stunning scenery where you can observe dolphins and whales.

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    En route to Tofino, stop at Cathedral Grove to marvel at the ancient Douglas fir trees

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    Try the world-class skiing at Whistler Blackcomb or one of our other 12 world class ski resorts.