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Don’t challenge British Columbia to a nature contest. We have an unfair advantage: this is where the Pacific Ocean is met by bustling city and towering forest; where soaring snow-capped mountains give way to picturesque valleys, and where lively urban life blends in beautifully with the nature that surrounds it.Learn more about British Columbia
Looking for the latest COVID-19 information and travel related restrictions? Click here to learn more. Nature abounds in Vancouver, where the Seawall skirts beaches and towering trees, then continues past gleaming skyscrapers and hip neighbourhoods surrounding the bustling downtown core. Ski, sail, bike or golf, then sample the culinary landscape at eclectic food trucks and easygoing-yet-sophisticated restaurants. From ramen to locally sourced seafood, menus are diverse and complemented by burgeoning craft distilleries and microbreweries. Sip and savour on the waterfront, beneath cherry blossoms or atop a mountain…all in a day in Vancouver.
Looking for the latest COVID-19 information and travel related restrictions? Click here to learn more. On the shores of the Pacific Ocean, at the southern tip of Vancouver Island, you’ll find British Columbia’s capital city brimming with West Coast history. Grand yet intimate, Victoria is home to the ancient Indigenous culture of the Coast Salish People, North America’s second-oldest Chinatown and the famed Inner Harbour. Go whale watching, tour the stately architecture, stroll through the walkable downtown and experience traditional high tea and funky fish-and-chips shacks. Victoria’s vibrancy and natural beauty, captured long ago in Emily Carr’s paintings, continues to charm and inspire adventure.