Discover Canada - About British Columbia

Known as the "Pacific Gateway", British Columbia is located on the West Coast of Canada.

Its coastline, mountain ranges, variety of landscapes let you enjoy many outdoor activities, wildlife in their natural habitat; Try surfing in Tofino, whale watching at Telegraph Cove, bear spotting at Bella Coola Village, skiing at Whistler Blackcomb that hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics; continue to travel into the Okanagan region with its world-class wineries and various fruits you can pick; Cross valley arrive North part of BC, the Cariboo and Chilcotin regions offer campgrounds, hiking, horseback riding and ranch vacations experience. Step into BC, creating personal journeys and unbridled adventures.

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Additional Info:

  • Explore and Discover Vancouver with Culinary Food Tour & Discovery Tours
  • Be swiped off your feets with Romantic streets of Victoria
  • Wine Tasting Tour of the Okanagan:
  • Enjoy the natural beauties of the many National Parks of Canada in BC
  • Be dazzled by the Symphony of Colours of Lower Kootenay in Autmn
  • Embrace the Inside Passage with BC Ferries’ Discovery Coast Passage route

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Due to the geographical characteristics of British Columbia, climate in British Columbia can vary depends on where you are. But a good rule of thumb to remember is that temperatures are warmer in the south, and temperatures can drop drastically as you heads into the mountains.

So it is typically a good idea to pack a wind breaker or a few pieces of clothing to keep you warm if your trip takes you into the mountains.

The Average Temperature in British Columbia:

DEC – FEB: 3°C ~ 7°C | MAR – MAY 6°C ~ 13°C | JUN – AUG 13°C ~ 21°C | SEP – NOV 8°C ~ 14°C |

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Discover British Columbia

Year Round Packages
  • Bages

Canada Rockies Dream

Seasonal, Self-Drive, Summer

Drive from Vancouver to the Canadian Rockies on this incredible 6 day journey! Along the way, discover why Kelowna and the Okanagan Region is dubbed the "Napa Valley of Canada". Dive into the history of "The Last Spike" at Revelstoke;…

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    Kootenay Rockies & Hot Springs

    Seasonal, Self-Drive, Summer, Winter

    Into southern British Columbia, experience alpine scenery and outdoor adventure in Kootenay Region. Away from the city life, this route will take you to visit orchards, farmlands, natural hot springs, some European-Germany-style villages, the most dramatic golf courses, ranchlands, the…

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    • Bages

    The Romantic Road ~ BC Coastal Triangle

    Self-Drive, Year Round

    Be ready to fall in love all over again in this 7 days coastal triangle experience that will take you through three of the liveliest cities in British Columbia. Vancouver is British Columbia’s largest metropolitan city. With the Georgia Straight…

    Fall / Winter Season Packages

    Explore the difference faces of British Columbia