British Columbia


  • Take the aerial tram to Grouse Mountain with its spectacular views of Vancouver and a closeup experience with grizzly bears and birds of prey. Free shuttle buses leave from Canada Place.

  • Visit Victoria on Vancouver Island and the renowned Butchart Gardens, or take afternoon tea at the iconic Empress Hotel. Travel by coach and ferry, or by floatplane from Vancouver Harbour.

  • The mountain village of Whistler is awe-inspiring, no matter the season. Consider the round trip on the Rocky Mountaineer train, or take the train one way and return to Vancouver by coach. And while there the Peak-to-Peak gondola gets you up close with Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains (Summer only).

  • Take a walk on the Capilano suspension bridge - the world’s longest and highest.

  • Hop-On, Hop-Off sightseeing buses let you tour at your leisure taking in all the attractions of the city, including Stanley Park, Granville Island and its markets, Chinatown, Gastown and much more

  • Robson Street is the downtown Vancouver focal point for fashionable shopping, world class entertainment and its myriad of restaurants and cafes

  • Further east into British Columbia, the Okanagan is a very significant grape growing area and a magnet for wine enthusiasts.