With the sun shining brighter, the days getting longer, and summer not too far away, there’s no time like the present to enjoy a little tranquility and relaxation in one of Vancouver’s many beaches or parks.
Whether you have two days or two weeks, BC’s Sunshine Coast is a quick 40-minute scenic ferry sailing from Vancouver, making it an easy, accessible spot for a day trip, weekend getaway, or longer vacation from the hustle bustle.
Tofino is an incredible kid friendly little surfing village on Vancouver Island with an excellent food scene.
The Great Bear Rainforest is one of the most unique and special destinations in British Columbia. Spanning 21 million acres, this is the largest intact coastal temperate rainforests on the planet.
Winter is only a few weeks away, and that means ski season is nearly here. While there are challenges for winter 2020-2021, Vail Resorts unveiled a series of new initiatives to get skiers on the hills safely, with deals for the Epic Pass ending today.
Untouched powder over millions of hectares of backcountry terrain offer skiing nirvana for travellers with a passion for adventure.
Nothing says summer quite like music in the mountains. The Whistler Summer Concert does just that with acts including The Trews, Hey Ocean! and the Vancover Symphony Orchestra playing weekend shows throughout the summer.
Say “Canada” and many people think ice and snow. Despite the unseasonably warm spring-like weather, February’s Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games likely underscored this perception, with millions watching as we turned our white into gold.
The holidays are over but Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. No matter what you got him or her last month, taking your sweetums to one of these five Canadian romance spots will keep you in the good books for a little while longer.