The Stanley Park Totem Poles at Brockton Point are one of BC’s most visited tourist attractions.
Escape to Granville Island for a quintessential Vancouver experience.
Featuring miles of twisting trails beneath old-growth trees, Canada’ largest aquarium, and even an outdoor summer theatre, Stanley Park offers something for everyone!
Renowned for it’s generations of rich heritage, and still popular today for its vibrant nightlife, market and historic landmarks.
Enjoy a relaxed stroll on the boardwalk around the Inner Harbour of BC’s capital city of Victoria, steps from waterfront attractions, the landmark Parliament Buildings, Empress Hotel, and the eclectic shops of Government Street.
As one of the largest ferry operators in the world, BC Ferries is an essential part of living and visiting the coastal regions of British Columbia.
Over two million people visit Whistler annually! Visitors from all over the world travel to Whistler for alpine skiing, snowboarding, and mountain biking.
Before the 2010 Winter Olympics where held in Whistler, the town also made Olympic bids in 1968 and 1976.
Brief stop to snap a couple photos taken in the beauty of Squamish village
A towering waterfall hidden behind the old-growth forests lining the Sea to Sky Highway, Shannon Falls boasts a staggering 335 metre drop surrounded by panoramic glacier views.
A legendary highway connecting Vancouver and Whistler, the Sea to Sky Highway offers stunning ocean views, dramatic waterfalls, and lively communities around every curve.
Gastown is the city’s oldest neighbourhood and its historic charm shines through with every step along the cobblestone streets, including “Blood Alley” and the crowd-pleasing Gastown Steam Clock.
In the heart of Vancouver, English Bay is located west of the downtown penisula and False Creek.
Home of our Welcome Centre, the award winning Vancouver Convention Centre is a marvel in sustainable architecture.
Officially known as the First Narrows Bridge, locals and visitors alike know this teasured landmark as the Lion’s Gate Bridge.
Visit the Vancouver Police Museum to go behind the scenes of Vancouver’s local law enforcement, revealing a side of the city that you’ve never seen before. Learn about Vancouver’s incredible history and people through rare artifacts, exhibits, documents and collections in the city’s original Coroner’s Court building.
Visit the unique VanDusen Botanical Garden to experience their seasonal events and stroll through their beautifully themed gardens.
With an ever-changing landscape of roses, flowering trees and fountains, it’s no surprise that the Butchart Gardens is one of the most visited attractions in Victoria.
Harbour Air Seaplanes is the largest all-seaplane company in the world, showcasing a birds eye view of British Columbia in over 35 aircrafts.
Learn about salmon sustainability practices of the hatchery and local area through their observation gallery, where you can see how salmon climb the fish ladders by jumping from one pool to the next.
Explore Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver’s spectacular view and floral displays! At 152 metres above sea level, it’s the highest point in Vancouver and makes for spectacular views of the park, city, and mountains on the North Shore.