Experience Family Holidays in Beautiful British Columbia Canada
Why not plan and experience some amazing Unforgettable Holidays In British Columbia this season! Are you actually thinking of a vacation to Canada? If so, then why not consider spending some time in British Columbia. You and your family will certainly be glad you did!
They don’t call it “Beautiful British Columbia” for nothing!
There is so much to see and do in this amazing Province at any time of the year. Have a closer look at what to expect when vacationing here. Check out this fantastic 3 minute high definition Travel video created by Tourism BC. Be sure to turn your speakers on!
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BC is the most western Province in Canada and as far as I am concerned, the best Province! I guess it is just natural for everyone to say that about the place they reside in, that it is the best!
I have lived in British Columbia for most of my life with the exception of just a couple of years working in the neighboring province of Alberta, when I was young. Although Alberta has natural beauty of its own, I simply could not trade the cold winters with the mild year-round climate of the west coast. I also terribly missed the sites and smell of the Pacific Ocean. So I raced back to BC as quick as I could and here I remain with my family today.
There Really is Something for Everyone in British Columbia
Bordering the Rocky Mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west, British Columbia has something to satisfy most everyone!From lovely west coast cities such as Vancouver and Victoria, to majestic mountains, rivers and lakes, it is all here.
If you are thinking of heading north in your Recreational Vehicle to Alaska, taking a summer cruise, or flying or driving here, be sure to take some time and see what British Columbia has to offer. The Province is vast and filled with diversity. Our cities, parks, beaches and forests offer some of the most spectacular scenery you will ever experience.
Stroll through northern towns along pristine lakes, enjoy ferry travel like never before or shop till you drop in the big cities or small towns. Whatever you fancy, you are sure to enjoy your vacation in this Province.
An Experience Like No Other in BC
Fish Boats on British Columbia’s West Coast
BC has over 357,000 square miles to discover, with a population of just under 5 million. So if you need room to explore, then British Columbia is just what you’re looking for. There is lots of elbow room here, with National and Provincial Parks spread out over six distinct regions.
A true holiday destination!
The regions of BC are unique and special in their own way. From the west coast islands to the Kootenay Rockies, choose what suits you best or just take the time and see them all.
Visit Beautiful Victoria BC
Here is a list of handy Tourism website links of the regions of British Columbia for your convenience …
- Vancouver Island … includes the Gulf Islands and the Capital City of Victoria.
- South Coast and Mountains … including the City of Vancouver.
- Cariboo Chilcotin … majestic valleys and ranches and small towns to discover.
- Northern British Columbia … vast wilderness and lakes including the City of Prince George.
- Thompson Okanagan … beautiful lakes, orchards, towns and cities to explore.
- Kootenay Country … mountains, lakes, rivers … year round activity playground with quaint towns to visit.
British Columbia is a year round vacation destination, offering something special for each and everyone! For more detailed information on this Province, be sure to visit …
From summer time touring to skiing and other various winter endeavors, you and your family are sure to enjoy British Columbia, Canada.
Have you visited BC? If so, what part of the Province did you like best?
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Did You Know …
“Vancouver Island British Columbia is the largest island on the Pacific Coast of North America.”