Discover Super, Natural British Columbia

One of the most beautiful provinces in all of Canada, British Columbia can be divided into six distinct regions with all of them offering unique beauty and experiences.

Vancouver, Coast & Mountains: known for its stunning scenery and diverse cultures, this region of B.C. offers world-class recreation opportunities including hiking, biking, golf, cycling, and kayaking; combined with fresh west coast cuisine, shopping, and attractions like Capilano Suspension Bridge, and Whistler Blackcomb

Vancouver Island: home to the Provincial capital city of Victoria, you’ll find a plethora of whale watching, wildlife viewing, kayaking, and surfing along these pristine coastlines; Vancouver Island provides the mildest climate in all of Canada

Thompson Okanagan: the perfect destination for avid golfers, cyclers, skiers, house boat enthusiasts, and wine lovers, this region features beautiful Lake Okanagan which sparked the legend of the Ogopogo; the Thompson Okanagan is the hottest region in the province

Northern British Columbia: untouched natural beauty with over sixty parks featuring one of a kind eco-systems and cultural experiences; enjoy fishing, hiking, learn about First Nations art, soak in the hot springs, or experience whale and grizzly bear viewing opportunities

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast: extending from the fjords, to the mountains, and the plains in between, here you can explore the Gold Rush Trail, experience heli-skiing for the first time, or gaze at the sheer natural beauty of the pristine lakes

Kootenay Rockies: rivers, lakes, forest, national parks, and five mountain ranges offer an array of choices for nature and year-round recreation lovers; uncrowded and inviting, visitors come to enjoy the laid-back lifestyle eco-conscious environment

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Mission Hill Vineyard by CottonCandy
Spirit of Vancouver Island en route to Swartz Bay by  SteveVoght
Main Street in Nelson by RegNatarajan

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