Accommodations, Campgrounds & More
Fernie Alpine Resort, B.C., Canada
Tours, Guides & Outfitters
Fly Fishing, Marble Canyon, B.C., Canada
Attractions & Entertainment
Fort Steele Heritage Village, Cranbrook, B.C., Canada
Parks, Trails & Beaches
Chesterman Beach, Tofino, B.C., Canada
Adventures & Activities
Kayaking Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada
History, Heritage & Museums
Museum of North B.C., Prince Rupert, B.C., Canada
B.C. Travel & Adventure Guide
British Columbia, Canada
British Columbia is located on the west coast of Canada. The province is divided into various regions. The regional travel websites on our BCeh.com website include Vancouver Island, Regional District of Victoria, Gulf Islands, Sunshine Coast, Whistler Mountain, Haida Gwaii, Okanagan Valley, Thompson-Shuswap, Cariboo-Chilcotin, North B.C., the Kootenays and the Vancouver Mainland-Fraser Valley.
The larger and main tourism destinations located in B.C. are City of Victoria, Nanaimo, Courtenay, Pacific Rim, City of Vancouver, Saltspring Island, Gibsons, Whistler, Haida Gwaii, Kelowna, Penticton, Kamloops, Merrit, Williams Lake, Quesnel, Prince Rupert, Prince George, Dawson Creek, Revelstoke, Cranbrook, Golden and Nelson.
The tourism cities, towns and villages listed on our British Columbia Travel & Adventure website provide many of the amenities and services important to travelers including tours, guides, attractions, charters, outfitters, transportation and accommodations including hotels, motels, resorts, inns, cottages, chalets, lodges, vacation homes, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds, hostels and much more. (go to individual communities for contact information)
The province of B.C. is recognized as a top year-round adventure destination in Canada providing top quality activities like golfing, kayaking, canoeing, horseback riding, river rafting, birding, flightseeing, boating, sailing, fishing, scuba diving, hiking, camping, backpacking, wind sports, surfing, wildlife tours, skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling ... plus award winning attractions including wineries, historic sites, museums, spas, hot springs, theatre and ski resorts
Some of the top outdoor sightseeing and attraction destinations in the province include Fort Steele Historic Town (Cranbrook); Radium Hot Springs (Radium); Fairmont Hot Springs (Invermere); the Southern Gulf Islands; the BC Parliament Buildings (Victoria); North Beach (Haida Gwaii); Farwell Canyon (Williams Lake); Barkerville Homestead (Quesnel); North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site (Prince Rupert); Fort St. James National Historic Site (Fort St. James); Alaska Highway (Dawson Creek); Kasan First Nation Village (Hazelton); Kinuseo Falls (Tumbler Ridge) and Shannon Falls (Squamish)
Some of the top activity and adventure destinations in the province include West Coast Trail (Port Renfrew & Bamfield); Pacific Rim National Park (Tofino & Ucluelet); Whistler Mountain (Whistler); Stanley Park (City of Vancouver): Big White Mountain (Kelowna); Kettle Valley Rail Trail (Okanagan Valley); Shuswap Lake (Salmon Arm); Bowron Lakes (Quesnel); Mount Revelstoke Park (Revelstoke); Babine Mtn Park (Smithers); Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park (Nelson); the Stawamus Chief (Squamish); Tweedsmuir Provincial Park (Bella Coola) and the Wells Gray Provincial Park (100 Mile House).