Explore Tofino and the majestic beauty of Clayoquot Sound on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The village of Tofino has a laid-back surfers vibe, with a wide selection of restaurants and lots of wildlife watching and storm watching opportunities. The surrounding area is made up of lush, old-growth forests and expansive white sandy beaches. This incredible area is the perfect starting point for exhilarating activities, like coldwater surf lessons or kayaking, or relaxing getaways.
Travel to the north of Vancouver Island to the active community of Port Hardy—providing lots of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors all year long, or somewhere to simply relax before boarding the ferry to travel to northern British Columbia.
The waterfront fishing village of Cowichan Bay sits at the head of a beautiful and natural harbour, which is the main focal point of the town, where shops, cafés, galleries and homes float on the water. Dine out on some of the best seafood in the area, relax in waterfront cafés, or take part in a variety of water activities.
Drive to Port Alberni for a variety of activities and attractions. Close to Barkley Sound, Clayoquot Sound and the Pacific Rim National Park, Port Alberni is the perfect base for exploring the west coast of Vancouver Island.
Just 25 minutes from Tsawwassen terminal, and only 20 minutes south of downtown Vancouver, and home to Vancouver International Airport, Richmond provides an ideal place to relax that’s still close to all the attractions of Vancouver.
Low rainfall and a year-round moderate climate provides great conditions for year-round outdoor pursuits in Powell River, the perfect location for any getaway.
Explore BC’s largest marine park, Desolation Sound, along the Sunshine Coast, and delve into the many inlets, islets, coves and bays. Enjoy exploring the 8,449 hectares of steep forested hills, saltwater lagoons, sheltered bays, secluded beaches and crystal-clear lakes.
Take a scenic adventure along Highway 16 from Prince Rupert to visit Price George, known as the Northern Capital of BC. With over 100 city parks and almost 100 km of trails, there’s lots of fun to have in the great outdoors.
Visit the Outdoor Recreational Capital of Canada offering a variety of activities for both exhilarating adventure seekers and gentle explorers. Located between Whistler and Vancouver, the vibrant community of Squamish is well known for world-class rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking and windsurfing.
Located where the South Thompson River joins Little Shuswap Lake, Chase is a small, quiet village, perfect for relaxing along the Lake, or enjoying a huge variety of water sports.
Nestled in the Kootenay Rockies, Revelstoke is a picturesque mountainside community boasting spectacular views and endless outdoor adventure. Discover world-class skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, kayaking and a vibrant local arts community in this year-round destination.
Drive 30 minutes north from Nanaimo to visit Parksville, offering long sandy beaches, lots of water sports, and plenty of arts and crafts to suit all tastes. Known as Canada's Riviera, Parksville is the perfect destination for romantic getaways and family fun.
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