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Vancouver Island is a paradise of tranquil islands, pristine coastlines and emerald forests.
BC’s interior Thompson Okanagan region is a four-season destination of stunning beauty, rich in both culture and history, and boundless outdoor adventure.
Pristine natural beauty, rich history, fascinating Aboriginal culture, genuine people; Northern British Columbia has it all.
The Cariboo Chilcotin Coast is all about outdoor adventure, unique communities and interesting characters.
The Kootenay Rockies region is a spectacular mountain-oriented destination situated in the southeast corner of British Columbia.
Vancouver is the perfect dichotomy, as cosmopolitan as it is natural.
Richmond is more than just the home of Vancouver International Airport (YVR); here, unique experiences go far beyond arrivals and departures.
North of Vancouver along the scenic Sea-to-Sky Highway, Whistler blends the charm of an alpine village with the amenities of the most sophisticated urban centre.
As the province’s capital, Victoria’s vibrant urban centre blends seamlessly with neighbouring, quaint communities and rolling landscapes.
Backdropped by mountains, Kelowna is a sanctuary of pristine lakes, pine forests, abundant gardens, orchards and vineyards, sandy beaches and superb amenities.
Set at the confluence of the North and South Thompson rivers, Kamloops is ideally situated in the heart of British Columbia.
With the highest diversity of distinct First Nations in Canada, British Columbia is rich in Aboriginal culture.
Whether you want to sip a cappuccino in a luxury hotel or press your own coffee beside a mountain lake, BC has accommodations for every wish and budget.
Sophisticated galleries and museums are just the start of your cultural experience in BC.
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When it comes to finding offbeat and quirky fun in Canada’s westernmost province, you need only to pack a sense of adventure.
British Columbians are known for working hard and playing even harder, and our natural playground offers an abundance of opportunity to do just that.
Canada’s vast wilderness is only a short drive from anywhere you find yourself in BC.
With ski runs that descend from the alpine, cat- and heli-ski operations galore, and endless outdoor play, we make winter count in BC.
From beaches to bungee jumping and everywhere in between, you never know where you’ll find yourself in BC.
The Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region is truly a land without limits. This little-known region in BC is all about outdoor adventure, unique communities and interesting characters.
Stretching across central British Columbia, beginning one hour north of Whistler, the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast extends from the wild fjords of the Central Pacific Coast to the gold-laden Cariboo Mountains, with infinite forests, pristine lakes, craggy peaks and the golden, grassy plains of the Chilcotin Plateau set in between.
Remote but luxurious guest ranches remain a favourite way for visitors to experience this unique land; following a day's exploration by horseback, adventurers retreat to a beautiful spa to rest saddle-weary muscles.
From world-class heli-skiing and fishing to wildlife viewing and the historic Gold Rush Trail, the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region delivers mountains of adventure.
Regional Media Relations Representative
Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association
#204-350 Barnard St.
Williams Lake, BC V2G 4T9
Phone: 250-392-2226 ext 206
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