How can you not fall for the enchantment of this urban park? You can discover beaches, meet wildlife, explore historic sites and even visit the Vancouver Aquarium, home to over 70,000 beautiful creatures. Located within the city of Vancouver, the park is easily accessible. Discover Stanley Park
Surfing in Tofino
Tofino is a small town located on Vancouver Island. It attracts surfing enthusiasts and for good reason: Tofino has already been named the "Best Surf City in North America". Surfing is year-round and many specialized companies offer courses and equipment rentals. The most famous beaches are Chesterman Beach, Cox Bay Beach, and Long Beach. Discover Tofino
Best known for its Whistler Blackcomb ski resort, Whistler also offers activities for all tastes during the summer and fall seasons. Hiking and mountain biking enthusiasts will be served. If you're not afraid of heights, try the PEAK 2 PEAK gondola equipped with a glass floor! And for relaxation, there is the Scandinave Spa. More information
Located below the Granville Bridge, this Vancouver neighbourhood is on False Creek Island. With its theatres, art galleries and craft shops, Granville is one of the city's most important cultural districts. The public market offers fresh, local produce. It's even accessible by mini boat! Discover Granville
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
This park of more than 500km2 is divided into three parts. The Long Beach area runs along the northwestern shore of Vancouver Island and has sandy beaches. The Broken Group Archipelago consists of over 100 islets forming an amazing labyrinth of canals, making it a perfect destination for kayakers. Finally, the West Coast Trail is 76 kilometres long and offers several hiking trails. Plan your visit
The Okanagan Valley
Far from the urban rhythm is a little corner of paradise: the Okanagan Valley. Stretching about 200 kilometres across the southern part of the province, the region is best known for its many vineyards. Here you can taste renowned wines and learn more about the region's history and grape varieties through guided tours. The Hot Sand beach at Lake Okanangan offers the opportunity to relax in clear waters.
The Great Bear Rainforest
Considered to be the largest intact temperate rainforest on the planet, the Great Bear Rainforest stretches nearly 400 km along the central and north Pacific coast. Its 32,000 km2 provide ample opportunity to discover the flora and fauna and perhaps even to observe the Kermode bear (or "spirit bear"), a unique subspecies of the white-coated black bear. Accessible only by boat, you will discover islands and islets surrounded by mountains.
The highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, at 3,954 metres, awaits you. Located in Mount Robson Provincial Park, there are trails for all levels of hikers. The most popular trail goes through the Valley of a Thousand Falls to the turquoise lake at the base of Mount Robinson and is 25 kilometres long. Learn more
This world-renowned garden allows you to explore 22 hectares of floral arrangements. You can also enjoy fine meals made with local ingredients and provincial wines. Located on Vancouver Island, Butchart Gardens is easily accessible and open year-round. Explore the gardens
Harrison Hot Springs
Looking for relaxation? The town of Harrison Hot Springs offers the opportunity to relax and enjoy a multitude of activities all in one place. Just 90 minutes east of Vancouver, its hot springs are the main attraction. Interestingly, Harrison Lake is home to millions of salmon each year, attracting hungry bald eagles. Discover Harrisson Hot Springs
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