Howe Sound (Rocky Mountaineer photo)
Sightseeing tours in British Columbia combine natural landscapes with diverse attractions and outdoor activities.
Take a guided sightseeing tour for a comprehensive experience with opportunities to relax, meet other travelers, and gain local insight. Choose from a wide range of tours and travel by floatplane, helicopter, bus, train, horse-drawn carriage or foot.
There are also endless opportunities for self-guided sightseeing tours – leisurely explore lively neighbourhoods with storied pasts, restaurants and shops; travel well-marked driving routes; or follow maps and brochures on community heritage walking tours.
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293 City Centre
Kitimat, British Columbia
Explore town history, multiculturalism, turn-of-the-century settlement, the 1950s Alcan Project aluminum smelter construction and Haisla arts and technology. Additional displays feature the geology, flora and fauna of the Kitimat Valley and some sea life of Douglas Channel. The temporary gallery offers changing exhibitions of arts, culture and history. We also offer summer programs for children. Visit the Museum gift shop for aluminum giftware, First Nations designs, jewelry, books and clothing. While in Kitimat, enjoy the Museum's four self-guided walkway circle routes and interpretive signs.
Miniature Train In Stanley Park
Vancouver, British Columbia
Enjoy the warmth of our Aboriginal Summer Village in Stanley Park this summer. Klahowya Village is a family-friendly Aboriginal cultural experience that features daily Aboriginal cultural performances, artisans & demonstrations. After a successful fourth season in 2013, the Village now features more than 20 interactive & visual displays linked to a Klahowya Village 'passport' that includes a download code for the audio story of the 'Journey of the Salmon' on iTunes, a season pass to ride the miniature train, admission to a craft workshop, colouring pages, & an area to collect stamps from interactive display stations.
This season's story, 'Journey of the Salmon', focuses on the significance of the salmon from an Aboriginal culture point of view as we celebrate the four-year cycle of the returning salmon.
Knight Inlet Lodge is Canada's premier grizzly bear viewing destination. We have been featured in productions by the BBC Natural History Unit (2008), National Geographic, Time Magazine, Disney & many others around the world as the best place to view grizzly bears in their natural habitat. Situated in the lush Great Bear Rainforest, Knight Inlet Lodge caters to the wildlife enthusiast wishing unparallelled viewing opportunities for grizzly bears, whales, birds & many other species of animals. 2012 & 2013 Travellers Choice award winner.
117 Finlayson St
Sicamous, British Columbia
Enjoy a boat tour of beautiful Shuswap Lake and a beachside lunch at Narrows Village, our off-the-grid resort. Pick-up is available in Sicamous, Anglemont, St. Ives, and Totem. Lunch includes a campfire hot dog roast with all the fixings, fresh soup or salads, iced tea or hot chocolate, and toasted marshmallows with an optional dip in Bailey's for dessert.
This is a Bring-Your-Own Bottle activity with ice-filled coolers available for your use. Boarding is at 12 noon with a return by 3:30 pm. Enjoy an afternoon of leisurely sightseeing from the boat, a walk around Narrows Village where you'll enjoy a tour of this unique resort, lunch and perhaps a swim in the warm water or just relax under an umbrella.
Burns Lake, British Columbia
Remote back-country cabins with trophy Rainbow trout in Tweedsmuir Park and Coast Mountains. Float plane access only! Two cabins available: Tesla Lake and Coles Lake. Our cabins are equipped with hot showers, flush toilets, full kitchens, boats and outboard motors. River and lake fishing with many hiking trails. Fly in from Burns Lake. Accommodations can be arranged at both locations. Very private - only cabin on the lake and we only book one group at a time. Fly-out fishing, high alpine hiking, wildlife viewing, daily sightseeing tours and daily fly-out fishing also available through Lakes District Air.
236-15 Park Place
Osoyoos, British Columbia
Visit some of the top wineries on one of our daily scheduled tours such as La Stella Winery, Road 13 Vineyards, Hester Creek Estate Winery, Stoneboat Vineyards, Church & State Winery, Burrowing Owl Estate, See Ya Later Ranch, Jackson-Triggs, Inniskillin Okanagan & Nk'Mip Wine Cellars.
Or, create your own custom tour and choose from over 100 wineries from all the different wine regions in the Okanagan like Kelowna, Lake Country, West Kelowna, Peachland, Summerland, Naramata, OK Falls, Oliver, Osoyoos and Similkameen.
2493 Gammon Rd
Naramata, British Columbia
In 1989, the 'Farm-gate Winery' license was created. This allowed small growers to start their own operations. Lang Vineyards was the first to receive such a license & opened in Spring 1990. The small but superbly equiped winery has since grown well beyond the farm winery concept.
The winery has enjoyed success with Riesling, ice-wines & a dessert wine called "The Original Canadian Maple Wine". The only hybrid varietal remaining is the Marechal Foch, which is also one of Lang's most popular wines.
Come enjoy the view & taste our award-winning wines!
As a member of the BC Wine Institute, we are held to a high standard. The BC VQA is your assurance that the wine you're purchasing is 100% from BC & has met rigorous quality regulations.
9135 King St
Langley, British Columbia
One of the oldest community museums in the province of British Columbia, its collection of artifacts began in 1928. Its doors have been open to the public since 1958 & its permanent displays range from a presentation of First Nation artifacts to stories of early Langley pioneers & merchants. It's rotating temporary exhibitions include contemporary & historic artwork to local history themes.
The Museum's giftshop features many unique items like glass, jewellery, clothing & artworks by local & provincial artisans intermingled with books about local & regional history. The Museum offers a wide range of public & school programs.
Langley is amazing! Come visit & spend the day, or two or three days, touring the gorgeous wineries this city has to offer. Each winery has a different offering. Some offer just a tasting. Some offer a tasting & a tour. Some include crackers.
Pick up a copy of the Langley Passport at any of the participating wineries or participating hotels (or download a copy from our website). Then visit all 7 wineries so you can enter to win an amazing prize package.
Participating wineries include Backyard Vineyards, Chaberton Estate Winery, Vista d'oro Farms & Winery, The Fort Wine Co., Township 7, Krause Berry Farms & Estate Winery & Blackwood Lane Vineyards & Winery.
1251 Cardero St
Vancouver, British Columbia
Experience the nature around Vancouver on a guided kayak excursion and beach BBQ in Indian Arm Provincial Park. This fjord-like glacial inlet with magnificent scenery is only a short drive away from downtown. Discover seals, sea stars, blue herons and a myriad of other shore birds. Qualified guides accompany you at all times, ensure your comfort and explain the nature around you.
Highlight of the trip is a salmon BBQ picnic served on a small, uninhabited island with breathtaking views. Pick-up from your residence in Vancouver is included.
We also offer a number of different day trips including Whale Watching to Victoria with Butchart Gardens, Grouse Mountain & Capilano Suspension Bridge, Whistler & more.