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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39645 Government Rd
Squamish, British Columbia
Home of the Royal Hudson steam locomotive, as well as Western Canada's largest collection of Heritage Railway equipment, the West Coast Railway Heritage Park is located at Squamish. Ride the 3 km Miniature Railway. Climb aboard snowplows, cabooses & locomotives. Learn how Canada's mail was processed on rails in the only authentic restored Railway Post Office car in Canada. Town centre featuring the Brightbill Heritage House & the Squamish station designed in 1915, but not built until 2000. Please call ahead to confirm information for special events.
8069 Nicholas North Blvd
Whistler, British Columbia
See the beauty that British Columbia has to offer from a bird's eye view. Travel between Whistler and Vancouver or Victoria, or take a tour from each of our locations. Downtown City, Coastal Islands, Ancient Glaciers, High Alpine Lakes, we have it all. Let your spirit soar with Whistler Air this summer, it will be the highlight of your trip!
The Whistler Olympic Park offers a variety of seasonal recreational activities such as cross country skiing, biathlon, snowshoeing, tobogganing, horseback riding, trail biking & interpretive tours.
A venue for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games, Whistler Olympic Park is the first Olympic Nordic venue to include all three traditional Nordic sport stadiums in one site: cross-country, ski jumping & biathlon.
The Park is located 16 kilometres southwest of Whistler in the Callaghan Valley.
4910 Glacier Lane
Whistler, British Columbia
Slide like an Olympian! Visit the Whistler Sliding Centre for THUNDER ON ICE as you ride down the track with in a piloted bobsleigh or slide solo in a skeleton and experience LIGHTING ON ICE.
The Whistler Sliding Centre is also open year-round for self-guided tours. Stay tuned for an exciting NEW summer public sliding opportunity!
The Whistler Sliding Centre hosted the bobsleigh, luge and skeleton events during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. As one of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games facilities operated by Whistler Sport Legacies, the Whistler Sliding Centre embodies the WSL mission to 'Grow Sport'.
Experience four of Whistler's best restaurants in one night.
Whistler Tasting Tours lead walk-about dining tours in Whistler, guiding groups to several gourmet restaurants for a delicious multi-course meal paired with fine BC wines.
Taking a break from Whistler's skiing, golf & mountain biking? We are Whistler's best low impact activity with lunch, dinner & dessert tours. Ideal for individuals, couples, small groups, special occasions & corporate team building. Reserve now or visit our website to learn more about our feature restaurants & BC wines.
Wells, British Columbia
The Cariboo Mountains offer spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife & a fascinating gold rush history. Whitegold Adventures combines it all, from multi-day wilderness cross-country ski tours, high alpine hikes, gourmet wilderness canoe adventures on the Bowron Lake chain & gold mine tours. Wells is the gateway to this rich, wild country. Our base, The Bear's Paw Café is more than a café, it's an experience. Our affiliate the Frog On The Bog Gifts is one of the most talked about stores in the Cariboo. From Gold Nuggets, books, art, pottery, clothing, local artists, souvenirs of your visit, ice cream & great coffee. Mountain Thyme Getaway is our accommodation of choice. 1940's styling for the romantic or a reunion.
1806 Mast Tower Rd
Vancouver, British Columbia
Wild Whales Vancouver is the only dedicated whale-watching company departing from Vancouver. The Wild Whales experience allows you to observe Killer Whales & the diverse wildlife of the Pacific Coast in their natural habitat. It is an unforgettable, trip of a lifetime!
Board one of our vessels at Vancouver's historic Granville Island. Keep your cameras ready as you travel into English Bay, where views of Vancouver & the Coast Mountains are unparalleled.
Every trip is different as we explore the Strait of Georgia, the Canadian Gulf Islands & the US San Juan Islands in search of whales. Sightings guaranteed! If you don't see whales, you get a second trip for free!
4196 Glanford Ave
Victoria, British Columbia
We offer charter buses, school buses, deluxe & mini coaches & provide buses for ski trips, sightseeing, conventions, multi-day trips & sports clubs. Sightseeing tours, wine tours offered. To view further information regarding the tours & packages we offer, visit our website.
Williams Lake, British Columbia
The Xat'sull community invites you to visit and experience our spiritual, cultural and traditional way of life. We offer daily tours and cultural workshops where you take part in a variety of educational and recreational activities. We are situated on a sunny plateau overlooking the Fraser River. Meet our friendly, knowledgeable guides who will take you on a memorable journey through the history of the Northern Secwepemc people. Learn to cook a traditional meal, listen to stories around an open fire and fall asleep to the beautiful sound of the Fraser River in the distance.
31187 Douglas St
Yale, British Columbia
Visit our 1870's 'Creighton House' museum where artifacts & collections from Yale's historic past are on display. Tour St. John the Divine Church (1863) & then step back in time to the Living History 'tent city' & learn what life was like in the early days of the 1858 gold rush. Try your hand at gold panning, take a historic walking tour or just relax & absorb the history in our beautiful setting surrounded by mountains and the Fraser River. There are several picnic areas & historic trails within the town. Pioneer Cemetery tours are also available.
Our gift store carries a wide selection of items for all ages.