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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Between Barkerville & Wells
Wells, British Columbia
Join us on this uniquely Canadian wilderness experience. The Bowron Lakes is a circuit 110 km long with interconnecting lakes & rivers. Offering a variety of landscapes with breathtaking snow-capped mountains, azure lakes, sandy beaches & marsh lands. Great fishing, unlimited photographic opportunities, & wildlife viewing (black bears, grizzly bears, wolves, moose, hawks, eagles, various other birdlife & otters. All canoe instruction is provided - no experience is required. The Bowron Lakes expedition has much to offer to both the experienced & the inexperienced outdoor enthusiast. Outdoor Magazine rates Bowron as one of the top ten canoe trips in the world. Truly the vacation of a lifetime - we supply all group gear & do all the cooking. Let us spoil you on this classic 8 day Canadian outdoor experience.
6501 Deer Lake Ave
Burnaby, British Columbia
Where history comes to life. Stroll down the streets of our 1920s village exploring the heritage & replica buildings. Period costumed townsfolk give demonstrations in the homes, businesses & shops: watch the blacksmith at forge, listen to the rhythm of the platen press, mind the teacher in the schoolhouse, catch an old movie in the theatre & hear stories about the Love family and their Farmhouse. Be sure to take in the elegance of the Interurban #1223; a mode of transportation ahead of its time. A ride on the 1912 CW Parker Carousel is sure to please both the young and the young at heart. The village grounds include gardens, and grassy meadow and fish-bearing brook.
553 Main St
Lillooet, British Columbia
Built in 1861 to house the 23 Camels Frank Laumeister brought from San Francisco to serve as pack animals on the Cariboo Trail to the gold fields. The project failed, but the barn survived: briefly as a mortician's storehouse, then from 1938 as the Log Cabin Movie Theatre. It closed in 1985 and has been reopened as an historic building, a performance space and a gift shop. It contains the original theatre seating, the projectors and a 24x11 ft. wide screen.
999 Canada Place
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada Place, an inspiring national landmark famous for its five white sails, welcomes you to Canada's Pacific Gateway.
Canada Place Corporation is the coordinating landlord for the organizations at Canada Place including the Pan Pacific Hotel, Cruise Ship Terminal, World Trade Centre, Vancouver Convention Centre East, Vinci Park & the newest addition, FlyOver Canada, which opened in summer 2013.
Canada Place Corporation hosts a number of marquee annual community events including National Aboriginal Day, Canada Day & Christmas at Canada Place.
Whistler, British Columbia
We have a passion for all things adventurous!
Explore Whistler's spectacular Blackcomb Mountain & the beautiful Callaghan Valley by ATV, 4x4 Jeep, snowmobile, snowcat, snowshoe or dog sled. Paddle a canoe down the River of Golden Dreams for a truly Canadian adventure.
Enjoy world-famous mountain top dining at 6,000 ft (1829 m), travel via snowmobile or in the comfort of a snowcat for a 3-course fondue in the winter. ATV or Jeep in the summer for a waffle breakfast or the famous Salmon Bake evening. Live entertainers play as you dine in the alpine! Tours cater to all ages and all abilities.
Moored At Penticton Marina
Penticton, British Columbia
Summer fun on Penticton's unique paddlewheeler!
We offer a variety of cruises such as scenic, dinner buffet, BBQ, cocktail and parties with live music. We also host events such as wine-tasting.
Looking for a special location for your private or corporate function? Charter the whole boat! 48 passenger capacity on 2 decks. Roofed open air deck plus enclosed deck with huge panorama windows.
We also have the option to Bring-Your-Own food or let us organize the catering - casual to high end. Fully licensed premises.
Come experience a cruise along the beautiful south end of Okanagan Lake and create lasting memories for your family and friends. See you next summer!
276 Columbia Ave
Castlegar, British Columbia
Castlegar Sculpturewalk is an innovative display of outdoor sculpture, located on a walking tour within Castlegar's downtown core (total tour time is approximately 1.5 hours). Showcasing both regional and international artists, the sculptures are available for purchase or lease.
Download a brochure and map from our website, or pick one up along the tour, and get Sculpturewalking! Vote for your favourite - the People's Choice winner will be purchased by the City of Castlegar for permanent display.
Come see what is turning into a major regional tourist attraction!
I am available to provide you with any fishing package you would like to develop with me as I have a reliable network of fishing guides & sports fisherman all over VI. Areas I prefer to fish are locally Comox Valley & Campbell River however I would strongly suggest a trip with myself staying at Denham Bay Cottages and fishing from there with me. If you are interested in fishing any of these locations let me know & I will provide you with advice in setting up accommodations & any other necessary arrangements to make your fishing trip of a lifetime a success.
Get off the beaten path & go where no one else can. CMH Summer Adventures offers 3-6 day lodge-based guided hiking, walking & ambling adventures in the rarely-visited ranges of the Canadian Rockies of eastern British Columbia. Based from luxurious remote mountain lodges, daily helicopter flights take you to otherwise inaccessible alpine lakes, mountain ridges & ancient glaciers to explore at your own pace in the company of professional mountain guides. Come for the mountaineering, via ferrate, walking tours or zip lining while enjoying the trademark hospitality of CMH - Canada's oldest adventure tourism company.
Come enjoy a day of fishing in the beautiful Comox Valley & Campbell River area.
The waters of the Strait of Georgia are open to salmon fishing year round! Marine wildlife such as Killer whales, dolphins, seals & sea lions can be seen as well. Crabby's Charters welcomes families & encourages taking kids fishing! You could consider splitting the day up with salmon fishing, then switching to light tackle cod fishing for the kids; or pull crab & prawn traps for a seafood feast! We also have fishing charters in Tofino on Vancouver Island's westcoast. Visit our website for more information.