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British Columbia’s big backyard inspires introspective personal journeys and unbridled adventures. Our cities, set on the doorstep of the wild, make it easy to step further into nature and explore the endless possibilities of the outdoors. Our people connect explorers with unexpected moments that renew the human spirit.

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Where Nature is Nurtured

From massive mountain ranges and windswept beaches to rainforests overflowing with life, discover how BC’s diverse landscapes shape our people and culture.

Takaya Tours | Jonny Bierman/Indigenous Tourism BC

Celebrate National Indigenous History Month

June is National Indigenous History Month, a month to recognize and celebrate the cultures and contributions of Indigenous peoples in Canada. From all over the world, people can participate in #IndigenousBC virtual events filled with cultural sharing to earn a deeper understanding and appreciation of the diverse Indigenous cultures in British Columbia.

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Clearwater Lake Lodge | Robyn Hanson

Road Trip: Exploring the Interior Plateau

Take the day—or stay overnight along the way—to explore the scenic wilderness of the Interior Plateau along Highway 20 west of Williams Lake.

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Grouse Mountain Zipline | Hubert Kang

Discover Activities and Adventure Near Vancouver

Within a day trip or short overnight jaunt, there are countless adventures to be had right around Vancouver.

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Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary | Andrew Strain

What It’s Like To Go Bear-Watching in BC

While Canada is known for its vast expanse of wilderness, not many Canadians have actually seen a grizzly bear roaming in its natural habitat.

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Victoria's Inner Harbour | Reuben Krabbe

Travel Deals in BC

Discover more than 200 offers and travel deals to save on your next BC getaway.

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