Hikers at Gillim Lakes in Valhalla Provincial Park, Slocan BC Credit Destination BC/Kari Medig

Travel Info & Requirements for Visitors to BC

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Rainforest Trail in the Pacific Rim | Cristina Gareau

We can’t wait to welcome you to British Columbia, where powerful nature and diverse cultures will connect you with new experiences, fresh perspectives, and the ability to find yourself in every sense of the word. Before your journey begins, check updates on current travel requirements for international and domestic travellers and get information on how to get around and travel safely and responsibly once you’re here.

 

Road trip planning | Andrew Strain

Travel Requirements

Whether you are arriving in BC internationally or from a neighboring province, there are many things to be aware of and plan for in advance.

For information on travel requirements, border info, and health measures, please visit our Know Before You Go page. 

 

Floatplane landing | Destination Vancouver/Harbour Air

Getting Here & Around

There are plenty of ways to travel to and around British Columbia, including by air, rail, and ferry.

To learn more about different modes of transportation and for information on local operators, please visit our Getting Here & Around page. 

 

 

Takaya Tours in Deep Cove | Hubert Kang

Responsible & Safe Travel

Between planning ahead, doing your research, respecting local communities, and helping to preserve BC’s diverse ecosystems, it is important to travel responsibly while making the most of your time in British Columbia. 

To learn more about the protocols and guidelines in place to keep you and our communities safe, please visit our  How To Travel Safely & Responsibly page. 

Osoyoos Desert Centre | Hubert Kang

Accessible Travel Options

We want to ensure everyone can find an experience they love in British Columbia. With our province’s wide range of accessible options, everyone can immerse themselves in our distinctive cities, wilderness, and diverse cultures.

To learn more about accessible travel in BC, please visit our Accessibility page.

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