Discover British Columbia

  • Posted: 6th January 2019
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Combining breathtaking scenery with vast wilderness, fascinating culture, superb wildlife and sparkling cityscapes, British Columbia is one of Canada’s top holiday destinations, offering year-round adventure and an incredible variety of activities.

Top tip: travel outside of peak season; although you’ll still find a wealth of activities on offer, holidays at this time can often be up to 50% cheaper than during busier periods.

If you’re an adventure-seeker, you will find plenty on offer throughout the year, from snowmobiling and snowshoeing to dog sledding. Go wolf tracking in January or February or keep an eye out for bears starting to emerge from hibernation in late spring. April and May are two of the best months for whale watching in Tofino.

Here’s a few of our hand-picked adventures…


Wolf Tracking at Chilcotin Ranch

A real bucket list experience for wildlife enthusiasts; experience one of Canada’s most spectacular wilderness challenges by tracking timber wolves. Accompanied by an expert guide, this tour also includes a stay at Chilcotin Ranch and time to explore Vancouver’s highlights


Whistler Winter Wonderland

Head to Canada’s top winter resort for an exciting variety of snowy activities. Snowmobiling and skiing are just some of the wintry adventures you can enjoy here; after a full day in the snow head back to Whistler Village’s Après Ski area, where you’ll find a selection of bars and restaurants perfect for a warming drink (or two).


Cowboys, Lakes & Wineries

See the best of BC’s magnificent scenery on this fantastic holiday that combines a stay at Three Bars Guest Ranch for authentic cowboy adventures with a nine-day self-drive through some of this area’s most picturesque regions, including Harrison Hot Springs, the Okanagan Valley and Vancouver.

Get in touch for a tailor-made itinerary to see more of the Great White North’s off-the-beaten-track destinations.

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