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Victoria British Columbia Canada

VANCOUVER ISLAND BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA

The biggest island on the west coast of North America, Vancouver Island is almost twice the size of Hawaii and can be traveled from it's most southern point (the City of Victoria) to it's most northern tip (Cape Scott Provincial Park) in just under 8 hours driving time. From coastal rainforests and warm sandy beaches to snow covered mountain peaks, Vancouver Island has it all, come explore Vancouver Island, Canada.

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CITY OF VANCOUVER BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA

Named after Captain George Vancouver, a British explorer Vancouver is a coastal city and major seaport located in the Lower Mainland of southwestern British Columbia. Vancouver is the largest metropolitan area in Western Canada and the third largest in the country. The city's estimated population is approx. 615,473 and that of the metropolitan area, 2,318,200. The 2010 Winter Olympics and 2010 Winter Paralympics will be held in Vancouver and the nearby Whistler, a mountain town and ski resort 125 km north of the city. The City of Vancouver has been ranked as one of the most livable cities in the world. Motto: "By Sea, Land, and Air We Prosper"

Victoria Canada

CITY OF VICTORIA VANCOUVER ISLAND
BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA

Victoria Vancouver Island's largest city is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island and is home to Canada's Pacific Naval Fleet. Victoria has a population of approx. 350,000 and over several million visitors annually. Explore Victoria's inner harbour, gardens and parks, museums, art galleries and more Victoria the city of sea and gardens.

 
CANADA'S ROCKY MOUNTAINS BY TRAIN

Canada's West Coast scenery is second-to-none and you will see the best of the best as your luxury train tour whisks you from Vancouver, British Columbia, through the province's Interior and into the Rocky Mountains surrounding Jasper National Park, Alberta. See the Rocky Mountains Via Railroad, BC, Canada

WHISTLER BLACKCOMB MOUNTAINS
BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA

Whistler and Blackcomb form the largest ski area in North America with over 8,100 skiable acres, One vertical mile, Two mountains connected by a pedestrian Village, More than 200 trails, Three glaciers. 38 lifts and Twelve alpine bowls. Hiking & Sightseeing, Alpine Dining, Mountain Bike Park, Terrain Parks, Golfing, Heli-Skiing and Boarding, Mountain Ecology Tours Bear And Wildlife Viewing.

PACIFIC RIM NATIONAL PARK
VANCOUVER ISLAND BRITISH COLUMBIA

Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada is composed of three geographically separate units: The Long Beach Unit is located between the villages of Ucluelet and Tofino, and named after the16 km (10 miles) sandy beach of Wickaninnish Bay. The Broken Group Islands Unit is an archipelago of more than one hundred islands and rocks scattered throughout Barkley Sound and is accessible by boat only. The West Coast Trail Unit is a 75 km (47 mile) backpacking route along temperate rainforest, sandstone cliffs, waterfalls, caves, sea arches, sea stacks and beaches. Long Beach, Broken Islands Group, Tofino & Ucluelet, BC Canada

HARRISON LAKE & HOT SPRINGS
BRITISH COLUMBIA
CANADA

Nestled against Southwestern British Columbia's magnificent mountains and the sandy beaches of Harrison Lake, Harrison Village is your local vacation destination filled with a rich history and natural wonders. Harrison Village is conveniently located in Mighty Fraser Country, a short 90 minute drive east of Vancouver, British Columbia or 3 hours north of Seattle, Washington. Harrison Lake the largest body of fresh water in southwestern British Columbia Canada

THE INSIDE PASSAGE BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA

Inside Passage-Mid Coast-Bella Coola and Queen Charlotte Islands. Cruise the beautiful coastal inside passage with BC Ferries from Port Hardy on the North end of Vancouver Island though the HAKAI Recreation Area past Kitimat Fiords then to Prince Rupert with a final crossing to Skidegate on the Queen Charlotte Islands home to the First nations Hiada people and the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site.

ROYAL MUSEUM OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

The Royal British Columbia Museum will introduce you to the cultural and natural history of BC from the Natural History GalleryI highlighting BC's Coastal Rainforests and wildlife to the Modern History Gallery featuring a replica of the stern section of Captain George Vancouver's ship HMS Discovery (1792-1794) to the wood-block paving, turn-of-the-century buildings and streets of the Modern History Gallery. The museum also has an impressive collection of first nation art and exhibits. RMBC Vancouver Island, Victoria, British Columbia Canada

GULF ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK RESERVE
BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA

The first new national park reserve of the twenty-first century, spread over fifteen islands and numerous islets and reefs and approximately twenty-six square kilometres of marine areas. Southern Gulf Islands, British Columbia Canada
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