Find an Exciting Holiday in Beautiful British Columbia

Important COVID Traveler’s Update!

Feds lift test requirement for certain travellers.

Starting April 1, fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada won’t have to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to their arrival. The federal government made the announcement on March 17, declaring that the country is entering into a “transition phase” in the pandemic. Passengers might still be subjected to random PCR testing at the airport, and must continue using the ArriveCAN app to enter their proof of vaccination.

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The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
is a three-story, 30,400-square foot award-winning cultural centre designed to blend the traditional Squamish Longhouse with the Lil’wat Istken. Cultural Ambassadors share their knowledge and stories with guests, augmenting the information shared throughout the centre’s curated collection of artifacts and contemporary pieces. Traditional drum songs are shared at the top of each hour. The facility is designed to evoke a traditional Squamish longhouse and a Lil’wat Istken (pit house) and is surrounded by dramatic mountain scenery. This thriving cultural centre shares meaningful experiences, educating all, and lifts their two distinct cultures.

Klahoose Wilderness Resort
is located far away from everything you know. But not too far mind ya!
Getting there is both a beautiful and easy experience from present-day Vancouver. The drive from Vancouver to Lund is a notable Pacific Northwest Coastal car journey. This 5-6-hour coastal highway cruise includes two ferry rides and several short legs through seaside towns with an abundance of quaint pit stops and spectacular viewpoints.
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48 Hours around Kamloops!
Canoe Journey, Secwepemc History & Resort Relaxation.
This two-day itinerary features visits to Secwepemc hosts in and around Kamloops
and experiences on the traditional waterways of Secwepemc’ulecw, including the South Thompson River.
(courtesy of Indigenous Tourism BC)

Welcome to Holiday BC 

There are 945,000 square kilometers of beautiful scenery, adventuresome hikes, tranquility, great food, wonderful Guest Ranches and skiing that British Columbia has to offer. Rediscover B.C.! Be a tourist in our own province.  British Columbia is unlike any other place on earth, you can explore its natural beauty.

Ready to Holiday in BC? 

There is so much to see throughout British Columbia.  Visit the North Coast or hop on the ferry to visit Vancouver Island.  Enjoy the hot sunshine in the Thompson/Okanagan and go for a swim in one of the beautiful lakes the area has to offer.  Go on a winery tour. How about horseback riding in the Cariboo, … “so giddy-up!”  If you enjoy the outdoors there are many hiking trails and beautiful sceneries to experience throughout the BC Backcountry.

Whatever you choose start planning now! Travel safely and responsibly.  Most of all enjoy holidaying in our own beautiful province!


Kayaking, whale watching, skiing and snowboarding, golfing, fishing, hot springs, surfing, hiking and wildlife viewing. British Columbia is wildly popular as a travel and tourism destination as it offers diverse outdoor adventure in BC’s fabulous parks, lakes, rivers and rugged coastline. Each community has unique attractions, colourful festivals and seasonal events, and sightseeing introduces visitors to the heritage of Canada’s western province and the ancient cultural traditions of the First Nations people of British Columbia.

Harrison Hot Springs
The perfect base for exploring along the Scenic 7, Harrison Hot Springs is known for its leisurely days and friendly ways.

The West Coast Trail (WCT)
is an iconic backcountry, multi-day backpacking trail that is a bucket list challenge for many hikers.

Whale Watching
Campbell River, BC, offers some of the best whale watching opportunities in the world! Humpbacks and killer whales are often seen in our waters.

The Wines of British Columbia truly are a reflection of the land where the grapes are grown and the exceptional people who craft them.



Showcase your business in front of the people who are looking for you! Find out where you can go this year in your own province to have fun, and what could be the vacation of a life time. British Columbia has a lot to offer! See Media Kit in menu above to find out distribution dates, advertising guidelines, and amazing coverage throughout British Columbia. Click the button below to view our current Print Publication Travel Guide.