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Best Vacation Spots in British Columbia
People looking for the best vacation spots in British Columbia have landed at the right place. Travelers who are heading to British Columbia (BC) for the first time should definitely consider visiting these places.
Kulbhushaan Raghuvanshi
Last Updated: Mar 18, 2019
British Columbia, or BC as it is popularly known, is Canada's westernmost province and is known all over the world for its natural beauty. The province was named British Columbia in the year 1858 by Her Majesty Queen Victoria, and it was registered as the sixth province of Canada in the year 1871.
The capital of this province is Victoria and the largest city of British Columbia is Vancouver. People can enjoy a lot of activities over here as BC is one of the best metropolitan regions of the country, and the province has still maintained its natural beauty in spite of the recent technological developments.
British Columbia Vacation Spots
BC is situated to the far west of the Great White North and is a large area in terms of land mass. British Columbia is approximately 4 times larger than Great Britain with very less population compared to it.
From golf courses for men, to wine tasting parties for women and huge number of fun activities for children, British Columbia has something for all. Here are the best places to visit in this beautiful region.
peak of mount seymour
The city of Vancouver offers range of activities in the beautiful mountain peaks, water sports, games and snow sporting opportunities which are judged to be the best in the world.
The largest city in British Colombia has undergone a change in the recent years, and is currently home to around 2.4 million residents. The reason Vancouver is popular with travelers is because it offers a very decent style of living, and it is also one of the cleanest cities in the world.
Bear Glacier, east of Stewart, British Columbia, Canada.
Another beautiful vacation spot of British Columbia is Stewart which is just a 2 ½ day drive from Vancouver. Stewart is a unique bordering town which is packed with American tourists the entire year.
The city of Stewart is globally known for its amazing fishing spots and glaciers. Don't forget to view the spectacular Salmon Glacier, which is the fifth largest glacier in the world.
Skiing in Soft Snow on Whistler Mountain
People coming to British Columbia should definitely make an attempt to check out Whistler. It is a small resort town situated about 125 km to the north of Vancouver and has some of the most beautiful natural views in the world.
The population of this town is around 12,000 and it is visited by approximately 3 million tourists every year. Whistler is famous for its different snow sporting activities and is one of the best tourist destinations in the world.
Sunshine Coast
Three people kayaking on the coastline
British Columbia is also a great vacation destination for people who just have 5 to 6 days to spend. Travelers can begin their journey to the Sunshine Coast by starting with Horseshoe Bay, a small fishing village situated near Vancouver.
From there tourists have to take the Langdale ferry to Gibson's Landing. Visitors can then reach to the coast of Egmont by road. Through the journey visitors can try out various recreational activities such as sea kayaking, sailing, mountain biking and hiking.
The Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve
Clayoquot Sound,Tofino,Vancouver Island,Canada
This Biosphere Reserve is home to thousands of animals, plants and insects. Nature lovers can also find some of the world's largest and oldest trees in this Biosphere Reserve.
This 350,000 hectare reserve includes, amazing rain forests, long sandy beaches, lakes, streams and rivers, beautiful mountains, rocky shores and a rich population of flora and fauna.
So these were some of the best vacation spots in British Columbia for tourists. Driving all around BC is probably the best way to catch all the beautiful and breathtaking views of this region.