British Columbia is blessed with a wide variety of natural and man-made sights that can all at once be inviting and breath-taking. From metropolis settings to quaint villages and trickling rivers, there’s something for nearly any style of traveler that can make Vancouver a must visit destination. Below, we’ve highlighted just a small sample of what British Columbia can cook up to help emphasize the options available to you, and to help you get started on planning your visit to the Vancouver area.
Harrison Hot Springs Tour
The town of Harrison Hot Springs offers Vancouver visitors a peaceful day trip into the area wilderness that can offer a relaxing look into the quieter side of British Columbia. After crossing the Fraser River by way of ferry you’ll travel by motorcoach to Harrison Hot Springs. Once in the town, you’ll be able to fully enjoy a refreshing dip in their renowned Hot Springs Pool, and even browse the towns various shops if you’d like. However, regardless of what you actually end up doing in Harrison Hot Springs, the key to the experience will be in experiencing the beauty of the country side and friendly atmosphere of the small town itself.
Whistler is a premiere ski resort in British Columbia that can offer images of towering, snow-capped mountain ranges, gentle waterfalls and lush green all in one view. And with the Whistler Mountain Tour you’ll experience all of this beauty, and so much more. Once you actually arrive in Whistler you’ll be able to take in a variety of activities ranging from exploring sights such as Howe Sound, Horseshoe Bay and Shannon Falls, and even take in a little shopping at Whistler Village.
While the natural surroundings of Vancouver are certainly amazing, the city itself can also offer a number of exceptional sights. With the Vancouver Highlights Tour you’ll be led through the city by a knowledgeable guide as you explore not only the many popular views of Vancouver, but the history behind the sights as well. Tour highlights include the scheduled 2010 Olympic sites, Gastown, Canada Place, Stanley Park, Queen Elizabeth Park and numerous other buildings, parks and natural sites throughout the city.