On a fine sunny day, there’s no better Vancouver place to be than out on the water. Whether you’d like to take a leisurely harbor tour or make a quick hop on a ferry, we’ve got ideas for exploring Vancouver by boat.
It may be North America’s largest snow sports resort, but Whistler, British Columbia, offers lots to do in the summertime, too. Most weekends from June through September have something special going on, whether it’s a concert, a festival or other entertaining event. Add these upcoming Whistler summer festivals to your BC travel calendar.
Victoria bills itself as “Canada’s Cycling Capital,” and with good reason. The city has several cycling paths and bike-friendly routes, and the comparatively mild climate means that you can ride your bike year-round. When you’re ready to explore Victoria by bike, we’ve got tips for where and how to cycle.
British Columbia’s capital city of Victoria is the warmest metropolis in Canada, so perhaps it’s not surprising that this green-year-round region is full of places to get outdoors. Even if you’ve come to sample the city’s urban experiences, save time to explore Victoria’s gardens and parks. Here are five Victoria green spaces to discover.
Love music? Vancouver has plenty of musical events for you to enjoy all summer long. We’ve rounded up the best summer music festivals in the vicinity of Vancouver. It’s not too soon to book your tickets!