Ready to get your heart pumping? If you’re a skier or snowboarder, you might know Whistler primarily as a wintertime destination, but there’s plenty to do in this mountain village in the warmer months. Check out our guide to summer activities in Whistler, then schedule your own mountain adventure holiday.
Chinatown isn’t about dim sum and ginger beef anymore, at least not in Vancouver’s city center Chinatown. This neighborhood, one of the city’s oldest, is Vancouver’s new restaurant “it” zone, with hip places to eat and drink opening on nearly every block. Here are five new places to eat in Vancouver Chinatown to add to your dining itinerary.
There’s plenty to do when you’re visiting British Columbia’s capital city of Victoria, but if you have time to do more exploring, you’ll find plenty of experiences just outside the city. These three great day trips from Victoria take you on wine-tasting, beach-going, ziplining and island-hopping adventures, and more.
As in many North American cities, craft breweries have taken off in Vancouver. At last count, nearly 50 microbreweries have set up shop in the Vancouver metropolitan area, with more scheduled to open almost every month.
To inform your drinking adventures and help you explore the growing beer scene, we’ve put together this guide to Vancouver’s craft breweries.
If you’d like to go whale watching, learn more about western Canada’s multicultural history or simply spend time by the water, take a day trip from Vancouver to explore the waterfront village of Steveston.