Lace up your walking shoes! Victoria, BC, is blessed with miles of seaside paths and flower-filled parks. So check out these 9 great walks!
The VanDusen Botanical Garden is one of Vancouver’s most beautiful gardens! See pink magnolias in spring and enjoy the fiery colors in fall.
Where to stay in Victoria, BC? We’ve stayed at several utterly charming Airbnb’s and hotels – like this Art Deco manor and historic B&B.
Bioluminescent kayaking at night? Hiking through forests with fairy houses? Just two of the magical things to do in Salt Spring Island and Galiano!
The Vancouver-Victoria ferry is often better than flying. And both the BC Connector Bus and scenic V2V Ferry go from downtown to downtown.
So you want to hike Joffre Lakes? It’s one of the best hikes near Whistler! The 10 km (6+ mile) roundtrip trail takes you to three beautiful popsicle-blue lakes. And we only bumped into one bear, the wood one.
We have great restaurants, parks (can you say Butchart Gardens?) and attractions. Check out our insider guide to the best things to do in Victoria, BC!
Rathtrevor Beach is great. But there are other super fun things to do in Parksville and Qualicum Beach too. Explore Horne Lake Caves. See the goats on the roof in Coombs. And more!
Nothing beats biking Stanley Park (and around False Creek) on a sunny Vancouver day! Lots of beaches and parks. A public market and craft brewery too at Granville Island.
Dubbed the “City of Gardens,” Victoria blooms with colorful flowers and show-stopping gardens. Even in November, hanging baskets of pansies brighten the city’s picturesque Inner Harbor.
You know Whistler is one of the world’s best ski resorts. But what you really want to know is – which mountain is better for skiing and snowboarding? Whistler or Blackcomb?
Bad weather means storm watching on Vancouver Island. With rainboots and slickers, you can witness the awesome fury of winter storms.
Pssst… Wanna know the top swimming holes and lakes in Victoria? Here’s our beach chair report on the 7 best beaches in Victoria, BC.
See cool yellow cranes and maritime artifacts in the old shipyard building site outside the Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier, a great 4-star hotel in North Vancouver.