Let the rugged coastline of BC impress you with its grand biodiversity from the coastal rainforests to the wildlife and marine life in the area. It is know for some of the best whale and bear watching in Western Canada
No trip to British Columbia would be complete without a trip to the island. Whether you only go to see Victoria, our capital city, or you want to go more off the beaten track, we have the tour for you.
The Yukon, the most northwestern part of Canada, spans over 470,000 km2 and is home to just over 30,000 inhabitants. It is also where you are able to see one of nature’s greatest phenomenon – the Northern Lights.
Not far south of the Canada-US border lies Seattle, one of America’s fastest-growing cities. Known as the Emerald City for its abundance of greenery, home of the world-famous Pike Place Market and world’s first Starbucks, Seattle is a shopper’s and sightseer’s paradise. This is also a destination for music lovers, with a vibrant live music scene deeply seated in the city’s culture.
Whistler, home to the alpine events of the 2010 Winter Olympics, is a small ski village two hours north of Vancouver. This village is one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. We offer day tours year-round to Whistler as well as a number of Ski and Ride winter packages.