There is so much to see & enjoy on this stunning island capitol of British Columbia that our 3 days spent there on vacation merely scratched the surface! See photos & videos here & plan accordingly.
Manning Park in located in British Columbia, Canada. It's a large provincial park that offers many summer and winter activities and great photo opportunities.
Burnaby Mountain Park offers spectacular views of Burrard Inlet and Vancouver. It also contains flowers, sculptures, a restaurant, trails, and other attractions.
No commercial development despoils the natural beauty of the 200 acres of Beacon Hill Park located not far from the Inner Harbor of Victoria. It is one of the prettiest parks in which I have ever spent time. See photos and videos here.
Mining, sternwheelers and hot springs have ensured the survival of Ainsworth, B.C. The first village on the shores of Kootenay Lake.
British Columbia, both Mainland and Vancouver Island, is a world of travel and history attractions. Once there, you may be tempted to stay forever!
See the 15 photos and videos regarding the world renowned Butchart Gardens which was built into limestone quarry. With 700 varieties of plants spread out over 55 acres, plan to spend some time. There are even fireworks at night!
A visit to a local, ongoing archaeological dig in Cresent Beach B.C., Canada unearthed more than just dirt.
Victoria, BC is on Vancouver Island. It's a cosmopolitan city but just outside, the rugged wilds of the Pacific coast and the temperate rainforest hold exciting outdoor adventures.
Parks can be great places to see plants and animals. Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, is located by the ocean and contains a variety of habitats. It's a wonderful place for nature lovers to visit at any time of year.