Grizzly bear treks, whale-watching trips and rodeo shows; British Columbia is wild at heart; discover its highlights with an independant itinerary
From the soaring peaks of the Rocky Mountains to the remote wilderness and the natural beauty of Vancouver Island, there is so much to see in British Columbia – affectionately referred to by its initials, BC – that the great outdoors is always calling. Our independent tours and self-drive itineraries are a fantastic way to experience the very best hotspots like Vancouver, Whistler and Sunpeaks. Through the exploration of these incredible islands, cities, and mountains you can go on a bear viewing boat excursion along the Campbell River, see the Calgary Stampede in early July, and take the Jasper-Prince Rupert train across British Columbia’s Cariboo Region. All of our British Columbia tours and itineraries can be tailored to suit the number of nights, choice of hotels, and excursions you might want to join.
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Rocky Mountaineer's Rainforest to Gold Rush route features two full days on board as you travel from Vancouver to Jasper, with overnight stops in the mountain resort of Whistler and the small riversid...
Discover the magnificent Canadian grizzly bear and share their natural environment during your stay at a charming floating lodge in one of the world's richest grizzly bear habitats.
Knight Inlet Lodge, northwest of the city of Vancouver, is not accessible by road, so the journey to this wildlife adventure location is all part of the experience.
Discover the majestic landscapes, towering peaks, and sparkling turquoise lakes of the Canadian Rockies, teamed with the charming and sometimes quirky Pacific Northwest. This fabulous journey is as re...
The First Passage to the West route features two enthralling full days on board the Rocky Mountaineer to Lake Louise or onward to Banff, with an overnight stop in Kamloops.