British Columbia is the perfect destination to enjoy incredible landscapes, cultural adventures and gastronomic delights. Although you can visit all year round, summer is an excellent idea to delve into Canadian culture.

So on this occasion we share with you some activities that you can do this season.

From Vancouver to Field

You can begin your trip in the vibrant city of Vancouver, known for its marine freshness. EYE Fudis around the world, in this place the seafood from the Pacific Ocean is a delight that cannot be missed.

Photo: Destination Vancouver/Rishad Daroo Photography

Afterwards, they can head towards Kelowna, a paradise for craft beer lovers. Local breweries offer an impressive variety of unique flavors you’re sure to love.

As you continue inland, you will reach Oliver, the Wine Capital of Canada. You will find award-winning wines that you will delight in every sip, and you can also visit one of its many wineries.

Foto: Destination BC/Hubert Kang
Cultural and nature adventures

The route from Vancouver to Field offers not only culinary delights, but also rich cultural and natural experiences.

If you navigate the majestic Fraser River you will immerse yourself in impressive landscapes. You can also explore the desert city of Osoyoos, a unique place that will surprise you with its biological and cultural diversity.

Foto: Destination BC/@viranlly

Don’t miss the historic Kettle Valley Rail routes, where vestiges of the past tell stories of times long gone. For nature lovers, Glacier National Park is a must-see stop. Here, the crystal-clear lakes and towering waterfalls will take your breath away.

A journey through time and culture

The magic of British Columbia lies not only in its nature and activities, but also in the history of its First Nations.

In this region you will find various museums and cultural centers that will allow you to learn more about the ‘Ksan, Secwepemc, Squamish and Haida peoples.

Foto: Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre/Blake Jorgensen / Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre

At Camp ‘Ksan and Secwepemc Heritage Park and Museum, you can step back in time and experience unique educational and cultural experiences.

In Whistler, Thunderbird Café offers First Nations-inspired cuisine that will delight your senses. Additionally, at the Nuyumbalees Cultural Center, you will have the opportunity to learn the meaning of petroglyphs while creating one.

Whistler: the ideal place to escape stress

Whistler is the ideal place to relax, reconnect with yourself and get in touch with nature.

Foto: Destination BC/Kari Medig

This alpine paradise offers an ideal escape during the spring-summer season.

You will find various hiking routes surrounded by lush forests and crystalline lakes. If you like adrenaline, go to the Whistler Mountain Bike Park and zip line.

Foto: Tourism Whistler/Justa Jeskova

Fudis around the World can also find several options in Whistler, at The Wildflower they can delight in a gourmet breakfast while appreciating incredible panoramic views of the mountains.

At dusk, enjoy the light and sound show of the Vallea Lumina.

They can also relax at the Scandinave Spa, where professional massages will help them rejuvenate body and soul.

Photo: BC Ale Trail

Without a doubt, British Columbia is ideal to enjoy the summer and have a trip full of adventures and incredible experiences.

Foto: Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson


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