British Columbia
The combination of sea and mountains, together with the broken coastline sporting hundreds of islands and inlets, gives the province a diverse set of natural attractions & recreational opportunities, from world-class winter sports to sailing or hiking in tall forests. British Columbia is home to four national parks, seven provincial heritage sites.

Direct Flights to British Columbia, Canada

Direct Flights to British Columbia, Canada
As Canada’s third largest and most westerly province, British Columbia is renowned for its spectacular and breath-taking scenery. With its stunning mountain ranges, lush rain forests and its vast and rugged coastline, British Columbia will amaze you.

With 7 national parks, British Columbia is most known for its beautiful and varied nature but there are plenty of modern cities to explore too, with superb galleries, museums and restaurants. 
The main international airport in British Columbia is Vancouver.

Direct flights to British Columbia are operated by airlines such as Air Canada and British Airways. In addition, most of the UK airports offer flights to Vancouver with a short European transit, for example, Air France or KLM.

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If you love the great outdoors, then you won’t fail to be impressed by Canada’s most scenic province. Water-sports such as Kayaking, rafting and sailing are widely available and in the winter months why not try some skiing.  Home to Whistler, a world-renowned ski-resort and co-host of the 2010 Winter Olympics with Vancouver, skiing and snowboarding are popular activities.

British Columbia’s capital city of Victoria is home to several cultural attractions including the British Columbia Parliament Buildings and the Royal BC Museum where you’ll find an amazing collection of First Nation masks and totem poles. Or why not spend the day exploring the world-famous Butchart Gardens, with its fantastic display of flora.
The city of Vancouver, lying between snow-capped mountains and the ocean, on the south west side of British Columbia, is a must see city. Why not stretch your legs with a stroll around the city’s vast and beautiful Stanley Park or wander through the cobbled streets of Gastown, the old centre of Vancouver with its numerous cafes and shops.

Explore too, some of Vancouver’s top museums and galleries, including the Vancouver Museum and the Telus World of Science. If you’re travelling with children, the Vancouver Aquarium is well worth a visit and don’t miss Storyeum, with its many dinosaur-related exhibits. 
Just a short distance from Vancouver is the Capilano Suspension Bridge, one of the world’s longest and highest suspended footbridges and is sure to thrill you as you view the breath-taking gorge below. Watermania too is packed full of fun activities for all the family.

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British Columbia Climate

British Columbia Climate
British Columbia's climate is very varied due to its diverse topography. The coastal region has a very mild winter climate with lots of rainfall. November and February tend to be the wettest months, while May and September are probably the best times to visit the coast. Vancouver enjoys a maritime climate, with mild winters and warm summers, though summers tend to be fairly short. Although winters can be notoriously rainy, there are often long periods of continuous sunshine in the summertime, when visitors come to explore the region's natural beauty.

Snowfall is rare in the city, but is more than adequate for the ski slopes on the Coast Mountains to the north. The interior to the east of the Coast Mountains has a much drier climate with warm summers and cool winters. The Rockies enjoy a warm to hot summer from May to September, with heavy snowfalls during winter. The northern part of the province has generally much colder winters and cooler summers than the rest of BC.

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