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Oh, Canada!

Our True North, far and wide, is certainly one of the most gifted countries in the world. Unspoiled forests, pristine lakes, vast amounts of human and natural resources, rich culture: all readily available for your next educational adventure.

We at EWT have been proud of always offering Canadian fresh, authentic, interactive, and safe itineraries in the province that carries a very compelling adjective: Beautiful British Columbia. From the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific shore, BC offers a gamut of attractions, hidden gems that are unique to this part of the country, and ingredients to an unforgettable trip with everlasting memories.

You can start exploring what the province has to offer right now. Just browse our list of destinations, contact our office by e-mail, chat, or phone for a customized itinerary, pack and go!

  Greater Vancouver Area


Also known as GVA, this is where most British Columbians call home. It is encompassed by Vancouver and the adjacent cities and municipalities – Surrey, New Westminster, Richmond (our home city!), Ladner, Delta and many more. It is a vibrant urban area with all the allure you would find in a big city, like museums, cinemas, and malls, along with a lot of green parks, mountains, fresh and salt water beaches, and lakes.

Stanley Park is for most the main attraction of the city, displaying lots of green and open areas, playgrounds, beaches, and history. The iconic Lion's bridge, cutting the park and linking the city to North Vancouver shores, is part of Vancouver's skyline. A day in the GVA won't be complete without a stop at the Granville Market and the False Creek many parks, a stroll around Downtown and Gastown fancy stores and restaurants, or even the many overwhelming experiences the city has to offer: Capilano Suspension bridge, the Vancouver Aquarium, and Grouse Mountain.

If you have time on your hands, drive north through the Sea-to-Sky highway majestic views to reach Whistler, a fun paradise for all ages.


  Vancouver Island


Easily reached from several points on the mainland, Vancouver Island is a treasure for nature and adventure lovers. The picturesque provincial capital is Victoria, located on the southern tip of the Island. While some prefer to explore this charming city and its cultural life, architecture, and restaurants, others would use Victoria as the starting point to exploring the many wonders of this large island.

On the east coast, the side overlooking the mainland, you can make your first stop at Nanaimo and its collection of culture and recreation experiences. In Nanaimo, we recommend the Petroglyph Provincial park and the thousands of years old rock carving made by First Nations peoples. Moving West, you will find Tofino and Ucluelet, two small coastal cities that will surprise you with their gardens, museums, parks, and stunning wildnerness. Don't miss the Tofino Botanic Garden or Ucluelet Aquarium!


  The Okanagan Valley


By land or by air, the Valley is one to four hours away from Vancouver. Its main city, Kelowna, is located on the shores of Okanagan Lake. It is the center of business and cultural life as well as the main hub for transportation in the region. Besides being home to many educational institutions – the University of British Columbia has a campus there – Kelowna offers surprising landscapes such as imposing mountains, an immense lake, natural parks and canyons– the perfect background for recurrent culture and music festivals!

The region's summer temperatures can reach close to 40 degrees celsius. Together with the abundance of freshwater, the weather is the main reason why the Okanagan valley is the main producer of fruits and vegetables in British Columbia. You will find agricultural and ecological activities all around the lake, from Vernon to Osoyoos – the southernmost point of the lake in Canada bordering the State of Washington.


  The Hidden Gems


The province has more than 940,000 square kilometers and it no easy task to cover all of its attractions! We selected surpsrising, out of the beaten path destinations that may be perfect for your next tour.

Starting with Haida Gwaii – the islands of the Haida people – an archipelago located 50km from the coast and inhabited for more than 13,000 years. Haida Gwaii is blessed by the remoteness that endowed most original features of its people and nature to remain unspoiled, thus making your visit to the Island a journey back in time.

The Sunshine Coast is another insular destination that spotlights numerous enticing stops. Sechelt, Gibsons, Powell River are obligatory stations in your itinerary, where you will be exposed to the area's history, nature, culture and many different fun, interactive outdoor activities.



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