Skip to main content

Tours From

BC Interior

Tours From

Vancouver Island

Tours From

Lower Mainland

Canadian Heritage

Yes, I am a Baby Boomer, and I have had the big “65” celebration, but don’t call me a “senior citizen”! “Senior citizen” is a North American term coined in the late 1930s, and was used as an alternative description...

Read More

The province of Newfoundland and Labrador is the eastern most in Canada and the island of Newfoundland is separated from Labrador by the Strait of Belle Isle. Over seven thousand smaller islands are within the provincial boundaries. Referred to as...

Read More

I love to travel, and working in the industry has offered me an array of wonderful experiences and memories. The more places I visit, people and cultures I encounter, the more I find myself curious about my own country, the...

Read More

Not only does Vancouver Island play host to our province’s capital but also to one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems. There are rainforests, marshes and meadows, mountains, rivers and beautiful beaches. The diversity of this ecosystem creates habitats for...

Read More

Travelling by rail is reminiscent of a bygone era. The railways of yesterday were the link to the Wild West, gold fields and an integral component of the Industrial Revolution. At its peak, it was the easiest, fastest and certainly...

Read More

In 2018 the much needed ferry route from Port Hardy to Bella Coola will be re-established. This very important water route provides travellers with access to not only spectacular scenery, but an alternate route for goods and a circular route...

Read More

What becomes the mighty Fraser River in BC’s interior began as a mere trickle coming up out of the ground high in the Rocky Mountains. The closest road is 50 km away and there is no trail to the site,...

Read More

Are you’re itching to get away from your everyday routine but are restricted by time and commitments? Why not explore your own backyard and travel locally? Have you ever ridden in the Hells Grate Tram high above the fast and...

Read More

It is New Year’s resolution time again. Whether you have made your New Year’s resolutions or are procrastinating, here is my suggestion for making your 2017 memorable. Canada is celebrating its 150 birthday in 2017! Why not make it your...

Read More

Dark, dank vacant buildings, mysterious swinging doors, howling winds, foggy nights and musical scores that crept into your soul are what come to my mind when I think of ghost towns. I think my impression of ghost towns as a...

Read More