A perfect blend of vibrant city life and undeveloped, natural landscape, British Columbia has something for travelers of every age and interest. Canada’s westernmost province, British Columbia is characterized by bustling cities like Vancouver and Victoria, as well as a rugged landscape that includes both mountain ranges and breathtaking seascapes. Consider booking a vacation rental in this region to enjoy life like a local and have access to amenities like gourmet kitchens, spacious living areas, and more.
Nestled within the region’s forests and framed by snow-capped mountains, cabin rentals are the perfect accommodations for active travelers in British Columbia. After a full day on the slopes enjoying world-class skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and more, cozy cabin rentals ensure that you will be relaxed and rested for the next day’s adventure. If city life is more your speed, choose from a variety of apartments in downtown Vancouver or condos in Victoria. Vacation rentals in British Columbia put the regions greatest attractions right at the fingertips of vacationers without breaking the bank. Save money by cooking meals in the comfort of your rental or spending a night in with your group, so you can put your money towards exploring British Columbia.
Whether you want to hike a mountain, explore a new city, hit the beach, or sip wine in the countryside, you’ll find fun in British Columbia. Whet your appetite for the mountains by driving the Sea to Sky Highway that winds past both towering mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Veer off the highway when you get to Whistler to take advantage of forested hiking trails during the summer or phenomenal skiing conditions at resorts like Whistler Blackcomb during the winter. Victoria is British Columbia’s capital city and should be on every visitor’s list of places to see. Check out the well-preserved exhibits of human and natural history at the Royal BC Museum or take tours of the British Columbia Legislature Building and Craigdarroch Castle. In Vancouver, people watch at Stanley Park or stroll along English Bay to take in the beautiful scenery. It might be difficult to pack in all of British Columbia’s must-see attractions in one vacation, so you’ll likely want to plan a return trip.