Canada

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British Columbia


Vancouver

Voted the "Best City in the Americas" for 2004 by Condé Nast Traveler magazine, based on the categories of ambience, friendliness, culture and sites, restaurants, lodging, and shopping, this is just one of the many reasons to visit this beautiful city, located on Canada's west coast, between the Pacific Ocean and Rocky mountains. Vancouver is a dynamic, multicultural city set in a spectacular natural environment. No matter what time of the year you visit, there are indoor and outdoor activities to please adults, families, couples and friends to no end. Enjoy world class shopping, gourmet meals, outstanding live entertainment, sporting events, theatre, outdoor adventure, and spectacular sights and attractions. This includes a visit to the amazing Capilano Suspension Bridge, the Vancouver Aquarium, a cruise of the harbour, a visit to Grouse Mountain at the peak of Vancouver, and more.


Victoria

Victoria is always in season. This picturesque place has the mildest climate in Canada, and is a place so green that it has earned itself the nickname The Garden City. The wild beauty of the Pacific coast and the adventure of the great outdoors are within the city limits and ocean and mountain vistas follow wherever you go. Its colourful history shows all over - from the First Nations totem poles to the heritage architecture and afternoon tea. It bustles with the energy of a university town, and the shop windows are full of British imports, Native art and the latest trends. Restaurants and cafés serve the freshest cuisine and the harbour is alive with the romance of an era when tall ships moored alongside the wharf and evenings glitter as lights twinkle and cast their magic from atop the landmark British Columbia Legislative Buildings. A year-round tourism destination, Victoria offers a friendly, safe haven for all visitors.


Whistler

Whistler is one of North America's premier ski destinations as well as home to almost 10,000 residents. Of the many things that make this town so special are its two unbelievable mountains - Whistler and Blackcomb. Side by side, they represent over 8,000 acres of ski-able terrain, rising a mile above the valley of Whistler. These two mountains offer unforgettable skiing and snowboarding, as well as unlimited winter and summer activities, with something for everyone all year round. Although, in recent years, Whistler has acquired the reputation of being an exclusive and very posh ski town, it is working very hard to let everyone know all are welcome and that it has something to suit every budget. The village itself is a place of non-stop action, whether you are looking to shop around or dance the night away, you will find it here.



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