Our Destinations

Vancouver - Our Home

Affectionately known as Raincouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, is a vibrant and cosmopolitan metropolis nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the majestic North Shore Mountains. Known for its stunning natural beauty, Vancouver offers a unique blend of urban sophistication and outdoor adventure. The North Shore Mountains including Grouse Mountain provide a breathtaking backdrop to the city. These mountains offer a plethora of activities year-round, from skiing and snowboarding in the winter to hiking and mountain biking in the summer. Vancouverites and visitors alike can enjoy panoramic views of the city and the surrounding landscapes from the summit of these peaks. With its mild climate, diverse culture, and proximity to nature, Vancouver truly has something for everyone, making it a must-visit destination for outdoor enthusiasts and city dwellers alike. Explore some of the best outdoor attractions the region has to offer on our Vancouver Hiking Highlights Tour.

Tofino - Vancouver Island

Tofino (or Tuff City to the locals) is a charming coastal town located on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Known for its stunning natural beauty, Tofino is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. With its pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and rugged coastline, Tofino offers a wide range of activities such as surfing, kayaking, hiking, and whale watching. The town itself has a laid-back and welcoming atmosphere, with a vibrant arts and culture scene, delicious seafood restaurants, and unique boutiques. Vancouver Island, where Tofino is situated, is also home to other breathtaking destinations such as Victoria, the capital city of British Columbia, and Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Whether you're seeking adventure or relaxation, Tofino and Vancouver Island have something to offer everyone.

Interior BC - Lytton and Lillooet

While most visitors to British Columbia focus on the Lower Mainland (Greater Vancouver) and Vancouver Island, journeying into the province's rugged interior is immensely rewarding. Our Golden Circle Tour from Vancouver to the BC interior and back visits both Lytton and Lillooet. Lytton is nestled at the confluence of the Fraser and Thompson rivers, offering stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Its unique location makes it a popular spot for outdoor enthusiasts, with opportunities for hiking, fishing, and river rafting. The town is also known for its rich Indigenous history and vibrant cultural scene. Lillooet, best known as Mile Zero during the Cariboo Gold Rush, is a charming community located at the junction of the mighty Fraser and Seton River. Surrounded by rugged landscapes and lush forests, Lillooet is a haven for nature lovers. The town is famous for its abundance of outdoor activities, including hiking, mountain biking, and wildlife spotting . Additionally, Lillooet boasts a rich heritage and is home to several historical sites that showcase its gold rush past. Exploring Lytton and Lillooet is a true delight for those seeking adventure and natural beauty.