Greece Travel Diary
Storm Watching season is here
Day 2 started with an early morning wake-up call. We woke up at 5:00 am to capture the majestic landscape around the Harrison Hot Spring Resort. As the sun rose, the mountain tops and the...
Escape the day to day grind to a luxury resort getaway. Can you believe just a 1.5 hr drive from Downtown Vancouver is beautiful Harrison. Bright blue sky, crystal clear water, stunning view, fresh mountain...
The World Hostel Conference is designed to foster the development of the youth accommodations sector of the travel market
Premier Christy Clark has announced plans to attract more visitors to BC with a new five-year tourism strategy titled “Gaining The Edge.”
Jennifer Lo, Network Marketer.
British Columbia is bracing for a Chinese invasion to boost tourism as the first group of travellers arrived in Vancouver after China granted Canada Approved Destination Status.
Three hundred and fifty people from Mainland China were greeted by Premier Gordon Campbell and federal Minister Stockwell Day at Vancouver International Airport Wednesday.
The granted status means that Chinese tourists are now permitted to travel in large groups to the country for leisure travel, and tourism companies in China can actively promote Canadian tours.
We’re supposed to be out there having fun, but a painful sunburn or nasty dose of food poisoning won’t enhance anyone’s summer.
It’s easy to avoid most of the usual risks lurking in the campground or on the barbecue with some common-sense precautions recommended by health officials.
People who already have a health condition, often the elderly, are likely to be hardest hit by air pollution, excessive heat or a bout of food poisoning.
Vancouver has been named one of National Geographic’s top 10 beach cities in the world — along with international destinations including Cape Town, Honolulu, Rio de Janeiro and Sydney.
“Canada’s most adventurous metropolis is home to 10 beaches, from the family-centric Jericho to the clothing-optional Wreck Beach, many of which offer commanding views of the Vancouver skyline and majestic North Shore Mountains,” a recent article in the magazine reads.