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Plan your next adventure vacation in British Columbia Canada.

Accommodations, attractions, tours, guides, activities, parks, trails, places, & more.

British Columbia is the most westerly province in Canada. The BC mainland and the islands rest on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. The British Columbia coastline extends over 27,000 kilometres long and over half of the province has little to no human interaction. 

Capital City of British Columbia Canada

The capital of British Columbia, Canada is the City of Victoria located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Victoria is known as the "Cycling Capital of Canada" and the "City of Gardens". 

British Columbia, Canada Highlights

Cranberries and blueberries (top 3 producer in the world); world’s largest hockey stick (located in Duncan BC); “The Hanging Garden Tree” on Meares Island (oldest red cedar tree on record at a ripe old age of 1500+ years old); Nanaimo Bathtub Racing Capital of the World (Nanaimo); the longest unsupported cable car in the world (Whistler); Kermode Bear ( the white bear "Spirit Bear" only found in BC); black bears (1/4 live in BC); Pacific Flyway (migration route over BC for millions of birds); last spike (the completion of Canada's railway in Craigellachie); and the oldest Chinatown in Canada (Victoria). 

Featured Parks, Trails and Places of Interest in British Columbia, Canada

British Columbia has the 2nd largest parks system in Canada. Some of the highlights in BC include Della Falls in Strathcona Provincial Park (highest waterfall in Canada measuring 440 metres high); Tweedsmuir Park (BC's largest provincial park measuring at 989,000 hectares); Osoyoos Lake (warmest freshwater lake in Canada); longest river in BC (Fraser River measuring 1400 kms); Khutzeymateen Provincial Park (Canada's only Grizzly Bear Reserve); Wineries (there are said to be over 870 vineyards in BC); and the Pacific Crest Trail (northern entrance to one of the worlds longest trails is in Manning Park).

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  •   Janel Coe commented on this post about 3 hours ago
    Cary Horning created a new event

    Halloween Haunt at Canada's Wonderland

    Witness a sinister transformation at Halloween Haunt, when the theme park turns into a scream park filled with unforgettable things to do for Halloween and unspeakable horror. Immerse yourself in the nightmare of Haunt where the streets are filled with terror, including more than 500 monsters, te...
    Witness a sinister transformation at Halloween Haunt, when the theme park turns into a scream park filled with unforgettable things to do for Halloween and unspeakable horror. Immerse yourself in the nightmare of Haunt where the streets are filled with terror, including more than 500 monsters, terrifying haunted attractions, ghoulish street performers, live music, thrilling night rides, and electrifying live shows.

    Reservations are required for all guests. This event is not recommended for children under 13. Guests will not be permitted into Halloween Haunt if wearing make-up/costumes. Guests who leave Halloween Haunt will not be granted re-entry to the event.

    Due to COVID-19, all indoor mazes will be transformed into new outdoor experiences… leaving you fewer places to hide!

    Halloween Haunt Tickets available online - Not Valid for Fall Daytime Admission
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  •   Janel Coe commented on this post about 3 hours ago
    Had an amazing time live on location today for Nova Scotia Buzz from the Atlantic Gondolas at Cape Smokey!
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  •   Janel Coe commented on this post about 3 hours ago
    You can rest easy!! There are more fall events and Fall Supporting Local Tourism Videos on their way!!
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    Supporting Local Tourism Episode 28, Caravan Farm Theater, Walk of Terror
    We are at the Caravan Farm Theater in Armstrong B.c for the Walk of Terror for this episode of Supporting Local Tourism.
    An exciting and unique horror experience in the North Okanagan, the walk of Terror, features an...
    We are at the Caravan Farm Theater in Armstrong B.c for the Walk of Terror for this episode of Supporting Local Tourism.
    An exciting and unique horror experience in the North Okanagan, the walk of Terror, features an audio headset (That is sterilized before and after each person) that walks you through a story with 3D sound effects, voices, and more, all while actors and scenery interact with you.
    One thing which sets the Walk of Terror apart is the spacing between parties; you genuinely feel you are alone with your party, unable to see the people in front of you for most of the walk. You are alone in the woods, through narrow paths, and come up to houses and buildings.
    Caravan Farm theater does not allow filming inside the actual event itself but allows filming before and after (which we have done).

    Caravan Farm Theater events sell out quickly, so buy your tickets today. Please note that your Vaccination Passport is needed, so have it ready when you arrive!
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  •   Janel Coe commented on this post about 3 hours ago
    Cary Horning created a new event

    FEAR 5 Winnipeg

    Do you like to be SCARED? I mean REALLY SCARED??
    Expect fears, tears, and blood smears! This is not your grandma's walk through a forest where someone jumps at you behind every corner predictably. This is heart-pounding, scream-inducing, can't get enough, blood on your stuff true Halloween terro...
    Do you like to be SCARED? I mean REALLY SCARED??
    Expect fears, tears, and blood smears! This is not your grandma's walk through a forest where someone jumps at you behind every corner predictably. This is heart-pounding, scream-inducing, can't get enough, blood on your stuff true Halloween terror!!!
    Then FEAR 5 Winnipeg is the Halloween Haunt for YOU!

    01: We have something for everyone this year! From the scariest of haunts to a more mild murderous experience.
    02: This year's venue is full of tight quarters and interesting experiences. The layout allowed us to get extremely creative with each experience, and even each room. We're very excited.
    03: Fear is like starring in your own horror film!
    04: Our escape experiences test your intelligence and wit while creeping you right out of your mind.
    05: It's Halloween and you deserve a better class of criminals to make you scream!
    06: 4 years, 45,000+ people ... Can't argue with numbers like that.
    07: Because of Zombies ... that's why. And if you're thinking, it's all fake ... we deprive them of sleep and food and mess with them, so if they catch you, they will bite.
    08: A little blood never hurt anybody.
    09: No waiting in long lines with our reserved times.
    10: The food in the lounge is delicious; brains to zombies kinda delicious.
    11: Before and after your game we have a lounge with music, food, and drinks (alcoholic & non-alcoholic) for you to relax in. We have a very strict red line policy so don't drink too much before, there will be time to have a few drinks and bring your heart rate down after, as well. Please remember to drink responsibly.
    12: We've made a lot of people cry, a few people pee ... and, well, let's just say it hasn't all been pretty.
    13: This will be year 5 for a lot of attendees. How many times have you gone back to an event that didn't deliver the goods?
    14: Our production is way creepier than in previous years.
    15: You sign an injury and death waiver. Yes, really.
    16: It's all fun and games until you enter a dark corridor have your mouth duct-taped, your vision is taken away, and you feel the breath of the undead.
    17: Who doesn't want to see that one friend beg for their life?
    18: Capture your experience at our magic mirror photo booth.
    19: Halloween is a time for frights and fears, and the rest of the year you simply cannot experience what Fear has to offer.
    20: The entire experience is indoors again

    PLEASE BE ADVISED OF THE FOLLOWING:

    This event requires some physicality. There are stairs, you will be on your knees, and once the panic button is hit in your brain you will run.

    You must sign an injury and death waiver. Quite simply put when you're dealing with events like this there is a risk.

    ​Times vary per game. This is not like your typical attraction where you spend an hour walking through someplace or getting the occasional scare. This is pure adrenaline and pressure. Trust us when we say, the time allocated will be more than enough for you.
    EVERYONE (including us) signs a death and injury waiver. While we try to always put safety first, many people panic with fear and as a result, we've had some small injuries. Anyone associated with Fear is not responsible for injury, lost items, or death. The zombie chase is particularly physical with quite a bit of grabbing, pulling, prosthetic blood body parts, and hundreds of staff. If you don't want to assume the risk of "football" style physicality we can tone down the touching but you will have to let us know prior to entering. We can turn off strobe lights as well if need be.
    This event is recommended 16+. That's not a rule, but it is a good guideline to go by. Those with small children will not be admitted without a refund. THIS IS NOT A PLACE FOR SMALL CHILDREN.
    During the event, there can be some profanity, degradation of character, and taunting. Don't take anything we say personally. This is a show, and you're playing a role.
    Wear clothes you don't care about. You may get mud, dirt, and/or "blood" on you. Stains and rips happen all the time.
    Try not to have too much in your pockets. If you fall and you have bulky keys in your pocket, that would hurt.
    ​In line with the public health orders and to keep all those who work and attend Fear, we will be only open to those who are vaccinated for COVID-19 and have either the paper with the proof of dates the shots were given, the QR code, or the official card. This will be noted throughout our marketing and no refunds will be given if someone who does not wish to get vaccinated buys tickets and attempts to attend.
    You are welcome to join us for delicious food and some liquid courage before and after your experiences.
    Tickets available on-line - Buy early it is always a sell out
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  •   Sarah Stewart commented on this post about 6 hours ago
    Cabot Trail time!!! True North Desinations in Pleasant Bay is PHENOMENAL.
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