Visiting British Columbia – Travelling and accommodation

Vancouver Lookout,©*_*/Flickr

Vancouver Lookout,©*_*/Flickr

British Columbia is located right between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains of Canada. Visit BC and discover the pristine beauty of mountains by hang glider or on foot. Check out Victoria City for some shopping, after which you can hang out at one of the local outdoor cafes or restaurants. There are plenty of museums you can visit such as the Museum of Anthropology just to mention one.

The locals are lovely and warm and will welcome you as one of their own. They will also help you to explore and discover the richness of the province. There are several wineries you can visit and you can go hiking along epic mountain trails and coastlines. Visit BC and we will promise you that it will leave you breathless.

The beauty of BC

If you have never experienced and seen the beauty of nature before, prepare to be amazed. The mountaintops and the sun-baked deserts of the region are inspiring and marvelous.

Approaching British Columbia, ©Navomatic/Flickr

Approaching British Columbia, ©Navomatic/Flickr

Enter the centuries-old rainforests, listen to the sound of the pacific waves and pamper your taste buds by trying some of the best gastronomic creations created by internationally recognized chefs. You can also go bear or whale watching or learn about the rich history of the Aboriginals. Choose the ocean, the mountains or one of the vibrant cities of the region and you will not get bored for even one second.

Travelling through BC

As British Columbia is a popular travelling destination the locals have thought about everyone, including people with disabilities. No matter in what shape you are you can always enjoy the spectacular scenery of the region and join in all kinds of activities. In Victoria and Vancouver there are several options for people with disabilities.

British Columbia Parliament, Victoria, ©InSapphoWeTrust/Flickr

British Columbia Parliament, Victoria, ©InSapphoWeTrust/Flickr

Vancouver for example is considered “the most accessible city in the world” and its international airport is also mentioned among the most accessible airports. There is also accessible hiking, sailing, gliding, kayaking and others. You can visit the first cave theatre of Canada which can be accessed by wheelchair. For outdoor exploration you can rent a TrailRider and admire the region in your own pace. If you are visiting during the winter season you can also try snowboarding and skiing.

Vancouver Lookout,©*_*/Flickr

Vancouver Lookout,©*_*/Flickr

Where to stay in BC

We strongly recommend that you book your accommodation in advance as it has been mentioned above, BC is a popular destination and the hotels fill up pretty fast. The best listings van be found on HelloBC.com where you can check the accessibility rating and other properties of the chosen accommodation option.

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