British Columbia

IMG_6706Horne Lake Caves

Visited: April 2022 – 1 day

Vancouver Island has the highest concentration of caves in North America and is commonly referred to as the Island of Caves for those that are into caving. One of the most popular and accessible caves in Vancouver Island is at Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park.

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img_5804Nanaimo

Visited: April 2022 – 1 day

Nanaimo is situated on the east coast of Vancouver Island. The name may sound familiar as it shares the same name as the famous Canadian dessert: the Nanaimo bar. The city features spectacular views of the ocean and has several trails, including a Nanaimo Bar Trail in town.

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IMG_6706Port Alberni

Visited: April 2022 – 1 day

Port Alberni is situated within the Alberni Valley at the head of the Alberni Inlet, the longest inlet on Vancouver Island. It is surrounded by breathtaking scenery, including mossy rainforests and giant towering trees.

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img_5804Tofino

Visited: April 2022 – 3 days

Tofino is situated on a peninsula on the west coast of Vancouver Island. It is known for its ancient rainforests, mossy towering trees, endless sandy beaches, and rugged coastline. It’s a popular spot for hiking, surfing and just enjoying nature.

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img_5804Vancouver

Visited: April 2022 – 2 days

Vancouver is one of the most picturesque cities in Canada. It is situated by the ocean, surrounded by mountains and is covered in greenery. It also has a mild climate year-round. If you can tolerate the rain, it’s the perfect place to enjoy city living at the edge of nature.

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img_5804Victoria

Visited: April 2022 – 3 days

Victoria is located at the southern tip of Vancouver Island and boasts of having the most moderate weather in Canada. The scenery is also stunning with views of the ocean, snow-capped mountains and tall towering trees. With so much nature surrounding Victoria, it’s the perfect place for being outdoors.

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img_1937Yoho and Kootenay National Parks

Visited: September 2016 – 2 days

We flew into Calgary at the end of August to embark on a 12 day road trip across six national parks. Two of which are located in eastern British Columbia: Yoho and Kootenay, which are nestled right beside Banff and Jasper. Together these four national parks, along with three nearby provincial parks in British Columbia, form the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site.

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