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Osoyoos

 
Osoyoos Osoyoos is a town in the southern part of the Okanagan Valley near British Columbia's border with Washington state. It is in a region that is sometimes considered the only desert in Canada. Because of its popularity as a recreational area with residents from elsewhere in British Columbia and especially Alberta, its population swells in the summer months. ==== OSOYOOS - ATTRACTION Osoyoos Lake - The lake is surrounded by many beautiful beaches and picnic grounds, such as Gyro Beach, Lions Centennial Park, Kinsmens Park, Legion Beach and Hayne's Point Picnic Ground. ...
 

Parksville

 
Parksville Parksville is a city on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada. Parksville's best-known annual event, since 1982, is a sandcastle-building competition in the summer. ==== PARKSVILLE - SIGHTSEEING Parksville has fantastic sandy beaches, warm waters and scenery this place is a stop over no one should over look. Two gently sloping sandy beaches, Parksville Beach and Rathtrevor Beach (part of Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park), have been the town's main attractions....
 

Penticton

 
Penticton Penticton is a city in south central British Columbia, Canada between Okanagan Lake and Skaha Lake. The name Penticton is derived from a word in the Salish language, and it is roughly translated as a place to stay forever. Its main industries are tourism, fruit and wine, making it a fun place to spend some time in the summer. ==== PENTICTION - ATTRACTION There are dozens of vineyards within 20 minutes' drive of downtown, two main beaches, endless biking and hiking opportunities, and plenty of watering holes. ==== PENTICTION - WHEN TO GO All the tourist traffic can be overwhelming in July and August, but the shoulder seasons of April-June and September provide the opportunity to enjoy the region withou...
 

Nelson

 
Nelson Nelson is a city located in the Selkirk Mountains on the extreme west arm of Kootenay Lake in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada. Known as The Queen City and acknowledged for its impressive collection of restored heritage buildings, Nelson is the seat of the Regional District of Central Kootenay. Nelson has earned a reputation as a cultural centre. The downtown area is packed with good restaurants, cafes, coffee houses, local shops, small art galleries, and impromptu theatre venues. ==== NELSON - ATTRACTION The annual Shambhala Music Festival, an internationally known artistic music festival held in August at the Salmo River Ranch. It is also home to Whitewater Ski Resort and the Nelson Brewing...
 

Vernon

 
Vernon Vernon is a city in the south-central region of British Columbia, Canada. For many thousands of years parts of the Okanagan Valley were occupied by the Interior Salish people. Fur traders first arrived in 1811. The earliest development occurred alongside Swan Lake. Each winter, Vernon plays host to the Vernon Winter Carnival. First held in 1961, it is now Western Canada's largest, and North America's second largest Winter Carnival. ==== VERNON - ATTRACTION Vernon is known for its lakes and beaches in the summer, and skiing and hockey in the winter. It is therefore a year-round tourist destination and weekend get-away for people from Vancouver and Calgary. One of the most popular winter sports in Vernon is...
 

Charlottetown

 
Charlottetown Charlottetown is the capital of the province of Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown was first incorporated as a town in 1855 and designated as a city in 1885. It is also the county seat of Queens County. Charlottetown has an uncommonly diverse collection of resources and facilities- shopping, dining, culture, sports - for a city of its size. On The Island, it is only in Charlottetown that you will find a Thai restaurant, a Taiwanese tea house, national chains local outlets, and a national arts centre. ==== CHARLOTTETOWN - SIGHTSEEING Charlottetown is a popular destination in eastern Canada for visitors from other Maritime provinces, central Canada and the northeastern United States, as the city has a central loc...
 

Nova Scotia

 
Nova Scotia The history and culture of Nova Scotia are very much connected to the sea. You can hike along miles of natural shoreline, go ocean kayaking or whale watching. The city of Halifax awaits you. Visit the historic Citadel, or take a trip to the famous Peggy's Cove. Nearby is Lunenburg where the architecture has made it a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the northeast corner of the province is the Cabot Trail which leads you through Acadian villages to the Cape Breton Highlands. Another trail is the Evangeline Trail which takes you from Yarmouth on the southwest tip of the province, along the coast of the Bay of Fundy, through the sunny Annapolis Valley to the suburbs of Halifax. Nova Scotia's greatest asset thou...
 

British Columbia

 
British Columbia From snowy Rocky Mountain slopes to sunny beaches in downtown Vancouver, Canada's southwest coast offers an unparalleled tourist destination. Whatever excitement you crave, you'll find it in super, natural British Columbia. Shouldering the Pacific Ocean on the western coast of Canada, British Columbia (BC) is perhaps the country's most culturally and topographically diverse province. Its ethnic depth and scenic beauty are simply astounding. Not only does the province have one of the country's highest rates of foreign immigration (and wonderful communities and traditions that accompany this), but it's also home to countless waterways, mountains, farmlands, forests and cities. In one trip to the province, a vis...
 

Lake Louise

 
Lake Louise Lake Louise is a beautiful mountain lake in the middle of Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies . The lake is surrounded by snow-capped peaks, and at the far end is a large glacier. The lake is quite isolated, but provides a magnificent setting for a luxury resort, the Chateau Lake Louise. Canada's Diamond in the Wilderness, and the Hiking Capital of Canada. This area offers a tremendous diversity of recreational and sightseeing opportunities. Lake Louise is home to one of North America's finest downhill ski areas, and has numerous hiking and walking trails. The region abounds with spectacular scenery, from glaciers to waterfalls. The Village of Lake Louise is on the Trans-Canada Highway fifty-seven kil...
 

Lund

 
Lund Located at Mile 0 of Highway 101 on Western Canada's Sunshine Coast north of Vancouver, BC, the tiny fishing village of Lund is a popular destination for boaters, kayakers, hikers, bird watchers, scuba divers and sport fishers. There is an historic hotel, a campground/RV park and a few cottage rentals in the area. Several restaurants serve fresh fare, and there is water taxi service to tropical Savary Island which boasts white sandy beaches and warm summer waters. The hotel, general store and post office are open year round, as are the bakery and pub. Lund is the gateway to world famous Desolation Sound, and many boats dock for the night at the public wharf in the deep water harbour while on their way to or ...
 

 

 

 

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