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British Columbia Holidays

Stanley Park, British Columbia, Canada

British Columbia is what self-driving and getting off the grid in Canada is all about. Walks, wilderness, mountains, coastlines and a laid-back style of living awaits in this beautiful state, no matter what you’re travelling for. Want to take your family horse riding through the pine trees? Maybe share the laughs as you attempt to get upright on a stand-up paddleboard for the first time? Or perhaps you prefer to be pampered in a tranquil forest spa, or sip wines in the Okanagan Valley. Whatever you want for your holiday, your dedicated Flight Centre Travel Expert will be able to help you choose a British Columbia holiday that suits you.

Popular British Columbia Holidays

From farm-to-table wining and dining in Kelowna, to the slopes of Whistler and the beaches of Osoyoo Lake, this region is ripe for exploration. So pull on your walking boots and make the most of it with our range of Journeys holidays. Designed by our Experts, these tailor-made British Columbia holidays take in a number of the region’s best destinations, and include everything from flights to hand-picked hotels, car hire and unique experiences. For more ideas or to create your own itinerary, talk to our Travel Experts today.

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Where to Go in British Columbia

Most holidays to British Columbia will begin in Vancouver where you can experience one of the world’s most liveable cities. From there, you can hire a car and drive eastwards towards Yoho National Park, or head north in search of ski-worthy peaks at Whistler and the elusive spirit bear in Klemtu.

More About British Columbia

Capital City: Victoria

Currency: Canadian dollar

Language: English

Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required

Getting There

Flight time: The London to Vancouver flight time is 9 hours 25 minutes

Main Airport: Vancouver International Airport

Visas: British Citizens require a tourist eTA visa, which you can apply for online.

Top 3 Things to Do in British Columbia

  • See whales off Vancouver Island
  • Ski or hike the mountains of Whistler
  • Sip delicious wines in the beautiful Okanagan Valley

When to Go to British Columbia

Around Vancouver, British Columbia enjoys a temperate climate, bringing mild winters with plenty of snow for skiers, and sunny summers – perfect for hiking. There’s a delightful lack of rain here as precipitation from the Pacific Ocean heads inland and falls as snow over the Rocky Mountains. The spring and autumn are a particularly great time to visit, as the weather and landscapes are pleasant and there are fewer crowds.

Why Book Your British Columbia Holiday With Flight Centre

British Columbia Journeys Holidays: Our range of tailor-made British Columbia holidays called Journeys include all the best bits you expect from a trip – flights, accommodation and transfers – not to mention some great tours and experiences.

Local knowledge: With Experts in Canada and in the UK, we’ll not only tailor make an itinerary for you, but also offer local tips and advice to ensure you get the best out of your British Columbia holiday.   

Flexibility: We offer flexible deposits, the opportunity to pay the balance of your holiday just 10 weeks before departure and fixed change and cancellation fees.

Flight Centre concierge and 24/7 Emergency Assistance Service: If you book a British Columbia holiday with us you’ll have access to our dedicated concierge and our 24/7 Emergency Assist service.