3 Amazing Places you can take your International Student to in British Columbia
Canada is stunning from East to West. Today we focus on the West Coast and the amazing things it has to offer.
If you are hosting and you currently live out West, these may be staple places that you and your family visit regularly and have become accustomed to. If you are not from out West, this is a stunning trip to see more of Canada and how it differs from anywhere else.
The West Coast of Canada is best known for its breathtaking mountains.
Therefore the first place you should visit is Whistler Blackcomb.
With it’s world renowned ski hills in the winter, and all terrain hiking trails in the summer, there is never a bad time to visit. The Whistler village is also one of the many perks about visiting this area. It truly is a one stop destination and great for any type of traveler.
Secondly, a trip or visit to British Columbia would not be complete without a trip to the capital, Victoria. There are a few different places close to this area that are also a must see. The Butchart Gardens are floral displays located near Victoria on Vancouver Island. There are also lovely museums and national parks located close to the water which lends to beautiful beaches.
Last but definitely not least, Vancouver is a fabulous place to visit as well. Stanley Park is a national park great for roller skating, walking, biking and maybe even a picnic. If you are up for more thrilling sights, you can visit the Capilano Suspension bridge. Both of those options are great plans, but also there is so much more.
So why wait? Take a visit there now!