ready for an exhilarating adventure - a spectacular
journey from sea to sky...Destination: British Columbia,
From snowy Rocky Mountain slopes to sunny beaches in
downtown Vancouver, Canada's west coast province offers
an unparalleled tourist destination. Whatever excitement
you crave, you'll find it in super, natural British
Campgrounds in British Columbia are as varied as the
wonderful terrain in which they are located. Campers
can pitch tents in forestry recreation sites, private
campsites and alongside lakes or rivers, but the real
camping highlight is a space in one of British Columbia's
magnificent provincial park campgrounds!!
Follow this link to select a Provincial
Park Campground in the provincial park system, or
choose a private campground by searching our database
British Columbia also has a full range of accommodation
choices. Throughout British Columbia, an Approved Accommodation
sign is awarded to tourist accommodations that have
met Tourism British Columbia's standards of courtesy,
comfort and cleanliness. Many establishments currently
display the Approved Accommodation sign. Wherever and
whenever you travel, especially during peak season,
it is best to book in advance.
on the menu bar to search our database of Bed and Breakfasts,
Hotels and Motels, Cabins and Cottages, Resorts and
Lodges, Hostels and Inns, Guest Farms and Fishing Lodgings
in British Columbia.
If there is any doubt in your mind as to the beauty
of British Columbia, visit our Photo
Gallery, use our free Postcard
service, or download a free Screensaver
- and then book your accommodation!
establishment generally requires the equivalent
of the daily rate to hold the reservation. Hotels,
motels and other lodgings are required to list room
rates on a rate card conspicuously displayed in
each room. When reserving accommodation, it is recommended
that you ask for the establishment's cancellation
and refund policy.
Campground/RV site rates and policy notices must
be posted conspicuously in the registration area.
8% Hotel Room Tax is levied on all BC Accommodation,
with the exception of campgrounds and houseboats.
Local Municipal Government, where approved, levies
an additional 2% tourism tax on accommodation bills.