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THE SPARKLING HILL RESORT VIDEO
Nestled into the spectacular Okanagan region of British Columbia, the Sparkling Hill Resort is a 152-room resort and wellness hotel that offers traditional treatments, including reflexology, aromatherapy, soothing moor mud wraps and therapeutic massages, along with a complete aesthetics program. In addition, Sparkling Hill is enthusiastic to introduce North Americans to new and unique treatments that will stimulate their wellbeing and go well beyond the norm of current industry offerings.
BC FERRIES VIDEO
The most popular way to get around between Vancouver Island, mainland British Columbia and Washington State is by vehicle and passenger ferries, operated by BC Ferries. Each day, dozens of ferries cross the straits, granting stunning views of the rocky coastline, forested islands and inlets to all who sail. In pleasant weather, passengers fill the decks to enjoy the passing scenery.
SUMMER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA VIDEO
British Columbia is the astonishingly geographically-diverse province that forms Canada’s west coast. People come here to bask in the glorious panoramas that encompass huge mountain peaks, unspoiled Pacific Ocean beaches and thousands of square miles of accessible pristine wilderness.
REVELSTOKE VIDEO
Revelstoke was proclaimed “The Capital of Canada’s Alps” and was known as “The Mountain Paradise” in the early 1900s. It’s a city that’s rich in history; a revitalization project has restored over two dozen heritage buildings from the Victorian era to their original splendor. The area’s beauty and history is reflected in the art you’ll come across in galleries and gift shops, and you can take a trip back to the days of steam with a visit to the railway museum.
STANLEY PARK VIDEO
One of the city’s jewels is Stanley Park, just minutes west of downtown Vancouver. At 1,000 acres, it is larger than New York’s Central Park, to which it can be compared. The road that circles the park provides spectacular views across Burrard Inlet and a seven-mile-long seawall promenade for pedestrians and cyclists offers an even more exhilarating series of seascapes.
VANCOUVER AQUARIUM VIDEO
One of the attractions in Stanley Park is the award-winning Vancouver Aquarium and Marine Science Center, which has an impressive collection of Pacific sea life. It’s possible to take a “behind the scenes” personally-guided tour, and get as up close and personal with some of the sharks, beluga whales and wolf eels as you care to. You can watch the playful antics of sea otters, view whales and dolphins both above and below water, and delight in the acrobatics of seals and sea lions at play.
CAPILANO SUSPENSION BRIDGE VIDEO
Just ten minutes from downtown, the Capilano Suspension Bridge is Vancouver’s oldest attraction. The original bridge was built in the late 1800s and the one that you see here today is the fourth to be put up at this location. It’s 450 feet across and suspended 230 feet above the Capilano River, and bordered by a nature park that provides a tranquil retreat. Colorful totem poles surround the Capilano Trading Post, perched on the edge of a canyon.
VANCOUVER VIDEO
On the western side of Canada’s Rocky Mountains, Vancouver is a vast and beautiful outdoor playground encompassing the full gamut of outdoor adventures. It’s likened to Hong Kong – or at least a Western version - with a busy cruise and commercial port in the Burrard Inlet. Greater Vancouver’s more than 1.75 million people comprise one of the most cosmopolitan mix of nationalities in the world.
GRANVILLE ISLAND VIDEO
Since 1979, Vancouverites have been reclaiming waterfront's industrial land on both sides of False Creek. The south side was virtually an industrial wasteland under the Granville Bridge. Now, Granville Island is a spectacular shopping, dining and entertainment market that is easily reached by car, bus, boat or bike, from any part of the city. A scenic way to get there is to ride the tiny Aquabus ferries from Vancouver’s downtown core and enjoy the waterfront landscape as you travel to this bustling tourist and shopper’s haven.
GROUSE MOUNTAIN VIDEO
The attraction of Grouse Mountain dates back to 1894 when a party of pioneer hikers made their first ascent up the slopes. After shooting a blue grouse, they named the rugged peak “Grouse Mountain.” North America’s first double chair lift was installed here in 1949 and 17 years later, in 1966, Canada’s largest aerial tramway, the Blue Skyride, was completed.
BUTCHART GARDENS VIDEO
One of the world’s greatest horticultural adventures is just outside Victoria. The Butchart Gardens are a world-class family-owned attraction that consists of 55 acres of flowers and plants divided into five spectacular theme gardens. Stroll through an elaborate rose garden and savor not only the sights, but also the exotic fragrances. There is an Italian garden, a Japanese garden, formal plantings, vast expanses of perfectly groomed lawns and elaborate fountains.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER ISLAND VIDEO
At the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is not only the provincial capital, but also the most British flavored city in Canada. In 1843, Victoria was established by the Hudson’s Bay Company as a British fur-trading post. By the late 1800s, the Gold Rush Era had left its stamp on the city with a growing population and a bustling market square. Many of the buildings from that colorful time in history have survived to this day.