Tourist Places

Modern & Contemporary Designed home, Enter off of Allman Street and corner lot at Cul de sac, Ample Parking, Located on high side with stunning view of the mountains!



Downtown Vancouver is the main city centre and central business district of the city, Metro Vancouver, and the Lower Mainland regions. It is a place where everyone is welcome and wants to be. With endless options for  activities, sights and attractions, Vancouver is a city that begs to be explored. By coach or minibus,  horse-drawn carriage or helicopter, bicycle or on foot. On your own, as a couple, group or family.  Whatever your style, your choices for fun, excitement and enjoyment are limitless! 




Whistler is a town north of Vancouver, British Columbia, that's home to Whistler Blackcomb, one of the largest ski resorts in North America. Besides skiing and snowboarding, the area offers snowshoeing, tobogganing and ski jumping at the Olympic Park, a venue for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. It is Canada’s favourite year-round destination. Dive in and discover Whistler for yourself




Victoria, capital of British Columbia, sits on the craggy southern end of Vancouver Island. With abundant parkland, it’s known for outdoor activities. The city's British colonial past shows in its Victorian architecture, including stately Craigdarroch Castle mansion. Butchart Gardens, with 55 acres of vivid floral displays, plus statuary, water features and a carousel, is one of many formal gardens in the city.


Tofino is a small district on Vancouver Island. It sprawls on a peninsula within Clayoquot Sound, characterised by wild natural scenery including lakes, inlets and ancient rainforest. Sandy beaches with year-round surfing facilities include Cox Bay, Chesterman Beach and popular Long Beach. The town centre is characterised by art galleries, parks and boutiques. The harbourfront offers kayaking and boat cruises to see humpback whales, sea lions and the black bears that roam the peninsula's rocky shoreline. 




Kelowna is a city in the south of Canada’s British Columbia province. It’s in the Okanagan Valley, surrounded by provincial parks, pine forest, vineyards, orchards and mountains. More than 20 local vineyards offer wine tours and tastings. Many of Kelowna’s lakeside parks have sandy beaches. Golf, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, diving and fishing are all popular. There are cycling and hiking trails such as the Kettle Valley Rail Trail in Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park. Mountain resorts cater for downhill and cross-country skiers in winter.