Admire the natural beauty of British Columbia with these stunning virtual tours (VIDEOS)

Apr 30 2020, 9:36 pm

British Columbia is internationally renowned as having some of the most iconic and stunning natural scenery and landscapes in the world.

While we may not be able to travel right now, you can still experience the magnificent views of dense green forests, idyllic rivers, seas, and lakes, and majestic mountain tops from the comfort of your home through online virtual tours.

If anything, these digital destination videos will feed your wanderlust and have you planning a future trip to British Columbia for as soon as you possibly can.

Here are some virtual tours of beautiful British Columbia that are sure to take your breath away.

Harrison River Valley

Explore the vast wilderness of the Harrison River Valley from sparkling lakes, outstanding forests, and astounding mountain backdrops while experiencing the lives of the Sts’ ailes people who have occupied the land for thousands of years. The video takes viewers across a variety of landscapes from idyllic waterfalls to a pristine golf course, to a group of kayakers paddling in the ocean. It’s enough to inspire anyone to want to visit.


Virtually board the ferry and indulge in exploring the gift shop and admire the ocean views along the way. This virtual tour features stunning drone footage of the parliament buildings, Victoria Harbour, the charming and beautiful Butchart Gardens, and many other stops along the way. The virtual tour provides a well-encompassed overview of what visitors can expect when journeying to British Columbia’s capital city.


In this virtual tour, viewers can gaze in amazement at the surrounding mountains and waters of Howe Sound from atopĀ Mount Habrich. The destination travellers are transported to when they take the Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish. Admire the snowy peaks and expansive forests as you are transported across theĀ Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge. It’s almost as if you are really there.

Golden Ears Provincial Park – Maple Ridge

Although the park is currently closed, you can still experience its iconic beauty with this virtual tour. One of the largest parks in all of British Columbia, Golden Ears Provincial Park in Maple Ridge, is home to a variety of gorgeous natural wonders, including waterfalls, forests, and various hiking trails. The virtual tour features awe-inspiring aerial footage of the park that serves as a significant source for travel inspiration for the future.


Whistler is known primarily for having some of the most idyllic skiing and snowboarding conditions not only in British Columbia but in the world. However, the scenery is beautiful throughout the year, regardless of the season. This virtual tour takes users on an expedition to admire some of its most iconic scenery with a particular highlight on Whistler Village. Even looking at this footage makes you feel warm and cozy inside as you feel inspired to plan your next adventurous escape.

Emily RumballEmily Rumball

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