1. Haida Gwaii
It is an ancient culture of the Haida First Nation. It is surrounded by a rich marine environment on magical islands. Gwaii Haanas is a highly protected area overseen jointly by Parks Canada and the Haida Nation. There are natural scenery and cultural treasures, including ancient totems that are slowly decaying and being reclaimed by the land.
It is modern with a culture city. In Vancouver, you can shop on famous Robson Street, and exploring historic Gastown. Also, you can catch a glimpse of the Pacific Ocean or the rainforest-covered Coast Mountains from almost anywhere in the city. If you want, you can rent a kayak and paddle scenic beauty ocean. In winter and early spring, you can ski in the North Shore Mountains.
3. The Canadian Rockies Mountains
In BC, Rocky Mountains stretches the entire length of the province. UNESCO established the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site along the BC/Alberta border, in part because of this spectacular beauty. The area is also globally significant because of the Burgess Shale fossil site, which shows in amazing detail what the Earth was like more than half a billion years ago. If you enjoy driving, it is a good idea driving this path.
4. Great Bear Rainforest
It is a largest intact coastal temperate rainforest to a revered and protected wilderness area. This section of BC’s Central Coast is remote and there are few roads within its boundaries. It is also home to an abundance of marine life. It is over six million hectares (16 million acres). Many of the small communities in the area are accessible only by ferry, boat or plane, while Highway 20 reaches the coast at Bella Coola.