Explore BC

Follow four travel bloggers—two teams of two—on a month-long adventure as they Explore BC and its many unique experiences.

Team Orca consists of Brendan and Rob, hailing from Rocky Mountain House and Ottawa, respectively. Both are seasoned world travellers and this will be the first time they’ll be meeting each other. Team Eagle is Dina and Ryan, a husband-and-wife duo from London, Ontario, who have visited more than 40 countries together since 2009, yet have never visited British Columbia.

Over the course of four weeks this summer, these four bloggers will attempt to experience much of what BC has to offer: everything from white-water rafting and whale watching to gliding and rock climbing; from winery tours and brewery tours to historic museums and aboriginal experiences. Be sure to follow the adventure on our Facebook page and have your say in where they go and what they do!


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From June 22-July 22, we sent four bloggers around the province to experience many of BC’s iconic (and off-the-beaten-path) destinations and activities. And that they did! In four weeks, Team Eagle & Team Orca travelled 7,729 kilometres (4,802 miles), visited 67 BC communities and experienced countless BC activities. Plus, for every 10 new Facebook fans during the campaign, we pledged to plant a tree with Tree Canada. We were able to plant nearly 800 of them – thank you!

Curious about where our bloggers went and what they saw? Read on (& check out their photos!):


Brendan and Rob visited the following communities:

Sidney - photos
Victoria - photos
Cowichan Bay - photos
Duncan - photos
Nanaimo - photos
Nanoose Bay - photos   
Parksville - photos
Ucluelet - photos
Tofino - photos
Qualicum Beach - photos
Campbell River - photos
Port McNeill - photos
Alert Bay - photos
Telegraph Cove - photos
Port Hardy - photos
Prince Rupert - photos
Skidegate (Haida Gwaii) - photos
Prince Rupert - photos
Terrace - photos
Stewart - photos
Hazelton - photos
Smithers - photos
Burns Lake - photos
Prince George - photos
Barkerville - photos
Wells - photos
Williams Lake
Pemberton - photos
Squamish - photos


Dina & Ryan visited the following communities:

Vancouver - photos
North Vancouver - photos
Whistler - photos
Lillooet - photos
108 Mile Ranch - photos
Clearwater - photos
Williams Lake - photos
Kamloops - photos
Salmon Arm - photos
Sicamous - photos
Craigellachie - photos
Revelstoke - photos
Golden - photos
Field - photos
Radium Hot Springs - photos
Fort Steele - photos
Creston - photos
Nelson - photos
Castlegar - photos
Rossland - photos
Osoyoos - photos
Keremeos - photos
Penticton - photos
Kelowna - photos
Hope - photos
Harrison Hot Springs - photos
Chilliwack - photos
Fort Langley - photos
Steveston - photos
Richmond - photos
Vancouver - photos

We recently had the pleasure of visiting a stunning part of British Columbia called Haida Gwaii. While we were there, we went for a tour with Morseby Explorers to visit The Ancient Village of Skedans on Louise Island.

We had a tour of the village and learned about the history of the place. The photo above is one of the villages frontal totem poles and each ring represents a potlatch that was hosted by the chief.

-Rob #TeamOrca

The top of Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler area of BC is still covered by snow in early summer like now. We never tried to jump high on snow before, because, well… it’s difficult, and the heavy winter coats often make us stiff. So here we go, took off our coat, and jumped as high as we can from 1 foot tall soft snow!

I think Ryan won! But, what about you? Can you jump higher than Ryan? On snow, of course!

~Team Eagle (Ryan and Dina VagabondQuest.com)

One thing that we love about BC is the wild life. We went to check out the Painted Chasm near Clinton today, and we saw 3 wild goats relaxing on a rock outcrop. Here’s one of them. A beauty, isn’t it!

~Team Eagle (Ryan and Dina VagabondQuest.com)

"Great Times are Waiting"
BC Place, Vancouver’s stadium - The sign really speaks to us!

~Team Eagle (Ryan and Dina VagabondQuest.com)

When you come to Vancouver you have to dive into deep dishes of sushi. That said, don’t get too crazy with your order because at the all you can eat, you have to pay if you can’t finish and when you’re staring down the table at countless rolls and you’re already full, it’s not pretty!

Posted by Rob of #TeamOrca from Stophavingaboringlife.com

Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood, the trendy Gastown, on Saturday night. Pretty, isn’t it!

~Team Eagle (Ryan and Dina VagabondQuest.com)

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