Vancouver Island is an outdoor playground, attracting adventure seekers, extreme athletes and wilderness lovers from around the world. Vancouver Island is the largest island in North America, and continues to retain the prestigious and long-time status as the Best Island... Read More >
Whether by bus, car, plane or train, people are always gearing up for their next travelling adventure. Where will they go? What will they see? What informs their travelling decisions? Reports and surveys show that people are taking the greener... Read More >
Canadian tourism businesses are wondering, “Does being known as a green business really pay off? Is spending money to become more energy efficient or donating to local conservation efforts really worth it?” The answer is yes, and there is much... Read More >
A blue heron perches on a rock between the Royston Wrecks and K’omoks estuary, which also happens to be directly in front of Royston House B&B. This Comox Valley Bed and Breakfast was awarded Green Tourism Gold this past January,... Read More >
With 4 cabins set on 42 acres of private forest at the foot of the Selkirk mountains, Logden Lodge offers a unique backcountry holiday experience in the Central Kootenay region of BC.
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Owners Paul and Annelies are doing... Read More >
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