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3 British Columbia Arts & Culture Road Trip Destinations

An early summer campaign by Destination British Columbia is promoting the province’s arts, culture and history.

The province’s official tourism organization markets six unique regions: Vancouver, Coast & Mountains, Vancouver Island, Thompson Okanagan, Northern British Columbia, Cariboo Chilcotin Coast and the Kooteany Rockies.

Check out these three supernatural regions of British Columbia that make for great summer road trips. They offer unique landscapes and pieces of nature as well as arts, culture and history to discover:

Northern British Columbia

“Take a road trip through Northern British Columbia’s Bulkey Valley to discover how the region’s vast nature inspires its local artists. Visit Moricetown, ‘Ksan Historical Village, and the Kispiox Valley Music Festival to experience the traditions and cultures of the area’s Aboriginal peoples.”

Cariboo Region

“Take a road trip through British Columbia’s Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region to discover the area’s stunning scenery, thriving artisan communities and rich past. Visit Barkerville Historic Town, Artswells in Wells, Xatsull Heritage Village in Williams Lake and the unique Aboriginal experience of Xwisten Experience Tours in Lillooet”

West Kootenays

“Take a road trip to British Columbia’s Kootenay Rockies region to discover the area’s charming heritage architecture and thriving arts and culture scene. Experience the Artwalk in Nelson, ride the Kootenay Lake Ferry to visit the artisans of Crawford Bay, meet the wildlife artists of Creston Valley, and take in the Sculpturewalk in Castlegar.”



Written by Amar Mirchandani @amarmirch

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