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The British Columbia Tour via Vancouver (Part I)

Estimated Travel Period: 14 Days, about 14 hours 20 mins
Estimated Travel Distance: 1,033 kms

Best Time To Travel

This tour is best down anytime from late Spring (April to May) to mid-Autumn (September to October). Summer (June to August) offers plenty of sunny days, so make sure you have sunblock and a hat for your outdoor activities. Read Tips On Packing For Your Self-Drive Holiday In Canada.

Get a chance to see the natural attractions of British Columbia in a tour that highlights its beautiful cities and rustic towns.
MyDriveHoliday makes planning for your self-drive getaway all too easy. We have already highlighted the great places to see and things to do for this itinerary, and have been made a list of awesome RV Parks to stay in along the way. Still searching for a motorhome? Vancouver RV Rental has the best vehicles from top Canadian brands. 

Day 1 Vancouver to Surrey

Estimated Travel Period: about 40 mins
Estimated Travel Distance:43 kms

Have a picnic at the Peace Arch Provincial Park where you can see the Peace Arch, a monument built on the United States-Canada boundary.

Day 2 Surrey to Harrison Hot Springs

Estimated Travel Period: about 1 hour 40 mins
Estimated Travel Distance:105 kms

Do the Miami Bridges Hike and follow a beautiful forested walk to the base of the Agassiz Mountain.

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Day 3 Harrison Hot Springs

Estimated Travel Period: 34 minutes
Estimated Travel Distance:23.4 kms

Get some healing from the hot mineral waters of the springs that gave the community its name.

Day 4 Harrison Hot Springs to Princeton

Estimated Travel Period: about 2 hours 35 mins
Estimated Travel Distance:174 kms

Get a chance to view a fossil collection, some beautiful butterflies and local artifacts at the Princeton Museum.

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Day 5 Princeton

Estimated Travel Period: 5 minutes
Estimated Travel Distance:3.9 kms

Camp out at the Princeton Castle Resort to enjoy a warm day on its sandy beach.

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Day 6 Princeton to Penticton

Estimated Travel Period: about 1 hour 40 mins
Estimated Travel Distance:112 kms

Visit the SS Sicamous, a 1914 sternwheeler that now serves as a marine museum or enjoy several water activities available in the area.

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Day 7 Penticton

Estimated Travel Period: 5 minutes
Estimated Travel Distance:350 meters

Penticton is a city in Okanagan Valley, the home to Canada's famous wineries, vineyards and best culinary experiences. You may also go rock climbing at the Skaha Bluffs or take on the Kettle Valley Railway Trail.

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