British Columbia is a Canadian province north of Seattle Washington. It is a place rich in fruit-laden orchards, wildlife, bubbling hot springs and lakes teeming with many types of fish. Its laid-back lifestyle makes it a great place to explore and be enjoyed by a group in a charter bus. British Columbia offers many options for group tours and back country trails with its ski resorts, vineyards, numerous parks and white water rapids.
You can choose to explore Vancouver, its Coast & Mountains Region for a trip along ocean routes flanked by mountains with lots of adventure and culture from a cosmopolitan to country experience. Vancouver Island is another region featuring diverse island ecosystems you and your group will cherish. The Thompson Okanagan region is a year-round interesting destination with glimpses of fruit-laden orchards in the summer and snow-covered slopes in winter. The Northern British Columbia Region is for eco-enthusiasts, with wilderness habitats and wildlife scenes in its many parks system. Another Region worth exploring is the Cariboo_Chilcotin Coast with its cowboy culture and outdoor activities like fishing, camping and paddling. The Kootenay Rockies is another interesting region featuring hot springs, pristine lakes and alpine villages with lots of biking and hiking trails.
British Columbia has a variety of Driving Routes with amazing sceneries that you can plan visiting with your group’s charter japanese used buses. British Columbia has an extensive informational website with interactive Driving Route maps that can help you in planning the trip of a lifetime.
The Thompson Okanagan is an extremely varied region in British Columbia that is ideal for a road tour. In the northern part of this region is the Canadian Rockies’ highest mountain while the southern part features a desert environment. The rich Thompson Okanagan region is a wine producing region with orchards or apples, peaches and apricot-bearing trees. The Okanagan is a wide 200 km. stretch of Valley from the eastern Monashee Mountains to the western Cascade Mountains. Winters are mild in the south and frigid in the north with a network of rivers and lakes and mountain ranges of 902 ft to 7,559 ft.
In the southwestern portion of the Thompson Okanagan is the Similkameen Valley bounded by verdant mountain ranges. The Thompson River defines the Thompson-Nicola area stretching from the Rocky Mountains’ North Continental Range to historical gold rush towns and ranches in its southern portion. This is a place that is cold in winter, but hot in summer.
The countryside can be explored by following a circle route from Armstrong riding a charter bus. British Columbia has enchanting orchards and farms with pretty valleys. Your group can enjoy apples and other fruits at a u-pick farm, get some farm-fresh honey, or enjoy hiking on local trails. From Armstrong, country roads will take you to the Historic O’Keefe Ranch, where you will spot cattle and horses in open grassland and pick pumpkins and vegetables. A start from Penticton to the Green Lake and White Lake roads leads to artist studios, wineries and an astrophysical observatory. There is nothing like chartering a bus to enjoy scenic routes and travelling with a group.