348 Kms from Kamloops
So I went to Canada with my family this summer. We were driving from Vernon, BC to Vancouver and we didn't have a place to stay in Vancouver so we decided to book by air BNB. We knew that it was easy and the app was amazing. Plus we would get our own home and a huge place to stay. But there was a small problem with this, my parents were a little skeptical because they hadn't used the app before and we all know how Indian parents are when it comes to online shopping or online payments. So my parents thought that we could ask the homestay lady to allow us to pay by cash when we reached the spot. She was really sweet and she told us that she'd keep the house on hold for us.
128 Kms from Kamloops
From downtown Kelowna, the Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park is a short 25 minute drive up into the surrounding hillside through rolling vineyards and past several amazing lookout points. The road is partially paved, while the last eight kilometers are grated dirt road and quite rugged. As such, a vehicle with a higher clearance is recommended (our SUV worked well). Although we did see many cars make the trip, slower driving is a must to ensure you don’t bottom out on some of the bigger potholes. As for signage, the road is clearly marked with blue signs directing visitors to the Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park and making navigation simple.
299 Kms from Kamloops
Most known for its winter season, Whistler has a vast array of summer activities to participate in along with a quaint ski town atmosphere. We’ll travel the Sea to Sky Highway with magnificent views and the possibility to see whales and bald eagles. Whether you want to mountain bike, ride ATVs, or ride Peak to Peak on the Gondola, Whistler is a must-do city.
352 Kms from Kamloops
Jasper is a small town with a lot of places to see. It has a huge candy shop in the middle of the city which is extremely popular for children’s sour candy. It is like the Willy Wonka shops that all children dream of. The candy shop has a wide variety of chocolates. It is popular throughout the city. It is simply called ‘candy shop’. There is a pizzeria right near the Candy shop and It claims to have the best pizza in all of Alberta. Try for yourself and tell us about what you think!