British Columbia Car Rentals
Experience British Columbia in one of our rental cars.
British Columbia is known for its awesome scenery and rich multicultural history. As Canada's westernmost province, the area is rich in mountain ranges, including The Coast Mountain Range and the Insular Mountains that form Vancouver Island. There's also the rolling grasslands and forests as well as a segment of the continent's Great Interior Plains referred to as Peace River country, which lies in the north-eastern corner. If you're traveling to this beautiful region, consider opting for a British Columbia car rental to navigate you and your family through this geographically stunning location.
Once you've found the perfect Vancouver rental car for your brood, burn off some energy in Vancouver at Playland Amusement Park. This kid-friendly location has more than 35 rides, games and Pacific Adventure Golf. It's also home to Kids Playce, a special zone filled with soft-play areas and rides for younger children. MacMillen Space Center and Science World British Columbia for some educational fun for the whole family.
Head up to the coast in your British Columbia rental car just two hours north to Whistler. Here you'll find outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy. Take the kids skiing in some of Whistler's 8,100 acres of snow-covered slopes and terrain parks. The mountains include marked trails for all ability levels. If you'd like to see the sight of the 2010 Olympic Games, Whistler offers tours of the Olympic Park and Plaza, and you can also check out the Olympic Museum. If you can sneak away from the kids for a bit, take a tour of the Whistler Brewing Company, which includes a comprehensive explanation of the brewing process, a tour of the craft brewing facility
On the last leg of the journey in your trusty British Columbia rental car, take the family to the province's capital city, Victoria. The kids will love all that Victoria has to offer, including the Victoria Bug Zoo and the Beacon Hill Children's Zoo. If your family is old enough for extreme activities, take them on a ziplinig tour or to the British Columbia Parliament Building. There's also opportunities to go orca whale watching. You'll find all of this on a trip to Race Rocks Ecological Reserve, the most southern part of Vancouver Island and of Canada on the Pacific coast.