Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver has an endless supply of attractions and things to see and do. It doesn’t matter what time of day or what time of year – whether you want to be indoors or out, active or a spectator, spend a lot of money or none at all – Vancouver has it all!

Vancouver’s hotels, restaurants, and business community offer outstanding levels of service and product quality. Meeting your needs and exceeding your expectations is a top priority of Vancouver’s businesses, providing friendly assistance every step of your trip. And with a consistently advantageous exchange rate on the Canadian dollar, you can have a world-class experience with superior value for your money!

A cosmopolitan city right on the edge of nature, Vancouver makes it easy to combine an urban getaway with outdoor adventure. From family-friendly fun to thrill-seeking exploits; from marine exploring to mountaintop luxury, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Vancouver. With quick and easy access to Whistler, the Canadian Rockies, Victoria, Vancouver Island, and of course, endless year-round water and land sports, whether you’re looking for extreme sports or family fun, you’ll find your personal adventure here. Vancouver is also the home port for Alaska cruises May through October.

Young, pioneering, and surrounded by stunning natural surroundings, Vancouver offers unparalleled destination value and one of the most cohesive and supportive hospitality networks in the world. A diverse city on the edge of spectacular nature offers planners a wide range of facilities, services, and experiences, while our stunning scenery, world-class dining, and renowned sightseeing draws in delegates to beat previous attendance records. With North America’s second-largest west coast airport, Vancouver is easily accessible from all corners of the globe. Now it’s your turn: visit Vancouver and experience for yourself a meeting destination unlike any other.

Warmed by Pacific Ocean currents and protected by a range of mountains, Vancouver’s weather is mild year-round. From high 70’s Fahrenheit (low 20’s Celsius) in summer to a mild mid 40’s Fahrenheit (0º to 5º Celsius) in winter, the climate is always hospitable. Our winters are wet, but it rarely snows, except on our local ski hills. When it’s sunny, take a dip in the Kitsilano pool, join a game of beach volleyball, or rollerblade through Stanley Park Seawall. In the rain, peruse great works of fine art at the Vancouver Art Gallery, revel in retail bliss at Pacific Centre, and learn all about nature and science at Science World. No matter the weather, there’s always something to do in Vancouver!