Vancouver is a city surrounded by natural wonders; the stunning view of the city invites to exploration and offers outdoor adventures for every interest: from skiing and snowboarding to kayaking, canoeing, beach volleyball, cycling, hiking tours or you can just relax with friends at the local beaches.
Vancouver hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics and ranked one of the best cities to live in. It is a place like no other! It is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in Canada as 52% of its residents have a first language other than English. It is consistently named as one of the top five worldwide cities to live in for its quality of life.
The type of weather in Vancouver is a lot milder than most other parts of Canada; you can enjoy outdoor activities most of the year! The most humid months are November to February, and these are typically also the coolest months, with an average temperature of 6°C. The hottest months are July to September where the average summer temperature is around 20°C.
You can also experience Vancouver’s urban culture and visit the city’s many museums, art galleries, nightclubs, restaurants, coffee shops, festivals and more!