As the COVID-19 curve flattens in British Columbia, we are excited to see our attractions and businesses reopen for our community! Phase 3 means that responsible travel in British Columbia outside of your own community is now approved, and you can plan and book now with flexible cancellation and refund policies from our accommodation providers. Start planning your next trip to Vancouver’s North Shore with our guide below.
Please refer to the Destination BC COVID-19 Update page for the most up-to-date information on travelling in BC.
One, two, and three day itineraries based on your interests!
Close to nature but far from average – welcome back to the parks and beaches of Vancouver’s North Shore.
Enjoy socially-distant activities and attractions.
Many attractions have now reopened with enhanced cleaning and distancing measures for your safety!
District of West Vancouver – https://westvancouver.ca/news/covid-19-updates
City of North Vancouver – https://www.cnv.org/city-services/health-and-public-safety/emergency-preparedness/covid-19
District of North Vancouver – https://www.dnv.org/programs-services/covid-19-updates-and-closures
North Shore Culture Compass (Digital Map with operating status of cultural experiences) – https://www.northshoreculturecompass.ca/
Accommodation providers are encouraged to refer to the interim guidance document from the Province of BC and BC Centre for Disease Control and the BC Hotel Association Tourism & Hospitality COVID-19 Health & Safety Best Practice document.
BC Ferries have implemented increased safety measures for their passengers on their boats. Go to https://www.bcferries.com/current_conditions/travel-advisory.html for further details.
Learn protocols for reopening your restaurant, pub, or coffee shop here.
Some Vancouver’s North Shore parks remain closed and will remain so for the rest of 2020. When visiting parks. Respect Metro Vancouver Parks guidelines when visiting open parks. Go to http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/covid-19/Pages/default.aspx to learn more.