Book your ad in the Northern BC Tourism Travel Guide!

The 2020 Northern British Columbia Travel Guide is designed to inspire and entice potential visitors. The guide will answer questions potential visitors have about vacationing in Northern BC. The 2020 guide will have stunning photography that will enable the visitor to imagine themselves in Northern BC. Things to see and do will be listed throughout the guide for the region. 

With a total distribution of 72,000, the Northern British Columbia Travel Guide is used extensively throughout the tourism industry, both at home and abroad, to attract visitors to the region. Ad bookings are already underway for the 2020 Northern BC Tourism Travel Guide. Don’t miss your chance to reach more potential visitors with an ad. For rates and advertising options, see the 2020 rate card.

To reserve your space or request more information, please contact Amber Harding at

The deadline to book your ad in the 2020 Northern BC Travel Guide is November 27, 2019.

Designing Remarkable Experiences Workshop in Fort Nelson

Join Destination BC and the Northern BC Tourism Association for a two-day workshop intended to shift your thinking beyond a tourism product to consider how your business can deliver local, authentic experiences that are designed with the BC traveler in mind. Using a step-by-step design approach, the workshop introduces experiential tourism concepts and best practices, along with traveller data, hands-on activities and group input to help tourism operators enhance existing product offerings or develop entirely new traveller experiences.

Nisga’a Tourism Pilot Tour

Northern BC Tourism’s April Moi and Lucy Martin joined Indigenous Tourism BC, Destination BC and industry partners and tour operators at the Nisga’a Tourism Pilot Tour from July 12-16, 2019 in the Nisga’a' territory in the Nass Valley to learn about the tourism opportunities in each of the four Nisga’a villages - Gingolx, Gitwinksihlkw, Laxgalts’ap and Gitlaxt’aamiks.

Celebrate BC Tourism Week!

To celebrate Tourism Week and acknowledge the operators, employees, suppliers, destination marketing organizations, visitor centres, sectors, and others who contribute to this important industry, we are inviting stakeholders from every community to spread the word about the power of tourism in British Columbia. This initiative is part of a concerted effort to showcase local tourism products and experiences, and demonstrate that #BCTourismMatters in communities across the province.