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Visitors to Canada

International visitors to Canada (not U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents) must carry a valid passport and, if required, a visa. Visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website www.cic.gc.ca for a complete listing of countries whose citizens require visas to enter Canada. All other visitors should contact their Canadian consulate or embassy to learn what documents are required. To learn more about Canadian customs regulations, visit the Canada Border Services Agency website www.cbsa.gc.ca. or visit www.goingtocanada.gc.ca for more information.

Bus Travel

Greyhound offers scheduled services for communities along Hwy 97. The company also has connections to cities and towns throughout Canada and the U.S.

www.greyhound.ca | TF: 1-800-661-8747

Ferry Travel

Schedules for Inside Passage & Discovery Coast service routes to Central Coast communities are updated annually with significant scheduling changes in BC Ferry services.  For current route schedules, please check with BC Ferries.

www.bcferries.ca | TF: 1-888-223-3779

Rail Travel

The Rocky Mountaineer’s Rainforest to Gold Rush route travels from Whistler to Jasper, Alberta, through the historic Cariboo Gold Rush region, with an overnight stop in Quesnel.

www.rockymountaineer.com | TF: 1-877-460-3200

Air Travel

Pacific Coastal Airlines services Williams Lake, Anahim Lake, Bella Coola, Klemtu, Bella Bella and Shearwater.

www.pacificcoastal.com | TF: 1-800-663-2872

Central Mountain Air services Williams Lake and Quesnel.

www.flycma.com | TF: 1-888-865-8585