Find information on travel restrictions, entry requirements, and other key resources on Destination BC’s Know Before You Go page on HelloBC.com, which can help answer travel-related questions, including current orders, restrictions, and more.
On July 1, the Province moved to Step 3 of its Restart Plan. Visit the Government of BC’s Restart page for more information, including guidelines and advice.
For full BC travel restrictions and precautions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, visit the Government of BC’s Provincial and Regional Restrictions and Travel Affected by COVID-19 pages.
The Government of Canada continues to advise all Canadians to exercise extra caution while travelling, and to be fully vaccinated by completing a COVID-19 vaccine series in Canada or abroad at least 14 days before travelling.
All travellers to Canada are required to use the ArriveCAN App to provide mandatory travel information before and after entry into Canada. There are also travel restrictions that limit who can travel to Canada.
For full information on travelling to, from and within Canada, visit: travel.gc.ca/
For updates on transportation related measures taken by Transport Canada in response to the virus, visit COVID-19 measures, updates, and guidance issued by Transport Canada, where you will find information on what you need to know before travelling by air, water, road, rail, or public transit—including current directives in effect at Canadian airports.
For updates from BC Ferries, read the latest travel advisories, including the requirement that all passengers over the age of two wear a face covering that covers their mouth and nose.
If you have symptoms and may have been exposed to COVID-19, use the BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool, developed with the BC Ministry of Health, to help determine whether you may need further assessment or testing for the virus. You can complete the assessment for yourself, or on behalf of someone else, if they are unable to.
To arrange for further assessment or testing, call your local primary care provider or 8-1-1, or for deaf or hard of hearing call 7-1-1.
In partnership with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, BC’s Ministry of Health, and other industry partners, we have created an FAQ. This will be continually updated, providing information from BC, national, and international partners to give you the information you need as it relates to travel and tourism. It will help you answer questions from your staff, visitors, and partners.FAQs
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