Cariboo-Chilcotin-Coast Hotel, Motel & Inn Industry Overview
About This Tourism Region
British Columbia’s “Land Without Limits” covers 105,000 km2 of the province, which includes the diverse landscape of three distinct worlds – deserts and sandstone canyons; evergreen timberlands, deciduous woodlands and forests; and ocean fjords, alpine mountains and glaciers. The population, the smallest resident population compared to other tourism regions, primarily live in the small cities and towns in the eastern area of the region, including Quesnel, Williams Lake, and 100 Mile House.
More than a third of BC residents and a quarter of other Canadians visiting the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast stayed with friends and family. The most popular accommodation for other international visitors was hotel, followed by camping/RV parks. US residents most often stayed in camping/RV parks, or with friends and family.
Cariboo-Chilcotin-Coast Tourism & Hotel Associations
Cariboo-Chilcotin-Coast Hotel, Motel & Inn Industry Research Reports
The Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, one of six tourism regions in the province, represents 3% of provincial overnight visitation and 2% of related spending. This profile provides a general overview of the region and summarizes the latest data available about overnight travellers visiting the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast.
Tourism performance overall within the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast (CCCTA) tourism region is believed to have become relatively static, with consistent issues and opportunities but little significant leaps forward.
This Destination Development Strategy is the final report resulting from a 20-month, iterative process of gathering, synthesizing and validating information with stakeholders about the current status of tourism in the Chilcotin Central Coast.
Bella Coola Valley Tourism in association with the Central Coast Regional District has commissioned a consulting team led by Lions Gate Consulting to produce a Bella Coola Valley Tourism Strategy consisting of three major components: branding, development plan and marketing strategy.
The study objective is to complete a wilderness tourism study for the area with an emphasis on the Special Resource Development Zones located within the Chilcotin forest district area boundary.
This report summarizes key highlights for the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast (CCC) region taken from the British Columbia In-Market study conducted in November 2011 and April 2012.
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