Land Without Limits

Getting Here And Around

Road-tripping near Anahim Lake | Michael Bednar

A land without limits, the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region is located in the central interior of British Columbia.  The region covers approximately 117,500 sq km (45,415 sq mi) which is over 12 percent of BC’s landmass and stretches from near the Alberta border in the east, all the way west to the Pacific Ocean.

The region is accessible from all major BC Highways, including through Whistler/Pemberton on Highway 99, via Highway 1 & Highway 97 or Highway 5 through Kamloops, south from Prince George on Highway 97, or from Vancouver Island via The Northern Sea Wolf ferry to Bella Coola.

Read on below to find out more information on transportation providers and options to get to and from the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region or see our regional map for a visual view.

If travelling by roadway, please visit for up-to-date information on conditions.

Inter-City Bus & Charter Services


Ebus travels to and connects towns and cities across British Columbia. The Kamloops to Prince George route travels daily through Highway 97 towns and cities from Cache Creek, through Williams Lake and on through Quesnel to PRince George. Connecting routes to Kamloops operate from Vancouver (through Surrey and the Fraser Valley), Kelowna and Edmonton. Click here for the schedule. Charter services are also available to those travelling for recreation, business and more. | P: 1-877-769-3287

Air Travel

Pacific Coastal Airlines

Services Williams Lake, Anahim Lake, Bella Coola, and Bella Bella. Major service routes include flights from Vancouver – South, Victoria, Prince George, Kelowna and Kamloops. Personalized charter flights are also available across British Columbia and western Canada. | TF: 1-800-663-2872

Central Mountain Air

Services Williams Lake, Quesnel and other communities through British Columbia and Alberta. Major service routes include flights from Edmonton, Kamloops, Kelowna, Prince George and Vancouver – South. Charter services are also available throughout Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. | TF: 1-888-865-8585

Air Canada and WestJet

Both these major airlines service into Prince George and Kamloops as the closest major airports to the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region. | 

Vehicle & RV Rentals

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Operates pick-up and drop-off locations in Williams Lake and Quesnel, with multiple locations in Prince George, Kamloops and throughout the rest of British Columbia. | TF: 1-844-307-8008

Bella Coola Vehicle Rentals

Offers rentals from the Bella Coola Airport, with delivery of vehicles to other locations available. | P: 1-250-982-2146

Chemo RV

Services the Cariboo-Chilcotin and Northern Interior region of British Columbia with rental, service and sales locations in 100 Mile House, 150 Mile House, and Quesnel. | 150 Mile House: 1-250-296-4411 Quesnel: 1-250-747-4451

northern sea wolf ferry

Ferry Travel

The Northern Sea Wolf 

This ferry runs direct between Port Hardy and Bella Coola throughout the year. This Bella Coola ferry service route also ports at Bella Bella, Shearwater, Klemtu and Ocean Falls. For seasonal schedules, reservation details and more information on the ferry to Bella Coola, please refer to the Port Hardy to Bella Coola ferry schedule and the Northern Sea Wolf project.
Port Hardy to Bella Coola Ferry Schedule
Schedules for Inside Passage & Discovery Coast service routes to Central Coast communities are updated annually with significant scheduling changes in BC Ferries’ services.  For current and seasonal route schedules, please check with BC Ferries. | TF: 1-888-223-3779

Rail Travel

The Rocky Mountaineer

This rail line’s Rainforest to Gold Rush route travels from Vancouver to Jasper, Alberta, winding through the lush rainforest of British Columbia’s Central Coast, the vast ranchlands of the Cariboo plateau and the historic Gold Rush region. | TF: 1-877-460-3200

International 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 for a complete listing of countries whose citizens require visas to enter Canada and Canadian customs regulations. All other visitors should contact their Canadian consulate or embassy to learn what documents are required. 

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