British Columbia Gift Baskets - Sending Gift Baskets to BC, Canada

Sending Gift Baskets to British Columbia, Canada

We ship Canada-wide to make your life hassle-free. Our reliable gift basket delivery to British Columbia within 3-5 business days, right to your recipients front door. Need to send a birthday present or package to a client? Browse our site to find assortments suitable for any occasion. We create top gifting  products for British Columbia gift delivery to guarantee your arrangement arrives the same way we sent it out. You can trust us with all your gifting needs, from curating quality products to carefully packing shipments. You'll leave all your friends, family, and clients satisfied with their mailed surprise! 

Free Shipping in Canada

Delivery to British Columbia applies our free shipping policy to all order of $100 or more for a single delivery address. Live in another province? Choose from any of our options for the best gift for any event. We can even help you send a present for next day delivery! Contact us at 416-421-7437 for any gift basket delivery questions. 

We make gift baskets for all your holiday needs, from New Years through Christmas, and every birthday between! Pick a gift you want to send to British Columbia, including house warming, spa, or sympathy, at any price point that suits your budget. 

Our gourmet gift baskets are sent to BC to satiate any craving: Godiva chocolate, luxurious cheese, premium tea, sweet cookies, and gluten-free options make shopping for everyone easy! Whether your sending your warmest wishes to Victoria or sincerest congratulations to Vancouver, you can trust us to deliver only the best! 

About British Columbia 

As Canada's  westernmost province, BC is seated between the Alaskan Panhandle and the Northwest Territories. Both a mountainous and coastal area, B.C. shows off the gorgeous Canadian Rockies and lush forests. With rolling grasslands, rivers and lakes, British Columbia's wilderness is as diverse of an environment as their urban cities. 

As one of Canada's top three largest provinces - right behind Quebec and Toronto, it makes up about 10% of all of Canada's land surface. Known and admired for both their rural and metropolitan environments, Vancouver is home to over 60% of the B.C.'s population and is the commercial hub for culture and business. 

Their population then gets spread out throughout their interior regions, from Okanagan to Kitimat. This provinces development is due to the resourceful economics that unite these two regions together. 

What To Do In Vancouver: 

Vancouver's diverse city is bursting with flavour. If you're ever in the area, you're surrounded by some of the best restaurants in the city! Ask for Luigi, Oddfish, and Homer Street Cafe and Bar are some of the best eats in town. The Museum of Anthropology is a must-see not only for its historical contents, but for it's architectural genius. If you're spending summer holiday's in this beautiful city, check out the Richmond Night Market (May-October) that resembles Asian night markets with its cool food and vendors. 

Visit the famous Capilano Suspension Bridge that sprawls 140 metres long and 70 metres above the river. Surrounded by breathtaking forestry and grandiose trees, you'll feel fully immersed into the great land so high above the ground. 

What To Do in Victoria: 

 The Craiddarroch Castle is a Victorian-era mansion that's unlike anything you've seen. This estate showcases the mega-rich history of Victoria and is filled with period antiques anyone can appreciate. You've got to stop by Miniature World to feel like a giant! One of Victoria's most popular tourist sites, both kids and adults will love this teeny-tiny exhibition. 

The Butchart Gardens showcases all sort of flora and fauna to your amazement. Transport yourself in the gorgeous garden and you'll lose track of time exploring and adventuring in the colorful scenery. As everything is full bloom in the summertime, this is the prime season to visit. 

Sports and Culture:

Home of the Vancouver Canucks and Vancouver Canadians, visit a home game for an action packed activity. Cheer them on and feel the energizing support B.C. has for their players.  

Vancouver was ost of the 21st Winter Olympics in 2010, where Canada won Gold for the first time. 82 National Olympics Committees has teams participate in this historical event that brought not only Canada, but the rest of the world together!