Here’s how to travel to 9 major B.C. destinations for under $100 each



They say life is about the journey, not the destination…

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… and that’s especially true when traveling in BC.

Simply put, we live in an incredibly beautiful province that’s literally overflowing with dazzling mountain views, rolling hills and greenery as far as the eye can see. Because of that, regional travel, especially by bus, is part of the fun. Fortunately, there’s a new way to experience the province that’s affordable, sustainable and convenient as can be.  

Ebus is the sister brand to the luxury Red Arrow, a family owned people transportation company that’s been in the passenger service business in Alberta for 40 years. The company recently expanded into B.C. and now service nine destinations throughout the province, including Vancouver, Kamloops, Kelowna, Surrey, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, Merritt, and Vernon.

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Ebus’ fares are extremely affordable and include free WIFI, power outlets, 3 free bags per customer and of course, a very comfy seat. They also offer a 5% discount just for booking online, allowing you to get almost anywhere in B.C. for $100 or less. You can view all of Ebus’ discounted online fares below and learn more about Ebus’ routes HERE, or view a round-up of their prices below.

Vancouver <> Abbotsford and Chilliwack $38.92
Vancouver <> Hope and Merritt $48.90
Vancouver <> Kamloops $63.63
Vancouver <> Kelowna $70.85
Vancouver <> Vernon $95.74

All prices include taxes and fees.

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Every trip British Columbians take on Ebus’ low-emission buses, takes the environmental equivalent of 50 cars off the road. There are no hidden fees and no secret hidden costs. Currently, the Canadian company’s routes include daily service to and from Vancouver, Kamloops and Kelowna, with additional stops in Surrey, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, Merritt, and Vernon.

Ebus’ Vancouver stop is located at 1296 Station St, right next to Pacific Central station in Vancouver (just a few minutes from the Main Street-Science World Skytrain station).

To learn more about fares and bus routes, visit