April 23-May 25
Travel Restrictions

We can see the light at the end of the tunnel as more people are vaccinated, but we aren’t there yet. Giving up welcoming those from outside your regional zone, means we can help reduce the burden on health care workers, and welcome travellers in the near future.

If you don’t have to travel now, please don’t. We want to welcome you when restrictions are lifted and we can all be safe together.

We encourage you to stay local and support local. If you can, explore attractions and activities close to home and within your regional zone, to help bring some much-needed revenue to local tourism operators.

The past year has been incredibly difficult for everyone. Like you, we want all travel to return as soon as possible – and today’s restrictions will help us reach that point sooner.

We know there are a lot of questions. The B.C. government has information on travel restrictions, a map of regional zones, as well as a list of reasons for essential travel, at www.gov.bc.ca/covidtravel.

What You Need to Know
Latest COVID-19 Information from TNRD
BC Parks Response to COVID-19