UPDATED: SEPTEMBER 13, 2021

British Columbia is currently in Step 3 of the BC Restart Plan. We are committed to making sure your visit is a safe and healthy one – creating a balance, of welcoming visitors back to the area while keeping our communities safe. We know you want to keep Langley safe, so let’s work together to protect each other!


Beginning September 13, 2021, all residents and visitors will be required to provide proof of vaccination to access discretionary services in British Columbia. For more details, visit the Government of British Columbia’s website.


Effective September 7, 2021, Canada’s borders are opened to fully vaccinated visitors from any country who meet entry requirements.

We encourage all travellers to be fully informed of the pre-entry and on-arrival public health and testing requirements both federally and provincially. This includes the mandatory use of the ArriveCAN app. Travellers should plan for extra time in the lead up, and upon the arrival of their trip.

For the latest information on travel to Canada including the updated federal requirements and restrictions, please visit the Government of Canada website.

BC tour operators, accommodation providers and attraction hosts have implemented stringent protocols to keep visitors safe, and visitors are asked to return the favour by travelling responsibly this summer and fall.

Travellers are encouraged to reference Destination BC’s “Know Before You Go” page for information on the latest travel restrictions, what’s open and more.


When doing so, here’s what we’re asking you to do to help keep the community safe: 


The Tourism Industry Association of British Columbia has published videos highlighting the efforts that the tourism industry is taking to keep guests, staff and BC residents safe during the Covid-19 pandemic. Click on the images below to watch the videos about Attractions, Accommodations, Restaurants and Pubs and Bars.


It’s important to BE AdventureSmart! If you’re planning on heading outdoors, every outdoor enthusiast should follow the 3 Ts;

  • Trip Plan
  • Train
  • Take Essentials

With an increase in search and rescue incidents and an increase in outdoor recreation,
British Columbians are urged to “get informed before they go outdoors!” BCAdventureSmart has put together a Trip Planning Information Kit which is a great starting point for those about to head outdoors.


Helpful Resources:

COVID-19: Entering Canada requirements checklist

COVID-19: Guidance for Travellers

COVID-19: Travel, testing, quarantine and borders

COVID-19: Travel Information for US Citizens

COVID-19: Passports and Travel for US Citizen