Delta, BC, is a municipality including the three communities of Tsawwassen, Ladner, and North Delta. It is located in the south-west corner of the Greater Vancouver Area.

Tsawwassen is known for it's sunny skies and breathtaking beaches, Ladner for it's quaint historic village with deep roots in fishing and farming, and North Delta features amazing parks, including Burns Bog, North America's largest domed peat bog. These three distinct communities provide a variety of activities, attractions, and events to be enjoyed by both locals and visitors.

Bordering the cities of Richmond, New Westminster and Surrey, as well as the Tsawwassen Lands, Delta is located just minutes from Vancouver and several US border crossings, and is home to the BC Ferries Tsawwassen Terminal for access to Vancouver Island and the Southern Gulf Islands.

Delta is home to approximately 100,000 people and entertains millions of visitors each year. The area boasts an abundance of agricultural, ecological, and outdoor activities in a family-friendly environment.

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Tourism delta

Tourism Delta is a volunteer, stakeholder-based society comprised of individuals with a mission to promote Delta, BC, to visitors and residents alike. The society was incorporated in 2014, is governed by a board of directors, and welcomes participation from all individuals or businesses with an interest in tourism in the area.

Tourism Delta has partnered with and is supported by a number of community groups, including the Ladner Business Association, the Tsawwassen Business Improvement Association, the Delta Chamber of Commerce, and municipal, provincial and federal governments. Tourism Delta works in collaboration with Destination BC.