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Explore the beautiful waters and surroundings of British Colombia and Alaska. Bluewater adventures offers an amazing experience where you can cruise along unique destinations and witness wildlife. This Eco-friendly tour not only follows sustainable practices but also protects and preserves the wildlife. Patrons can also go kayaking and sailing around or enjoy a long and relaxing cruise along the calm and serene waters. Definitely an unforgettable experience.
You will enjoy a live narrated tour along the scenic sea to sky highway all the way to Squamish. There you will rendezvous with Canadian Outback Adventures, your rafting provider. After signing your waiver and getting dressed in a wetsuit and the necessary safety equipment you will be taken to the Elaho River Valley, one of the most stunning places on this planet. Enjoy 2 ti3 hours of rafting and excitement on the river while taking in the scenery. Afterwards you get taken back to Squamish to re-energize at a Barbeque with your rafting companions. All fed and happy, you will get taken back to your bus and we will take you right back to Vancouver. A day to remember!
Spread in unencumbered glory across 763 hectares (1885 acres) of Vancouver's westernmost edge, the lush Pacific Spirit National Park is bounded by the University of British Columbia. The park is famous for its rich tapestry of walking and hiking trails, a mesmerizing network of 54 kilometers (33.5 miles) lined with incredibly tall trees and occasional sun-dappled walkways. Of these, 38 kilometers (24 miles) of the trail's network are allotted for multiple activities, including cycling and horseback riding. Indigenous plants and regional wildlife can be spotted across the park's wild belt, affirming the rich habitat it boasts of. The park's western edge reveals a sandy stretch of the stunning Wreck Beach, a 7.8-kilometer- (4.8-mile-) long naturist beach that invites droves of tourists during summertime.
Central Park is a public park that is known for its conserved temperate rainforest area. Apart from that, the park features a playground, pool, golfing and bowling facilities and so forth.
Famous for the thrilling and one of the oldest attractions of North Vancouver called the Capilano Suspension Bridge, the park also features other attractions. These include the 'Treetops Adventure' where you can walk across from one Douglas fir tree to another on bridges and walkways that are attached to tree trunks 30 meter (98.43 feet) above the rain-forest floor. For those enthused with regional folk-art, the cluster of totem poles made by First Nation people is located inside the remote section of the park. The carvings on the trees are breathtaking and according to popular belief, the intricate carvings offer stories of their own.
Kensington Park is a lovely park that boasts of pitch and putt golf courses. Here, you can also indulge in other sports like tennis, ice skating, swimming, softball, soccer and ice hockey. For more details, check website.