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Rainforest of the Capilano Canyon
Enjoy this unique and memorable interpretive rainforest expirence. Join me, as we wander through the lush Rainforest of Vancouvers spectatular North Shore. We begin at the magnificent Capilano Pacific trail The sound of the river is present immediately as we gently wind along the canyon 200 feet above the river below. A well maintained path guides us on a trail favourited by locals and nature enthousiast alike. Loaded with waterfalls and beautiful trellis work we will make our way up to the clevland Dam at the base of the North Shore mountains for jaw dropping views of the iconic Lions and Grouse mountains and gorgouse Capilano lake. This lush and stunning rainforest is an absolute specticle with its enormous Coastal Douglas Fir and graceful Cedars trees. This is the best place to expirence the incredible North Shore of Vancouver! Like a scene out of Jurassic Park the ferns and hanging mosses will tickle your senses and leave you awestruck and delighted! If you are looking for something a little more challenging look for my additional Air BnB tours entitled Light house Park,Coastline tour and Spectatular Whyte Lake, Nature Tour. A round trip for this adventure will take 120mins. Other things to note Dress appropriately for a forest walk. Bring a small snack and water.
Escape to rugged waterfalls & canyons
Our tour will take us through mossy forests and fern beds, across a suspension bridge, floating a hundred feet above Lynn Canyon with stunning views of waterfalls and alongside the river to hidden pools that offer the perfect place for a snack of Salmon and Cedar tea. We begin our journey on the world renown Baden Powell Trail, as we follow its winding path through a forest of towering trees Lynn Creek appears alongside us. This trail will deliver us to the Suspension Bridge giving us the chance to gaze into the canyon below taking in the impressive waterfalls from a bird's eye view. The east side of the creek sits above the canyon in a more mature forest and delivers us to Twin Falls a smaller double waterfall. After a short climb, we return to the Suspension Bridge on route to a river beach to brew a little Cedar tea and nibble on candied salmon. Our journey is approximately 5km in length and includes short steep sections with well made wooden steps. The walk is a beautiful figure 8 loop helping us to capture the magic of the canyon while seeing new terrain throughout. Sunset tours include an increased chance of wildlife sightings such as Bears or Owls. Headlamps are provided. Other things to note Please note that this is a non smoking tour. This is due to fire risk in the canyon. Dogs are welcome on this tour! Leash required.
The Ultimate Vancouver Bike Tour
Vancouver's favorite bike tour is back! This fun and safe bike tour is 'geared' to give you an intimate, up-close and personal meet & greet with Vancouver. The best way to get the lay of the land and learn all about this beautiful city. We'll get in touch with it's vibrant culture, scenery, nature, famous landmarks, and local hidden gems. Vancouver is a city that begs to be explored on 2 wheels. We have the world's longest uninterrupted waterfront bike path and one of the most impressive bike route networks of any city in North America. We'll be biking at a leisurely pace and making 'brakes' along the way for photos. I'll show you some of the best places to capture Vancouver's essence. From panoramic shots of the city skyline to local art displays, you'll see it all! Highlights include (but not limited to): Stanley Park, Granville Island, Gastown, Chinatown, City Centre, English Bay Beach, Olympic Village
Spoken Treasures Indigenous Walk
Join us on a leisurely, 1.1 km walk along the iconic seawall of Stanley Park. This cultural enriched Indigenous tour on history starts at the Stanley Park Information Booth. This tour is 75 minutes. Along the way you will enjoy the unique Indigenous stories, oral history and perspectives of our shared city, its early developments and our world renowned Stanley Park. This place has been the home to our peoples and tribes for thousands of years and we would like to share our rich history with you. This tour will have several stops along the way; your guide-ambassador will share how the Salish Sea has provided for our people in a sustainable intact society for countless generations. The tour will conclude at the Stanley Park totem poles where we will highlight the history and stories of the carved cedar totems, our story poles. We will share the stories of the artists and the west coast peoples their are from. 75 minutes will go fast and you will go away with fascinating indigenous told stories of this city, and a deeper awareness and an enriched understanding of the Indigenous people of this region, our way of life, our art, legends and our sacred relationship to the land and our ancestors. Bring your own camera, water bottle, sun screen, sun glasses. In the cooler months, we recommend you dress warm, wear rain resistant clothing.
Craft beer tour & tastings on a street art walk - Vancouver
Hello Beer and Street Art Enthusiasts, Get ready for a stroll through Vancouver's Mount Pleasant. You’ll experience an art and beer-filled experience you'll be buzzing about for years to come. In this carefully selected route, you’ll see some of the city's most fabulous murals and have craft beer from some of the best breweries in town. Our tour begins at Olympic Village Square. We'll make introductions & connect with the history of the area to get started. After, we’ll head on out to our first art pieces, seeing some of the coolest murals Vancouver has to offer. Next, The Beaumont Studios, a city gem where over 40 artist studios operate. While at the Beaumont Studios, we’ll have some cold beverages for us from a local craft brewery. Then, we’ll go through the Beaumont Studios, where you’ll meet artists who operate out of this creative hub. Next, we’ll continue our stroll through Mount Pleasant, where you’ll see more incredible pieces of art and the stories that go with them. Our winding trajectory will lead to the next couple of beer samplings straight from the taps at Electric Bicycle Brewing, Faculty Brewing, or similar. This tour will connect you with the history, art and craft beer of the area, and you’ll see why Mount Pleasant is the hippest neighbourhood of Vancouver. It's a time well spent, and we can't wait to show you around. Cheers to good company!

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Things to do near Kitsilano

Explore Vancouver's lgbtq history
It's time for Vancouver's secrets to come out of the closet. From drag kings and two spirit warriors, to queer church ministers and transgender crime fighters, this walking tour is a celebration of the unsung heroes who forever changed the social fabric of Vancouver Meet your guide - the man in pink! - outside Trees Organic Coffee at 930 Burrard Street. You'll embark on a 2 hour adventure into the LGBTQ2+ history and culture of this West Coast metropolis. Start in the heart of Downtown Vancouver on Burrard Street, where you'll discover some of Vancouver's earliest LGBTQ+ pioneers. Weave a path through Imperial Court coronations, drag kings at the Quadra, gay ministers at the United Church, the myth of Patient Zero, the GRID crisis, and visit urban oasis Nelson Park, until you find yourself in the gaybourhood on Davie Street. The walking tour strolls the historic tree-lined West End as you discover the city's earliest Pride parade, Jim Deva Plaza, bookstore bombings, a transgender campaigner who blew the whistle on the biggest crime in Vancouver history. You’ll finish right in the middle of the action in the Davie St. village with its variety of bars and restaurants. The perfect place to enjoy a cocktail as you reflect on your afternoon's adventure.
Rainforest of the Capilano Canyon
Enjoy this unique and memorable interpretive rainforest expirence. Join me, as we wander through the lush Rainforest of Vancouvers spectatular North Shore. We begin at the magnificent Capilano Pacific trail The sound of the river is present immediately as we gently wind along the canyon 200 feet above the river below. A well maintained path guides us on a trail favourited by locals and nature enthousiast alike. Loaded with waterfalls and beautiful trellis work we will make our way up to the clevland Dam at the base of the North Shore mountains for jaw dropping views of the iconic Lions and Grouse mountains and gorgouse Capilano lake. This lush and stunning rainforest is an absolute specticle with its enormous Coastal Douglas Fir and graceful Cedars trees. This is the best place to expirence the incredible North Shore of Vancouver! Like a scene out of Jurassic Park the ferns and hanging mosses will tickle your senses and leave you awestruck and delighted! If you are looking for something a little more challenging look for my additional Air BnB tours entitled Light house Park,Coastline tour and Spectatular Whyte Lake, Nature Tour. A round trip for this adventure will take 120mins. Other things to note Dress appropriately for a forest walk. Bring a small snack and water.
Snowshoeing In Vancouver's Winter Wonderland
This tour begins with us picking you up at your doorstep, anywhere in the Vancouver proper area. We will adventure into the nearby mountains. Awaiting us is many kms of snowshoe trails in a winter wonderland setting. The trails run through sub-alpine meadows and snowy forests. When we’ve had our fill of exercise and the gorgeous sights, we can stop at the Lodge for a refreshment and a light snack before we return to the city. This wonderful winter day will leave you wanting more! Included in this tour: Door to door return transportation, snowshoe pass, snowshoe rental and snowshoe guide.
The Ultimate Vancouver Bike Tour
Vancouver's favorite bike tour is back! This fun and safe bike tour is 'geared' to give you an intimate, up-close and personal meet & greet with Vancouver. The best way to get the lay of the land and learn all about this beautiful city. We'll get in touch with it's vibrant culture, scenery, nature, famous landmarks, and local hidden gems. Vancouver is a city that begs to be explored on 2 wheels. We have the world's longest uninterrupted waterfront bike path and one of the most impressive bike route networks of any city in North America. We'll be biking at a leisurely pace and making 'brakes' along the way for photos. I'll show you some of the best places to capture Vancouver's essence. From panoramic shots of the city skyline to local art displays, you'll see it all! Highlights include (but not limited to): Stanley Park, Granville Island, Gastown, Chinatown, City Centre, English Bay Beach, Olympic Village
Snowshoeing At The Top Of The Sea To Sky Gondola
The day begins with pickup at your doorstep anywhere in Metro Vancouver. We will then embark on one of the most beautiful drives in the world. The drive up the Sea to Sky corridor(Howe Sound) is a must see. The journey is just as beautiful as the destination, and this destination is spectacular! The Sea to Sky Gondola is an attraction that includes Gondola, Hiking and snowshoeing trails, suspension bridge and incredible views of Howe Sound and the Squamish Valley. We will spend a few hours exploring the vast amount of snowshoe trails, enjoy a post workout refreshment and top the experience off with a scenic ride down the Gondola and drive home.

Things to do near Mount Pleasant

90mins Wheel Throwing Pottery
Working on clay is like playing music. Sound fades away before you can catch it. Hidenori Ebina is offering 90 mins casual courses for those who want to experience pottery without the pressure. No experience necessary! After a short demonstration, you will have fun, great, and easy way to relax and be creative. You will shape the item using clay and choose from 12 kinds of Hidenori's original glaze. You can enrich your life by using your own works in your life, or give your creations away to someone as a gift! (Our pottery is lead-free, dishwasher-safe, and microwave-safe.) After the class, we will have 4 procedures(trimming, bisquing, glazing, firing) and it takes 2 months. After 2 months, you can pick up or have mailed to you. *Please keep in mind that the cost of shipping is not included and is dependent on the lowest rate provided by Canada Post. Other things to note Extra clay fee($1.25 per 100g of clay) will be applied for the clay usage exceeding 1600g. 1600g of clay usually covers a big ramen bowl or two mugs. The shipping fee is extra, 2months to finish.
Craft beer tour & tastings on a street art walk - Vancouver
Hello Beer and Street Art Enthusiasts, Get ready for a stroll through Vancouver's Mount Pleasant. You’ll experience an art and beer-filled experience you'll be buzzing about for years to come. In this carefully selected route, you’ll see some of the city's most fabulous murals and have craft beer from some of the best breweries in town. Our tour begins at Olympic Village Square. We'll make introductions & connect with the history of the area to get started. After, we’ll head on out to our first art pieces, seeing some of the coolest murals Vancouver has to offer. Next, The Beaumont Studios, a city gem where over 40 artist studios operate. While at the Beaumont Studios, we’ll have some cold beverages for us from a local craft brewery. Then, we’ll go through the Beaumont Studios, where you’ll meet artists who operate out of this creative hub. Next, we’ll continue our stroll through Mount Pleasant, where you’ll see more incredible pieces of art and the stories that go with them. Our winding trajectory will lead to the next couple of beer samplings straight from the taps at Electric Bicycle Brewing, Faculty Brewing, or similar. This tour will connect you with the history, art and craft beer of the area, and you’ll see why Mount Pleasant is the hippest neighbourhood of Vancouver. It's a time well spent, and we can't wait to show you around. Cheers to good company!
Craft Beer Revolution & Tasting Tour
Vancouver has a huge craft beer scene and is considered the best in Canada! Join me on a neighbourhood culture crawl among Vancouver's most interesting local breweries. Learn about the craft beer movement and the culture that surrounds it while enjoying beer tastings only available in Vancouver. We'll start with unique access to a historic local brewery to see, smell, taste and learn the basics of 4 seemingly simple ingredients that create over 100+ distinct styles of beer in the world. We'll enjoy a hand crafted beer recipe that is exactly what beer tasted like centuries ago. As we enjoy a light walk downhill to visit 2 other very different breweries in the neighbourhood, I'll explain how the craft beer subculture was recently revived and why it's quickly gaining in popularity. Our beer tastings will include stories of popular American craft beers styles of today - many of the beers we taste are small batch, meaning they're only available in the breweries we visit. No doubt we'll likely get into some healthy banter over which ones are the best. Whether you’re brand new to craft beer or a veteran, you’re sure to enjoy these very local and very tasty beverages while meeting the people who make it.
Coffee tour & tastings on a street art adventure - Vancouver
Good Morning Coffee, and Street Art Enthusiasts, Get ready for a stroll through Vancouver's Mount Pleasant. You will enjoy an art and coffee-filled experience that you'll be buzzing about for years to come. With our carefully selected route, you will see some of the city's most fabulous murals and have artisan coffee from one of the best roasters in town, Honest to Pete. Our tour begins at Olympic Village Square. We'll make introductions & connect with the history of the area to get started. After that, we’ll walk to our first art pieces, seeing some of the coolest murals Vancouver has to offer. After, The Beaumont Studios, a city gem where over 40 artist studios operate. At the Beaumont, we will meet Pete, from Honest to Pete, who’ll make us a cup of coffee you’ll remember forever. While his coffee is warming our souls, Pete will tell his story and teach us about the delicious world of coffee. After that, a tour of the Beaumont Studios meeting the artists who work in this creative hub. Next, we continue our stroll, where you’ll see more incredible pieces of art and the stories that go with them. This tour will connect you with the history, art, and artisan coffee of the area, and you’ll see why Mount Pleasant is considered the hippest neighborhood of Vancouver. It's a well-spent morning, and we can't wait to take you around.
East Van Mural Walk & Hipster Happy Hour Tour
This is your rare opportunity to experience the best of East Vancouver like Hipster! Through our unique social-travel experience, you will discover hidden gems across East Vancouver while getting socially connected with your Local Host and other guests in a chill vibes setting. You will meet in front of Gusto Cafe - where your Local Host will get you and other guests acquainted before embarking on your adventure across East Vancouver. Your Host will then guide you and other guests on a scenic & social walk through the streets of East Vancouver where you’ll have the opportunity to take in everything from local shops, architecture, street art, public fixtures, and mountain views. Your walk will lead you to a popular local brewery where VIP tables will be reserved and complimentary drinks (beer/wine/cocktails) and appetizers will be served. We'll make sure you see the best of East Vancouver, enjoy great food and drinks, and meet new people including locals and fellow travellers along the way!

Things to do near Granville Island

Tips-Based Walking Tour of Vancouver
Welcome to Vancouver, where every corner hums with stories, and the past shakes hands with the present. Kick off your adventure with us at Canada Place, boasting some of Vancouver's most iconic views. As the harbor unveils its beauty, we'll weave tales of towering mountains and deep-rooted history, setting the stage for what lies ahead. As we meander through the city's pulsating core, discover how Vancouver soared to become the fourth largest port on this side of North America. Marvel at the city's architectural gems, and because you're rolling with a local, get ready for a few secret spots – our personal favorites. From riveting tales that shaped Vancouver to inspiring moments with Canadian heroes, this journey promises a deep dive into what makes the city tick. Wrapping up our adventure, we've got insider tips lined up for you: the best spots, killer deals on attractions, and maybe a secret or two more. And as we loop back to our starting point, remember: in Vancouver, every ending is just another beginning. Hop on our tip-based tour! Beyond a tiny booking fee, it's almost free. In the end, if our 3-hour journey wowed you (and we bet it will!), feel free to tip what you believe it was worth. We suggest around US$25/person. Ready for the Vancouver magic?
Explore the Lost Souls of Gastown
Immerse yourself in the chilling dramas of historic Gastown as you venture into Vancouver's earliest and most gruesome history on this 90-minute walking tour. Follow the lamplight of your guide as you discover the terror of a Great Fire that ate up Gastown in minutes, the long forgotten plague of smallpox, and the unsolved murder of John Bray. Designed for adult audiences, the experience is both a walking tour and a theatre piece. Your guide is a professional actor, performing in character throughout. Every story is grounded in documented Vancouver history, taken from the city archives. The plot line is woven together as the tragic tale of one person's life, ending in a dramatic finale in Gastown's Maple Tree Square. Every one of Gastown's must-see sites and landmarks is visited on the walk, the oldest hotel, the Gastown Steam Clock, you’ll see how Vancouver looked before and after the Great Fire, explore notorious Gaoler's Mews, and walk down the back alleys of Water Street to famous Maple Tree Square. Do not expect a ghost tour or conventional walking tour – this is a performance experience that will pull you so deep into the swirling lamplight and darkened alleys of Gastown’s murky past, you may have a hard time finding your way back out…
Gastown Pub Crawl
DM me for bookings of larger groups or for bookings on a day that is full on Airbnb. We meet every Friday at the Portside Pub at 8pm. Visit the 4 best bars of Gastown while meeting awesome people from around the world ! It's a pub crawl with a really fun twist: guests can take part in an optional and unique game designed to help break the ice by completing challenges and tasks throughout the night. Fake a marriage proposal or start a conga line and you can win boozy prizes! IMPORTANT! --> Two pieces of physical ID are required to enter the bars (at least 1 photo ID required) ! Tickets are $20 + $5 Airbnb feee. We're accepting $20 cash or e-transfer at the bar. At each location, you receive a shot special deal and free cover. The first bar is the meeting point where everybody can enjoy the unique atmosphere of this historic bar of Gastown. For this first meeting point, everybody can get to know each-other over a few drinks. At 8:45pm, we make our way to our first bar which is a karaoke dive bar where everyone can show off their singing skills. Next, we head to a popular party bar where we amp up the party with some body shots! After that we go our last stop which is a loud underground bar with an awesome DJ playing top hits that is sure to finish the night with a bang! We also go to a popular nightclub at the end of the night.
Escape to rugged waterfalls & canyons
Our tour will take us through mossy forests and fern beds, across a suspension bridge, floating a hundred feet above Lynn Canyon with stunning views of waterfalls and alongside the river to hidden pools that offer the perfect place for a snack of Salmon and Cedar tea. We begin our journey on the world renown Baden Powell Trail, as we follow its winding path through a forest of towering trees Lynn Creek appears alongside us. This trail will deliver us to the Suspension Bridge giving us the chance to gaze into the canyon below taking in the impressive waterfalls from a bird's eye view. The east side of the creek sits above the canyon in a more mature forest and delivers us to Twin Falls a smaller double waterfall. After a short climb, we return to the Suspension Bridge on route to a river beach to brew a little Cedar tea and nibble on candied salmon. Our journey is approximately 5km in length and includes short steep sections with well made wooden steps. The walk is a beautiful figure 8 loop helping us to capture the magic of the canyon while seeing new terrain throughout. Sunset tours include an increased chance of wildlife sightings such as Bears or Owls. Headlamps are provided. Other things to note Please note that this is a non smoking tour. This is due to fire risk in the canyon. Dogs are welcome on this tour! Leash required.
Hiking with Goats
A guided hike through beautiful lake and mountain scenery, hosted by Pickles and Peanut, French Alpine goat brothers! Their "parents" come too, to ensure you are guided on the less-busy but still human-accessible trails. On the two hour adventure we will: - Meet at Grafton Lake parking area next to Grafton Road. - Start with 10 minutes of intros and "Goat 101" to learn how to safely interact with Peanut and Pickles. - Walk around the lake. - Stop at viewpoints along the way, where we'll offer to take photos of you with the goats. - End back where we started. Private hike options include: - Customized trail route such as up to the lookout in our main photo, or to cool natural tree forts! - Special arrangements for a longer, more challenging hike to the summit of the iconic Mount Gardner. A few considerations: Families as well as dogs on leashes are welcome, but please note that Peanut and Pickles are still growing and their headbutt play behaviour may intimidate children and dogs. You are welcome to request dates, but these will be considered "private hikes". This adventure is "rain or shine"! The boys look adorable in their rain coats, so (pending a major storm) we'll enjoy whatever mother nature brings our way. The boys can't wait to show you their beautiful backyard!

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Tips-Based Walking Tour of Vancouver
Welcome to Vancouver, where every corner hums with stories, and the past shakes hands with the present. Kick off your adventure with us at Canada Place, boasting some of Vancouver's most iconic views. As the harbor unveils its beauty, we'll weave tales of towering mountains and deep-rooted history, setting the stage for what lies ahead. As we meander through the city's pulsating core, discover how Vancouver soared to become the fourth largest port on this side of North America. Marvel at the city's architectural gems, and because you're rolling with a local, get ready for a few secret spots – our personal favorites. From riveting tales that shaped Vancouver to inspiring moments with Canadian heroes, this journey promises a deep dive into what makes the city tick. Wrapping up our adventure, we've got insider tips lined up for you: the best spots, killer deals on attractions, and maybe a secret or two more. And as we loop back to our starting point, remember: in Vancouver, every ending is just another beginning. Hop on our tip-based tour! Beyond a tiny booking fee, it's almost free. In the end, if our 3-hour journey wowed you (and we bet it will!), feel free to tip what you believe it was worth. We suggest around US$25/person. Ready for the Vancouver magic?
Explore the Lost Souls of Gastown
Immerse yourself in the chilling dramas of historic Gastown as you venture into Vancouver's earliest and most gruesome history on this 90-minute walking tour. Follow the lamplight of your guide as you discover the terror of a Great Fire that ate up Gastown in minutes, the long forgotten plague of smallpox, and the unsolved murder of John Bray. Designed for adult audiences, the experience is both a walking tour and a theatre piece. Your guide is a professional actor, performing in character throughout. Every story is grounded in documented Vancouver history, taken from the city archives. The plot line is woven together as the tragic tale of one person's life, ending in a dramatic finale in Gastown's Maple Tree Square. Every one of Gastown's must-see sites and landmarks is visited on the walk, the oldest hotel, the Gastown Steam Clock, you’ll see how Vancouver looked before and after the Great Fire, explore notorious Gaoler's Mews, and walk down the back alleys of Water Street to famous Maple Tree Square. Do not expect a ghost tour or conventional walking tour – this is a performance experience that will pull you so deep into the swirling lamplight and darkened alleys of Gastown’s murky past, you may have a hard time finding your way back out…
Gastown Pub Crawl
DM me for bookings of larger groups or for bookings on a day that is full on Airbnb. We meet every Friday at the Portside Pub at 8pm. Visit the 4 best bars of Gastown while meeting awesome people from around the world ! It's a pub crawl with a really fun twist: guests can take part in an optional and unique game designed to help break the ice by completing challenges and tasks throughout the night. Fake a marriage proposal or start a conga line and you can win boozy prizes! IMPORTANT! --> Two pieces of physical ID are required to enter the bars (at least 1 photo ID required) ! Tickets are $20 + $5 Airbnb feee. We're accepting $20 cash or e-transfer at the bar. At each location, you receive a shot special deal and free cover. The first bar is the meeting point where everybody can enjoy the unique atmosphere of this historic bar of Gastown. For this first meeting point, everybody can get to know each-other over a few drinks. At 8:45pm, we make our way to our first bar which is a karaoke dive bar where everyone can show off their singing skills. Next, we head to a popular party bar where we amp up the party with some body shots! After that we go our last stop which is a loud underground bar with an awesome DJ playing top hits that is sure to finish the night with a bang! We also go to a popular nightclub at the end of the night.
Snowshoeing In Vancouver's Winter Wonderland
This tour begins with us picking you up at your doorstep, anywhere in the Vancouver proper area. We will adventure into the nearby mountains. Awaiting us is many kms of snowshoe trails in a winter wonderland setting. The trails run through sub-alpine meadows and snowy forests. When we’ve had our fill of exercise and the gorgeous sights, we can stop at the Lodge for a refreshment and a light snack before we return to the city. This wonderful winter day will leave you wanting more! Included in this tour: Door to door return transportation, snowshoe pass, snowshoe rental and snowshoe guide.
Rainforest of the Capilano Canyon
Enjoy this unique and memorable interpretive rainforest expirence. Join me, as we wander through the lush Rainforest of Vancouvers spectatular North Shore. We begin at the magnificent Capilano Pacific trail The sound of the river is present immediately as we gently wind along the canyon 200 feet above the river below. A well maintained path guides us on a trail favourited by locals and nature enthousiast alike. Loaded with waterfalls and beautiful trellis work we will make our way up to the clevland Dam at the base of the North Shore mountains for jaw dropping views of the iconic Lions and Grouse mountains and gorgouse Capilano lake. This lush and stunning rainforest is an absolute specticle with its enormous Coastal Douglas Fir and graceful Cedars trees. This is the best place to expirence the incredible North Shore of Vancouver! Like a scene out of Jurassic Park the ferns and hanging mosses will tickle your senses and leave you awestruck and delighted! If you are looking for something a little more challenging look for my additional Air BnB tours entitled Light house Park,Coastline tour and Spectatular Whyte Lake, Nature Tour. A round trip for this adventure will take 120mins. Other things to note Dress appropriately for a forest walk. Bring a small snack and water.
Hiking with Goats
A guided hike through beautiful lake and mountain scenery, hosted by Pickles and Peanut, French Alpine goat brothers! Their "parents" come too, to ensure you are guided on the less-busy but still human-accessible trails. On the two hour adventure we will: - Meet at Grafton Lake parking area next to Grafton Road. - Start with 10 minutes of intros and "Goat 101" to learn how to safely interact with Peanut and Pickles. - Walk around the lake. - Stop at viewpoints along the way, where we'll offer to take photos of you with the goats. - End back where we started. Private hike options include: - Customized trail route such as up to the lookout in our main photo, or to cool natural tree forts! - Special arrangements for a longer, more challenging hike to the summit of the iconic Mount Gardner. A few considerations: Families as well as dogs on leashes are welcome, but please note that Peanut and Pickles are still growing and their headbutt play behaviour may intimidate children and dogs. You are welcome to request dates, but these will be considered "private hikes". This adventure is "rain or shine"! The boys look adorable in their rain coats, so (pending a major storm) we'll enjoy whatever mother nature brings our way. The boys can't wait to show you their beautiful backyard!
Your photo session tour in Vancouver
Can you imagine having the experience of seeing the sights of Vancouver and still having beautiful photos to remember? It's much more than just having pictures, they are incredible memories of a fantastic place! You can choose one of those locations for your photo session: - Gastown: Charm streets whit the iconic Gastown Steam Clock and Hotel Europe as background. - Canada Place: The beautiful port and your unique architecture, The Olympic Cauldron, Stanley Park landscape, and North Vancouver landscape as background. -Stanley Park: You can do your photo session at the beautiful Rose Garden with general nature and Stanley Park Pavilion as background. Or Stanley park seawall with Vancouver's downtown landscape and Brockton Point Lighthouse as background. You will get amazing 20 edited photos in 10 days! + Shooting Duration: 1 hour
Portrait Photography in Vancouver
We will walk around some hidden gems of Vancouver and I will be taking your beautiful portrait photographs. You can either choose one of these adventures as an option or make it custom based according to your preferences. 1. Cherry Blossom locations: Queen Elizabeth Park 2. For a mix of city & waterfront experience, we can walk around Gastown and Canada Place. 3. If you love the arts, then we can walk around the colorful streets in Granville Island 4. We can go to English Bay Beach or Kitsilano Beach. Special Location: 1.5 hour walk across Stanley Park Seawall from Third Beach to Lions Gate Bridge $250 per person. If you don't choose, Default is 2nd option. I will be sending you up to 20 edited photos which will be ready after a week from the day of the experience. These photos will be digital and are perfect for posting on social media & share with your family and friends. This will be a good way to have your travel memories You can also get all the unedited RAW photos for an additional charge of $100 I would love to meet you & not only offer you a service, but an experience & a new friend in Vancouver. I wish that you can fall more in love with my city and that my service makes you feel like you are in another home, even if you are far from home. Please contact me in case you don't see the dates and available timings.
Escape to rugged waterfalls & canyons
Our tour will take us through mossy forests and fern beds, across a suspension bridge, floating a hundred feet above Lynn Canyon with stunning views of waterfalls and alongside the river to hidden pools that offer the perfect place for a snack of Salmon and Cedar tea. We begin our journey on the world renown Baden Powell Trail, as we follow its winding path through a forest of towering trees Lynn Creek appears alongside us. This trail will deliver us to the Suspension Bridge giving us the chance to gaze into the canyon below taking in the impressive waterfalls from a bird's eye view. The east side of the creek sits above the canyon in a more mature forest and delivers us to Twin Falls a smaller double waterfall. After a short climb, we return to the Suspension Bridge on route to a river beach to brew a little Cedar tea and nibble on candied salmon. Our journey is approximately 5km in length and includes short steep sections with well made wooden steps. The walk is a beautiful figure 8 loop helping us to capture the magic of the canyon while seeing new terrain throughout. Sunset tours include an increased chance of wildlife sightings such as Bears or Owls. Headlamps are provided. Other things to note Please note that this is a non smoking tour. This is due to fire risk in the canyon. Dogs are welcome on this tour! Leash required.
The Ultimate Vancouver Bike Tour
Vancouver's favorite bike tour is back! This fun and safe bike tour is 'geared' to give you an intimate, up-close and personal meet & greet with Vancouver. The best way to get the lay of the land and learn all about this beautiful city. We'll get in touch with it's vibrant culture, scenery, nature, famous landmarks, and local hidden gems. Vancouver is a city that begs to be explored on 2 wheels. We have the world's longest uninterrupted waterfront bike path and one of the most impressive bike route networks of any city in North America. We'll be biking at a leisurely pace and making 'brakes' along the way for photos. I'll show you some of the best places to capture Vancouver's essence. From panoramic shots of the city skyline to local art displays, you'll see it all! Highlights include (but not limited to): Stanley Park, Granville Island, Gastown, Chinatown, City Centre, English Bay Beach, Olympic Village
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