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Vancouver already has a very rich natural beauty, beautiful green trees, the gorgeous coast and everything in between. What make it better are these beautiful free parks that have been set up by the city. The verdant beauty of the city of Vancouver can be thoroughly enjoyed and experienced in these lovely parks.
But Stanley Park is much more. In many ways, it goes beyond being just a recreational area. It has become something of a cultural and social hub. If you are going with children, there are several activities to try out. The Vancouver Aquarium is inside the area. And besides, there are a lot of different play areas and two heated swimming pools inside the park. You can walk, cycle or run across the pathways.
If you are looking for a leisurely and memorable walk, you should try the Seawall which was created to prevent the place from flooding. This walk has become quite a huge tourist attraction in itself due to the amazing vistas of the sea it provides. If you are in Vancouver, this attraction is a definite must see.
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See Vancouver’s waterfront sights on a relaxing one-hour tour of Vancouver Harbor. This cruise offers stunning views of the city skyline and the North Shore Mountains. You will see the world-famous Stanley Park, a rich green oasis of majestic c
On this 7-hour tour, adventure meets education with three of the Sea to Sky's most popular attractions. You will make stops at Horseshoe Bay, Britannia Mine, Shannon Falls and the Stawamus Chief. Ride the Sea to Sky Gondola for some light hiking at t
Explore Vancouverâs lesser-known gems with your own local guide who will take you off the beaten path and into the surrounding wilderness. After a visit to the must-see beaches and totem poles of Stanley Park, youâll cross Lions Gate Bridge
Vancouver is Canada's most beautiful city, situated between the mountains and the sea. It's host to the 2010 Winter Olympics and regularly classed in the top three most livable cities in the world. Take full advantage of the short time you have on th
Enjoy this 1-hour driving tour and get a taste of Vancouver's most popular highlights. Stops include the Gastown Steam Clock, Olympic Torch, Sports Arenas, Science World, Planetarium, Chinatown, Canada Place Sails, Totem Poles, and Stanley Park.Pleas
On this popular 5-hour bike tour of Vancouver, ride on dedicated cycling lanes for most of the easygoing route, and stop to hear tales of the city from a knowledgeable guide. Without traffic to worry about, focus on the sights: Stanley Park’s r
Enjoy the fresh mountain air and scenic views while traveling through the beautiful blue waters of Howe Sound on this boat cruise. Carry on to view it all from the mountain tops of The Sea to Sky Gondola. Stop for lunch at Shannon Falls, enjoy a beau
VancouverâÂÂs top sights are all mapped out for you to explore at your own pace with this hop-on hop-off trolley tour. Hop aboard a San Francisco-style trolley and listen to live commentary as you pass 34 sites, including Stanley Park, Gr
Hit some of Vancouver's most popular sites on this 4-hour sightseeing tour. Wind through Stanley Park, Chinatown, Gastown, Granville Island and more, while learning about the places you see from an informative guide. This is a great way for first-tim
Cycle away from the urban noise and disappear into the woods on this 3-hour bike tour of stanley park. Explore the sights at a relaxed pace: First Nations totem poles in Brockton Point, Lost Lagoon, and the unexpected oasis of Third Beach, among othe
Enjoy an overview of Vancouver in the comfort of your own private chauffeured vehicle. Arrange for pickup at your hotel, condo or residence at a time that suits you. Your 2-hour excursion will showcase the true magic of the city combined with the maj
See Vancouver your way, on a private tour of the seaport city's major attractions and highlights. Spend as much time as you like at Stanley ParkâÂÂs Brockton Point, Granville Island, Chinatown and Gastown, while learning insightful commen
A gorgeous park. Quite large so you could spend the better part of an hour just walking along it's sea wall. You can go from being beside the ocean to right in the middle of the forest along one of its trails. Great place for cycling or jogging. There's a water park and a field for large team games, then a 10 minute walk will take you to the bar and grill to cap off the day. The Vancouver Aquarium is located here, as well as a tea house and a sport field. Enjoy the sights from the horse-drawn carriage tour or the hop on, hop off trolley.
A beautiful park for all ages. You can do bicycling, skate boarding, roller skating, hiking. On the trail you will get to lions bridge, mermaid statue and if you are lucky you will be seeing cruise and Canadian geese. Last year group of orca ( killer whale ) were also spotted. Gorgeous place to see native Canadian totems. And to be close to nature.
I visit Stanley Park many times a year when we have good weather to enjoy the beauty and take photographs. The Lost Lagoon is a great place to relax and watch the wildlife. So many birds, ducks, herons, geese, gulls, raccoons and squirrels. There are many great trails. Haven't found anywhere else that I enjoy spending hours and hours. Plenty of nice scenery around the Seawall as well.
Amazing place to visit, have majestic views of mountains, beach, parks, rent cycles or walk across the whole loop (around 9km's). Place is full of scenic beauty and you need good camera to capture it. Parking is bit costlier around 7 dollars for winter season and 13 dollars for summers as of year 2017. Washrooms needs cleaning, apart from this, i recommended this place a must visit if you are coming to Vancouver.
Nature and nurture at its best. Something for everyone there. If money wasn't an issue, I would just walk around this park and it's surroundings all day long