If you loved the Capilano Suspension Bridge, you will love The Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge.
Grouse Mountain may be the most famous of the North Shore Mountains, but there are two other mountains that are worth visiting.
Not to be confused with a classic ocean-going vessel, Canada Place is a permanent structure located at the Vancouver Convention Centre on Vancouver Harbour.
If you can’t get enough of local history, then be sure to pay a visit to the Museum of Vancouver.
Don’t forget to visit Olympic Village, a newly developed area located on the southeast shore of False Creek.
By now you may have some appreciation for the spectacular landscape that flanks Vancouver.
If you’re wondering what to do in Vancouver at night, then make your way to the Richmond Night Market just 20 minutes from the downtown core.
South of downtown Vancouver, Richmond is home to Vancouver’s other Chinatown.
After passing through the impressive Millenium Gate, you’ve officially arrived in Vancouver’s bustling Chinatown.
Crossing over the Lions Gate Bridge, we take you to North Vancouver to enjoy Grouse Mountain.
One of the best things to do in Vancouver is to take a sunset cruise to enjoy the city’s scenic waterfront.
The center of the park known as Little Mountain is the highest point in the city.
Close to Stanley Park, English Bay is another popular beachfront that brings the crowds on sunny days.
Vancouver is a fun city to explore but it is even better on a boat tour. Beyond the city limits lies an incredible place to see migrating whales.
Capilano Suspension Bridge may get all the plaudits, but it isn’t the only one of its kind in Vancouver.