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Stanley Park

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Stanley Park

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Stanley Park Causeway, Vancouver, British Columbia V6G 1Z4 Canada
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Vancouver Seaplane Tour

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Mix up your regular way of doing—and seeing—things while visiting Vancouver, and experience the city from up in the air on this seaplane tour. Not only can you get perspectives and pictures of the city you wouldn’t get from a bus or walking tour, but you also take off and land on the water—adding a splash landing to all adventure seekers' Vancouver vacations.
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FlyAtNight wrote a review Oct 17
Brooklin, Canada3,242 contributions433 helpful votes
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My wife and I spent the better parts of 2 days exploring Stanley Park, and realize that we needed much longer to fully appreciate it's beauty. We walked the perimeter of the park, about 6 miles and saw the totem poles, seawall, rose gardens, Lost Lagoon, Prospect Point, Girl in a Wetsuit, Hollow Tree, and much more. The Vancouver Aquarium was closed due to COVID-19 concerns unfortunately. You wouldn't know that you were in the middle of Canada's 3rd largest city. We hope to return and see what we missed from our first trip.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Ken M wrote a review Oct 16
Vancouver, Canada6 contributions1 helpful vote
I really enjoyed Stanley Park with my partner. It was a balmy spring evening. We saw many interesting couples
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Date of experience: May 2018
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bengold90 wrote a review Oct 13
422 contributions69 helpful votes
Amazing park to go for a walk where you can see the entire bay, the city, North Vancouver, then Kitsilano while enjoying no traffic, no cars and if the weather is nice, definitely a must-do. The loop is around 9-10Km if you want to do it while walking/running.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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phovasse wrote a review Oct 10
Vancouver, Canada3 contributions
Magnificent green space in downtown Vancouver! The views of the city from the sea wall is spectacular!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Trista Anderson wrote a review Oct 4
Sudbury, Canada398 contributions90 helpful votes
We spent the day in Stanley Park and it didn’t disappoint. There are numerous playgrounds, lots of park benches and other seating options, a fair amount of washrooms as well. The lagoon is neat and you can get pretty close to some ducks and other wildlife - three raccoons crossed the path about 5 feet from us. Coal Harbour is beautiful to see as well. I’d suggest going later in the day so you can experience the park in the daylight as well as evening.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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