Vancouver was incorporated as a city in April 1886 (just before it became the western terminus of the first trans-Canada railway, the Canadian Pacific) and was renamed to honour the English navigator George Vancouver, of the Royal Navy, who had explored and surveyed the coast in 1792. Due to its proximity to mountains and the ocean, Vancouver is famous for offering every kind of outdoor sport and adventure, from skiing and snow sports in the winter to kayaking and water sports in the summer, and hiking, camping, and biking year-round. Some top sights in Vancouver include; Stanley Park, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, Granville Island, Grouse Mountain, Vancouver Aquarium, Queen Elizabeth Park, and several others.
Moving conveniently within Vancouver has been prioritised by Tripindicator's airport and other city transfers, and visitors can explore the outsides of Vancouver on day trips and excursions from the city. These tour activities and several others are available on Tripindicator at their bests, as the tour team provides visitors with tours carefully selected from tour packages with excellent user ratings and reviews, available at affordable prices, compared to other leading tour agencies.