Like diving into history? Well, then you will enjoy this first-hand perspective into First Nations’ history and culture from a First Nations descendant and how they have lived and managed the land for generations, on this walking tour in Vancouver’s Stanley Park. You will be led by a First Nations descendant and cultural ambassador, who will help you complete the trip with ease. This interesting walking trip that takes place in Vancouver is apt for nature-lovers, history buffs and people travelling with their family or friends. Take a relaxing stroll around Beaver Lake to comprehend the history and culture of the First people even better.
Pack your bags! Time to get ready to head out! You will need to reach the parking lot for the Aquarium and Stanley Park Mini Train first. Learn about the guide’s family background before you start this trip. You will then begin your interpretive walk around the Beaver Lake. Pay close attention as your guide points at the plants that were harvested back in the day for food, medicine, art and shelter. As the trip comes to an end, you will be led by your guide back to the departure point from where you can avail any public transport back to your place of stay.
Marking a few points! Confirmation will be received at the time of booking this trip. Unfortunately, no wheelchairs will be accessible for disabled people but strollers will be provided if required. Service animals are allowed. Travellers with back problems or heart problems or any other serious medical conditions are not recommended for participation. Cancellation would not be a problem but for a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours prior to the start of the experience. We would be pleased to help you make this trip less stressful and more memorable. So, are you still worried? Well, worry no more! Just have faith in us!