ADVENTURE JOURNAL

Wanderlust – The Lakes of the Rocky Mountains

To ease the cabin fever you are likely experiencing as a result of being in either a state of self-isolation or full lockdown. We are going to be loading virtual tours of some of the amazing places we go to … Read More

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Discover Canada Tours Suspending All Tours Until April 17th

With the travel restrictions that have been put into place, both by the Government of Canada and many countries around the world, Discover Canada Tours will be suspending all scheduled tours with immediate effect. While this was an incredibly difficult … Read More

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Which is ACTUALLY Better…Vancouver or Toronto?

It’s a question as old as time…one which has left scholars baffled and philosophers befuddled. It’s the question that shakes the nation, and which many Canadians have had to ask themselves at some point in their lives: Which is better…Vancouver … Read More

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The Number One Can’t-Miss Trip to Whistler WSSF!!!

Whistler is undeniably magical all-the-year-round but there is one time of year that stands out above the rest: The World Ski & Snowboard Festival (WSSF). From mountain culture at its finest to skiing and snowboarding alongside the greats, here are … Read More

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COVID-19 and What It Means for Discover Canada Tours

Update March 16th, 2020 – 5:00pm With the travel restrictions that have been put into place, both by the Government of Canada and many countries around the world, Discover Canada Tours will be suspending all scheduled tours with immediate effect. … Read More

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The British Columbia Effect: The Therapeutic Effects of Getting Back to Nature

If you’re feeling stressed, depressed, uninspired, or just plain tired, it might be time to head for the hills, literally.  “The British Columbia Effect” by Destination BC explores the positive effects spending time out in nature can have on one’s … Read More

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6 Reasons You Should Definitely Visit North Vancouver

Table of Contents North Shore Spirit Trail Deep Cove Lynn Canyon Rice Lake  Lonsdale Quay Shipyards Brewery District  #1 North Shore Spirit Trail Similar to Downtown Vancouver’s seawall, the North Shore Spirit Trail is a 35km greenway that winds along … Read More

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11 Romantic Date Ideas in Vancouver

Table of Contents Dinner at Prospect Point Capilano Suspension Bridge Cocktails at Prohibition  Sunset at Quarry Rock  Food Tour at Granville Island  VanDusen Botanical Garden  Skating at Robson Square Vancouver Art Gallery Dessert at Vancouver Lookout Tower  Classic movie at … Read More

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Top 5 Travel Goals for 2020

New year,  new travel destinations! Hello, 2020! The beginning of a new year, or even a new decade in our case, is always exciting. This is the time, when we all set goals and expectations for the upcoming 12 months. … Read More

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How to Spend a Snowy Day in Metro Vancouver

Sound the alarm – there is snow in Vancouver! If you’re from Alberta, Manitoba, or basically anywhere else in Canada you might be wondering why everyone is freaking out. This is Canada…isn’t it supposed to snow? But Vancouver is unique … Read More

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