Vancouver Aquarium and Bloedel Conservatory Wildlife Tour Private
You love animals, wildlife , fishes, mammals, etc. Their cute and yet sometimes scary nature exhilarate you. You want to learn more about the world you live in, things like how may types of birds there are, why does a specific fish have this exorbitant exotic color and much more. To be precise, you are a Nature nerd!
For you, we bring the highly specialized wildlife tour where you can see all of this and more.
Visit major parks like Stanley Park and Queen Elizabeth Park where you can relax, learn about Vancouver's history and culture, feel the autumn breeze and have a generally great time.
As a wildlife fan, this tour is a MUST!
Minimum 4 people required to book.
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Explore the park with a guided tour or discover it on your own. Plan some family fun activities at any number of destinations. Play a game of tennis
or golf with a friend or take someone special out to dinner. Ride the Stanley Park Train. The choice is yours.
Extend it later on with Vancouver Aquarium, if you wish!
With a worldwide reputation as a leading marine science center, the Vancouver Aquarium was the country’s first public aquarium when it opened in
1956, and is Canada’s largest. It is home to more than 70,000 animals, more than 60,000 children take advantage of its school programs each year, and
each year it welcomes more than 1 million visitors from around the world. The numbers are impressive, but it’s the actual wildlife — the whales,
otters, snakes, dolphins, and more — than amaze the hundreds of thousands who pass through the door of the aquarium each year, which is situated
in the middle of Stanley Park just on the outskirts of downtown Vancouver.
Experience the colors and scents of the tropics year-round!
Bloedel Conservatory is a domed lush paradise located in Queen Elizabeth Park atop the City of Vancouver’s highest point. More than 120 free-flying
exotic birds, 500 exotic plants and flowers thrive within its temperature-controlled environment.
Queen Elizabeth Park:-
Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver’s horticultural jewel, is a major draw for floral display enthusiasts and view-seekers, and as a popular backdrop for
wedding photos. At 152 meters above sea level, it’s the highest point in Vancouver and makes for spectacular views of the park, city, and mountains
on the North Shore.