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Our 73 acres of woods and farmland, in the foothills of Golden Ears Mountain, are the perfect backdrop to a camp and retreat centre that has brought incredible excitement and outdoor education to youth and adults since 1961.
Camp Squeah, a ministry of Mennonite Church British Columbia, is a children’s summer camp, retreat centre and outdoor education facility.
Steveston Village is a destination not to be missed and is home to a myriad of shops and restaurants for all tastes, a perfect location to begin and end your Steveston whale watching excursion.
Located in the heart of Vancouver’s downtown harbour front, Canada Place generates over $1 billion per year in economic activity and is the inspiring national landmark welcoming local residents, visitors and ships to the West Coast.
The 450 ft long, 230 ft high Capilano Suspension Bridge has thrilled visitors since 1889. While the wobbly bridge and stunning location is a Vancouver landmark, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers an all-encompassing BC experience.
FlyOver Canada is a new major destination visitor attraction. Guests will soar from coast to coast on a breathtaking aerial journey taking in the excitement and grandeur of Canada through the latest in virtual flight ride technology.
Join us for an unique Vancouver experience offering unparalleled panoramic views of the city skyline, the surrounding Coastal Mountain range and many of the area's most famous landmarks.
Lotus Land Tours Inc. is a British Columbia registered company. We have been operating personalized, easy eco-adventures in the wilderness around Vancouver since 1993.
Discover the most exquisite example of traditional Chinese architecture in North America. Explore Chinese art, culture and the Buddhist philosophy inside the International Buddhist Temple.
Built in 1905 in the heart of the village, Steveston Museum and Visitor Centre’s iconic cream, red and white building is a true heritage gem. Originally Richmond’s first bank, the building is now a museum, visitor centre and post office.