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Vancouver: Stanley Park Rainforest Bike Tour

Product ID: 142557
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This unique bike tour brings you to one of the most beautiful parks in the world. Stanley Park is larger than New York’s Central Park with 400 hectares of bucolic beauty to explore. Immerse yourself in an ancient, beautiful landscape.
About this activity
Duration 2.5 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English
Booklets
English
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • Explore the beautiful Stanley Park
  • Take in spectacular ocean and mountain views from the seawall
  • Learn about British Columbia's temperate rainforest
  • Discover secret beaches, totem poles, and giant cedar trees
Full description
Did you know that Stanley Park was voted the most beautiful park in the world in a recent poll?

Explore a unique rainforest ecosystem on this Stanley Park bike tour. Larger than New York’s Central Park with 400 hectares of bucolic beauty to cover, Stanley Park is renowned for its ancient cedar trees, stunning ocean views, and hidden points of interests. Ride along the seawall cycle path, taking in the skyline of mountains on one side and skyscrapers on the other.
Getting lost in the middle of the rainforest with your guide will be part of the fun! Your knowledgeable guide will tell you all about the biodiversity of the temperate rainforest and the history of Vancouver, from thousands of years of First Nations habitation to more recent events like when Stanley Park was partially destroyed in 2006, losing more than 10,000 trees to a very strong storm.

The highlights of the Stanley Park tour include the totem poles, Lost Lagoon, Beaver Lake, red cedar trees, secret beaches and much more!
Includes
  • Fun guide
  • Bike, helmet, chain lock, map, basket

When you get there

Meeting point

The local supplier's office at 1351 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2B7, Canada.

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