Public Question Asked by Jehiel Carlos about Vancouver
What other places to see besides the regular ones that tourist gp?
The Best Answer
Answered by Chris Lamothe , Banff, Canada
It varies based on your interest and the time of year. What season are you coming, and how fit are you/you're family?
Answered by Rachel Evans , Toronto, Canada
Toronto Zoo, and the many bike paths by the lake (not super busy so you can walk them quite easily with GREAT views)
Answered by Shehz , Mississauga, Canada
I'm confused here.
your query is for Vancouver, but I see replies related to Toronto.
Anyways, I don't have a clue for the former, and in Toronto, make an effort and go to see The African Safari (near Burlington), that'll be the only 'different' activity.
Answered by Jason Kucherawy , Toronto, Canada
Tourists tend to go to the places that are the most interesting, most scenic, and most fun. If you want to get away from the tourists, it depends on what you want to do. You'll get different suggestions if you just want to have a beer where the locals drink or if you want to see some local art.
I would suggest taking a tour with Tour Guys in Vancouver (http://www.tourguys.ca) or at least contacting email@example.com for info on what to do that is not "touristy". He's a great guy and very helpful! Disclaimer - I'm the Toronto Tour Guy and Steve is my counterpart in Vancouver.
Answered by Dai Evans , Cardiff, United Kingdom
Take a trip over to Vancouver Island. It's quite cheap and buses from the main bus depot will take you right onto the ferry boat. Beautiful part of the world.
Answered by tiffany wang , New Westminster, Canada
I like to travel by myself too because I can freely manage my time, and not just stop off a spot briefly, but the time is always not enough since there are myriad of fun things to see. Therefore, I'd probably visit one place for several short-term stays, or for an at least 2-week. Sometimes I got different feeling in the same place especially in different seasons. You mentioned that you want to go to Banff again. Where have you been? I think if you can specifically give out your destinations, interest and time/days, even rough budget, you’ll get exacter suggestions from this website. Moreover, maybe you can try to connect some local magazine or travel guilds’ editors, such as “Banff Resort Guide” (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). I’ve tried this way for my trip in Japan. Maybe it also works in Canada. I believe they will love to help travellers. Banff is located in Alberta. If you’d like to, as well, go around Vancouver, in BC, there is one-hour time difference. When you’re planning your schedule, don’t forget it. :)
Answered by Bob Vujicic , Vancouver, Canada
I am in Vancouver, and I could give you ideas depends what time of year you plan to visit, and depends what is your budget and how many days you plan to stay?