For View Seekers
Photography lovers and view seekers should make every effort to visit Grouse Mountain. It is an unforgettable experience. The peak stands at over 4,000 feet tall and has become a place of refuge for many species of wildlife in Canada. Grouse Mountain
is also a hotspot for two- legged creatures such as yourself, and offers a flurry of activity all year round. So get whisked away by the red Skyride tram, climb to the very top of the majestic mountain, and feast your eyes on the captivating skyline, the dazzling harbor, and Vancouver Island. If you are a bit more adventurous, try some zip lining, paragliding, or climb aboard and enjoy a very scenic helicopter ride. Along with Grouse Mountain, Vancouver is very famous for its whale watching. From March to October, thousands of whales migrate along the coast of North America, making Vancouver one of the world’s best spots for whale watching. You should definitely see them for yourself in their natural habitat. It’s very rare not to feast your eyes on a beautiful humpback whale, a minka, or the locally cherished orcas. See them in all their grandeur aboard a speed Zodiac, a cruiser, a kayak, or sit back and look down on them from a seaplane.