Most people visiting Canada are there to fully immerse themselves in its beautiful nature, but what if we told you that you don’t have to go off the beaten track to discover it? Most Canadian cities are home to several beautiful parks – and that’s certainly the case with Vancouver.
Queen Elizabeth Park
Located atop the Little Mountain, Queen Elizabeth Park is home to some of the most meticulously maintained gardens in the whole city. After exploring its beautifully landscaped grounds, take a moment to enjoy the panoramic views of the entire city.
Stanley Park covers 1,001 acres and it’s one of the largest public parks that you’ll come across in Canada. One thing that makes this park so special is the fact it’s mostly a product of the natural environment, and not landscape architecture, like most modern parks. Due to its high size, you can find many attractions on its premises, including the Vancouver Aquarium.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Located just outside Vancouver, this picture-perfect park is home to the Capilano Suspension Bridge, one of Canada’s most Instagrammable attractions. After walking across the swaying bridge, you should consider exploring some of the other experiences that Capilano has in store, from Cliffwalk to birdwatching.