Travellers want to have the best experience possible when they head on holiday to a place such as Vancouver. This Canadian city is fascinating to visit but also offers a range of top destinations that are easy to get to by car, train, boat or air. A wonderful place to venture to is Salt Spring Island that has an abundance of things to do there. Tourists can head to the well-known Saturday Market at this spot that offers many home-made or grown products. It is a brilliant place for picking up holiday souvenirs or gifts such as handmade toys and bags, but also amazing for any foodies who desire some delicious vegan or gluten-free treats.
There are a range of top vineyards and wineries in the area that will excite travellers who like to indulge in a glass or two of wine. There are many seaplanes that can take tourists to Salt Spring that depart from Vancouver Harbour and Vancouver South Terminal. The flight is half an hour in length and departs several times a day from these two destinations. The islands of Haida Gwaii are only a few hours away and are very rewarding to visit, offering a number of spots to land there. Visitors can head to Masset on the north coast and wander down the deserted beach area at Naikoon Provincial Park to admire the natural beauty of the area.
They can instead head to Sandspit on Moresby Island that has the Haida Heritage Centre and the ancient village sites of Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve. These sites can only be reached by water and provide a very unique and memorable experience. The Great Bear Rainforest is another excellent option for travellers that can be reached by seaplane. Visitors will arrive in the village of Klemtu where they get to explore the pretty beaches in the region. The wildlife is captivating with the chance to encounter dolphins, wolves and black bears. Tourists must stay in the centre of the city to find a top Vancouver hotel for their break.
One of the best accommodations is L’Hermitage Hotel Vancouver that offers an amazing residence with impressive rooms and suites. They have modern amenities such as an iPod docking station, plasma television and Nespresso coffee machine. The hotel has a brilliant business centre, fitness studio, steam room and Jacuzzi. Travellers will appreciate the on-site eaterie of L’Orangerie Dining Room and Lounge, which serves a tasty breakfast and offers a lovely afternoon tea with finger sandwiches, raisin scones and French preserves. There is a pretty outdoor garden and terrace, and tourists can hire bikes to see the city.
Tourists have a huge choice of Vancouver hotels boutique in nature, but this residence is one of the best in the Canadian city. Some travellers may just want to have a relaxing time when they head on a vacation, such as venturing to the Kootenay Rockies region that offers a brilliant riverside golf course. Apart from playing a few games travellers can also hike along the alpine meadows where they can go kayaking and rafting. This spot is 90 minutes by air from Vancouver to Cranbrook allowing travellers to try a rather different side of Canada.