I recently enjoyed a car-free experience in Tofino thanks to Harbour Air and Tofino Resort + Marina. Living in Downtown Vancouver, I walked to the seaplane terminal in Coal Harbour on a bright and sunny September morning, hopped on the Vancouver/Tofino flight, and in an hour I was walking up the resort dock as the […]
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Landing on a Glacier in the Yukon’s Kluane National Park with Icefield Discovery: These incredible tours are offered April to September.
If last year was my year of kayaks and helicopters, this year is canoes and blimps — well just one blimp in particular. The Goodyear Blimp is a cultural icon, a legendary airship with over nine decades of history. From a massive fleet in WWII to hosting Presidents and celebrities, to making appearances in the […]
Nanaimo’s annual festival of food, Feastival returns for the second year, June 17-18, 2016. It features a tradeshow event, family cooking classes, celebrity chefs, and Sips at Feastival, featuring local craft breweries, small-batch island wineries, local artisanal spirit producers. I recently wrote a story for FestivalSeekers about another major component of the festival: the third […]
Plant your feet, hold out your phone, and turn your body to get a 360 degree view of the city as though you’re a bird in the clouds. SKY Helicopters and Agency Media recently released a 360 degree video of Vancouver at sunset, and it’s pretty epic. 360 Video of Vancouver at Sunset Make sure […]
There’s something quintessentially “West Coast” about flying to and from your destination in a seaplane. Gliding across the water in an aircraft where almost every position feels like a window seat, lifting up above the bay, cruising over bridges and byways, you see the world from a whole new perspective. Touching down in another city […]