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Caminhada de tesouros indígenas

Avaliado com 4,94 de 5 de um total de 106 avaliações.Vancouver, Canadá

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Experiência oferecida por Candace

90 minutos
Para até 10 pessoas
Oferecida em Inglês

O que você fará

The history - Stanley Park & VanCity through Indigenous eyes

Join us on a leisurely, 1.1 km walk along the seawall of Stanley Park. This cultural, historical interpretive walk starts at the Stanley Park Information Booth highlighting the Indigenous history and stories of Vancouver and Stanley Park.
Along the way you will enjoy the unique Indigenous stories, oral history and perspectives of our shared city, it's early developments and world renowned Stanley Park. This place has been the home to our peoples and tribes for thousands of years and we would like to share this amazing history with you. This tour will have several stops along the way; your guide-ambassador will share how the Salish Sea has provided for our people in a sustain intact society for countless generations. The tour will conclude at the Stanley Park totem poles where we will highlight the history and stories of the carved totems, tell who caved them and what they mean to our people. 75 minutes will go fast and you will go away with fascinating indigenous told stories of this city, and a deeper awareness and an enriched understanding of the Indigenous people of this region, our way of life, our art, legends and our sacred relationship to the land and our ancestors.
The history - Stanley Park & VanCity through Indigenous eyes

Join us on a leisurely, 1.1 km walk along the seawall of Stanley Park. This cultural, historical interpretive walk starts at the Stanley Park Information Booth highlighting the Indigenous history and stories of Vancouver and Stanley Park.
Along the way you will enjoy the unique Indigenous stories, oral history and perspectives of our shared city, it's early developments and world renowned Stanley Park. This place has been the home to our peoples and tribes for thousands of years and we would like to share this amazing history with you. This tour…

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A partir de $47
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ter., 11 de ago.
14:00 - 15:30
$47 por pessoa
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qua., 12 de ago.
12:00 - 13:30
$47 por pessoa
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ter., 18 de ago.
14:00 - 15:30
$47 por pessoa
$47 por pessoa

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We are an Indigenous Tour company that provides authentic cultural experiences via walking tours here in Stanley Park, Vancouver. Our guides are indigenous members of the local Salish tribes in the lower mainland. A team are trained in education, anthropology, archaeology, ethnobotany, filmmaking, outdoor education, fine arts and music. We love to share the rich history of our people, the land, the true stories of the iconic totem poles, and the unique history of Vancouver and Stanley Park through Indigenous eyes
Candace is the lead guide, owner-operator, a member of the Shíshálh & Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Indigenous communities who reside in North Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast.
We provide our tours in our indigenous homelands of  xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) , sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) & sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) & Shíshálh land.
We are an Indigenous Tour company that provides authentic cultural experiences via walking tours here in Stanley Park, Vancouver. Our guides are indigenous members of the local Salish tribes in the lower mainland. A team are trained in education, anthropology, archaeology, ethnobotany, filmmaking, outdoor education, fine arts and music. We love to share the rich history of our people, the land, the true stories of the iconic totem poles, and the unique history of Vancouver and Stanley Park th…
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Onde você estará

Your guide will meet you in front of the Stanley Information Booth, 715 Stanley Park Dr., Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2. We will walk along the sea wall, highlighting the history of the city, the tribes who live here and the stories of early contact and our lives today. Here our songs, indigenous practices, including the Potlatch ceremony, the diversity of tribes here in BC and leave better knowing the true & rich history and culture of our people.

Avaliado com 4,94 de 5 de um total de 106 avaliações.

Colleen
outubro de 2019
This is a super awesome tour! Beautiful location, and you get to learn about native life before Vancouver was colonized. Alfonso was a fantastic tour guide.
Sergio
outubro de 2019
This experience changed completely my perspective and the meaning of totems. They tell you the story of its people and ancestral stories and traditions. It worth a lot. Thank you Alonso for sharing with us the First Nation perspective and receiving us as friends. I recommend you to take the tour. Saludos desde México
This experience changed completely my perspective and the meaning of totems. They tell you the story of its people and ancestral stories and traditions. It worth a lot. Thank you…
Diane
outubro de 2019
What an amazing experience. This should be on everyone's list for what to do in Vancouver. Candace offered such insight and unique information that enhanced our understanding of the indigenous cultures in Vancouver. She was a phenomenal host. Our only regret is that we went on the tour toward the end of our week in Vancouver. If we had done it earlier it would have helped us further understand a lot of the art and cultural exhibits we saw.
What an amazing experience. This should be on everyone's list for what to do in Vancouver. Candace offered such insight and unique information that enhanced our understanding of…
Winifred
outubro de 2019
Wow, what a wonderful and personal tour. I learned so much about First Nations history and culture. Our guide Alfonso was welcomingand knowledge.
Tara
outubro de 2019
Our experience with Candace was very beautiful. It was an engaging respectful, honouring walk with a caring, kind, welcoming and authentic host. Candace possesses a peaceful heart and spirit and is a wonderful story teller who holds tremendous insight and awareness.! Candace shares the knowledge of her people and their history with a great deal of respect and understanding. It was s a true honourto take this tour. Hidden magic is always possible when meeting new friends on a tour such as this and our time was just that .. magical.!! Thank You Candace
Our experience with Candace was very beautiful. It was an engaging respectful, honouring walk with a caring, kind, welcoming and authentic host. Candace possesses a peaceful heart…
Katrina
setembro de 2019
I have been to Vancouver a few times but had no idea about the history of the First Nation tribes who had called the place home. The experience was eye-opening and at times heart-wrenching.

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Requisitos dos hóspedes

No máximo 10 hóspedes com 12 anos ou mais podem participar. Os pais também podem levar crianças com menos de 2 anos.

Mais dicas

Bring your own camera, water bottle, sun screen, sun glasses. In the non-summer months, we recommend you dress warm, wear rain resistant clothing and bring an umbrella, hat, toque or beanie. Please dress for the weather. Layers are good and comfortable walking shoes are recommended.

O que levar

good walking shoes

a hat, sunglasses, sun screen