Vancouver Travel Posts
Are you travelling to Vancouver? I made this Vancouver travel resource page with all of my helpful travel posts for my hometown. Research and read so that you know before you go and have the best possible trip to this beautiful Canadian coastal gem.
VANCOUVER TRAVEL POSTS + OTHER LOWER MAINLAND AREAS
Vancouver Packing List: What To Bring For Your Trip
The Best Free Or Low-Cost Activities For Traveling To Vancouver On A Budget
24 Hours In Vancouver – A Perfect Day Itinerary
48 Hours In Vancouver – A Perfect 2 Day or Weekend Trip
The Best Budget Eats In Vancouver Under $20
Where To Have The Best Dinners In Vancouver
Craft Beer in Vancouver & Victoria
Vancouver Breakfast & Brunch Spots
Where To Eat The Best Sushi In Vancouver
Granville Island: A Vancouver Favourite For Locals And Travellers
Aquabus: Get The Best Vancouver Views For Under $10
Stanley Park, The World’s Best Park
Deep Cove In North Vancouver: A Local Favourite
Capilano Suspension Bridge: An Iconic Vancouver Attraction
Steveston Village – A Fishing Village Near Vancouver
The Best Budget Eats In Richmond BC
Golden Ears: An Outdoor Adventure Day Trip From Vancouver
Canadian Government: Find Out If You Need A Visa To Enter
Coming By Car? Check Out Border Lineups Here
Translink: Vancouver’s Public Transporation
Read Vancouver hotel reviews on Tripadvisor
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HELPFUL GENERAL TRAVEL TIPS
- Flights: Find a cheap flight using Skyscanner or Momondo. I like these two booking sites because they both search all websites and airlines around the globe including budget airlines.
- Accommodations: I use Booking.com or Tripadvisor to find the best rates on hotels. Hotels.com offers a free night after booking 10 nights.
- Get up to $40 off your first Air Bnb stay by using this code!
- Travel Insurance: Having gotten sick on my travels in the past, I never travel without being insured. You never know when something may happen. For my round the world trip and extended long-term travel, I use World Nomads. For other trips, I have used Roam Right and they cover activities like extreme sports.