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The Ten Best Nude Beaches in the World

It’s time to take minimalism to a whole new level. With the ever-growing popularity of nude beaches, some local patrols are turning a blind eye, while other locales are repealing laws so nudists and naturalists can legally enjoy a naked frolic in the sand. While some do it to get back in touch with nature, […]

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Vancouver Food Tour: Eating A Path Through Gastown

When people think of Vancouver in British Columbia, a thriving multi-cultural heritage and one of Canada’s greenest cities probably comes to mind. It’s hard to go more than a few blocks without running into a park or natural element, whether it’s a garden or rows of blossoming cherry trees bursting to life on the streets. […]

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Whale Watching Trips in Vancouver

The west coast of British Columbia is home to thousands of marine and terrestrial wildlife, and spans almost 1000 kilometers of fertile coastline and temperate rain forest from Victoria on Vancouver Island to the border of Alaska. But for many people, even those who live their entire lives in this beautiful stretch of wilderness, few […]

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Hiking Vancouver Island’s North Coast Trail

The West Coast Trail on Vancouver Island has become world renowned for its spectacular scenery and ancient old-growth forests. Every year hundreds of hikers undertake the 75-kilometer stretch along the rugged coastline, which is one of Canada’s eco-tourism highlights. However, there is another hike that is equally (if not more) challenging, and often gets overshadowed. […]

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Travel Guide to Vancouver Island and its Natural Attractions

Sitting snugly against the very western edge of Canada, Vancouver Island is vast, a sparsely populated wonder where the temperate rainforests of British Columbia meet the sea. This is a land of exploration and adventure, a place where a peaceful stroll through gardens in the morning leads to an adrenaline-boosting whale-watching excursion in the afternoon. […]

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Travel Guide to the Canadian Rockies and its Attractions

With peaks of 13,000 feet above sea level, the Canadian Rockies form one of the most dramatic and picturesque landscapes on the planet. Home to five national parks, four of which make up the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site, the series of mountain ranges that form the Canadian Rockies are an ideal destination […]

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