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Forest Therapy Walk Tour

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 Forest Therapy Walk Tour

Meeting Location

Your guide Haida will be standing at the Interpretive sign and bike rack in between the parking lot and the bus loop. There is an interpretive sign map right at the bus loop but you need to look west. Your guide(s) will be looking for you. If they see you they will give you a wave.

Price: $89.00/per adult


Location: Stanley Park
Duration: 3
Min/Max: 2 to 12 people
Multi-day: No
Scheduled: February 18|March24|March25|

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Tour description: Haida Bolton, BC’s First Certified Forest Therapy Guide,  will create a calming, nurturing experience as she “opens the door” to the medicine of the forest, inviting you to interact with nature in various meaningful and healing ways.  This is a mindful, very moderately paced walk often stopping to connect to the forest with all your senses, which in turn creates a better connection with yourself.  The tour includes snacks and a tea ceremony.   

What to wear/bring: good walking shoes, appropriate layered clothing for the weather and a water bottle

Who we are:  Talaysay Tours, owned by Candace and Larry Campo, Shíshálh (Sechelt) and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) First Nation, offer you an enriched cultural outdoor experience. Haida Bolton (Nature With Haida) is an associate company to Talaysay Tours. 

Tour Activity:  Forest Therapy Walk, Stanley Park

Type of Tour:  Eco - Wellness Tour

DATE:   February 18, March 24, March 25, 2018

Tour start time: 1:00

Tour end time:  4:00 pm    Duration:  3 hrs

Meeting location: Meet at Bus Loop 2, Stanley Park (At the Interpretive Sign), near the petting farm

Map Link:  https://goo.gl/maps/CuqbXfguX9H2

Max/Min number of participants: 12/ Min: 2 , for ages 18+ 

Paid Parking: $3.25 per hr

(Rate:  $89 pp   plus gst includes a snack and tea ceremony. Please inform us of any allergies.)    Parking fees apply. 

Note:  Scientific studies on the effects of forest therapy and its health benefits can be found at http://www.natureandforesttherapy.org/the-science.html Benefits include reduced stress hormones, increased Natural Killer Cells, boosted immune system and decreased blood pressure.

Easy Book on-line:  https://www.aboriginalecotours.com/tours/aboriginal-eco-tours/vancouver/wellness-tours/forest-therapy-walk-tour

For inquiries specific to the tour:  haida@naturewithhaida.ca or call Haida at 1-604-989-3600.

Other Inquiries:  Toll Free: 1-800-605-4643, Vancouver Line:  604-628-8555    Email:  info@talaysay.com or askus@aboriginalecotours.com  We are proud members of Aboriginal Tourism BC, Tourism Vancouver, Squimish.com, Sunshine Coast Tourism, Northshore Chamber of Commerce


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