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Now Open - Spoken Treasure School Program - Stanley Park (Local K-12 only)

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 Now Open - Spoken Treasure School Program - Stanley Park (Local K-12 only)

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Start Location of the Tour:  Stanley Park Information Booth, 715 Stanley Park Drive, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2 Your guides will be standing in front of the Information Booth on the North Side. End Location of Tour:  Stanley Park Totem Poles. Sometimes our guests stop and wait at the Stanley Park Yacht Club but you need to proceed further into the park. We are right beside by the Horsedrawn Tours. If you catch public transition there are two stops in the Park. You can get off at the very first stop is a stop at the entrance and walk to us via Stanley Park Drive. If you get off at the second stop you will arrive at the Bus Loop and can walk down the hill. .

Price: $18.00/per person


Location: Stanley Park
Min/Max: 20 to 40 people
Multi-day: No
Scheduled: Yes

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Our summer rates are $30 per student plus gst and our school rates are $18.00 per student plus gst.  Advance booking is required.Our School Season Rates run September to June and the fees are $18.00 per student plus gst.
Sincerely,
Candace T. Campo and Larry Campo - Aboriginal Eco Tours & Talaysay Tours

Explore iconic Stanley Park and walk the seawall with Indigenous Cultural Ambassadors.  Our trained Ambassador-Guides will walk with you along the seawall, a 1.1 km walk, while sharing the stories, history and lore of our great city of Vancouver – through Indigenous Eyes.  This tour includes the Aboriginal Indigenous history of Stanley Park and is completed at the renowned Stanley Park Totem Poles where the guided tour will conclude with the stories of the totem poles and the Indigenous peoples who carved them.

  • This program shares the Indigenous history of Stanley Park and Vancouver, including the experiences of contact, indigenous – settler relations, and the survival of epidemics
  • Focuses on the Salish Sea as an element that has sustained Indigenous people for millennia
  • Discusses the acute environment issues of our oceans today
  • Explores how relationships between the host tribes Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw, Musqeum and Tsleil-Waututh, the city of Vancouver and our Nation have strengthened and evolved through the decades.
  • Stanley Park Totem Poles allows us to share how rich and diverse Indigenous society and culture is in our Province of British Columbia
  • We get booked well in advance so we invite you to book and commit to your date so that we can accommodate your class.

 

Talaysay Customer Service and policies:

Our tours and school programs proceed on rainy days.  If weather is extreme with respect to severe rain or wind, we will contact you to re-schedule or cancel without cancellation penalty. 

Medical:  We ask the teachers to inform us in advance if there is any student or participants who requires an epi pen or if there are any participants with injuries or health matters that could affect their ability to experience our tour program in its full capacity. 

Group Cancellation: 14 days or more are required for a refund; we will reimburse less a 20% administration fee. 

Candace Campo - lead teacher and owner-operator 


TOUR CODE: STP-SP

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