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Temporarily Suspended - Indigenous Forest Connections

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 Temporarily Suspended - Indigenous Forest Connections

Meeting Location

This tour meets at the Stanley Park bus loop which is accessible by car, taxi, bus or by foot. Our guide will meet you under the gazebo in the bus loop. Please note, if driving by car, the parking lot is all pay parking. If taking the public bus, it is the #19 bus to Stanley Park and it is the last stop.

Price: $18.00/per person

Location: Stanley Park
Min/Max: 16 to 32 people
Multi-day: No
Scheduled: February 24

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Indigenous Forest Connections

Tour description: Talaysay Guides will create a calming, nurturing experience as we “open the door” to the medicine of the forest, inviting students to interact with nature in various meaningful and healing ways. Forest Connections, a land-based learning program, is designed for students to experience the land as a collective and in person. The students will be invited to engage in a series of activities providing an opportunity to connect to the forest with all the senses which inspires greater curiosity, creativity and connection with oneself.  

What to wear/bring: good walking shoes, appropriate layered clothing for the weather and a water bottle.  We emphasis dress to be warm. 

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:  Forest Connections, in Stanley Park or at an Alternate Location:

Type of Tour:  Eco and Wellness Tour Program

DATE:  Set in advance.

Tour start time: 10 am or 1:pm (we can adjust the schedule for your class when planned in advance)

Tour end time: tbd    Duration:  1.5 hrs

Rates:  $18.00 per student for 1.5 hrs.

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

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Custom Sites:  Lighthouse Park, Cleveland Dam, Capilano Hatchery, Pacific Spirt Park

Max/Min number of participants: 16-32 (student participants).  1 guide per 16 students.    

Paid Parking: School Buses are to check with the Stanley Park Website for your specific rates and locations.

This rate reflects elementary and secondary programs only.  

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



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