Talking Trees -Indigenous Walking Tour

EVancouver, Canada

Into enokonwatyelwa yenziwa nguCandace

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Uzibophelele kukhuseleko
Lo mbuki zindwendwe uzibophelele kwizinto zokuzikhusela zeCOVID-19 zakwa-Airbnb.
Ukuya kutsho kubantu abayi-10
Iquka iiziselo

Into oza kuyenza

We will share an interpretive walking tour with you in beautiful Stanley Park as you learn and experience how our tribes have utilized the land for food, medicine, and technology. You'll walk through the guided trails, seeing first hand lush trees and diversity of plants while gaining new knowledge of First Nation's perspectives and history.
Other things to note
Arrive early. This is a walking tour, 2.2 km (1 m), & requires moderate mobility. Please dress for the weather. Bring a camera, sunscreen, & an umbrella if raining. Good walking shoes are recommended
We will share an interpretive walking tour with you in beautiful Stanley Park as you learn and experience how our tribes have utilized the land for food, medicine, and technology. You'll walk through the guided trails, seeing first hand lush trees and diversity of plants while gaining new knowledge of First Nation's perspectives and history.
Other things to note
Arrive early. This is a walking tour, 2.2 km (1 m), & requires moderate mob…

Oko kuqukiweyo

  • Iziselo
    made from local plants and berries

Ukufikeleleka

Bangena simahla abantu abanceda iindwendwe ezineziphene

Dibana nombuki zindwendwe wakho, uCandace

Ungumbuki zindwendwe wakwa-Airbnb ukususela ngo- 2017
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Talaysay Tours, owned by Candace and Larry Campo, Shíshálh (Sechelt) and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) First Nation, offer you an enriched cultural outdoor experience in the heart of iconic Stanley Park. All of our guides are indigenous cultural ambassadors from the local tribes who are happy to share with you our ancient and contemporary stories, legends and Indigenous ways of living.
Ukuze ukhusele ukubhatala kwakho, ungaze uthumele imali okanye uthethe nabantu ungasebenzisi iwebhsayithi okanye i-app yakwa-Airbnb. Funda okungakumbi
Aqala kwi-$52
umntu ngamnye
Yi-$52 umntu ngamnye
Joyina ezinye iindwendwe eziyi- 2
Yi-$52 umntu ngamnye

Uza kube uphi

Your Talaysay Guide will meet you in Stanley Park at the Bus Loop. The Bus Loop is located via Pipelane Rd.
More specially, the guide will waiting for you right in the Gazebo at the Bus Loop. Your guide will be looking for you but if you see him or her, please introduce yourself.
Please provide yourself ample time to arrive and be ready to enjoy a great forest walk.

Ifumene 4.84 kweziyi- 5 kwizimvo eziyi- 199.

Dana
2021 Septemba
This tour experience was amazing and unlike any other tour we've had! Our host, Alfonso, personalized the tour by welcoming us with a song on his handdrum. It was deeply powerful! He shared from his experience and we gained so much knowledge about the uses of and stewardship of the trees and land by the Indigenous peoples that were here. Alfonso graciously answered all of our questions and my only wish was that the tour was longer! Thank you!!
Megan
2021 Septemba
We had an unforgettable experience with our guide Alfonso. It’s hard to put into words what I gained from this, it was far beyond just knowledge. I recommend this with all my heart to anyone seeking to connect with nature, to grow in understanding of indigenous perspective and culture, to be a learner on how to take an active role in Reconciliation, to humbly share and to gain knowledge.
Hollis
2021 Agasti
This tour was amazing! I really recommend this for anyone who wants to learn about the original uses of the land in Stanley park and its history, it was so interesting to hear it from someone who is so connected to the land and cares so much about the area. My guide was such an amazing storyteller and obviously cared so deeply for the park, which made the tour so much more personal. Thank you!!!!
Virgil
2021 Agasti
If you are sensitive about the world you live in and everything that surrounds us, I warmly recommend you take this tour. Our guide, Alfonso, shared personal stories, explained in detail the types of trees and the use the natives have given them since time immemorial, highlighted the connection him and his ancestors have had with nature, their coexistence, them providing and taking care of each other. Great experience!
Michele
2021 Julayi
Alfonso did an excellent job explaining how First Nations people utilized and valued the forest. He covered a lot of ground and was organized in his approach. The passion that he has for this subject matter really shone through. I would recommend this tour for anyone (tourists or locals) who wants to learn about First Nations practices.
Arthur
2019 Okthoba
Candace's tour is great, she really knows and cares about the local history and is happy to share it with people on her tour.

Khetha kwintsuku ezikhoyo

Ziyi-1 ezifumanekayo
  • Okt 9, Mgq
    12:00 - 13:30
    Joyina ezinye iindwendwe eziyi- 2
    Yi-$52 umntu ngamnye

Izinto ofanele uzazi

Umthetho ongokurhoxa

Nayiphi na into enokonwatyelwa ingarhoxiswa uze uyibuyiselwe yonke imali yakho kwiiyure eziyi-24 zokubhukisha kwakho, okanye ubuncinci kwiintsuku eziyi-7 ngaphambi kokuba loo nto enokonwatyelwa iqale.

Izinto ezifunwa kundwendwe

Kungaya ukuya kutsho kwiindwendwe eziyi- 10 nokuba buthini ubudala bazo.

Izinto omele uze nazo

good walking shoes

layered clothing - dress for the weather