The impressive Museum of Anthropology, located on the campus of the University of British Columbia, shines a light upon the native peoples of this land, and displays inspired sculptures and pieces of art, such as Raven and the First Men Statue by Bill Reid. Stanley Park overlooks Vancouver from across Vancouver and English Bays, and is a nice setting to rest easy for a bit.
From the charming fishing towns of Nova Scotia, to the vast wilderness of Newfoundland, these are the last great open spaces of Eastern North America. A touch of New England, a dash of Germany, here a British fort, there an Irish brogue, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland…Watch Now >>
Haleakala National Park resonates with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture. The park is home to endangered species, some of which exist nowhere else on Earth. Hiking through Haleakala’s stark volcanic landscapes, sub-tropical rainforest, and backcountry will reinvigorate your spirit.Watch Now >>
Accompany Rudy to Vancouver Island, and get to know Diane Bernard The Seaweed Lady who knows her seaweed like an arborist knows trees. Robert Butchart opened a cement company on the modern location of what is now Butchart Gardens. His wife, Jenny Butchart, conceived of a brilliant plan to turn what had become mined landWatch Now >>
Experience a bit of Vancouver Island before taking a ferry to Port Hardy. Along the way, stunning vistas will capture your eye. From Port Hardy, take a hydroplane with spectacular views to Prince Rupert, where you will experience the wilds of northwestern British Columbia.Watch Now >>