Visit Pacific Canada in spring.
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In the spring, Canada presents a favorable opportunity for tourists. Before the summer season begins and the temperature rises, there are several travel bargains available.
Tulips start to bloom in February, and on the west coast of Canada, spring officially starts when the temperature rises above 0 °C (32 °F). In other parts of the nation, spring continues through June. With the exception of prominent ski resorts at higher altitudes like Banff and Whistler, where the season lasts into May, April typically marks the conclusion of the winter snowfall season.
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Late Spring – Vancouver, Canada (video)
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In British Columbia, spring comes earlier than in other Canadian provinces, and the cherry blossoms are a sure marker of the changing of the seasons. Similar to Japan’s Sakura festivities, crowds congregate under ornamental cherries’ underwater blossoms starting in March.
Vancouverites spend the most money of any Canadians on recreational pursuits like mountain biking, paragliding, mountain climbing, kayaking, and diving. Vancouver has been named the “most livable city” in the world on numerous occasions by the British daily The Economist. It never ceases to amaze me how Jen McCormack, a fashion designer, can live in a big city and still be so near to nature. For instance, Stanley Park, Canada’s largest urban park at 400 hectares, is one example.
Dr. Sun-Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden also offers contrasts: jade-green lakes and magnificent pagodas offer meditative stillness and an Asian ambience. The fact that Vancouver is also known as “Hongkouver” is not by accident; 37% of the population is Asian. The most interracial weddings occur in Vancouver, which is a relatively multicultural city in Canada.
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