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TUESDAY, JULY 27, 2010

Float Plane Flight: Vancouver to Nanaimo

Float planes (also known as Seaplanes) have become an important mode of transportation for many people getting to remote destinations can be difficult requiring several hours of being on various ferries and driving countless hours on back roads - now travel enthusiasts can just hop aboard a float plane and travel to these spectacular locales! Even regular routes like those between Downtown Vancouver and Nanaimo Harbour (and to Victoria Harbour) which are frequented by commuters offer spectacular views from above of the city, forest, oceans and mountains below!

The North Shore from a float plane.Looking out the front window of a float plane to the Lions Gate Bridge.Take the opportunity to catch a ride on a float plane (seaplane) which offers spectacular views of the city, forests, mountains and ocean below with a birds eye view! With several companiesCargo Ship in English Bay near West Vancouver, British Columbia. Lighthouse Park in West Vancouver from a float plane.offering flights from main terminals (such as the Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, Downtown Vancouver at Coal Harbour and on Vancouver Island at Nanaimo and VictoriaNanaimo Harbour on Vancouver Island from a float plane.Lighthouse on Entrance Island near Vancouver Island, British Columbia.Habours. A ride on a float plane (many companies offer daily scheduled flights starting at $90 one way) is a fast and scenic mode of travel which has become a highlight for many locals and visitors.Approaching Vancouver, British Columbia. Why Stanley Park and the City of Vancouver from a float plane.not take a 20 minute ride over the skies of Vancouver and check out somewhere new for a day! Public transit also provides endless opportunities for exploring at the end of your float plane ride!






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