The Greenery That is Vancouver

by Female Abroad

Those who enjoy nature's beauty and wildlife while boasting that they've been to every city in the world but haven't yet made it to Vancouver haven't genuinely experienced nature's true splendour. Since it is said that if one wants to know the secret, they should look no further than the hardworking people who keep Vancouver, the greenest city in the world. These workers not only help exhibit Vancouver's natural beauty in its purest form, but they also display the fortitude and tenacity of all of the city's inhabitants who help maintain as well as use this natural gift.

One of the warmest cities in Canada, Vancouver is known for its rainy but warm climate with mild winters. Winter season is brief with some snowfall, while summer season is typically moderated by cool port breezes. The residents of Vancouver enjoy participating in sports, like running and biking or organized sports like lacrosse, football, and ice hockey. There are numerous leagues that plan annual competitions that attract hundreds of teams from around Canada.

It can also be claimed that, as the host city for the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, Vancouver is pouring its charm out to the world and drawing tourists from all over the world. Millions of people from all over the world like to visit Vancouver first because it is the centre of Canada's tourism sector. There are numerous resorts and picturesque locations, including Grouse Mountain, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Shannon Waterfall, Stanley Park, Chinatown, and Gastown. Vancouver's city planners are always working to make their city as appealing as they had envisioned it to be in order to claim the title of "the greenest city" by the year 2020.

Vancouver is a destination worth visiting whether you enjoy the great outdoors or not as both day and night are filled with entertainment.