$147 to find Sasquatch in BC

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Posted May 30, 2013 by Vacay in British Columbia

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Are you curious about the existence of Sasquatch?

Is your idea of an awesome vacation trying to figure out whether this legendary creature exists? If the answer is yes, then you have to check out the unique Sasquatch Adventure Package from Harrison Beach Hotel in British Columbia.

So far (like Elvis Presley) there are only glimpses of Sasquatch. But Harrison Beach Hotel may be your best chance to see for yourself if the legend is true. This opportunity is available throughout the year.

In the centre of town in Harrison Hot Springs (140 kilometres east of Vancouver on Highway 1), this village is often referred to as the Sasquatch capital of the world with an abundance of reported sightings. With this package, you will join Sasquatch researchers from the area. Climb aboard a six-passenger all-terrain vehicle and listen while your guide tell you all about the evidence supporting the existence of Sasquatch, also known as Bigfoot.

According to the site, the tour takes visitors to Sasquatch Provincial Park, where guides will discuss numerous reported encounters.“You will get to hear about many of the most well known sighting reports in Sasquatch history as well of the capture of a young Sasquatch above the town of Yale in 1884.  If that doesn’t have you questioning your stance on the Sasquatch, your guides will also give you a chance to look at cast footprints and other evidence suggesting the existence of this mystical creature.”

The Harrison Beach Hotel offers guests affordable and comfortable accommodations. Vacay.ca has no idea if you’ll actually see Canada’s version of Chewbacca, but one thing is certain — you’ll love the scenery and have a wonderful time looking. Prices for this adventure start at $147 a person, plus taxes on a one-night stay.

Package includes:

  • Sasquatch adventure tour
  • One or two nights stay in any room type

Vacay.ca Recommends Vancouver Getaways

After you find evidence of Bigfoot, make the trek to Vancouver and check out some of the attractions in the city. Vacay.ca Outdoors Columnist Tricia Edgar recently listed her 5 tips for exploring Vancouver as a family.

Her choices include: 

  • Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
  • Telus World of Science
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • Grouse Mountain
  • Vancouver Aquarium

Read her article that explains what you can see and do at each of these attractions

To book with Harrison Hotel: Click here, call 1-866-338-8111 or email them at info@harrisonbeachhotel.com.


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