Granville Island Walking Tour [4K | Binaural Audio]





WALKING IN VANCOUVER, CANADA: Be sure to turn on closed captions so you can learn the history of the island and how to turned from an industrial wasteland to one of the top tourist attractions in Vancouver BC. 🎧For an even more immersive experience, be sure to put on your headphones and listen in 3D audio.

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19 Comments

  1. nice place!

    I subscribe and I like it

    Prowalk Tours, could you do the same on my new youtube channel? Thank you
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    Prowalk Tours, podrias hacer lo mismo en mi nuevo canal youtube? gracias

  2. Great tour of the island and area. Would love to get to Vancouver some day. Thanks so much for taking us around. Very cool to be on an island in the midst of a major city like that. -Henry

  3. 19:42 One of the ugliest eyesores in Vancouver, on top of other dubious industrial companies right on the waterfront.
    I'm not sure how this concrete company keeps getting it's contract/lease renewed, but they could probably make tourists happier if it wasn't there. It goes to show the city council must be paid off and bribed.

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