Capilano Bridge Park

The Vancouver Experience Prize Giveaway January winners

Landsea Tours

For 2 persons
Winner: Barbara Audley, Bellingham Kiwanis Club, Pacific Northwest District

Enjoy a tour for two on Landsea Adventures, “Whistler Mountains & Adventure Tour,” where the journey is as breathtaking as the destination. With the Pacific Ocean on your left and coastal mountains to your right, relax and take in the views on your trip from Vancouver to Whistler on the Sea-to-Sky Highway. Stops along the way include stunning highway viewpoints along the highway, the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, Shannon Falls (the 3rd highest waterfall in BC) and free time in Whistler Village before heading back to Vancouver. Be sure to ask your Landsea guide about staying overnight in Whistler, where the activity options are endless!

Capilano Bridge Park

For 2 persons
Winner: Claire Kerruish, West Vancouver Kiwanis Club, Pacific Northwest District

Follow in the footsteps of millions of people who have ventured across the 450-foot-long, 230-foot-high Capilano Suspension Bridge. Originally constructed in 1889, the bridge that sits in the beautiful West Coast Rainforest has since been reconstructed, and now includes even more experiences and activities. The Cliffwalk takes you high up in the rainforest on a series of unobtrusive cantilevered and suspended walkways jutting out from the granite cliff face above Capilano River to previously unexplored areas of the park. Not for the faint of heart, it's high and narrow and, in some sections, a very strong glass is all that separates guests from the canyon far below. It's an unforgettable Vancouver attraction.  

Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa

For 1 night, 2 persons
Winner: Sally Evans, Crawfordsville Kiwanis Club, Indiana District

Relax and unwind in a King Junior Suite or Hilton Room at the luxurious, award-winning Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa. The hotel is ideally located in the heart of Whistler Village, host mountain resort of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympics Games. Named by Condé Nast as the 10th top resort hotel in Canada, the hotel is steps away from the chairlifts of the legendary Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains. This Four Diamond property offers an array of world-class restaurants, stylish boutiques, and buzzing nightlife at our doorstep. 

Harbour Air

For 1 person
Winner: Harvey Ross, Oakland Park Kiwanis Club, Florida District

See the city like you’ve never seen it before. Let Harbour Air Seaplanes take you up for a Vancouver Panorama tour overlooking the city and North Shore mountains. Depart from Vancouver’s beautiful Coal Harbour, just steps from Stanley Park, and be whisked away for a complete aerial view of Vancouver and its surrounding parks and beaches.

West Coast Sightseeing

For 2 persons
Winner: Glenda Mitchell, Stanwood-Camano Kiwanis Club, Pacific Northwest

Let these experienced guides whisk you and a guest away to a mountain paradise, via the breathtaking Sea-To-Sky Highway, with scenic pullout stops at Shannon Falls, Porteau Cove, Tantalus Glacier, Britannia Beach and Brandywine Falls along the way. You’ll have free time in Whistler Village, with ample opportunity to dine, shop, sightsee, stroll the trails or take the chairlift or gondola up to the peaks of Whistler or Blackcomb. If you weren’t overwhelmed by the beautiful views on the way up to Whistler, the panorama of sights overlooking Howe Sound on our leisurely ride home will inspire you!

Win or lose ... show your badge!

Show your conference badge at participating businesses—and get discounts offered exclusively to Kiwanis convention attendees. It’s your chance to save money on attractions and sightseeing tours, shops, spas, transportation, restaurants, liquor stores and night clubs.

A few things to note:

  1. Convention registrants (including guests registered by a Kiwanian who are not Kiwanians themselves) may also enter to be eligible to win. 
  2. The entire pool of registrants by the end of each month is added to the pool of possible winners for that month’s prizes. 
  3. A month’s prize winners are selected on the first business day after the end of that month. For example, the winner of the October drawing will be determined on November 1.
  4. Prize winners will be excluded from all subsequent months—except for the grand prize opportunity. Everyone who registers for convention and signs up for the prizes will be eligible to win the grand prize.
  5. Prizes unclaimed within 30 days or refused will be made available again in a subsequent month.
  6. Prizes must be accepted as awarded. They may not be substituted and have no cash value.
  7. By entering, the winner agrees to the use of his or her name, address, voice and likeness in any advertising or promotion without compensation. We will list winners’ names and locations on our website for at least one month after the prize draw and include them in electronic and print communications.
  8. A prize may only be awarded to people aged 18 or older. Winners may be required to prove they meet this requirement before the prize is awarded.
  9. Kiwanis International employees, the Kiwanis International Board members, their licensees, associates, affiliates, subsidiaries, exhibitors or their immediate family member and/or those living in the same household are not eligible. 
  10. By accepting the prize, the winner agrees to hold Kiwanis International, partners, sponsors, their respective directors, officers and employees and assigns harmless against any and all claims and liability arising from use of the prize. 

  11. Winners assume all liability for any injury or damage caused, or claiming to be caused, by participation in this promotion or by use or redemption of any prize. By participating in this promotion, entrants agree to be bound by the official rules.
  12. We reserve the right to cancel or suspend any prize at any point, without liability to the prize-givers or winners.
  13. Prizes left unclaimed after a month or refused will be made available as prizes in a subsequent drawing.
  14. Our decision is final on all matters, and we will not enter into any further correspondence.

 All photos on this page courtesy of Tourism Vancouver