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Need to fill in trip plans with one more destination near Vancouver

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Thank you in advance for your input on our upcoming trip to Vancouver. I am looking for advise on where to spend the first 2-3 days of our trip. So far we will be in Vancouver for 3 nights in June, then will be staying in Tofino 4 nights including travel days, then fly home. We have probably 3 days to fill in when we arrive until when we need to be in Vancouver.

So far I am thinking about Whistler area. I want to be sure we are not missing another destination(s) that we might love. I was looking at the Nita Lake Lodge. We've been to Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper on another trip so I am not sure if Whistler should be a must do. Wondered about Salt Spring Island. Originally my plan and desire was to spend time in a native First Nations area but from research I have done, it appears to be too far. We love when we travel to experience life as it is in communities, villages. If you have a suggestion of what to check out, that would be so helpful. By the way, I am not all that open to taking float and other small planes to get to places.

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