As I’m working on the logistics for the Sprott Natural Resource Symposium – July 25-28 at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver – I’m also planning my family’s summer retreat.
We LOVE Vancouver! And we’re not alone, 2016 was the best year ever for tourism in this dynamic city, with the number of overnight visitors surpassing 10 million.
I’ve been traveling here every summer since 2004, for natural resource conferences – first for Agora and then with Sprott beginning in 2014.
And there’s a very good reason why my family makes Vancouver our holiday destination too…
No other city on earth is like it.
In fact, Rick Rule, our host and the returning Symposium chairman calls it, “My favorite city in the world.” He actually comes here for several months every year, and spends his free time hiking the city’s fantastic trails.
Adding on just a couple of days pre or post-Symposium will give you an authentic taste of this compact, bustling seaport that’s ethnically diverse… culturally colorful… and a walkable city, right on the edge of nature.
And the best news?
As a Symposium attendee, you’ll receive a significant discount on your stay at the landmark Fairmont Hotel Vancouver in the heart of downtown… not only for the event but for three days before and after.
Whether you’re thinking about a family vacation, romantic getaway or an outdoor adventure, I’d be happy to help you plan an itinerary that can comfortably cover sightseeing, outdoor adventure, dining, shopping or exploring this city’s unique neighborhoods.
My Vancouver friends often comment that I know my way around better than they do! That’s because every year I make a point of experiencing something new within the city… and outside too.
North America’s second-largest airport is only 30 minutes from the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, making it easy to arrange pre and post event excursions to Whistler, Victoria and Butchart Gardens, the Okanagan wine region, OR…
You can take an unforgettable daylight-only train journey where you’ll experience rich history and awe-inspiring natural wonders between British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies.
Many unique options are available along with several rail routes to choose from, and you’ll spend each night in a comfortable hotel.
Or how about an Alaskan Adventure?
Vancouver is not only the most passenger-friendly cruise port in North America, it’s also the only homeport offering both one-way and round-trip itineraries through the picturesque Inside Passage – along the west coast of British Columbia – to Alaska.
A wide range of cruise lines operate out of Vancouver allowing you to choose from “all-the-amenities-you-could-want” or smaller, more intimate ships.
These Vancouver excursions are incredibly popular and sell out quickly. If you’re interested in signing up for one of these exciting trips,
It couldn’t be easier. I’ll work with you to create an ideal vacation AND help you get the most and best out of your Symposium experience.
And don’t forget… you can claim your special room rate at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver when you reserve your spot for the 2017 Sprott Natural Resources Symposium.
Plus if you register now, you’ll get the lowest price possible.
Tickets at the door on July 25, 2017 will be $899. But while we’re still putting the finishing touches on our website and confirming guests and exhibitors, you can cash in on our early registration discount and you’ll pay only $599 per person! Note: this rate is subject to change at any time.
Don’t delay. Simply contact Opportunity Travel today by phone at +800 926 6575 or +561 243 6276, OR email us at [email protected] and you can book your Symposium ticket, air travel and hotel stay, and excursions… all at once!
My family’s Vancouver vacations are always the highlight of summer. Next week I’ll tell you about some of our favorite attractions and activities.
This year’s Symposium promises to be the best ever… I hope you’ll join us.
Barbara Perriello, Conference Director Opportunity Travel
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If you couldn’t make it this year, don’t miss out again on this first-class event that’s specially designed to let you indulge in luxury travel, all while discovering the latest research and recommendations from The Oxford Club’s team of investment experts.
You can sign up right now for the 20th Annual Investment U, at the Four Seasons in Las Vegas, March 15-18, 2018. For details contact Kiara Laughran by phone at +443 708 9411or email [email protected].
2017 Natural Resource Symposium Fairmont Hotel Vancouver • July 25-28, 2017
Once again Sprott Media and Rick Rule will be hosting the 2017 Natural Resource Symposium at the landmark Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, in the heart of this vibrant and attractive city.
Our distinguished speakers and a wide panel of investors, experts, millionaires – and even billionaires – will share their best ideas about how you can profit from what may be the greatest opportunities of this decade.
If the 2016 sold-out conference is any indication, we certainly don’t want you to miss the next one.
Rick Rule will be on hand throughout this special event … and he’ll show you how to take full advantage of the current market. This is your chance to “rub shoulders” and discover unique investment ideas with the world’s finest thinkers in natural resources, economics, and investing.
For more information about our tours or conferences, please contact, Barbara Perriello or Michelle Sedita at Opportunity Travel by email at [email protected]or by phone at +561.243.6276 or toll-free at +800.926.6575.
Disclaimer: Nothing in this e-mail should be considered personalized investment advice. Although our employees may answer your general customer service questions, they are not licensed under securities laws to address your particular investment situation. No communication by our employees to you should be deemed as personalized investment advice. In the interest of full disclosure: Opportunity Travel may receive commissions from any property sales made during any of its trips. And, as a travel agency, we often receive a commission from hotels when we book rooms for our tours and conferences.