- 4-hour private sightseeing tour of Vancouver
- See top attractions like Granville Island, the Lions Gate Bridge, Chinatown and Gastown
- Visit Stanley Park and admire the historic First Nation totem poles in Brockton Point
- Capture scenic views from Queen Elizabeth Park
- Learn about Vancouver’s history, culture and sights from an informative guide
- Enjoy the choice of a morning or afternoon tour
- Pickup and drop-off from Vancouver hotels and the cruise ship terminal included
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
On this private tour, linger only at the places that interest you and suit the needs of your group or family. Get chauffeured from site to site, and discover trendy shops and galleries in addition to Vancouver’s gorgeous architecture and natural beauty.
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What You Can Expect
Discover Stanley Park, 1,000 acres (405 hectares) of natural oasis bounded on three sides by the water. Check out the park’s perimeter Seawall, offering stunning views of Vancouver’s skyline, the North Shore mountains and Burrard Inlet. Gaze at Brockton Point's totem poles, the most-visited monuments in British Columbia, and learn about the history and culture behind these fine examples of First Nation art.
Head up to Prospect Point, the park’s highest vantage point for views of the Cascade Mountains and the green-tinged Lions Gate Bridge, officially known as the First Narrows Bridge.
Soak up the cultural vibrancy of Chinatown, one of Vancouver’s oldest neighborhoods and now home to North America’s third-largest Chinese population. Follow your guide down the cobbled streets of Gastown, the city’s earliest business district, and learn the history behind the 19th-century buildings.
In the center of Vancouver, capture scenic panoramas from Queen Elizabeth Park, the highest point in the city. Peer out over the garden grounds and enjoy views all the way to downtown and the North Shore mountains.
Visit Granville Island and wander through Public Market's colorful stalls selling baked goods, produce, seafood and art. Purchase one-of-a-kind souvenirs and refuel with a cup of gourmet coffee.
Along Robson Street, discover high-end retailers and indie boutiques, upscale dining and hole-in-the-wall eateries, and find out where the city’s fashionably dressed like to be seen.
Your personalized tour ends with drop-off at your hotel or the cruise ship terminal.
Please note: A minimum of two people per booking is required for this private tour.
Highly recommended. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and took the time to show us all of the sites.
Great private tour that took us to beautiful parks and gardens , the arts district and farmers market . Personable guide that goes to your schedule .. Would definetely do it again ..
Our private driver/guide, Chuck was very knowledgeable and handled the Friday afternoon traffic jams skillfully using alternate roads to get us to most of the city highlights. He gracefully tailored our tour to meet the needs of our party which had two older people with mobility limitations. The high end SUV was very comfortable, spacious and ADA compliant.
Stephen was an excelent tour guide. It was a great way to start a 3 day visit to vancouver.
The dynamic duo,father and son, Frank and Nicolas were outstanding with their private city tour. They took us to Stanley park and other great spots for photo taking. We had a nice quick bite at Granville island. Nicolas is very knowledgeable about Vancouver. I would highly recommend Wild BC tours.
We took a 4 hour private tour and it was excellent. Our guide was first class and he went out of his way to make sure we were comfortable and that we saw everything we were interested in. I'd most certainly recommend Viator.
Our guide, I think Chris, was wonderful....loved the vintage limo!!! We loved Vancouver and wished we had more days there to enjoy this beautiful city!
Tour tailored to our requests. Driver very friendly and accomodating. Best expediture of time when your stay in Vancouver is limited.
Jose was an excellent guide....showing our group highlights around Vancouver we would never have seen on our own.
This tour was excellent. Steven, our tour guide was very informative about the area and it's history. My father is slightly disabled and Steven was very accommodating. We would never have gotten to see as much or learn the history if it hadn't been for this tour.