- Great-value 2-day sightseeing combo tour for Vancouver
- Explore Vancouver at your own pace
- See Vancouver's top sights on a hop-on hop-off tour with 22 stops
- Admire breathtaking views of the city from the Vancouver Lookout
- Step back in time to 15th-century China at the Dr Sun-Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden
- Commentary in six languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese and Mandarin
What You Can Expect
During your two days, use the hop-on hop-off bus route to see Vancouver’s top attractions, two of which are included in your tour price! Access the Vancouver Lookout by hopping off at Harbour Centre (stop number two) and riding up the 430-foot (131-meter) tower for awe-inspiring views of the city.
Your other included attraction is the famous Dr Sun-Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden, which you can reach by hopping off at stop number 21. This iconic Chinese garden brings a magical and historical perspective to modern-day Vancouver's Chinatown. With an exclusively crafted Ming Dynasty home and traditional tea ceremonies, the garden will make you feel as if you have been transported back to 15th-century China. The stunning architecture emulates the natural beauty that surrounds it, and wonderfully landscaped plants, trees and a beautiful pond add to the garden’s serenity.
There are 20 more stops to explore, so hop back on the bus and continuing your sightseeing!
Good variety of places to see in Vancouver. A little confusing as to which bus to get and where to get on with our voucher to collect the "actual" ticket. They issues 1 ticket for 4 of us. This was ok if we wanted to stay together, however for Day 2 we decided on different stops so had to get ticket reissued - 2 + 2. Minor thing but if it was 1 each it would not have been an issue. We couldn't always hear the commentary. Worthwhile and convienient way to see Vancouver. Recommended!!
Have mixed feelings. Some aspects we felt were a bit unprofessional- one driver was ordering other big bus staff off his bus when they were trying to fix the audio translations. On some buses the driver gave the running commentary, on others it was recorded, some had translation options.
Would have a loved a sign at each stop indicating when the next bus was due as we never knew if we just missed it or should wait for it.
Voucher indicated a $25 voucher at Metrotown however after taking public transport to redeem it we were told that deal expired last year- not impressed!