- Vancouver to Whistler full-day tour
- Small group ensure personal experience
- Visit Whistler Village, home of the 2010 Olympic Games
- Keen to travel to Whistler in style? Check out the Vancouver to Whistler by Train tour!
- See Shannon Falls, the third-tallest waterfall in Canada
- Enjoy a wide range of possible add-on activities
- Hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Complimentary Vancouver City Snapshots Tour included!
With the purchase of this tour, you'll receive a complimentary 2-hour Vancouver City Snapshots Tour valid May 3 to Sept 29th
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What You Can Expect
Next, drive up to 2,000 feet (609 meters) above sea level to reach stunning Whistler Valley. Here there are a number of activities to add to your itinerary available at an additional cost, including the record-breaking Peak 2 Peak gondola, zip-line adventure, snowmobile tour, ATV 4-wheeler tour, bear viewing and more.
Those feeling less adventurous can experience the charm of Whistler Village, the hosted venue of the 2010 Winter Olympics. You may browse quaint shops, walk along forest trails or simply enjoy the mountain scenery. Or why not take advantage of your free admission ticket to the new Aboriginal Cultural Center and Museum?
On your journey home you will have the opportunity to stop at Shannon Falls, the third-highest waterfall in Canada. Take a walk to the base for some great photos of this natural wonder or step back and admire the power and beauty of the cascading waters before continuing your scenic journey back to Vancouver.
Vancouver City Snapshots Tour May 3 to Sept 29th (free with purchase of this day trip)
Your guide will take you to Stanley Park for amazing panoramic views of downtown Vancouver. Visit English Bay, Chinatown and Gastown, and choose to enjoy a leisurely stroll on Granville Island. Please check Additional Information for information on how to book.
This was a wonderful way to see Whistler in one day, and not a long or arduous trip..
Our stop at the Sasquash Centre for morning tea on the way to Whistler
proved interesting. Whistler itsself is a cute town- very picturesque, and I took many photographs..
On the way back to Vancouver we stopped to photograph a young
black bear munching grass near the side of the road. That was a bonus
and the only time in Canada that I saw a black (or any) bear.
Our driver Will, was very nice, helpful and knowledgeable.
A wonderful tour. It sure beats renting a car and driving.