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Kayak in Howe Sound and snorkel with Vancouver's resident harbor seals during this half-day eco-adventure. Board a boat from Horseshoe Bay with your adventure guide, headed toward the Pam Rocks seal colony. Slip into the provided snorkel gear and wetsuit, then dive in for an up-close experience with seals, following their lead. Kayak around the bay and the rocks, experiencing the marine environment while in a low-profile boat. A sightseeing-only option is available for those passengers who wish to stay dry on the boat. All kayaking and snorkeling equipment, refreshments and light snacks are included.
This 5 hours hike takes you to three breathtaking glaciers–fed alpine lakes in amazing colors and the unforgettable view of Mt. Matier and Mt. Joffre Glacier. Enjoy your provided lunch at the upper lake while admiring the stunning scenery and taking some postcard-like photos to share with your family and friends.
Explore Bowen Island off the coast of Vancouver while learning how to make your photography even better. Bring your DSLR or smartphone camera and enjoy personalized instruction on getting the most out of your camera and taking the best pictures. You will have to opportunity to use your new knowledge on the ferry to the island, in the charming town, and on the hike around Killarney Lake.
Vancouver Island boasts crystal-clear lakes, ancient old-growth forest, and cascading waterfalls—but organizing accommodation, ferry tickets, and National Park fees to explore independently takes up valuable sightseeing time. On this tour, enjoy round-trip transport from downtown Vancouver and see the best of British Columbia’s west coast with the key logistics covered. Explore the Pacific Rim National Park with your guide, and follow walking trails through the beautiful west coast rainforest.
Travelers that want to explore Whistler on a day trip from Vancouver typically need to rent a car and drive, which means focusing on the road rather than the landscape. You can sit back, relax, and enjoy the views on this sightseeing tour to Whistler, complete with a guide to whisk you there. Along the way you can see Downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park, enjoy views of Howe Sound, and take a few hours to explore Whistler independently.
Discover the natural wonders of Vancouver and Victoria an exhilarating whale watching excursion! Delight in lovely aerial views on the crossing of the Strait of Georgia by seaplane—the most eco-friendly transport to Victoria. From the island capital, set off on an exciting cruise through Haro Strait, native home to orcas (killer whales), sea lions and seals, followed by a return flight to the mainland.
Spend time in the beautiful former Olympics village of Whistler on this all-day tour from Vancouver. Cruise along the famous Sea-to-Sky Highway for breathtaking scenery and hear the thundering Shannon Falls. After a guided tour of Whistler Village, you’re free to explore Whistler as you wish — swim in the Lost Lake, go on a hike or ride the Peak-to-Peak Gondola (activities are at your own expense). Round-trip transportation is included.
See Canada’s Rocky Mountains on a four-day tour. Starting in Vancouver, you’ll visit some of the top sights in the Rockies, including the Alberta mountain towns of Banff and Jasper, the Columbia Icefields, and gorgeous natural lakes and landmarks. Spend your traveling time playing games with your host, or choose to quietly take in the majesty of the mountains through the window of the coach.
Torn between a day of city sightseeing and nature excursions? Do it all on this full-day tour of Victoria! From Vancouver, cruise the Strait of Georgia for some epic whale-watching, take a self-guided tour of Victoria and soak up the perfumed beauty of Butchart Gardens! At the end of your full day, relax and take in stunning coastal mountain views as you cruise back to Vancouver at dusk.
See British Columbia in a unique way, with a treetops adventure at Grouse Mountain. This ropes course consists of four aerial challenges that vary in level of difficulty. Experience diverse elements throughout the course, such as ziplines, bridges, tunnels, and slacklines. Ride the Grouse Mountain cable car up the forested slopes for phenomenal views—ticket included.
Immerse yourself in nature and bring home amazing photos of your views. Hike the Lynn Canyon trail with a professional photographer guide. Travel just half an hour from downtown Vancouver to enjoy the views from the suspension bridge and walk along the rushing water of Lynn Creek. This easy hike, good for all ability levels, takes you through a variety of scenic landscapes as you learn the best photography techniques to capture the beautiful outdoors.
Enjoy high-altitude thrills in British Columbia on this Grouse Mountain zipline adventure. Pull on your harness and whizz through the air between the peaks and canyons of Grouse and Dam mountains. Reach hair-raising speeds of up to 50 miles (80 km) per hour over 200 feet (70 meters) above ground-level. Take in panoramic views over British Columbia’s beautiful old-growth forests and Vancouver’s North Shore. Then, enjoy a selection of activities and shows including the Skyride aerial tram, a lumberjack show and a meet-and-greet with a ranger at the Wildlife Refuge.
Garibaldi Lake’s turquoise water and surrounding mountains draw photographers from around the world, but capturing the awe-inspiring scene takes practice. Get tips from a photographer guide, whether you’re shooting a DSLR or carrying a camera phone, on a full-day hiking and photography tour that includes round-trip transport from Vancouver.
Perfect for travelers who relish a challenging hike, this tour takes you to the top of the The Chief, the second-largest granite monolith in the world. Alongside an experienced guide, you’ll hike through Stawamus Chief Provincial Park and marvel at Howe Sound. Improve your photography skills with handy camera tips. After a hike to the summit, you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views from a 2,300-foot (700-meter) vantage point and visit Shannon Falls.
This Ladies only hike is designed to empower like-minded women to connect and share your love for outdoor and express your inner wild and adventurous self.
After the hike, we will have a small private group outdoor Yoga class to recharge and rejuvenate your body and soul in the afternoon. Our certified yoga teacher will take you to the next level of body awareness and deep relaxation.
Just half an hour from downtown Vancouver, you will find a private winter wonderland in the mountains! With this small group guided tour, you can leave the rainy winter behind and explore the snowy mountains on Vancouver’s North Shore. Even beginners will quickly get the hang of snowshoeing, walking easily through the snow to enjoy the quiet of the winter landscape.
Salt Spring Island is the largest (70 square miles or 180 square kilometres), most populated (10,500) and, some might say most popular, of the Southern Gulf Islands. Written up in the New York Times as “one of the prettiest artist towns in North America” a visit here will help you find out why they think so…The scenery alone makes traveling to Salt Spring Island worth the trip. ... Pleasure boaters love visiting island which offers over 300 slips all near service, shopping and dining in Ganges Village
Check out the beautiful wildlife in your whale watching tour, eat local BC Cheese and view beautiful floral patterns while drinking some wine in a vinery. This tour has something for everyone.
Visit some of Vancouver’s most popular sites, then escape the hustle of city life and discover the surrounding outdoor region on this private day trip. Visit some of Vancouver’s primary points of interest, then explore the forest trails and breathe in the fresh mountain air with scenic views of Vancouver Island and Mount Baker, Washington.
Leave the bustle of Vancouver for an evening on the water with the local wildlife for company. The rigid inflatable watercraft provides a comfortable ride as you circle the sound, located beside one of the southernmost fjords north of the equator. The tour takes you around many of the islands of Howe Sound, and gives you views of wild life in their natural habitat.
Imagine sipping your favorite coffee or tea sitting on the beach/ bluffs at the peaceful Whytecliff Park, watching waves come and go, it does not get any more relaxing than this! If you are lucky, you might spot some seals in the distance. We then take you to the most photographed and recognizable historical spot in the area, Lighthouse Park. Snap those perfect selfie to share with your family or friends.
Our tour includes your favorite coffee/tea at a local café in Horseshoe Bay and transportation from and to your hotels or any place in downtown Vancouver.
Enhance your experience of Deep Cove’s rugged natural landscapes on an easy 3-hour hiking and photography tour from Vancouver. Alongside a guide with more than 10-years-worth of hiking experience, you’ll climb to the summit of Quarry Rock to enjoy spectacular views of north Vancouver’s scenery. Heighten your photography skills with expert tips and capture incredible landscape shots during free time at the top of Quarry Rock. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included on this small-group tour, limited to six people.
The challenging hike rewards you with a magnificent view of Squamish, Howe Sound and the surrounding coastal mountains. Of course, your hard work deserves a reward, which is why after the hike we will take you to a local favorite brewery!
Our tour includes healthy snacks, 3 beer tasters and transportation from and to Vancouver. Please wear suitable hiking apparel; hiking shoes, hydration/snacks, rain jacket and hat (optional).
Enjoy the excitement of salmon fishing on this private, full-day adventure for up to four people from Vancouver. Navigate the Fraser River, the longest river in British Columbia, en route to the Pacific Ocean for six or eight hours of Pacific salmon and Dungeness crab fishing with a professional guide. Learn proven techniques for catching salmon, enjoy the scenic view and look for a wide variety of marine wildlife, fish and sea mammals along the way.
INCLUDED ON REQUEST CAPILANO SUSPENSION BRIDGE!
Explore the natural beauty of the Coastal Mountains north of Vancouver with fascinating views of the Pacific, the mountains, and the city, and perhaps finish off with a tête-à-tête with a black bear family.
• Full day tour IN GERMAN (approx. 8 hours) to the natural highlights in the north of Vancouver
• Transport in a mini-van, maximum 6 participants (also possible as a private tour)
• Collection from your hotel (approx. 9.30 a.m.) and return to the hotel
• Highlights: (on request: Capilano Suspension Bridge), Lighthouse Park with a great view of Vancouver, Sea to Sky Highway along the deep blue Howe Sound, Sqamish (Shannon Waterfalls), Whistler (Peak to Peak Gondola!), Instead of Peak-to Peak Grouse Mountain with a bear enclosure is also possible in Whistler