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Step aboard a modern coach for a hop-on, hop-off tour of Vancouver, which covers 15 stops and let you explore the city in a flexible way. Make yourself comfortable on the coach and listen to commentary on the passing sights as you travel, hopping off to explore further on your own whenever you like. Ferry ride to Granville Island is included.
Took the four hours tour. Our guide Mike was very nice and kind. He make the trip plaisant . Even if english is not my first language, I didn't had problems to follow his comments and explanations. Will take a longer tour if I visit your beautifull city again.
Make the most of your time in beautiful Vancouver on a half-day tour of the city’s highlights. Your driver escorts your group to popular attractions such as Stanley Park, Granville Island, Chinatown, and Gastown. See totem poles, wander through food stalls and craft galleries, and get great city views from lookouts like Prospect Point. As you ride, listen to fascinating stories about the city, from the First Nation’s People to contemporary culture.
This was well worth the time and cost! The park tour was great and lasted about 2 hours. The city tour was 1 hour. Wonderful introduction to the city! Good way to spend a few hours when the weather is a bit cold!
Bus driver was the guide and he did a great job.
Customize your sightseeing tour of vibrant Vancouver with multiple pass options for a hop-on hop-off tour aboard a clear-top bus. Let someone else drive you around town, and choose when to disembark at any of the stops, such as Chinatown, Stanley Park, and Gastown. Choose between the City Route or the Park Route, or the Dual Pass if you'd like to do both. Explore historical landmarks and shop along Robson Street at your own pace.
Vancouver, Canada’s sparkling perch at the edge of the sea makes for dramatic scenery backed up by plenty of substance. On this Hop-On, Hop-Off two-day tour, you’ll have access to 29 stops around the city for a fully customizable itinerary. The options include a cruise on the False Creek ferry, horse-drawn tours in Stanley Park, a visit to the Vancouver Aquarium, and a tour through Chinatown.
The package included a city tour and an hop-on hop off tickets. This is a double up of activities. Notifications should have signalled this to overseas or interstates travellers as we are unaware of the similarities between the two tours. Most of the tour guides agreed with this observations and told us to change out of the hop on hop off tickets which we cannot do so as it was a package.
Otherwise, the tours were well organised and tour guides are helpful and looked out for us.
Excellent relaxing vacation . We loved all the travel days. Each one unique and fun. The people were accommodating and the hotel was awesome. We loved the area. It was a memorable trip for our 40th wedding anniversary.
Enjoy a combination of British Columbia's top day trips covering Vancouver, Victoria, Whistler and more with this 4-day super-saver package. Explore top sights in Vancouver like Stanley Park and Granville Island. Then head to Whistler to see the scenic Shannon Falls and explore the village. Stop at Victoria's Butchart Gardens, and have time for more exploring in Vancouver using your included hop-on, hop-off bus tickets. This 4-day super-saver package includes round-trip transport from your hotel, a ferry ride to Victoria from Vancouver, entrance fees, transport by coach for day trips, and hop-on, hop-off bus pass.
The guide was very knowledgeable with regard to the subject matter and history of the park. Relaxing option to experience Stanley Park. The horses were well kept and trained. Kids would also love the horse-drawn experience. Would definitely recommend it.
Discover the natural beauty of Vancouver’s Stanley Park aboard a horse-drawn carriage on this charming 1-hour tour. Sit back and relax as your trusty steed clops along Park Drive overlooking the Seawall. An informative guide shares engaging commentary on the sights, including the Rose Garden, Girl in a Wetsuit Statue and the famous First Nations totem poles. Snap memorable photos of Vancouver and the Lion’s Gate Bridge. It’s a great way to experience the fresh air of Stanley Park without tiring your feet!
Loved Vancouver. We thought it was great value for money. However Sally our tour guide was far too talkative and kept saying ' and a' far too often. She was a very pleasant lady who obviously loved her job but needs to know when to stop talking too much.
Experience the city that sits between mountains and the ocean during this half-day, sightseeing tour of Vancouver with live onboard commentary. See how nature and urban planning blend together at the city’s parks and beaches and immerse yourself in Vancouver’s multicultural influences and food in popular neighborhoods in the city center.
Vancouver City Sightseeing Tour: Capilano Suspension Bridge & Vancouver Lookout
Best way to see Vancouver!
, Jan 2020
My friend and I were visiting Vancouver for the first time and this tour was absolutely perfect! We learned fun facts about Vancouver and got to see some highlights of this beautiful city. The Capilano Suspension Bridge was incredible as were all of the stops really. Our guide Sarah was fun and informative and allowed us options to customize the tour. Would highly recommend to anyone lucky enough to be traveling to Vancouver!
Enjoy a wonderful overview of the Pacific Northwest on this full-day coach tour of Vancouver and the adjacent North Shore. Wind through downtown, Chinatown, and Gastown. Visit Granville Island, snap photos from the Vancouver Lookout's observation deck and admire Stanley Park’s famous Indigenous Peoples' story poles. Cross the Lions Gate Bridge and head to the teetering Capilano Suspension Bridge and the glass floors of the Cliffwalk. Stop at a salmon hatchery before you’re transported back to Vancouver.
Get to know what makes Vancouver one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world on this 5-hour guided tour. Discover Gastown, Yaletown, Chinatown, Stanley Park, and the Granville Island Public Market. Your driver-guide provides engaging insight into Vancouver’s mix of cultures and modern city planning. This small-group tour, limited to just eleven people, includes round-trip hotel transport by air-conditioned Mercedes Benz Sprinter van.
We had an amazing first time Vancouver visit. We only had 1 day, and being we had never been to Vancouver we were not sure what to do. This was so convenient, but most of all we believe we got a peek of the best the City has to offer. We had such a great time, it was absolutely beautiful. If you have a limited time this is a great alternative. Really convenient they picked us up at our hotel, took our luggage to the ship and we had a no sorry day. By the way our luggage was delivered and first to arrive on the ship,our room attendant said she had never seen that before. Thanks for all your stories and your of you amazing city!
Take advantage of your stopover in Vancouver on a half-day city sightseeing tour. By coach, your local guide will escort you to top attractions such as Gastown, Robson Street, Granville Island, and Chinatown. Wind through the verdant trails of Stanley Park, see First Nations totem poles at Brockton Point, and head to the top of the Vancouver Lookout for panoramic views of the city and its mountainous backdrop. Then head to meet your ship.
From the Vancouver Seawall to Stanley Park, Vancouver is ideal for exploring on two wheels; find the best places to ride on a bike tour that follows bike-friendly routes through the city. You’ll cover key areas including Gastown, Olympic Village, English Bay, Granville Island, and more, with plenty of stops to learn about Vancouver history and culture along the way.
Vancouver City Tour Including Capilano Suspension Bridge
Good summary of Vancouver
, Dec 2019
We did this tour as it seemed to offer a number of highlights of Vancouver as we were only there for a couple of days before a cruise to Hawaii and wanted to pack in as much as we could in the short time we had, pick up was from the hotel we were staying at, so that was easy, then around a few others to do more pick ups, with some interesting commentary along the way, a lap around and short stop in Stanley Park, and another stop at the Grenville Island Market to grab lunch, then out to the Capliano Suspension Bridge, all were good, time at each was OK considering what was being packed into one day (a little longer at the Market might have been nice, but it was still OK!) we were then offered the option of being dropped either back at our hotel, or near the Steam Clock, so we did the steam clock drop off which was the end of the tour, but it gave as the chance to also wander around Gastown which was a bonus, so we feel we saw a lot of the highlights of Vancouver with one simple tour, our driver/guide was great, we were on an almost brand new electric bus for the day.
The tour was satisfactory overall. The bus driver/tour guide Herman picked us up from the hotel and picked a few others up at a central location from another bus. We were all able to start the tour on time. We drove through a bit of downtown, chinatown, and stopped at Gransville Island for lunch and stopped again at Stanley Park for pictures. We were not able to go to the Capilano Suspension Bridge due to an event that caused the Capilano River Regional Park to close down for the day (which was disappointing to not be able to go there, but life happens). The tour company compensated by taking us to the Vancouver Lookout Tower downtown (similar to the Seattle Needle) and a partial refund. Overall, it was a nice day.
Spend half a day touring Vancouver’s natural and urban highlights on this sightseeing bus tour. Your savvy guide escorts you to key attractions such as Canada Place, Robson Street, and cross the Lions Gate Bridge. Listen to interesting commentary as you wind through vibrant neighborhoods and tree-lined paths in Stanley Park. Then head to Capilano Suspension Bridge for an exhilarating walk along the cliff-hanging footpaths.
Soak up the city scenery on a half-day coach tour of seaport Vancouver! Your expert guide will escort you to key attractions such as Canada Place, Robson Street, Granville Island, Chinatown and Gastown. Travel through the winding canopies of Stanley Park, check out epic totem poles at Brockton Point and head to the top of the Vancouver Lookout for panoramic views of the city and its stunning natural backdrop.
Soar above the scenic city of Vancouver, enjoying a bird's eye view of its picturesque harbor and nearby mountain peaks, on this 20-minute, small-group seaplane flight. Hop aboard your seaplane as you leave the tourist crowds in downtown Vancouver behind, as you glide above the city's beautiful skyline and take in an aerial view of its Olympic facilities. This small-group flight, limited to just 14 guests, also includes a carbon offset levy.
We had Hanson as our tour guide and he was great overall. Lots of things to do in Whistler despite the winter weather. Peak 2 Peak was open this time and it was the highlight of our visit. Shannon Falls and other scenic area we stopped along the way was also nice. They also dropped us off the airport after the trip and made sure we won't miss our flight (as this was our last day in Vancouver). So that was extra special for us. I will recommend this to my friends!
Play in wild and beautiful British Columbia on a small-group trip to the alpine village of Whistler. Enjoy pickup from Vancouver or Richmond and head off on an epic tour through mountainous terrain and past rushing waterfalls on your way to the world-famous ski destination. Enjoy ample time in Whistler to eat, explore the village, and take optional tours of sites like Squamish, Shannon Falls, and the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Center.
Henry arrived promptly to pick us up and spent the full six hours of our time systematically going through a large number of special photography locations in a number of areas of Vancouver. We had given him a list of places we wanted to spend time with and he added a number of places of personal favorites that we only vaguely knew about. The value of having someone who has grown up in Vancouver as a photography guide is invaluable. It took a lot of the guesswork out of the equation and allow us to spend our time focusing on getting the best images for the day. We strongly recommend using Henry as a guide for photography adventure in Vancouver, or for simply getting a well crafted introduction to the city. Time spent with Henry is well spent.
Enjoy a personalized tour of Vancouver with a born-and-raised local as your private tour guide and driver. This private experience accommodates up to four passengers, with parking and fuel costs included. Simply share your preferences to customize the itinerary for up to six hours of exploring and keep your camera ready as you stop at the city's most picturesque spots.
I'm visiting Vancouver with my family and we have been on similar walking tours in other cities, so we thought this would be a great night time activity. This walking tour did not disappoint! Our tour guide was Erikka and she is absolutely amazing! It's like a walking theatre as she uses her character to tell the history of old downtown Vancouver. It was a top-quality performance and Erikka is such a lovely person. It's not a walk with scary ghost stories and haunted buildings, but some of the stories definitely are terrifying. You will not regret this tour. Thanks Erikka!
Get a glimpse into Vancouver’s rough and rowdy past on a walking tour of the historic Gastown neighborhood. Hear haunting tales of the city’s darkest days, when fires, smallpox and gold dust fever swept through the frontier outpost. Visit the neighborhood’s landmarks and historic sites as your guide evokes the thieves, hustlers and vagabonds that made the west so wild.
Seaplane Flight to Victoria with Ground Transport and Butchart Gardens Admission
Perfect in every way!!
, Sep 2019
We had just 3 days in Vancouver before our cruise and wanted to utilize our time the very best way possible and this day trip via the seaplane was absolutely perfect. When in the Pacific Northwest....travel the way the locals do.
Both flights were late- but flight over was flawless. Smooth take off and landing. Deplaned and didn’t know where to go to get bus to Victoria..no instruction. Flight on way back had two pilots which we later learned one was training. ROUGH landing. I’m just saying, for that kind of money- I want an expert flying the plane.
Book this quick-and-easy round-trip seaplane flight package from Vancouver to Victoria. Fly over the Georgia Strait and Gulf Islands, and make a splashy ending in Victoria’s Inner Harbour. Enjoy free time in Victoria, before returning on an afternoon or evening flight back to downtown Vancouver. Bonus: A shuttle bus and admission fee to the Butchart Gardens are included, making this travel experience even more pleasant.
Small-Group Victoria and Butchart Gardens Day Trip from Vancouver
Wonderful tour guide - Tim
, Jan 2020
I liked how he was able to pick up everyone either on time or early. I liked his demeanor and some of the stories and history of Vancouver and Victoria. It was super helpful he provided us maps and "Flower marks the spot" of where we are being dropped off and where pick up will be. It was a beautiful and pleasant day. Also the tour company was excellent as I did get separated from the group - on purpose - and how he quickly was able to pick me up at the gates of Butchart Gardens. It was also fun the quizzes he gave us to see if we learned anything new. He ended it too with a pleasant soundtrack of Canadian musicians.
Experience Victoria’s signature beauty on a full-day tour from Vancouver. Traveling by coach and ferry, witness the region’s stunning waterways and mountains en route to British Columbia’s capital. Spend the day snapping photos and visiting the city’s top attractions like the world-famous Butchart Gardens, a 55-acre (22-hectare) haven for nature enthusiasts. This tour combines guided coach tours and free time to explore on your own.
Discover Vancouver’s bootlegging, rum-running, prohibition past on a walking tour through Victory Square and Gastown. Visit landmark buildings and historic sites as your guide brings the past to life with stories of the corrupt politicians, mob bosses, and showgirls that ruled the city’s dark side. Hear how the city bloomed from a frontier outpost to a cosmopolitan hotspot, and finish your walk in Gastown, where speakeasies and gambling dens have been given way to chic restaurants and hip bars.
North Shore Day Trip from Vancouver: Capilano Suspension Bridge & Grouse Mtn
Don't Miss this attraction
, Dec 2019
I booked this attraction mainly for my three 14 year old granddaughters and they loved it. I could not climb the bridge for health reasons but the girls found the bridge and the cliff walk very exciting and interesting. At Grouse Mountain, the biggest attraction for the girls was the Birds in Motion Demonstration. We did see two bears but they were very far away it. There was very little else to see or do there. The Sky ride that takes you up and down is not very good because they cram way to many people in one car and you feel like a sardine in a can.
Fit some epic natural sightseeing into your Vancouver vacation on a half-day tour of the area’s gorgeous North Shore. Your personal guide escorts you over the Lions Gate Bridge to the Capilano Suspension Bridge for an exhilarating walk along the cliff-hanging footpaths. Then ride the Grouse Mountain gondola high into the alpine forest to see native grizzly bears.
We enjoyed the tour and the history. Got to see all of the highlights and lots of tips. One thing to consider is if you want less structure and are comfortable on your own you can rent the bikes on your own from the place and they can help you plan your route.
This was a great tour, very organized . Got to see a lot of the city and it’s neighborhoods. Loved touring through Stanley park. Guide was super friendly. Would loved to spend more time in Granville island. A good overall tour of city if you have a short period of time there. Awesome!
Discover the beauty and culture of Vancouver on a small-group bike tour—great for riders of all levels. Accompany your guide on a leisurely ride along dedicated bike routes. Explore the city’s natural wonders like Stanley Park's rain forest and historic neighborhoods like Gastown and Chinatown. Cruise along the seawalls for gorgeous views of the North Shore Mountains, False Creek and more.
We had a great time cycling with Nick around many places in Vancouver. This city is a wonderful place for cycling as more than 90% of our tour was on protected cycling paths.
The tour is accessible to all, the bikes are excellent, the choice of the tour is great and Nick's commentary was both interesting and well documented.
We had a really great time
Touring Vancouver by bike lets you experience the city at a pace you can’t access by car. Ride along Vancouver’s separated bike trails with a small group of no more than eight riders. Cruise the Stanley Park Seawall and check out both modern and historic neighborhoods. Your electric bike makes your ride a breeze no matter your fitness level.
Vancouver offers rich art and culture, and easy access to amazing countryside—but exploring independently without your own transportation can be a challenge. With this sightseeing ticket, spin through the city on a hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus and trolley tour, and hit the sites at your own pace. Visit the Capilano Suspension Bridge or Grouse Mountain, and escape the busy city into Canada’s beautiful wilderness.