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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.
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.
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.
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.
With just one day to take in Vancouver, this E-bike tour lets you explore much further than a walking tour. Zip along Vancouver's protected cycle paths False Creek and around Granville Island, cycle around Stanley Park, and admire landmarks including Science World, Brockton Point Lighthouse, and Prospect Point. Finish the morning with a picnic lunch at Second Beach, overlooking English Bay.
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.
Explore Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood, and gain insight into Canada’s culinary offerings on this Gastown walking food tour. Listen as your guide—an improv comedian—shares insight on Gastown’s 150-year old Wild West heritage. Learn of the hip urban regeneration now sweeping the district, and experience the area’s vibrant buzz for yourself. Sample delicious food and drinks including Carolina-style, pulled-pork sandwiches, organic ice cream, award-winning cheesecake, Quebec maple-syrup treats, and local craft beer—as you pass by top city attractions.
Discover one of Vancouver’s natural wonders by bike on a morning or afternoon tour of Stanley Park. Enjoy a relaxing guided ride through the 1,000-acre (405-hectare) park—the city’s ‘Green Heart.’ Cruise by Third Beach, view First Nations totem poles in Brockton Point, and catch great views of the city skyline, mountains, and local wildlife. Along the way, learn about Vancouver’s rich history as a logging center and the park’s complex ecosystem.
Give your Vancouver trip a twist with a 2-hour walking tour of the vibrant Granville Island Public Market. Head to the island and get ready to learn about Vancouver’s eclectic food culture, browse diverse products and meet local artisans and vendors. In a small group, taste regional foods from fine cheeses and meats to local wine and fresh baked goods. Get a dose of culinary education as you explore, sample and get insider tips on the area's best eateries from your expert guide.
E-bike along one of Vancouver’s most iconic attractions and enjoy a compelling experience on this self-guided sunset tour of the Stanley Park Seawall. Navigate with ease using the included GPS units and stop frequently for photo ops as you explore the park’s wild beauty at your leisure. Indulge in complimentary wine and cheese at Second Beach as the sun dips behind the horizon.
Pedal through Vancouver’s parks, historic districts and seaside paths with an independent bike tour of the city. Enjoy access to bike tour maps designed by local experts, and design the perfect route for your interests. Go as fast as you want, or set a leisurely pace as you take in sweeping views of the coastline and Stanley Park, or ride up the Spanish Banks to discover picture-perfect sandy beaches. See the city like a local, and get the perfect overview and orientation of Vancouver.
Soak up the sights and natural beauty of Vancouver at twilight when the streets are quieter and the scenery is at its most magnificent. This small-group (15 maximum) bike tour takes you along forest trails, to a sandy beach, past the seawall, and down the neon-lit streets of downtown.
Our Three Day Vancouver Island Explorer tour is a fun filled, action packed journey across Southern Vancouver Island. Our small group tours are ideally suited for those who prefer active travel as a way to experience the beauty of Vancouver Island. Join us for an incredible adventure through some of the most stunning landscapes this region has to offer.
Enjoy a firsthand perspective of First Nations’ history and culture on this walking tour in Vancouver’s Stanley Park. Led by a First Nations descendant and cultural ambassador, the tour provides insight into how aboriginal people have lived and managed the land, the forest, and oceans for countless generations. A little more than one mile (two km) long, this walk is a great educational activity for families and history buffs.
Cycle and hike your way through British Columbia’s rugged landscape on a 6.5-hour tour from Vancouver with lunch. Watch for signs of wildlife as you walk through Lynn Canyon, cross a scenic suspension bridge and explore a stunning temperate rainforest. Get sweeping views from the saddle while riding the Trans Canada Trail through Pitt Meadows, where the snow capped mountains around Frasier Valley are a dramatic backdrop for winding rivers and marshland. Enjoy all-inclusive access to equipment, lunch and transportation.
A private walking tour is the perfect way to get an introduction to Vancouver and a personalized experience for your small group. Orient yourself to Vancouver’s downtown core as you are transported through its history, architecture and public artworks. Your guide leads you from the Olympic Cauldron to beautiful Art Deco buildings. Hear scandalous stories of the city’s oldest gentleman’s club before exploring Vancouver's oldest cathedral. An excellent start to your visit, you leave yearning for more.
Explore Stanley Park by bicycle, departing daily from the Vancouver waterfront. You’ll ride toward the seawall, passing notable landmarks along the way. See the Vancouver Convention Centre, the Olympic Cauldron at Jack Poole Plaza, the First Nations Totem Poles, Siwash Rock, and more—all pointed out by your guide on this small-group tour.
Ride a bike through Vancouver Island's cycling paths and quiet country roads on a full-day bike tour from Vancouver that combines farm-fresh food, local wine, and active exploring. You'll cross the gorgeous Straight of Georgia on the ferry, then hop on a bike to start the 34-mile (55-km.) route, riding through the Saanich Peninsula to Swartz Bay. Stops include a cafe lunch prepared with locally-sourced foods, and a wine tasting at beautiful De Vine Vineyard, with great views across the Saanich Peninsula, the San Juan Islands, and the Olympic Peninsula.
Discover top city attractions on two wheels on this bike tour of downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park. Follow your guide on a route past the historic Mole Hill Community and Davie Street Village, where Vancouver's Pride Festival takes place. Spin along peaceful cycle lanes to Robson Square in downtown Vancouver then, after a quick stroll, head on the waterfront area and the Vancouver Convention Centre. Admire Jack Poole Plaza and the Olympic cauldron on route to Stanley Park, and enjoy fine views over the snow-capped mountains beyond.
Whether you’re a Vancouver local or newcomer to the city, you will learn something new on this Art Deco and Chocolate Tasting tour of the city. Walk through the downtown core, discovering impressive Art Deco buildings. Your guide shares remarkable tales of murder, fame, and mystery. Stop at two award-winning local chocolatiers and indulge in generous tastings. Explore Vancouver’s past, architecture, and amazing chocolate.
Anyone interested in the indigenous history of Stanley Park and Vancouver will find this walking tour informative. A First Nations guide acts as a cultural ambassador while sharing stories and historical accounts about the area’s indigenous communities. Walk with a small group of up to 10 people along the seawall and learn the symbolism behind the Stanley Park totem poles, carved by indigenous artists along the Pacific Northwest coast.
Get the inside track on Vancouver’s craft beer scene with this walking brewery tour. An in-the-know guide takes you around the city’s Brewery Creek neighborhood to three different stops. Whether you're a thirsty local or a curious visitor, you'll gain insight into the brewing process as you sample a generous variety of craft beers. So leave the keys at home and embark on a brewery journey you won't forget.
Escape the rain-drenched city streets of Vancouver and head into the North Shore mountains during the winter months. This 3-hour snowshoe adventure takes place on Cypress Mountain and includes snacks and beverages for your convenience—all you need to bring are sturdy shoes and warm layers. Participants walk in a small group, at a steady pace with a gradual incline, and the guide allows for rest stops along the way.