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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.
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.
Discover the best of Victoria at your own pace on a half-day Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour. The comprehensive route takes you to 15 of the city's most popular locations, including China Town, Ogden Point, Fisherman's Wharf, and Craigdarroch Castle. On board commentary offers insight into the city’s history and culture. Feel free to hop off at any destinations that interest you or simply enjoy the ride. Enjoy four hours of unlimited access to the bus Visit the top attractions of Victoria with ease Create your own sightseeing itinerary Get a comprehensive overview of the city.
- Enjoy four hours of unlimited access to the bus
- Visit the top attractions of Victoria with ease
- Create your own sightseeing itinerary
- Get a comprehensive overview of the city
Take off from Campbell River on a tour that is unlike any other. You’ll fly over the Comox Glacier and get a bird’s eye view of the spectacular scenery over the Vancouver Island Mountain Range. See British Columbia’s oldest provincial park, Strathcona Provincial Park from high above, and marvel at the sights that are often only for experienced hikers and mountaineers!
See grizzly bears in the wild on a small-group boat trip to the traditional territory of the Homalco First Nation. Raised viewing platforms offer safe, up-close viewing opportunities, while trained bear guides help spot wildlife. Round-trip transport aboard a covered vessel ensures a comfortable trip in any weather, with lunch, hot drinks, and snacks provided.
Discover the sights of Victoria on an open-air bus or classic turn-of-the-century trolley bus. This Victoria bus tour with on-board commentary gives you a quick way to see the main attractions of this beautiful city at the end of the day.
Victoria proves a gentle blend of colonial England and up-to-date Western Canada. The capital city of British Columbia, Victoria is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island off Canada's Pacific coast. Named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and the Dominion of Canada, Victoria is one of the oldest cities in the Pacific Northwest, with British settlement beginning in 1841. The city has retained many of its historic buildings, the two most famous landmarks are the British Columbia Parliament Buildings (home of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia) and the Empress Hotel.
Looking for an enchanting and unusual way to spend an evening in Vancouver? Take a leisurely dinner cruise along the city’s gorgeous waterfront. Listen to live music and savor delicious Pacific Coast-style cuisine as you float through Vancouver’s Inner Harbor. Stroll the deck at sunset, indulge in a freshly prepared buffet, and take in the beautiful sights including Canada Place, the North Shore Mountains and the West Vancouver skyline after dusk.