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Explore British Columbia’s coastline by land and sea on this Victoria and Butchart Gardens tour from Vancouver. Hop aboard your ferry and enjoy a cruise through the beautiful Gulf Islands. Stand on the deck and watch the waves for whales and sea lions, and keep your eyes on the skies for eagles. Visit the botanical Butchart Gardens, where trickling fountains sit among themed flowerbeds and sunken gardens. Explore vibrant corners of Victoria such as Chinatown and the Inner Harbour at your leisure and soak up the metropolitan atmosphere.
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.
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.
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.
Add some thrill to your Vancouver vacation with a private tour of the area’s most exciting viewpoints. Your personal guide will escort you to the Capilano Suspension Bridge for an exhilarating walk along the cliff-hanging footpaths. Afterward, enjoy the visiting center or take another forest walk before riding the Grouse Mountain gondola high into the alpine forest. Get breathtaking views and partake in some of the awesome mountain activities.
Capture bird’s-eye views of the forests of Blackcomb and Whistler mountains on this 1.5-hour treetop canopy walk. Keep your feet on solid ground — at a height of 200 feet (61 meters) — and learn from an informative guide about the old-growth and second-generation forests that surround you. For your convenience, shuttles depart from Whistler Village at various times during the day.
Soar through the air like an eagle in flight on this zipline adventure! Just a half hour from central Victoria, this Vancouver Island zipline park features eight different ziplines that span more than 1,000 feet (305 meters). Your small group will also go on a 10-minute ATV ride and you'll traverse two suspension bridges high above the forest floor. Two tour guides accompany you on this two-hour tour; they'll share insight about the environment and answer any questions to ensure a safe, fun and exhilarating experience in the British Columbia temperate rainforest.
Vancouver Tour not comlpeted without visit Grouse Mountain an the outdoor and cultural heritage of British Columbia. Get up close and personal with some of the region's incredible wildlife and enjoy fun shows, rides and exhibits, all set among the beautiful forests near Vancouver.make your way inside, spending as much time as you like enjoying the diverse activities and shows on offer. You can also add in additional park activities including paragliding and ziplining at your own expense.
Then, visit the Capilano Suspension Bridge, a 450 ft (137m) long, 230 ft (70m) high Bridge which has thrilled visitors since 1889. While the wobbly bridge and stunning location is a Vancouver landmark, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers an all-encompassing BC experience. History, culture and nature are presented in unique and thrilling ways with knowledgeable staff and interpretive signage providing as much, or as little, information as guests want.
Learn what makes Vancouver so spectacular as you sail past Coal Harbour, Stanley Park, and the port on a 10-passenger vessel. Glide over the water aboard an electric boat, which creates zero air and water pollution. The ultra-quiet motor lets you hear the captain’s narration during this informative eco-cruise. Enjoy stunning views of North Shore mountains and the Vancouver city skyline.
Fall at Butchart Gardens, the colours are stunning. The Japanese gardens created in 1904 come alive with the Fall palette
Skip the line-ups and enjoy hotel door to door service. Everything is included in our shuttle service. Ticket entry, commentary, map of the gardens, flower guides books and tips on how best to spend your time.
We travel in small groups of 14 or less and save you a return seat, no worries.
Please advise your driver what time you would like to return today. We have two options this season.
Departing the gardens at 1pm or 3pm.
Please no food or drink in our vehicles please. Water only.
The Okanagan Desert Tour is an unforgettable experience. Travel by foot through Canada's only desert in search of secretive and fascinating creatures found nowhere else in Canada.
The Okanagan Desert Tour showcases the unique, rare, and endangered places, plants, and animals of the Osoyoos area. You visit one of the four most endangered ecosystems in Canada, the region with the highest species diversity and some of the last remaining Sage and Antelope ecosystems in Canada. Minimum 2 people
Get up close and personal with the ocean and its incredible marine wildlife during this whale watching excursion from Victoria. Climb onboard a Zodiac boat equipped with padded bench seats and cruise the sea at up to 35-knots while your marine naturalist explains the area and animals around you. Head for the Juan de Fuca and Haro Strait and lookout for humpback whales, otters, seals sealions, and birds.
Spend the day in the rivers, lakes and streams around Whistler and go home with delicious fresh salmon and memories to last a lifetime. Your guide is an experienced angler who will take you to the best spots for fishing in the area and share tips and tricks with you for landing the big one. Please note that you will need to purchase a B.C. fishing licence in order to participate.
Vaseux Lake has one of the highest species diversity in all of Canada! It is home to many of Canada's rarest birds, plants, reptiles, and animals. An internationally recognized birders paradise and naturalist Shangri-La.
An opportunity to individually interact with happy, friendly farm animals who often free range. You are feeding, holding, petting, learning about them without just looking over a fence. Receive a kiss from a pony, a back massage from the talking horse, match smiles with the sitting pig. Take your whole family on on a pony trail ride with a view of Georgia Straight or go on a mountain trail ride through Canadian forests, ending with a breathtaking ocean view.
Just over an hour south of Kelowna - Explore a truly fascinating natural area and special place in British Columbia and Canada.
Vaseux Lake has one of the highest species diversity in Canada! We visit several unusual and rare habitats in the area including White Lake Grasslands Protected Area. We access sites either by boardwalk, viewing tower, or trail.
This hike is rated as easy and not physically demanding.
Join us as we visit Campbell River's iconic Elk Falls Provincial Park. Explore the many trails that loop the forest along side the rivers edge, finish by crossing the suspension bridge for your perfect Campbell River Photo!
“This is why I live here!” exclaims many a Vancouverites during cherry blossom season. Each spring, as the rainy season fades, city dwellers pack their sweaters away and are rewarded with one of the world’s most cheerful sites: 40,000 cherry trees bursting with pink and white blooms.
It is a perfect season where the trees just look so damn good that you just want to visit the gardens and have a cup on tea. There is also various unique activities during the festival season in Botanical Garden and Nitobi Memorial Garden.
Join Blazing Saddles Adventures Squamish's first electric mountain bike specialists as we discover the natural beauty and diverse ecosystem of Squamish on high-end electric mountain bikes. Any level of biking ability will enjoy our friendly eco-ride which guides you through the most scenic vistas of Squamish from river to ocean.
Guests will get a chance to see coastal temperate rainforests, salmon spawning habitat, mountains, ancient volcanoes, Howe Sound (the southernmost fjord in North America) and the Squamish River estuary - all in 2-3 hours! Squamish is where the mountains collide with the ocean and is as beautiful as it is diverse.
This tour is for everyone. You do not have to be superfit or an experienced biker. Just have a love for adventure and beautiful places!