7 to 8 hours
1-We can pickup from some Air B&B locations. We also pickup from the Rocky Mountainee Station and other Railway Stations.
2–Please Confirm 24 to 48 Hours before the start time
3–Tour Might Run Longer /Shorter Depending on Road Traffic Conditions or other reasons
One-Day Vancouver Tour. The City of Vancouver is recognized as one of the world’s most livable cities. On this 9-10 hour guided Vancouver tour, learn what makes Vancouver one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. Your driver-guide will give you an entertaining tour of Vancouver’s diverse cultures and modern city planning. This small-group tour, with a maximum of 6 participants, includes round-trip hotel transportation.
The Vancouver ALL IN ONE Full Day City Tour stops at 20 locations and allows you to explore the city at your leisure. Make yourself at home in the Mini Van and travel the length and breadth of the city in just 9 hours. The tour is unique in that it includes admission to Vancouver Lookout, False Creek, and Queen Elizabeth Park.
Gastown / Canada Place / Robson Street / Coal Harbour Marina / Stanley Park / Yealtown/BC Place / Vancouver Lookout / Granville Island / English Bay / Convention Centre /Waterfront/ Downtown/ Yaletown / False Creek/ Vancouver Chinatown / Lion Gate Bridge / Science World / Commercial Drive / Queen Elizabeth Park /
- BONUS 1-Day Vancouver tour!-Ride the scenic False Creek mini ferry before visiting Granville Island
Visit the island of Granville. This trending hot spot was marked by rich artistic culture as one of Vancouver’s must-go places.
Follow Chinese heritage footsteps and visit North America’s second-largest Chinatown, where you’ll find the world’s shallowest commercial building, Sam Kee Building.
Explore Gastown, the oldest neighborhood in Vancouver. Don’t forget to take pictures of the first Steam Clock in the modern world. Every 15 minutes, the clock whistles and is the only one of its kind in the world. Visit the shops of antiques, art shops, cafes, etc.
First served as the Canada Pavilion for the World Fair Expo in 1986, the Vancouver Convention Center. Next to the Convention Center is the Canada Place design “Five Sails,” one of Vancouver’s most important landmarks.
Also along the way, you can find the 2010 Winter Olympic Cauldron. You may also choose to “fly over Canada” (optional) in Seaplane or 4D.
At Vancouver’s first and largest urban park, Stanley Park, take a refreshing break. Experience the culture of the first nation at Brockton Point, where there are nine totem poles. View a distance from the Lions Gate Bridge and Burrard Inlet.
Shop on Robson Street, where you’ll love the shopping paradise. Keep an eye out for local artists ‘ street art and graffiti. Step into Queen Elizabeth Park’s highest point in Vancouver for some spectacular views of the city and landscapes.