Enjoy our 7-Day Vancouver, Canadian Rockies Tour Package and let the stunning sights of Canada take your breath away!
- Enjoy the local spots in Vancouver.
- Visit Bow Lake, Columbia Icefield, and Banff National Park.
- Let the stunning Glacier National Park blow you away!
Top attractions in Vancouver
Here are some top attractions in Vancouver you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Vancouver worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.
Stanley Park is a 405-hectare (1.001-acre) public park next to downtown Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada and is surrounded by the Burrard Inlet and English Bay waters.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a simple suspension bridge that crosses the river Capilano in North Vancouver District, British Columbia, Canada. The current bridge lengths 140 meters and is 70...
Gastown is one of the most vibrant and singular areas of Vancouver. As the city's first downtown core, the neighborhood has evolved into an innovation center and truly memorable experiences...
More travel info about Vancouver and Canada
Vancouver, the largest city in British Columbia is Canada’s busy port metropolis with many things to offer to its visitors. And visitors are plenty – over 10 million visited Vancouver...
Canada is the second-largest country in the world and it is known also as Great White North, and quite justly due to snowy landscapes passing well into Arctic Circle. It...
Top hotels in Vancouver
Vancouver has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.
A stay at Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver places you in the heart of Vancouver, within a 15-minute walk of Canada Place and BC Place Stadium. This 5-star hotel is 1.6...
With a stay at Fairmont Pacific Rim, you’ll be centrally located in Vancouver, a 3-minute drive from Canada Place and 9 minutes from Stanley Park. This 5-star hotel is 2.9...
The Fairmont Waterfront hotel is connected to the Vancouver Convention Center and Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal. Hotel features an outdoor heated swimming pool. The Gastown of Vancouver is only...
JW Marriott Parq Vancouver is located in downtown Vancouver and offers dining at 8 different restaurants, lounges and on-site spa facilities. WiFi is available free of charge. There is a...
With a stay at The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver, you’ll be centrally located in Vancouver, steps from Robson Square and minutes from Vancouver Art Gallery. This 4.5-star hotel is close...
A stay at Rosewood Hotel Georgia places you in the heart of Vancouver, within a 15-minute walk of Canada Place and BC Place Stadium. This 5-star hotel is 1.5 mi...
Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Vancouver
The peak season for flights to Vancouver is June, September and October. The low season for purchasing tickets is March, April and August.
Vancouver is served by these airports: Vancouver International Airport, Coal Harbour Sea Plane Base and Boundary Bay Airport. Direct flights to Vancouver are offered by 26 airlines
Vancouver and Canada attractions and landmarks
Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Vancouver and in Canada.
Guests arriving in Vancouver/Seattle airport before noon will enjoy a complimentary brief city tour in Vancouver/Seattle respectively before transferring back to the hotel in Vancouver.
Tips: Guests arriving in Vancouver/Seattle airport before 12:00 pm will enjoy the brief city tour (around 3 hours).
Guests are required to arrive at the airport before 12:00 pm if pick up is at Seattle.
Please provide your flight information and reserve the city tour at least 3 working days prior to the departure date so our local office will save a seat for you.
Traveling through the picturesque Fraser Valley from Vancouver in the morning, enter a semi-desert region and stop at Merritt. We’re going to visit the “VQA” winery after dinner and taste the renowned Canadian Ice Wine. Then leave for Kelowna and go in search of the sea monster, Ogopogo, to the lovely Lake Okanagan.
Travel through the Roger Pass in the center of the National Park of the Glacier. We can see the Trans-Canada Highway’s final portion finished in 1962. One of Banff’s renowned lakes-Lake Louise, Alberta’s hamlet. Take the Lake Louise gondola and enjoy a panoramic perspective of the natural beauty of the emerald-green lake and the Victoria glacier above it. Banff, renowned for its mountainous environment and hot springs, is a resort town and one of Canada’s most famous tourist spots.
Icefields Parkway is a picturesque highway that travels to Jasper National Park through Banff National Park. The Crowfoot Glacier on the Crowfoot Mountain, visible from the expressway, has disappeared and has now lost a whole lobe. Consequently, it no longer resembles the glacier named by early explorers. There is the Bow Lake, a glacial lake with roots in a frozen glacier, along with the Icefields Parkway. Jasper National Park’s Columbia Icefield has an iced region of 325 sq. Km and depth up to 365 m. One of the lakes supplied by the Icefield is Athabasca Glacier. After a ride on the gigantic snow coach over the steep grades up the glacier, we can step on this glacier. Another interesting glacier experience is walking on a 280 m glass-floored walkway that stretches across the Sunwapta Valley. The eye view of a bird offers at its finest the most distinctive perspective of nature.
The Canadian Pacific Railway’s Last Spike was pushed in 1885 and marked the CPR’s completion. The job was performed primarily by Chinese underpaid employees. The site is denoted by a historic obelisk with the railway’s building names and information. Visits to the renowned ginseng farm and manufacturing plant are arranged in Kamloops. For multiple ginseng goods, you can taste ginseng tea and shop. The Rocky trip will end in the evening in Vancouver.
(A) Vancouver one-day city tour The city tour of Vancouver begins with a visit to Vancouver China Town, one of North America’s largest. It has the narrowest office building in the world-Sam Kee Building, 1.5 m wide. Gas city, the next stop, was Vancouver’s economy’s birthplace. Every hour whistles the historic steam clock. Next comes the Vancouver landmark, the “Five Sails,” which was the site of the World Expo in 1986. Now it’s a terminal and convention center for cruise ships. Flyover Canada (Optional) simulation flight can also be experienced here. Flyover Canada’s film crew traveled from coast to coast for more than a year to capture some of the most spectacular and iconic locations in Canada. Special effects involve wind, mist and scents and combine to produce a distinctive and memorable experience with the movement of the ride. Nearby is the Olympic Park of Canada Winter with the 2010 Olympic Cauldron Winter. Next stop is Stanley Park, surrounded by a 1,000-acre forest and countless First Nations totem poles. Next we visit the popular Suspension Bridge of Capilano (Optional). The bridge hung 70 meters above a river where ancient pine trees can be found. You can walk along the cliff at the same moment. Granville Island, Vancouver’s art city, is the last visit. There are distinctive stores, restaurants, galleries and street art displays that you can find.
(B) Victoria one-day trip (including admission to B.C. Ferries & Butchart Garden) In the morning, depart from Tsawwassen with BC Ferries to Vancouver Island through the Strait of Georgia. We will visit the century-old Butchart Gardens upon arrival in Vancouver Island. The Garden includes an area of 50 acres with numbers of theme gardens, including Concert Lawn, Rose Garden, Three Sturgeon Fountain, Japanese Garden, and Italian Garden, planted with all types of flowers, and kiosks of begonia. The most interesting district is Sunken Garden, initially a nest-shaped trap lime quarry and transformed into a garden covered with colourful flowers and a set of trees.
The tour then continues to Canada’s oldest Chinatown. It has Canada’s narrowest commercial street, the Fan Tan Alley, and Harmonious’s doors, providing an overview of Chinese development history in Canada. Nearby is a tourist region of Old British Style Inner Harbor, the BC Legislature Building, the Royal BC Museum (optional), the Centennial Square, and the renowned Empress Hotel after dinner (optional, $15). Then we proceed to Beacon Hill Park, stopping at “Mile Zero,” the TransCanada Highway 1 starting point. The tour coach will then return late in the afternoon to Vancouver.
(C) Whistler one day tour This tour takes you across the Sea-to-Sky Highway, winding from Horseshoe Bay to Whistler along the coastline. Enjoy the amazing views across Georgia Strait and Sunshine Coast, with the sea on one side and the mountain on the other. The Whistler Village is an alpine village in Switzerland where you can enjoy shopping fun in European fashion. From Whistler to Blackcomb Mountains, ride the Peak-2-Peak Gondola to the top scenery. Late afternoon head back to Vancouver. (Due to seasonal and climate conditions, the tour schedule may alter.)
You can choose the Vancouver one day city tour,Victoria one day tour, Whistler one day tour or free activity.
The 7-day tour ends. Customers will be transferred to Vancouver airport by a free hotel shuttle. Customers will be transferred to Seattle Sea-Tac Airport by a pre-arranged coach.