This four-hour tour includes four different stops that showcase Vancouver’s diverse history and culture. See the whole city and beyond with a 360-degree view at the Vancouver Lookout at Harbour Centre, wander through the Public Market at Granville Island in search of a delicious snack or unique souvenir and take a trip through Stanley Park, a 1001-acre playground that will leave you in awe. Experience all of this and more as you travel through historic neighbourhoods within the downtown core.
Be DELIGHTed by the attractions and amenities of downtown Vancouver such as Stanley Park, Granville Island and the Vancouver Lookout, before crossing over the Lions Gate Bridge to Vancouver’s North Shore. Your tour guide will show you the splendour of the west coast at the local Capilano Salmon Hatchery and the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park as you take in the natural beauty of the North Shore.
Tour the city in style by hopping on one of downtown Vancouver’s only double-decker buses with 15 different stops that focus on the city’s unique neighbourhoods. Featuring live commentary, travel through downtown learning about the captivating history of our beautiful city. Also included in your ticket is one complimentary round-trip sailing on False Creek Ferries to take you to the artistic wonderland of Granville Island. Don’t forget to take advantage of the discounts available at some of our partners!
All of our Vancouver tours offer two stops in Stanley Park, the first at Totem Pole Park and the second at Prospect Point. Both attractions live within the 1001-acres that make up Stanley Park, Vancouver’s gem bordered by the famous Stanley Park Seawall.
Granville Island – a treat for both your suitcase and stomach. This stop is Vancouver’s hub for local artisan crafts and food that will make your mouth water just by looking at it. Satisfy your hunger by visiting one of the top restaurants and walk through the Public Market that offers different stalls and vendors. Granville Island is known for offering unique items not found anywhere else.
Put your courage to the test by crossing the Capilano Suspension Bridge, spanning 140 metres across and 70 metres above the Capilano River below. Wander your way through a collection of First Nations Totem Poles and experience a performance featuring traditional First Nations dancing and storytelling. Test your nerve once more by walking the cantilevered cliff walk following the side of a granite cliff 90 metres above the Capilano River.
Rising 147 meters above the street level, the Vancouver Lookout is where you go if you want to see the entire city from one place. This stop allows each guest to enjoy 360-degree views of Vancouver and beyond from atop Harbour Centre Tower. Learn about some of the city’s most famous landmarks and gain a bird’s eye perspective.