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Okanagan Bee Tour, Wine Tasting and Lunch at Kelowna Winery

1. Okanagan Bee Tour, Wine Tasting and Lunch at Kelowna Winery

A one of a kind Experience on our unique Artisan Farm! Arrive at the winery just before 11:30am when your guided interactive tour will begin! Your tour guide will lead you on an informative tour of our farm, the gardens, and the bee hives! The winery is home to 150 hives of honey bees, you will get to learn all about the bees, what they pollinate, how they live and work and you will get tips on different ways you can help out the bees and start your very own bee garden! Afterwards you will enjoy a guided wine tasting of our award winning Honey Wines; and specialty honey tasting of our raw unpasteurized honey as well as our infused honeys! All the honey you taste comes directly from our bees. After your tastings, you will dine on our farm-to-table patio Bistro where you will enjoy a fresh, local lunch and complimentary refreshing beverage. You are more than welcome to stay and play lawn games or relax on our picnic tables after your tour is complete. *As per BC Liquor Board if you appear under the age of 35 we require 2 pieces of identification*

Victoria: Modern Chinatown Food and History Tour with Guide

2. Victoria: Modern Chinatown Food and History Tour with Guide

Discover the history and dining scene of the oldest Chinatown in Canada on this walking tour with a local guide. Explore traditional restaurants and try authentic tacos, craft beer, a wide variety of Chinese food, and more. Start your tour off at the bustling Victoria Public Market where you'll get to taste the farm-to-table soup and authentic Italian arancini. Then, emerge into Chinatown and listen as your guide talks about the neighborhood's long-standing history. Stop at the Chinese Public School and work your way down the bustling Fisgard Street. Along the way, try a traditionally-baked Char Sui bun. You'd also get to enjoy a savory pork bun and visit Maiiz Nixtamel for authentic tacos. Next, savor a delightful fresh pastry before passing through the infamous Fan Tan Alley. Venture further down to Lower Johnson Street for some fried dumplings before ending your tour at Whistle Buoy Brewery to sip on craft beer or soda.

Vancouver 2.5-Hour Sunset Dinner Buffet Cruise

3. Vancouver 2.5-Hour Sunset Dinner Buffet Cruise

Gaze out on the downtown skyline, the mountains behind the North Shore, and the West Vancouver shoreline, all on this special Vancouver dinner cruise. Be served a delicious West Coast style buffet dinner accompanied by in-house music. On this 2.5-hour cruise, prepare to see the best sights of Vancouver as you sail along the water. Watch as the sun slowly disappears into the Pacific Ocean as you create an unforgettable memory. On board, you'll be treated to an all-you-can-eat West Coast themed buffet dinner. Dine on your meal as you savor the sounds of music. Get up and dance or take a stroll on the deck to see the city skyline from your vantage point on the water.

Vancouver: Gastown Walking Food Tour

4. Vancouver: Gastown Walking Food Tour

Walk through the cobbled stone streets of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood and taste local foods on this 3-hour Gastown food tour. Enjoy local craft beer, Japanese Kar-age style chicken, freshly made Sicilian Tortellini with local wine, and more. After meeting your storytelling guide for the day, start exploring the city alongside locals while learning local facts and little-known stories about Vancouver. Get to know more about its Wild West history, dating back 150 years. As you walk, taste a variety of local bites, including crispy and sweet chili cauliflower, Canadian poutine (handmade fries topped with cheese curds and gravy) wine, organic soft ice cream and decadent waffles.

Vancouver: 3-Hour Bowen Island Boat Cruise with Dinner

5. Vancouver: 3-Hour Bowen Island Boat Cruise with Dinner

The tour departs from Granville Island at 5:30pm and heads across the scenic and tranquil water towards Bowen Island. From your stylish boat, admire Vancouver’s stunning skyline while listening to interesting commentary and fun facts about the city. There’s also the opportunity to see some native marine wildlife, so keep your eyes peeled throughout the sail. Upon arrival at Bowen Island, enjoy an incredible dinner at one of the location’s very best restaurants, accompanied by refreshing drinks. Afterwards, spend some time exploring the local shops on the island and soaking up the friendly, small town vibe. Finally, get back on board the boat for the journey back to Vancouver, passing through the beautiful Howe Sound along the way for more sightseeing.

Smokies & S'mores at Kelowna Artisan Farm

6. Smokies & S'mores at Kelowna Artisan Farm

Fun for everyone! This family friendly event is a unique experience on a scenic farm in beautiful South East Kelowna. Guests will enjoy a full artisan farm experience with fire pits, hay bale seating, roasting marshmallows for building your own s’mores, and exploring all the farm has to offer in Fall! Enjoy warm mulled mead, a full dinner plate with artisan honey smokies made with local ingredients served on a bun, a fall scavenger hunt with prizes, guided wine tastings and honey tastings with an experienced staff member, lawn games, bee tours, and more!

Victoria: 2-Hour Food and History Tour with Tastings

7. Victoria: 2-Hour Food and History Tour with Tastings

Join your guide at the Victoria Public Market, an old department store from 1921. After the first tasting at this location, make your way to Canada's oldest Chinatown and discover the Chinese Public School, Gates of Harmonious Interest and Fan Tan Alley. Moving on after 3 tastings in Chinatown, you will discover Victoria's Old Town district with stops at Market Square, Johnson Street, Bastion Square, and the Government Street shopping district.  After 3 more local tastings, you will finish the tour at the Visitor Center in the beautiful Inner Harbour. Here, learn about the Empress Hotel and the British Columbia legislative buildings (Provincial Parliament).  From this location, you will be well-positioned to discover the rest of Victoria or access local transportation to the cruise ship terminal, ferry or airport.

Vancouver: 3-hour Tips-Based City Walking Tour

8. Vancouver: 3-hour Tips-Based City Walking Tour

Your Tips-based Walking Tour of Vancouver starts in at the Vancouver Harbor where glorious mountain peaks dive into the gorgeous waters right within your view. Canada Place is our cruise ship terminal and the bustling streets will excite and inspire the group as we embark on a fun 3 hour walking tour. Your guide will make introductions to your group which is an ideal ice-breaker as guests favourite part of this experience is meeting new friends and travelers from around the world. After a short story at the harbor we walk west to Vancouver's Olympic Torch, and Jack Poole Plaza where you'll hear about Vancouver's epic immergence as a city among nations. Your group will travel next to the impressive architecture of the Marine Building, designed to look as if it was emerging from the ocean. It's ceilings are drenched in waves and sea urchins which set the scene for the perfect selfie! Next is a short uphill to the Fairmont Vancouver to learn of Vancouver booming 30's. Right next door is the center of downtown, Robson Square, a three block inner-city block designed by local landscape architect Cornelia Oberlander. She has won many awards for this special place and we're excited to share it with you. After an oasis of some inner-city nature we walk east to the bustling Granville Street where you'll learn about Vancouver's pop-culture, and may even hear a tune or two. This tour, as every tips-based walking tour should, has a mid-way break, which is the opportune time to use the washroom fill up your water bottle, and maybe take in a beautiful view. Our mid-way break is at Vancouver's Public Library which is a perfect stop for all the fore-mentioned benefits but also to take in the amazing architecture. After the break we walk downtown to the Terry Fox Statue for a heart gripping tale of one of Canada's most inspiring individuals. Terry was a determined young athlete who was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 18 years old.. what he does next will amaze and encourage you to do and be better. Your guide will transition this inspirational story to guests' most anticipated neighborhood, Gastown. The cobble-stone streets take us back to a simpler time while the new age shopping and eateries contrast the sites within our eyes. At the edge of Gastown is Victory Square, which shows Vancouver's contribution to making this nation a free and open society. We then walk into the depths of Gastown to see the most photographed site, the Gastown Steam Clock. This steam powered clock will wow the crowd just in time for the New Westminster chimes to sound a recognizable tune. We'll continue up to Waterfront station, where you'll have the opportunity to ask any pressing questions about how to best get around Vancouver after your tour. Your guide will end at Granville Square, which is a nearly 3 minute walk back to our start location. They'll leave you with top recommendations for the city, and you can repay them with a gratuity, we recommend $25/person.

Kelowna: Walking Food Tour with 7 Tastings

9. Kelowna: Walking Food Tour with 7 Tastings

Our guided historical & cultural walking tours offer guests a unique way to learn about the food & culture of Kelowna through a jam-packed 3 hour local experience. Hear the stories you won't find in any brochure, meet the people who actually make this city so great, and taste the food that's put Kelowna on the international culinary stage. With us you get the personal know-how, & local insight, from Andrew (Owner/Guide) who grew up in the area and worked in his Grandparents Okanagan Orchard. The tour starts at the Laurel Packinghouse, and winds its way through the stunning lakeside Cultural District. With lots of opportunities for photos/video of beautiful buildings, waterfalls, local art, Okanagan Lake, plus many other historical & cultural sights. Along the way we include 7 tantalizing tastes & 4 drink visits at lovely local businesses (Adult Beverages, Non-Alcoholic, & Kids are all catered to). Come adventure with us, and savour Downtown Kelowna!

VIP Access Granville Island Market Tour

10. VIP Access Granville Island Market Tour

On the shores of False Creek, canopied by an urban bridge, Granville Island Market is a favourite amongst the city’s chefs and foodies. It’s a big part of the city’s soul. As the colourful market buzzes around you, step behind the scenes to experience a side that many never see — even the locals. Tuck into savoury and sweet bites by renowned culinary artisans, and connect with their passion for food and heritage.

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Our tour guide Jason was amazing and very knowledgeable! When we first booked this experience I was a bit sceptical because of the price but after the tour I was amazed and I will definitely be recommending this tour to friends and family. It wasn’t just a food tasting tour it was an interesting informative experience about the whole of Vancouver not just Gastown. Coming from New Zealand we were quite unsure about the history of the place and left with an abundance of facts. It’s a must do while visiting the city!!

The tour was so interesting and informative. It was a really great way to experience many different types of food while seeing so many hidden gems in Victoria. I was traveling alone and this was a great way to see some sites, eat some amazing local food (which I went back to later!) and meet really cool travellers at the same time!

Our guide, Jason, was great. He actually lives in Gastown. He not only took us for delicious food at some of his favorite places, he also was very informative about the local history, points of interest and characters.

Was a very nice tour! We really like it! Have a good food with amazing information about the city

Luke was an amazing host, funny and witty. The food was real good!