Chinatown, Vancouver
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  • Vancouver: Victoria, Gulf Islands Cruise, & Butchart Gardens

    1. Vancouver: Victoria, Gulf Islands Cruise, & Butchart Gardens

    View the spectacular British Columbia coastline by land and ship, followed by a stop at Butchart Gardens en route to the British-inspired city of Victoria. Board a BC Ferries vessel at Tsawwassen terminal for a 90-minute sail through the serene beauty of the Gulf Islands. Marine wildlife sightings from the outdoor ship decks are common, especially eagles, sea lions, and whales. Arrive at Swartz Bay terminal on Vancouver Island and continue to the enchanting botanical paradise of Butchart Gardens. Wander through a series of themed gardens, highlighted by the massive Sunken Garden complete with dancing fountain. The city of Victoria boasts many impressive architectural wonders, including the iconic Parliament Buildings and the waterfront Fairmont Empress Hotel. Visit the unique shops and cafes of Government Street and Chinatown. Stroll along the Inner Harbour for prime ocean views, and e...

    Great experience, great driver with sense of humour but gray line west coast sightseeing tour is short staff and we could not contact them the day before departure. Overall excellent!

  • Vancouver & Capilano Suspension Bridge Sightseeing: Half-Day

    2. Vancouver & Capilano Suspension Bridge Sightseeing: Half-Day

    Vancouver’s fascinating past and present come together in this engaging tour that traverses through urban cityscapes, seaside parks, and ancient rainforests. Begin with the highlights of downtown, including Canada Place, home of the 2010 Olympic Cauldron. Wind through impressive modern and historic architecture, past the Arts and Financial Districts and the fashion mecca of Robson Street. Enter the 1,000-acre urban rainforest, Stanley Park, for a unique perspective of the city from a quiet forest setting. Visit the First Nations Totem Poles before whisking off to North Vancouver. Continue across the Lions Gate Bridge to Vancouver’s scenic North Shore and the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Don’t miss the impressive collection of First Nations artwork and the historic Story Centre. From the spectacular Cliffwalk, gaze out over towering cedars and the Capilano River winding through the v...

    It was great! We had such a nice day with our guide who was very knowledgeable and fun!

  • Vancouver: Stanley Park Bicycle Tour

    3. Vancouver: Stanley Park Bicycle Tour

    Stanley Park is truly one of the most beautiful parks in the world. This unique 3-hour guided tour includes a perfect mixture of forest exploration, seaside cruising and city riding. Meet your group at the bike rental shop in Downtown Vancouver to begin your tour of the park and city. During a safety briefing, you’ll be fitted with a bike and helmet. You'll ride in small groups and follow flat, protected bikeways. Traveling at a leisurely pace, you can soak up the natural beauty of the park. After riding through some picturesque neighborhoods of Vancouver including the West End and English Bay, you'll find yourself at the entrance to the jewel of the city: Stanley Park. Your guide will escort you through the park making stops along the way, sharing in-depth information about the biodiversity of the temperate rainforest, the history of the coastal First Nations and their legendary totem...

    It was a cold and rainy day and the mountains were partly obscured but our guide Hilary was entertaining and informative. The stops for hot chocolate and a biscuit were much appreciated.

  • 4-Hour Private Tour of Vancouver's Gardens

    4. 4-Hour Private Tour of Vancouver's Gardens

    Start this private morning or afternoon tour with pick-up at your hotel. Make your first stop at the beautiful Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Vancouver's China Town. The Chinese have a totally different perspective on what a garden should be and must be seen to be understood. Take a little walk around Chinatown to see novelties like the "World's Narrowest Building" and Chinese spice and medicine shops. Next, leave the downtown area and travel to the highest point in the city, the spectacular Queen Elisabeth Park. Admire the sunken gardens and sweeping panoramic views of Vancouver, the mountains, and the sea. Originally a rock quarry for the early development of downtown, it is now a spectacular garden and viewpoint. Finally, enjoy the breathtaking Van Dusen Botanical Garden and amazing array of what nature has to offer. This mature 22-hectare (55-acre) garden feat...

  • Canada 7–Day National Parks Camping Tour from Seattle

    5. Canada 7–Day National Parks Camping Tour from Seattle

    Day 1: Seattle to Kamloops Kamloops British Columbia is abundant with stunning scenery and great wildlife . Cougars, bears, elk, and more inhabit the Thomson River Valley. Stop for a short walk and picnic at Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park. Spend your evening under the stars with your provided camping equipment. Day 2: Yoho National Park Explore trails around the magnificent Emerald Lake or simply relax in the lakeshore cafe and enjoy the views. Drive along the Kicking Horse Pass across the Continental Divide into Alberta. Enjoy panoramic vistas of peaks exceeding 10,000 feet on Rogers Pass at the summit in Canada's Glacier National Park en route to Banff, where you will spend your night camping. Day 3:  Banff National Park - Lake Louise Lake Louise is an alpine lake known for its stunning turquoise glacier-fed waters, surrounded ...

  • Vancouver: 4-Hour Highlights Private Sightseeing Tour

    6. Vancouver: 4-Hour Highlights Private Sightseeing Tour

    Seeing Vancouver in a small private group is a great option when you first arrive, to get to know the city. Small groups are the way to go. This personalized private, half day (min 4 hours) tour starts with a morning or afternoon pick-up at your hotel and features such highlights as: Stanley Park and the Lions Gate bridge with stops at displays of Native totem poles and view points. (Or anywhere else you like.) China Town - The second largest in North America, Chinatown is one of Vancouver's oldest neighborhoods and a fascinating place to explore. (You will think you are in the far east) Gas Town - Vancouver's earliest business district, lovingly restored with shops and galleries. Granville Island - Art and fashion Mecca. (Great place for coffee.) Entertainment and Business districts - Where the fashionable are seen.

    Very knowledgeable and fun guide. She knew her history and integrated current happenings with the tour. She integrated the kids very nicely. The tour gave a nice feel for Stanley park and made you curious about more.

  • Canadian Rockies 7–Day National Parks Group Tour

    7. Canadian Rockies 7–Day National Parks Group Tour

    Day 1: Seattle to Kamloops Kamloops British Columbia is abundant with stunning scenery and great wildlife . Cougars, bears, elk, and more inhabit the Thomson River Valley. Stop for a short walk and picnic at Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park.  Day 2: Yoho National Park Explore trails around the magnificent Emerald Lake or simply relax in the lakeshore cafe and enjoy the views. Drive along the Kicking Horse Pass across the Continental Divide into Alberta. Enjoy panoramic vistas of peaks exceeding 10,000 feet on Rogers Pass at the summit in Canada's Glacier National Park en route to Banff, your night stop. Day 3:  Banff National Park - Lake Louise Lake Louise is an alpine lake known for its stunning turquoise glacier-fed waters, surrounded by high peaks and overlooked by a stately chateau. Multiple hiking trails lead to the Lake Agne...

  • Vancouver: City & North Vancouver Tour with Bridge and Lunch

    8. Vancouver: City & North Vancouver Tour with Bridge and Lunch

    Your scenic small group tour will begin with your tour guide picking you up directly from your downtown Vancouver hotel. Your adventure starts with a narrated drive through some of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the heart of Vancouver, taking you by multiple points of interest, notable sights, and landmarks while sharing their knowledge of the city and its rich history. Upon arrival at the Vancouver lookout, in the heart of downtown, you will be whisked up 553 feet in a glass elevator to experience a 360-degree view of the city. Take in the surrounding beauty and enjoy some time at leisure before returning to ground level. Once you are back on the ground, your guide will introduce you to the world-famous natural beauty of the west coast on a drive through Stanley Park. With its breathtaking ocean view, lush rainforest and majestic mountains, it is no wonder the park was named "top...

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What people are saying about Chinatown, Vancouver

We really enjoyed the trip!!! My husband thought that going to the Butchart Gardens will be boring, but that was the highlight of his trip! Lol Our tour guide was really good !!! We will recommend this tour 100%!!!

Great experience, great driver with sense of humour but gray line west coast sightseeing tour is short staff and we could not contact them the day before departure. Overall excellent!

It is a must see in Vancouver, the attention of the company staff was very good and the fully electric vehicle was a surprise.

It was great! We had such a nice day with our guide who was very knowledgeable and fun!

Long but excellent trip. Wonderful tour guide/bus driver