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Vancouver & Capilano Suspension Bridge Sightseeing: Half-Day

Product ID: 13204
Explore, learn, and be amazed by Vancouver’s soaring skyscrapers, architectural masterpieces, urban beaches, and coastal rainforests.
About this activity
Duration: 5 hours
Starting time 12:00 PM
Skip the ticket line
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
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Live tour guide

Pickup included

Pick-up can be arranged from every hotel in Vancouver and most in Richmond, Burnaby and North Vancouver.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Take a look at the First Nations Totem Poles in Stanley Park
  • Admire Lions Gate Bridge, the historic link between downtown Vancouver and the North Shore
  • Take a walk in Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
  • Visit Gastown, home to Vancouver’s beginnings and the world-famous Steam Clock
  • Go to the 2nd-largest Chinatown District in North America
  • Walk down Robson Street, the epicentre of cutting-edge fashion and design
  • Stroll through the Granville Island Market
  • See the 2010 Olympic Cauldron at Canada Place
Full description
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 valley far below. Take an exhilarating walk across the Capilano Suspension Bridge to the other side, where many unique and informative experiences await, including the TreeTops Adventure. Do not miss the awesome Cliffwalk above the canyon.

Return to downtown Vancouver via Stanley Park and English Bay, and get ready to engage all of your senses as you step out into Granville Island Market. This market is an artisan haven for all things local and handmade, including delicious food, coffee, tea, eclectic artwork, and West Coast music. Carry on through bustling Chinatown, a tribute to the Far East. Continue to historic Gastown, the heart of Vancouver, where it all began.

  • Round trip transportation
  • Professional Guide
What’s Not Included
  • Meals
  • Gratuities
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 225 reviews

Review summary

  • Service
    4.7 / 5
  • Organization
    4.7 / 5
  • Value for money
    4.5 / 5
  • Safety
    4.9 / 5
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Vancouver has a lot of interesting sites to see, but our guide spent too much time talking about nonrelated subjects, instead of focusing on telling us about what we were seeing. Need more time to see it all or reduce to a more “highlights” tour and separate the bridge into a tour by itself.

September 19, 2019

Good option for seeing key attractions

Overall tour was good but felt that route was poor and inefficient. We toured downtown, went to Stanley park then back through downtown to get to the market then back to Stanley Park to get to the suspension bridge. Traffic was bad and so the tour ended closer to 615/30 compared to 5pm as expected. We appreciated that our time at attractions was not cut short because of traffic however, it’s something to keep in mind if you are making plans for the evening

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July 7, 2019

Guide Very knowledgeable

Good tour to see the City in a short time. Guide was very rude at times. Make sure you are given the exact time and place you will be picked up. We were shamed in front of everyone when the guide announced we were a few minutes late because of the ( our name) when in fact we sat on the bus and waited for another group of 6 people to arrive. At one point he asked an elderly man ( who was trying to pass his wife that was sitting behind him food) if he wanted to give the tour! It wasn’t a joke. Guide needs to retire. Sorry but he was plain rude- we were not the only people to notice.

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June 25, 2019

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