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Vancouver: City and Seal Boat Tour

Vancouver: City and Seal Boat Tour

Jump into a boat for a 1.5-hours to see the city and its seals. Embark on an adventure you won't forget and travel along the epic coastline of the English Bay, out to Lighthouse Park, over to the Seal Colony, and back into False Creek. Take in the sights of Stanley Park from the water throughout the journey. Pass by English Bay Beach and underneath the iconic Lions Gate Bridge.  Marvel at the beautiful homes of West Vancouver, offshore freighters, and Seal Colony along the coast. Make your way past Siwash Rock, Jericho Sailing Centre, and Kitsilano Beach. All of the boat tours depart from the Granville Island Location.

Vancouver: City and Nature Sightseeing RIB Tour

Vancouver: City and Nature Sightseeing RIB Tour

Experience a twist on a family classic on this city and wildlife tour. Hop on board a RIB and explore Vancouver's waterways. Discover the diverse wildlife that lives along the shoreline and in the coastal waters. Begin your tour at False Creek and set off on your adventure. Pass by Granville Island, Stanley Park, the Lions Gate Bridge, and English Bay. As you explore enjoy spectacular views of Vancouver and the mountains in the background. Get up close and personal with a seal colony near Lighthouse Park (Point Atkinson), spot a variety of marine life as you make your way along the coast, and view bald eagles in their natural habitat. From the boat see Vancouver as you've never seen it before.

Audio Driving Tour b/w Vancouver & Whistler | Sea to Sky Hwy

Audio Driving Tour b/w Vancouver & Whistler | Sea to Sky Hwy

Follow your professional audio tour guide Jefferson along Highway 99, one of the most scenic drives in the world! Start anywhere along the route between Vancouver and Whistler. The tour experience is the same in either direction. Learn about Vancouver's North Shore, Cypress Provincial Park and the early inhabitants of the area, the Coast Salish Peoples, a large grouping of many nations with numerous distinct cultures and languages. Hear about the European settlers who came after and the amazing animals and plants that call this beautiful area home. Discover the beauty of the sea and mountains as you hear about the Lions Bay Search and Rescue, the Straight of Georgia and Howe Sound, Cypress Provincial Park and BC's own temperate rainforest. Marvel at the geology of the area and learn about Fjords, Sounds & Bights, Watt's Point Volcanic Centre, Mount Garibaldi, Stratovolcanos and Stawamus Chief Mountain. Stop and be awed at Shannon Falls, the Britannia Mine Museum and the spectacular Brandywine Falls. With no time constraints, enjoy the freedom to stop anywhere and take your time exploring. See Anvil Island from the Porteau Cove Lookouts, Tantalus Lookout, Brackendale Eagle Provincial Park and even take a ride on the Sea to Sky Gondola. Along the way you'll pass through the Town of Squamish, known as an outdoor enthusiast's paradise and hear of the Squamish Estuary and Spit. Enjoy hearing the history of Whistler Mountain, it's Olympic Park, the name behind the River of Golden Dreams, and of course, the amazing and world renowned Town of Whistler. Fun audio clips will play automatically as you drive using a live GPS map. No data is used during the tour. The tour is easy to navigate and our audio guide will keep you and your family engaged along the way with trivia fun.

Whistler Valley: Scenic Seaplane Flight

Whistler Valley: Scenic Seaplane Flight

Venture further than the majestic mountains and valleys surrounding Whistler as you fly high over the scenery on this seaplane flight.  Get an introduction to seaplane aviation as you depart from Green Lake, Whistler. Then, enjoy stunning vistas of the Whistler Valley, including Whistler village and monuments from the 2010 Winter Olympics. Get a bird's eye view of the Olympic Rings at Whistler Olympic Plaza, along with the Olympic Park and other Olympic venues. Fly over the spectacular cascades of Brandywine Falls and watch the water plunge into Brandywine Creek. Harbour Air's Whistler Valley tour takes passengers on a scenic flight over the picturesque Sea to Sky Highway. As the seaplane glides over the valley, travelers are treated to panoramic views of winding rivers, dense forests, and sparkling lakes. The tour highlights the natural beauty of the region, from the rugged coastline to the tranquil valley below. The Whistler Valley tour offers an immersive aerial experience showcasing the stunning landscapes of British Columbia.

Discover Stanley Park with a Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

Discover Stanley Park with a Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

Experience the captivating Stanley Park like never before with our Smartphone Audio Walking Tour! Immerse yourself in the tales of early pioneers, diverse local fauna, and the park's unique geographic features. Transform your walk into an educational and entertaining journey, complete with fun trivia questions! Begin at the busy Stanley Park Causeway and follow the seawall all the way around the park. Have the option of stopping at points of interest in the park's interior. Get suggestions on attractions to see like Nature House and the Vancouver Aquarium. Learn about the creation of Stanley Park and its history. Delve into the geology of the area. Hear about the lost lagoon, Beaver lake, the hollow tree, and the devastating wind storm of 2006. Uncover the history of Hallelujah Point, Deadman’s Island, and the naval reserve. Check out the statues of the Scottish poet Robbie Burns, the Olympian Harry Jerome, and the park’s namesake, Lord Stanley. See the Nine O’Clock Gun, the SS Empress of Japan figurehead, and the 'Girl in a Wetsuit' statue Take a break on one of the logs at Third Beach, or visit the historic Stanley Park Pavilion. Admire views at Brockton Point and the Prospect Point. View Lions Gate Bridge. Tour the Rhododendron, Rose, and Rock gardens and hear the history behind the Malkin Bowl.

Vancouver: Evening Cruise with Dinner Buffet

Vancouver: Evening Cruise with Dinner Buffet

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.

West Vancouver: Howe Sound and Bowen Speedboat Tour

West Vancouver: Howe Sound and Bowen Speedboat Tour

Join the Bowen Explorer Tour and marvel at the Howe Sound islands, an amazing adventure to bird sanctuaries, harbor seal rookeries, and sea caves. Finish with a short visit of Snug Cove on Bowen Island. Soar up the coastline with the eagles, farther north than this trip has ever gone before. Travel deep into the sound your guide explains this extraordinary ecosystem that is home to harbor seals, bald eagles, oystercatchers, and many other creatures and organisms. The trip highlights the wildlife of the sound: seals at Pam Rocks and birds around Christie Island. Catch sight of some unique Bald Eagle nests and traditional First Nations locations. Take in a true example of the west-coast fjord landscape littered with steep cliffs and hanging valleys. Discover more of Vancouver’s history and see some untouched coastline, as it was before the city was colonized. Horseshoe Bay is also home to many unique restaurants and shops that are fun to explore before or after the tour.

Vancouver: Mosquito Creek and English Bay Sailboat Cruise

Vancouver: Mosquito Creek and English Bay Sailboat Cruise

We are happy to welcome you on our beautiful 2011 50 foot Jeanneau Sailboat that is absolutely gorgeous inside and out. We depart Mosquito Creek and motor out of Vancouver Harbour into Burrard Inlet. You will see Coal Harbour, Stanley Park and unique views of downtown from the water. Once we pass under the Lions Gate Bridge we'll set sail and enjoy stunning views of the Vancouver area, Passage and Bowen Islands, Point Atkinson, West Vancouver, Howe Sound and even Georgia Straight. Sit back and relax whilst we serve up a light snack and a selection of Beers, Ciders and assortment of alcoholic beverages as you enjoy the views of English Bay. We have water and pop available for the minors, tea and coffee as well. If you're the more adventurous type, we can put you to work and teach you the basics of how to sail, trimming the sails and even take the helm. After 2 hours on the water pack up the sails and motor back to Mosquito Creek and the picturesque views of Coal Harbour. We offer all kinds of other experiences if your looking for something more private or don't see a date that works for your group. Please reach out and well do our best to create a unique and once in a lifetime experience! We do not have a min number of guest required to run the experience and have a covered cockpit should we see showers. We only cancel due to unsafe conditions.

From Vancouver: Whistler Tour with Shannon Falls and Gondola

From Vancouver: Whistler Tour with Shannon Falls and Gondola

Whistler, Canada offers vacationers the best opportunities and adventures! Over two million people visit Whistler annually. Whistler is a famous ski destination but even offers amazing activities, museums, and natural beauty to explore. Itinerary: Vancouver → Sea To Sky Highway → Shannon Falls (30 mins) → Whistler (3 hours, optional for Cable Car) → Vancouver Special Notes: 1. If the Whistler Cable Car and Peak 2 Peak Cable Car are repaired or suspended, we will specially arrange to go to the Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish to enjoy the famous rock-climbing resort-Emirates Rock and beautiful scenic views of the Deep Bay. Shannon Falls Visit the amazing Shannon Falls with us today! Shannon Falls is composed of a series of cliffs, rising 335 meters above Highways 99 and is the third highest waterfall in the province. Shannon Falls even offers the best views and hikes for people to enjoy and explore. Whistler Whistler is the perfect place full of amazing adventures and attractions. Over two million people visit Whistler annually! It is primarily known for its amazing skiing and snowboarding! However, in the summer, mountain biking at Whistler Blackcomb is very popular. During the 2010 Winter Olympics, Whistler hosted most of the alpine, Nordic, luge, skeleton, and bobsled events. Whistler Cable Car Take a ride through the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains on the record-breaking Peak 2 Peak Gondola ride! It provides unparalleled views of British Columbia's rooftop and incomparable views of towering volcanic peaks, coastal rainforests, and ancient glaciers. The Peak 2 Peak Gondola is just one part of the Peak 2 Peak 360 Experience for you to explore.

The Dark Secrets of Stanley Park Tour

The Dark Secrets of Stanley Park Tour

Uncover the secrets of Stanley Park on a 2-hour insider walking tour with an expert guide. Explore the famous seawall, dark forested trails, historic totem poles, bizarre public art, and notorious crime scenes. See Vancouver landmarks Coal Harbour, the Lions Gate Bridge and Deadman's Island. As you stroll along the glistening shoreline and beneath towering trees, you'll hear the inside story of one of the world's most remarkable parks. Meet your guide at the fountain directly outside the Vancouver Aquarium entrance and then set off to explore Stanley Park. You'll quickly leave the tourist trail behind and take a little used path through the forest. You'll hear the tale of Captain George Vancouver before you emerge on the Stanley Park seawall for the perfect vista of the glittering downtown skyline and Coal Harbour. Following the seawall, you'll hear the tragic history of Deadman's Island as you approach the park's world-famous totem poles. A short rest stop at the totem poles gives you time to visit the bathroom, take photos, or buy a snack or water at the concession stand. A short walk later finds you admiring views of the North Shore Mountains, Burrard Inlet, and the Lions Gate Bridge. You'll take in some of the city's most loved public art, and cross a long lost cemetery hidden beneath your feet. Next, it's time to leave the seawall and head onto dark forested trails. Your guide will lead you through towering groves of giant Cedar, Hemlock and Douglas Fir, some hundreds of years old. These are trails few tourists ever step foot on - a genuine Pacific Northwest forest experience. You'll see the location of a long lost indigenous village known as Whoi Whoi. A short walk later you'll be In the heart of Stanley Park where you'll hear the story of one of Vancouver's most shocking crimes. You can catch your breath on the short stroll back to the start point. Your guide will be on-hand to answer your questions, help you plan the rest of your day, and take photos. After the tour, you can continue your adventure with a visit to the Vancouver Aquarium, or travel back to downtown to relax and remember your visit to incredible Stanley Park.

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