A Gentle Day out in Nature and Full City Tour
Want to experience amazing views, a gentle walk in nature, the city and beautiful gardens?
We will visit Vancouver's top attractions, including Stanley Park, with totem poles, and do a driving tour of historic Gastown and Chinatown, Beach Avenue, Coal Harbour and Yaletown.
Then we will drive over Lions Gate Bridge up to Barratt's Point on Cypress Mountain for amazing vistas, and off to Horseshoe Bay, a quaint seaside village, for lunch.
We will head over to Granville Island, with it's famous Public Market, and plenty of quirky shops, a maritime market and shipyard and no chain stores. This tour can be customized to the pace you wish. Just relax and experience the best that Vancouver has to offer.
We will go to the Queen Elizabeth Park and quarry gardens, and if you wish the Bloedel Conservatory.
No gondolas, suspension bridges or anything unstable on this tour.
Time may vary slightly with pick-up and drop-off locations
Pick up from your designated location ( separate page for details)
Stanley Park: includes totem poles
Canada Place and Olympic Cauldron
Gastown: steam clock and Gassy Jack Statue
Lion's Gate Bridge
Granville Island Public Market
Queen Elizabeth Park.
Bloedel Conservatory with a tropical conservatory with many exotic bird species has a small admission fee.
Return to your predetermined location or airport.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 7 hours
We will travel in a modern, clean and spacious Honda Odyssey (2012). Black, sleek, separate air conditioning controls for the second row.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
35 Canadian - Lunch and beverages in a moderate restaurant. Souvenirs are not included.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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Wonderful tour. Definitely a 5. We were comfortable, had all our questions answered and more. Thanks