Vancouver's highlights, (can be driving-tour only) including Stanley Park, Downtown, Gastown, and Granville Island
Want to see Vancouver but only don't have much time?
Join me to experience why Vancouver has been voted one of the top cities in the world? Visit Stanley Park, the downtown and harbor highlights, and Granville Island.
We will visit Vancouver's Stanley Park, with totem poles, and drive by the Steam Clock, Chinatown, Coal Harbour and BC Place Stadium.
After that we'll have fun shopping and getting a bite at Granville Market, one of the largest in North America, with no chain stores.
This tour can start at the cruise terminal, and end at the airport.
Your guide is a Vancouver-born traveller.
Pick up at your cruise ship location, rail, or downtown hotel
Canada Place and Olympic Cauldron
BC Place Stadium
Gastown: steam clock
Stanley Park: includes totem poles
Granville Island Public Market
Please note: Chinatown and Gastown have homelessness issues, so are optional.
The airport drive takes around one-half hour, more or less
No entrance fees are required
Please note - If you wish, we can do this as a Laid-Back Vancouver Tour, with limited walking.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Monument/Building
Duration: 4 hours
We will travel in a modern, clean and spacious Honda Odyssey (2012). Black, sleek, separate air conditioning controls for the second row.
Seats five with back row middle seat empty. Can be six if child/family member.
Regular luggage capacity available for 3 people, using back seat.
Four or five people means everything must fit in the trunk, so 50 pound pieces or hard sided luggage must be two pieces maximum. Imagine your luggage in a van.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 Canadian - Lunch or snacks at the market.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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Mahara was great. We saw so much more of the city than we would have on our own.