Somewhere between metropolitan atmosphere and reconnection with nature is Vancouver: a city with dynamic neighborhoods and a gateway to the Rockies. It is an ideal destination for balancing attractions and the outdoors, while discovering an iconic region of Canada.
Our tours begin with...
Fly to Vancouver;
Explore Granville Street, one of the biggest commercial streets of Vancouver for lunch;
Take a stroll by the water and admire the lively port around Canada Place;
Your dream of flying is sure to come true as you experience Flyover Canada : a virtual adventure that will have your travel across Canada from east to west;
Discover historic Gastown, Vancouver's oldest neighborhood, known for its cobbled streets and unique architecture.
What better way to learn all about Vancouver's highlights than in the company of an expert during a guided city tour;
Have lunch and explore Vancouver's Chinatown, which has been buzzing with activity for over a century with vibrant colors, exotic cuisine and inspiring culture. Stop at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classic Chinese Garden to take a photo next to the world's narrowest commercial building, the Sam Kee Building!
Enjoy a self-guided tour of Canada's largest aquarium and center for marine research, conservation and rehabilitation of marine animals: the Vancouver Aquarium!
Time for a workout on wheels! Enjoy a beautiful ride in Stanley Park: the first, the biggest and the liveliest urban park of Vancouver;
Admire the sunset over English Bay, comfortably seated on the benches of Sunset Beach Park.
Patricipate in a self-guided tour of Canada's award-winning civic history museum, the Museum of Vancouver;
Ahoy matey! Embark on a pirate ship where you will be looking for a submerged treasure in False Creek Bay at the Pirate Adventures of Granville Island;
See if the University of British Columbia (UBC) is right for as you walk through the beautiful campus grounds;
Discover the hippie heritage center of Kitsilano, during some free time.
As you visit the Olympic Village, make a stop to admire "The Birds", a giant sculpture depicting house sparrows ;
Walk across the iconic Lions Gate Bridge for a better view of the fabulous Vancouver panorama;
Get ready to face your fear of heights as you cross the Capilano suspended bridge;
You will see Grouse Mountain in all its splendor aboard the Skyride;
Enjoy some free time to shop around and explore at the CF Pacific Center, THE shopping destination of the city.
Take advantage of your free time to grab a bite and explore the village of Whistler, the center of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games;
Get carried away on your hunter and gatherer themed tour of the Squamish communities and the Lil'wat people at the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Center;
Admire the forests, lakes and glaciers lying at your feet by taking the Peak 2 Peak gondola, the record holder in the Guinness Book of Records for the longest and highest lift, connecting the summits of Whistler and Blackcomb.