The Vancouver area is surrounded by some of the most stunning natural beauty in the world: mountains, ocean, rainforest, parks and beaches. This is a city like no other! With endless options for activities, sights and attractions, Vancouver is a city that begs to be explored. By coach or minibus, horse-drawn carriage or helicopter, bicycle or on foot.
Go on a brewery tour and journey through Vanocuvers’ best craft breweries, go behind the scenes, enjoy VIP access, learn the story of each brewery and most importantly, enjoy the beers you love with friends, new and old!
There’s nothing like seeing beautiful Vancouver from the water. Discover our stunning city with a boat tour through False Creek, English Bay and The Indian Arm.
Discover the history and uniqueness of Vancouver. Tour downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park, Gastown, Yaletown, Chinatown, and Granville Island Public Market. Experience that special vibe that makes this city one of the most cosmopolitan places in the world.
t’s like dining in a restaurant which looks out onto all of Vancouver’s finest views. Enjoy a leisurely cruise past the downtown skyline, the cruise ship terminal of Canada Place, the Mountains of the North Shore, Stanley Park and more.
Experience a guided hiking tour of the North Shore mountains. Whether you’re looking for a full day exploring the wilderness outside Vancouver, or a half day intro to backcountry hiking , you can find the perfect hike to suit you.
One of Canada’s most authentic west coast experiences! Seaplane and helicopter tours show off the best of Vancouver and beyond. Touring by seaplane is an incredible way to see where the city, the water and the mountains meet.
Vancouver boasts a network of over 320 km of bike lanes. This network includes the longest uninterrupted waterfront bike path in the world, the Vancouver seawall. Take a bike tour and hear about the city’s history, its current green initiatives and the stories that only a local could provide.
From March to October each year, thousands of whales migrate through the waters near Vancouver, making it one of the world’s best locations for whale watching. A number of tour operators offer whale watching expeditions around the Gulf and San Juan islands, so you can spot pods of whales from a high-speed zodiac, fully-equipped cruiser, kayak or seaplane.