Vancouver City Explorer Private Tour

Explore the best of Vancouver with a Local Guide.

This private tour is perfect for guests who wants to experience the highlights of Vancouver, the best the city has to offer, in luxury, and comfort.There will be stops along the route, to explore and to take photographs (photo ops).

You will visit, experience and enjoy beautiful parks, lush temperate rain forests, scenic mountain views, gorgeous waterfronts, a cultural hub, and historic neighbourhoods dating back to the 1850s.

It is accompanied by live commentaries in English on board.
* Duration: 6 hours
* Starts: Vancouver, Canada
* Trip Category: Private & Custom Tours >> Private Sightseeing Tours




Explore the best of Vancouver with a Local Guide.

This private tour is perfect for guests who wants to experience the highlights of Vancouver, the best the city has to offer, in luxury, and comfort.There will be stops along the route, to explore and to take photographs (photo ops).

You will visit, experience and enjoy beautiful parks, lush temperate rain forests, scenic mountain views, gorgeous waterfronts, a cultural hub, and historic neighbourhoods dating back to the 1850s.

It is accompanied by live commentaries in English on board.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Canada Place Building 780-999 Canada Pl, Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 3C1 Canada

Be enchanted by the beautiful views of the North Shore, the living roof of the Convention Centre, and Jack Poole Plaza, the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics

Pass By: Marine Building, 355 Burrard Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2G8 Canada

The most iconic building in Vancouver, famed for its beautiful art decor.

Pass By: Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby St, Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2H7 Canada

Home to a permanent collection of paintings of Emily Carr, and other famous painters and artists

Pass By: Robson Street, Robson Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

The earliest and busiest shopping street in Vancouver.

Stop At: Stanley Park Causeway, Vancouver, British Columbia V6G 1Z4 Canada

The most beautiful and largest urban park in North America. Visit the Rose Garden, Totem Poles, and Prospect Point.

Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: English Bay, 1795 Beach Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia V6G 1Y9 Canada

Be enchanted by this beautiful beach and waterfront, venue to the annual Polar Bear Swim, and International Festival of Lights.

Stop At: Queen Elizabeth Park, 4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Y 2M4 Canada

Enjoy a beautiful landscape garden in an old quarry in the city, located at the highest point in the city with a stunning view of the city and the North Shore. Visit the Bloedel Conservatory, a domed facility housing exotic tropical plants, birds and ecosystems.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Granville Island, Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3S3 Canada

A must visit cultural hotspot in Vancouver, previously an old manufacturing hub. Visit the Granville Island Market.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Pass By: Vancouver Public Library (Central Library Branch), 340 West Georgia St, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6B1 Canada

The largest public library in Vancouver, a building with architecture resembling the Roman Coliseum

Pass By: B.C. Place Stadium, 777 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 4Y8 Canada

The largest retractable roof stadium in the world. Home to the Vancouver Whitecaps and the BC Lions

Pass By: Rogers Arena, 800 Griffiths Way, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6G1 Canada

An ice hockey stadium, home to the Vancouver Canucks, ice hockey team. It was the venue for the ice hockey event during the 2010 Winter Olympics

Pass By: Vancouver ChinaTown, 106 Keefer St, Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 1X4 Canada

The largest Chinatown in Canada, and the second largest in North America. See the narrowest commercial building the Guinness Book of Record – 6 feet wide.

Pass By: Gastown, Waterfront between Granville and Main Sts. North of Hastings St., Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 2K7 Canada

This is where it all began for Vancouver, dating back to the 1850s. Named after John “Gassy Jack” Deighton, an Englishman from Hull, England. See the most photographed icon in Gastown, the Steam Clock