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Shore Excursion Compliant
Private Tour Guide
Explore the best of Vancouver botanical gardens and museum with a Local Guide. This private tour is perfect for guests who wants to see and enjoy beautiful and exotic colours of the seasons, and learn local culture, in luxury, and comfort.
You will visit the Van Dusen Botanical Garden, Nitobe Memorial Garden, the Museum of Anthropology, and Queen Elizabeth Park. Enjoy and experience the colours of the seasons – spring, summer fall, and winter.
Canada Place, the Convention Centres, the Jack Poole Plaza, the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, and scenic views of the North Shore.
The most famous and iconic building in Vancouver.
Enjoy the best of North Vancouver with a local guide.
Discover nature and enjoy outdoor adventures in Deep Cove, Indian Arm, a 10, 000 year-old fiord formed during the last Ice Age; experience thrills at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Cliffwalk, and Treetop Adventure; enjoy spectacular views of the Twin Peaks, on the North Shore Mountains; view an impressive spillway of Cleveland Dam, and visit the Interpretive Centre at the Capilano Salmon Hatchery.
This is an excellent excursion for history buffs, movie goers, and wine lovers.
You will visit the Fraser Valley, tour the largest and the oldest vineyard, taste wines, enjoy delicious waffles, and berry wines in a berry farm. At Fort Langley, immerse in memories of the Hudson’s Bay Company’s old days, fur traders, gold prospectors, First Nations interpreters telling century-old tales. In the fort, feel the blast of the musket fire, and pan for gold dust dreams. Experience the atmosphere of quaint little shops, and learn about its history. Get to know Hollywood movies locations – Riverdale, Supernatural, Once Upon A Time, Timeless, and Garage Sales Mysteries. Imagine yourself in London’s Abbey Road, where the Beatles were photographed for its album cover – the crosswalk outside Abbey Road Studios.
Enjoy the best of Victoria with a local guide.
Visit the Garden City and the Butchard Gardens in private luxury, and at a leisurely pace. Enjoy a 90 minute ferry ride through the spectacular Gulf Islands, be amazed by the beauty of Butchard Gardens, explore, discover, and learn Victoria’s history, and its places of interest, the BC Legislative Building, Empress Hotel, Chinatown, and Craigdarroch Castle.
(Note: This private tour is subject to availability of reserved ferry spot to Victoria and return).
The largest and most beautiful urban park in North America – Vancouver’s crown jewel. You’ll get a magnificent overhead view of the majestic Lions Gate Bridge, Burrard Inlet, and the North Shore; visit a hollow tree big enough to drive a car through; and also drive through a temperate rain forest in an urban setting.
Stunning views of the ocean and its surrounding beach area, including False Creek, and the spot for the international Honda Celebration of Light.
This tour is perfect if you love nature, spectacular physical landscape sceneries, the ocean, majestic mountains, and small alpine village charm.
Enjoy a scenic ride on the spectacular Sea to Sky Highway to Whistler in the highlands of the Coast Mountains. Along the way, cross the Stanley Park Causeway, pass the historical Britannia Mine Museum, the Shannon Falls, the steep cliffs of Squamish, and the Brandywine Falls. At Brackendale, you are in bald eagle country, home to one of North America’s largest congregations of wintering bald eagles. At Whistler, explore at your pace, free and easy. Ride the Peak2Peak gondola or bungee dive if you wish. Stop at the Tantalus Mountain Range viewpoint on the return trip to Vancouver. At Squamish, imagine and pinpoint the “Broom-riding Witch”
Enjoy a scenic ride on the spectacular Sea to Sky Highway, stop by the Whistler Wilderness, at the Cheakamus River gorge to experience the adrenalin pumping sports of Bungee Diving – definitely not for the faint hearted, and finally to the resort of Whistler. Along the way, you’ll cross the Stanley Park Causeway, pass the historical Britannia Mine Museum, the Shannon Falls Provincial Park, the steep cliffs of Squamish, and the Brandywine Falls Provincial Park. At Whistler, explore at your pace, free and easy. Ride the Peak2Peak gondola.
This is an excellent excursion for movie goers, history buffs, and marine animal lovers, eager to visit a historic, quaint seaside fishing village, and walk in the footsteps of “Once Upon A Time” Storybrooke stars, such as Robert Carlyle (Rumpelstiltskin), Jennifer Morrison (Emma Swan), and Lana Parrilla (Regina Mills).
The tour will take you to historic Steveston, a fishing village by the coast of the Straits of Georgia. You start the tour with a whale watching adventure, in the Gulf Islands and the Straits of Georgia. You will walk Hollywood’s Storybrooke film locations, including the shops, museums, cannery in the village, and enjoy a scenic ride along the shoreline. Treat yourself to some of the best and freshest seafood in Metro Vancouver.
This tour will take you to historic Steveston, a fishing village by the coast of the Straits of Georgia. You start the tour with a walk of Hollywood’s Storybrooke film locations, including the shops, museums, cannery in the village, and enjoy a scenic drive along the Fraser River dyke. Treat yourself to some of the best and freshest seafood in Metro Vancouver. You will visit the Storybrooke film locations in the village, including the Storybrooke Post Office, Granny’s Diner, Storybrooke Cannery, Standard Clocks, Storybrooke Bread Country, and Storybrooke Fish & Chips. Explore other quaint shops, bakeries, and museums including Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site and London Heritage Farm
Reminiscence of a Canadian Pacific railway yard, home to Train 374, the train that transformed Vancouver from a backwater city to a trade gateway between North America, Asia, and Europe .
Marvel at the immense library building that resembles a Roman coliseum.
This is an excellent excursion for beer lovers, eager to visit beer breweries, learn about beer brewing processes, sample the frothy goodness, and enjoy good company. All year round.
The tour will take you into the suburbs of Vancouver, to Port Moody. At Brewers Row, you will visit 4 craft beer breweries, tour, and enjoy your “flight” of beers. At least 50 “destination” of beers to choose from – ale, cider, pilsner, hefeweizen, lager, and stout.
You will visit Moody Ales, Parkside Brewery, Yellow Dog, and Twin Sails Brewing. You will learn each of their unique brewing process, sample and taste plenty of frothy goodness, relax with your fellow beer lovers and locals. Start a conversation. Enjoy fine dining by the waterfront or fast food on wheels if you like.
In between the tastings, you will also visit a museum; walk around and explore Rocky Point’s garden and jetty, with its beautiful waterfront; and spot harbour seals and ospreys.
Enjoy the best of Vancouver Christmas Festival of Lights with a local guide.
Vancouver Christmas Festival of Lights is for visitors who wants to experience the Christmas spirit and joy during the winter, see the colourful decorations and events of the season. You will visit Stanley Park, Van Dusen Garden, False Creek, and Downtown Vancouver. There will be stops along the route, to enjoy, experience, and to take photographs. It is perfect for everyone. Honeymooners, families, children, and seniors.
Venue of the famous annual dragon boat race.
Venue of the famous annual dragon boat race.
Shanghai Alley, the Sam Kee Building, Kuomintang Building, historic, intriguing, fascinating, the 2nd largest Chinatown in North America, after San Francisco.
Our Signature Explorer van.