|LocationVancouver, Canada||Duration6 hours 30 minutes||Per Person View price|
On a full-day sightseeing tour of Vancouver's major attractions, you can Explore Vancouver's Stunning Landmarks, Capilano Bridge & Vancouver Lookout and experience the best that the city has to offer.
Along with visits to the Vancouver Lookout, Capilano Suspension Bridge, and Brockton Point Totem Pole, your day will likely involve strolls through well-known neighbourhoods including Gastown, Chinatown, and Granville Island. Your guide will teach you about the history and cultural diversity of the city as you explore.
The unique stories each area has to tell make them all beautiful. Since Gastown was Vancouver's original downtown, it is not any different. You can find everything here, along the cobblestone lanes and some of the oldest architecture in downtown, from your local pub to fine dining.
The Millennium Gate and the red lampposts along the streets are obvious signs that you have arrived in this historically rich neighbourhood, which is also home to the first Chinese garden outside of China and an abundance of dining alternatives.
Reaching greater heights is the central theme of The Vancouver Lookout. Located in the Harbour Centre Tower, observe as you ride a lift for forty seconds before leaving the earth below and rising towards the sky. From a height of 553 feet, take in the entire city.
The best spot to find that unique keepsake is on Granville Island. Explore the many bakeries and eateries in the area, as well as the Public Market, which is home to some of the island's most renowned sellers. Wander through the local artisan galleries.
The oldest tourist destination in Vancouver is the Capilano Suspension Bridge. This location draws visitors from all over the world since the original bridge was built in 1889 using cedar logs. The well-known suspension bridge is the primary attraction of this park. The iconic suspension bridge, which spans 230 feet (70 metres) above the Capilano River and is 1450 feet (137 metres) long, is the primary attraction of this park. The Tree Top Adventures will take you up amid the tree canopies where a series of platforms and smaller bridges will give you a higher perspective after you've successfully crossed the bridge and your heart is racing. Don't forget to enjoy a thrilling trek around a granite cliffside called the Cliffwalk.
The highest point in Stanley Park, Prospect Point, may be reached after a little ride around the park and through the old cedar trees. Visit the totem poles to discover more about Stanley Park's past inhabitants, the First Nations people.