Private Vancouver Compact City Tour by Land and Water

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Experience the best of Vancouver's stunning natural beauty and urban charm on a Private Compact City Tour by Land and Water. This unique tour combines a scenic drive through the city's most iconic landmarks, neighborhoods, and hidden gems, with a relaxing boat cruise along the picturesque False Creek waterway. Led by a knowledgeable and friendly guide, you'll discover the rich history, culture, and diversity of Vancouver, while enjoying stunning views of the mountains, sea, and skyline. Perfect for families, couples, or small groups looking for an immersive and personalized way to explore Vancouver, this private tour is the ultimate way to discover the city's hidden treasures in style and comfort.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Canada Place

Canada Place is an iconic landmark and venue for world-class events and inspirationally Canadian experiences, located in the heart of Vancouver’s waterfront. Canada Place is home port to the Vancouver-Alaska cruises and houses Vancouver Convention Centre East, Pan Pacific Hotel, FlyOver Canada, World Trade Centre, and Westpark.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Granville Island

Granville Island is a peninsula and shopping district in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is located across False Creek from Downtown Vancouver under the south end of the Granville Street Bridge.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Gastown

Lively Gastown is known for its whistling Steam Clock and mix of souvenir shops, indie art galleries and decor stores in Victorian buildings. A trendy food and drink scene includes chic cocktail lounges and restaurants serving everything from gourmet sandwiches to local seafood. Hip eateries also dot the neighboring Downtown Eastside area, while the up-and-coming Railtown district is home to edgy fashion studios. ―

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park is a 130-acre municipal park located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is located on top of Little Mountain and is the location of former basalt quarries that were dug in the beginning of the twentieth century to provide material for roads in the city.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Stanley Park

Stanley Park is a 405-hectare public park that borders the downtown of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada, and is mostly surrounded by waters of Burrard Inlet and English Bay. The park has a long history and was one of the first areas to be explored in the city

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Steam Clock

A working steam clock, one of only a few in the world, located in Vancouver's Victorian Gastown. The clock is a key tourists destination in Vancouver. It’s also the near the start and a finish line of the Gastown Grand Prix, a single-day cycling race.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Prospect Point Lookout

Prospect Point is the highest point in Stanley Park and offers panoramic views of the park and the city. It's a popular spot for tourists to take photos and enjoy the scenery.

Duration: 20 minutes

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The totem poles in Stanley Park are one of the park's most iconic landmarks. There are nine totem poles in the park, each representing a different First Nations tribe. The totem poles were originally created in the 1920s as a way to showcase Indigenous art and culture.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Brockton Point Lighthouse

The Brockton Point Lighthouse is a popular spot for tourists to take photos. The lighthouse was built in 1914 and is still operational today. It's located at the eastern end of Stanley Park and offers stunning views of the city and the harbor

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Robson Street

Robson Street was one of the first streets in Vancouver, and was named in honour of John Robson, Premier of British Columbia from 1889-1892. Its commercial traditions date from 1895 when train tracks were laid along Robson Street to Jervis St. A wide variety of small specialized shops sprang up to serve Vancouver’s rapidly growing population, and Robson become a street of best homes and social activities.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Girl In A Wetsuit

The Girl in a Wetsuit Statue is a bronze statue located near the Stanley Park Seawall. The statue depicts a woman in a wetsuit sitting on a rock and gazing out at the water. It's a popular spot for taking photos and enjoying the scenic views.

Stop At: False Creek

Come take a cruise through the scenic urban waters of False Creek, with False Creek’s original ferry company. Offering friendly service and comfortable vessels, and the most routes and destinations in the area, False Creek Ferries is Vancouver’s favourite little ferry company.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: David Lam Park

You can take a quick stop at the David lam park ferry dock if you wish . David Lam Park is a little under a dozen acres in size. It’s located along False Creek at 1300 Pacific Boulevard next to Yaletown about halfway between the Granville Street and Cambie Street bridges. It’s one of the most notable parks in downtown Vancouver.

Duration: 10 minutes

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You can take a quick stop at the Yaletown ferry dock if you wish. Yaletown was once the Western terminus for the Canadian Pacific Railway, but the area’s more recent reinvention dates back to 1986 when the waterfront along the north of False Creek was host to many of the venues when Vancouver hosted the World’s Fair. Since then that land, along with the warehouse district adjoining it have been transformed into one of the city’s chicest neighbourhoods, filled with residential loft spaces, sidewalk cafes, cool restaurants, unique shopping, and leafy parks. Sitting along the south side of the downtown Vancouver peninsula, Yaletown is bordered by Homer Street, Robson Street and False Creek.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By:

An Inukshuk in Vancouver Canada is an Inuit sculpture used for navigational purposes. It appears as an abstract human form with outstretched arms.

Pass By: A-maze-ing Laughter

As a Halifax native with an affinity to Canada’s coastline, the A-maz-ing Laughter sculptures at English Bay have become a choice destination after relocating to Vancouver. They are a reminder to me to never take life to seriously, and always create room for laughter.

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The Rose Garden is a beautiful garden within Stanley Park that features over 3,500 rose bushes. It's a popular spot for taking photos and enjoying the colorful flowers.

Duration: 10 minutes
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