Vancouver City Highlights Explorer Private Tour

8 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Pickup Service
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 6 hr

Enjoy the personal service of a Vancouver guide as you explore the city’s highlights, from waterfront parks to cultural hotspots, historic neighborhoods, and top landmarks. With door-to-door transport in a climate-controlled, Mercedes Benz van, you can relax between stops in comfort. A private tour also means the flexibility to sightsee at your own pace, while checking out a handpicked list of 15 Vancouver points of interest. It is accompanied by live commentaries in English on board. - Private tour ensures personalized service. - Cover key sites in a single day of exploring. - Maximize your time in Vancouver with a guided experience. - Convenient pickup and drop-off at your hotel or cruise port

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Beautiful Vancouver Explorer Tour And Shuttle

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Canada Place

Waterfront views of North Shore

Pass By: Marine Building

Most famous building in Vancouver. Beautiful art decors.

Pass By: Vancouver Art Gallery

Home to permanent art collection of Emily Carr, and other beautful art works of famous painters

Pass By: Robson Street

The earliest and busiest shopping strip in Vancouver.

Stop At: Stanley Park

Visit the Rose Garden, Totem Poles, Prospect Point.

Duration: 2 hour

Pass By: English Bay

Be enchanted by this beautiful beach and waterfront area of Vancouver, venue for the annual Polar Bear Swim.

Stop At: Granville Island

A must visit historic and cultural spot of Vancouver. Visit the Granville Market Place.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Yaletown

Historic Yaletown - formerly a railway yard used by the Canadian Pacific Railway. See Train 374.

Pass By: Vancouver Public Library (Central Library Branch)

The largest public library in Vancouver, resembling the Roman coliseum.

Pass By: B.C. Place Stadium

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

Pass By: Rogers Arena

An ice hockey stadium, home to the Vancouver Canucks hockey team.

Pass By: Chinatown

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

Pass By: Gastown

This is where it all began for Vancouver, named after John "Gassy Jack" Deighton in the 1860s. See the Steam Clock, the most photographed item in Gastown.

Stop At: Queen Elizabeth Park

Visit the Quarry Gardens, Bloedel Observatory, water fountains, and beautiful view of the city centre and the North Shore.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By:

See the Museum of Vancouver, the Maritime Museum with its Yellow Submarine, the Gordon Macmillan Observatory.
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