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6 Day Pacific Wine Country Cruise
From Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
To Los Angeles, California, USA
September 16 - 22, 2019

Pre-Cruise: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Day 3 September 14, 2019, Saturday
Vancouver City & Capilano Suspension Bridge

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VANCOUVER DELIGHTS TOUR

10am

YEAR ROUND

7 HRS

Approx., Fully Narrated

Adult $135 | Child $80

Price valid through to Apr 30, 2020

Tour, Admissions & Tax Included in Canadian Dollars

Please Note that the Granville Island Public Market is closed on Mondays in January.

Pick-up times are 60 minutes earlier at Richmond (Airport) hotels for the Vancouver Delights Tour.

Explore the urban elements of downtown Vancouver and immerse yourself in the wilderness of Vancouver's rugged North Shore. Combine the highlights of downtown Vancouver with a visit to the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and the Capilano Salmon Hatchery on our Vancouver Delights Tour.

Journey through the many different areas of Vancouver, including Chinatown and Gastown, the charming Vancouver Harbour, and scenic, ocean-side English Bay. Step off the bus in Stanley Park to visit the Totem Poles, as well as the stunning views of the Lions Gate Bridge at Prospect Point. Visit the famous farmer and artisan market at Granville Island and soak up the scenic 360-degree views of the skyline from the Vancouver Lookout's Observation Deck (admission included). Please note that the Public Market on Granville Island is closed on Dec 26th and all Mondays in January.

In addition to exploring downtown Vancouver, continue over the Lions Gate Bridge into the coastal temperate rainforest on Vancouver's North Shore. Learn about the lifecycle of the local salmon at the Capilano Salmon Hatchery. Finish your day of touring with a visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park for a heart-pounding walk across the suspension bridge spanning 137 metres (450 feet) across and 73 metres (230 feet) above the river. Discover the other features of the park that include Treetops Adventure and Cliffwalk.

Advised Clothing: We recommend that you dress in layers and bring comfortable walking shoes. Depending on the weather, you should consider bringing sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, gloves and a waterproof outer layer. We store all excess items on the vehicle while you're exploring.

Accessibility: You should prepare for a moderate level of walking. Some attractions feature unpaved pathways, rocky terrain, inclines, steps, and platforms. If you have any questions about accessibility for this tour please contact us.

We run our tours on comfortable mini-coaches seating up to 30 guests, offering great visibility. Each bus is detailed after every tour and equipped with heating & air-conditioning for your comfort. Our highly trained and award-winning Tour Guides provide full tour commentary conducted in English. Finally, hotel specific pick-up times are provided when reservations are confirmed.

If you have any questions, please contact our Guest Services Team at 604.255.7272, toll-free at 1.877.669.2277, or email reservations@vancouvertours.com.

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Tour Itinerary

Vancouver Delights Tour Details

Stanley Park - The crown jewel of our city. Stanley Park is a 1000-acre playground with stunning city views, mountain backdrops, and the salty smell of the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy a stop at the Totem Poles and see the iconic sails of Canada Place. Then drive on to Prospect Point, the highest part of the park. Marvel at views of the Lions Gate Bridge with a scenic background of the Coastal Mountain range.

English Bay - Drive out of the park and along one of the city's urban beaches, English Bay. Get a real sense of how fortunate the locals are with access to seaside walkways, astounding views and sandy beaches. Surprisingly, despite Vancouver being a temperate rainforest, palm trees continue to thrive in this area.

Gastown - Known as the heart of Vancouver, this is where it all started when Gassy Jack Deighton laid the foundation of this great west coast city (okay, he opened a saloon). See Maple Tree Square, Vancouver's oldest architecture, and the famous steam-powered clock.

Chinatown - Developed at the turn of the last century by Chinese immigrants who came to work during the gold rush and construct the railroad. Great restaurants, shopping, and interesting architecture (like the world's thinnest commercial building), all for your senses to feast upon.

Canada Place and Vancouver Harbour - Canada Place doubles as the city's terminal for Alaskan cruises while also as an icon of Vancouver Harbour.

Granville Island - This tiny peninsula features local food and great art. Spend time browsing artisan workshops and stop by the pier for views of the harbour. Visit the Granville Island Public Market to sample fresh produce and try local flavours. Not far from the city center, feel free to ask us about making this your drop off location at the end of your tour. Yaletown will be visited on Dec 26th while Granville Island is closed.

Vancouver Lookout - No tour of the city is complete without being able to see the entire city from above. Do it with 360-degree views while high atop one of Vancouver's tallest buildings.

The Capilano Suspension Bridge - While surrounded by the ancient towering trees of this temperate rainforest, explore the Story Centre chronicling the early history of the Bridge. Walk across one of the world's longest suspension footbridges to the overside of the canyon. Here, you can climb into the tree canopies to stroll a series of seven suspension bridges high among the 250 year old Douglas-firs. If you're feeling adventurous, then try Cliffwalk. This heart-stopping Cliffside journey takes you around the granite cliff face on suspended walkways above the Capilano River.

Want to spend longer exploring a particular area? We are happy to drop you off anywhere in the downtown or Richmond areas, even the airport! With some advance notice, we can bring your luggage along as well, once your tour is over.

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Landsea Tours

Automated Vancouver TransLink
Expo Line

Complimentary Hotel Pick-up
Pick-up from your downtown Vancouver or Richmond hotel

Our Tour Minibus


Stanley Park - Totem Poles
The the most visited attraction in British Columbia.




Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Cross this legendary attraction at 70 m (230 ft) high and 137 m (450 ft) long.


Capilano Park
Treetops Adventure

Cliffwalk

Capilano River Hatchery

Learn about the life cycle of the Pacific Salmon.

Lowden's Lookout
Prospect Point, Stanley Park

A lookout at the highest point in Stanley Park.


Indian Rock Monument

Granville Island




Vancouver Biennale Open Air Museum


Public Market & Railspur District


Lunch at Edible Canada

The wine we had with lunch.

The Drive Back To Downtown Vancouver



Indian ARtwork & Roundhouse Community Centre

Vancouver Lookout Viewing Deck
Top Of Vancouver Revolving Restaurant






Dena David At Dinner With Us






The wines we had with dinner at the
Top Of Vancouver Revolving Restaurant

Taking The Vancouver Transit
Back To Our Hotel

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