Tour Options: Vancouver City Tour/Victoria City Tour or Whistler Ski Resort (425 km)
Today, guests will be able to choose from 4 options.
Option A: Vancouver City Tour
Today we will first take Fly Over Canada
and then have a city tour of Vancouver
that includes visits to Capilano Suspension Bridge, Cliffwalk, Queen Elizabeth Park, Gas Town, Chinatown, Stanley Park
Option B: Whistler Ski Resort
Today we will depart from Vancouver to Whistler, BC. Here, guests can ride the Peak 2 Peak Gondola or do some shopping in the newly-renovated Whistler Village. Our coach will transfer us back to Vancouver in the evening.
Option C: Victoria City Tour
Today we will depart for Vancouver Island by ferry. We will stop at the Butchart Gardens, Empress Hotel, Chinatown, the Legislative Buildings, Beacon Hill Park, and the Mile Zero Monument.
Option D: Free Day
This city in British Columbia is the most populated metro area in western Canada. This historic city grew from an 1867 settlement called "Gastown." Visitors can take a boat ride to nearby Victoria on Vancouver Island.
Fly Over Canada
It is the first and the only four-dimensional flight simulator project all over Canada. It will give you an unforgettable experience.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$33; Child (Over 12 yrs, over 102cm) C$23; Senior (Over 65 yrs) C$27; Junior (13-21 yrs) C$27
This breathtaking, 460-foot-long pedestrian suspension bridge takes guests through the treetops above the Capilano River in an eponymous park in North Vancouver. It has existed in some form since 1889, though it has been rebuilt several times.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$54; Child (6-12 yrs) C$17; Senior (Over 65 yrs) C$49; Junior (13-16 yrs) C$30
Queen Elizabeth Park
This park on Little Mountain in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is home to several botanical gardens, golf courses, tennis courts, and more. It sits on what was once a stone quarry that was instrumental in the Canadian railway's construction.
Named for seaman "Gassy" Jack Deighton, this historic district in Vancouver has a colorful history that culminates in its function today as a hub for technology and popular shopping and dining locale for tourists and locals alike.
Constructed for the 2010 Winter Olympics, Vancouver's Olympic Cauldron stands as a reminder of the legacy of those great games. Located by the Vancouver Convention Center, the cauldron is an interesting piece of architecture.
One of Vancouver's main tourist attractions and beloved by visitors and locals alike, this massive park on the western coast of Canada is not to be missed. Stanley Park was the first park in Vancouver, and remains the largest.
The Chinatown in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Canada's west coast, is the largest Chinatown in Canada. It is also a National Historic Site, and its many historical locations, shops, and eateries make it a popular destination for tourists.
This city on Vancouver Island in the central Pacific Ocean is the capital of British Columbia. It is home to many popular attractions, such as Beacon Hill Park, Butchart Gardens, the British Columbia Parliament Buildings, and more.
These world-famous floral gardens are located on a 55-acre estate on Vancouver Island's southeastern point in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. People from around the world have been coming to see the gardens for more than 100 years.
BC Parliament Buildings
The British Columbia Parliament Buildings are where the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia meet. They are located in Victoria, British Columbia, at the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Visitors can marvel at the Baroque architecture and sprawling lawns.
Beacon Hill Park
Beacon Hill Park, located in Victoria, British Columbia, contains hiking trails, a waterpark, two playgrounds, a petting zoo, and botanical gardens, among many other attractions. Loved by locals and tourists alike, the 200-acre park has something for everyone.
The oldest Chinatown in Canada is located on the Pacific coast of British Columbia in the city of Victoria. This artistic and cultural center has features such as its famous Chinese Gate, which is guarded by lion statues.
An area of southwestern Beacon Hill Park at Douglas Street in Victoria, British Columbia is the beginning of Canada's Number 1 Highway, which stretches the entire length of the country. A monument marks "mile zero" to visitors.
Whistler is a Canadian resort town in the southern Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Over two million visitors come to Whistler annually, primarily for alpine skiing and snowboarding and in summer, mountain biking at Whistler Blackcomb.
Sea to Sky Highway
The "Sea to Sky Highway" is the name given to the section of Highway 99 from Horseshoe Bay to Pemberton. From Horseshoe Bay, the highway travels along the coastline.
Peak 2 Peak Gondola
The Peak 2 Peak Gondola is a cable car that connects Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains at the Whister-Blackcomb Ski Resort in British Columbia, Canada. It hold the world record for longest span between towers for a cable car.
Due to low season Whistler P2P from now till Oct 14 only available on Sat & Sun. And it will be closed during Oct 15 - Nov 27, 2019 for annual maintenance.
Admission (Optional): Adult $53; Child (7-12 yrs) $26; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $47; Junior (13-18 yrs) $47
Whistler Ski Resort
The largest ski resort in North America is located about 75 miles north of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. Whistler Blackcomb sees more than two million visitors every year. In the summer, parts of it become a bike park.
Standard Hotel: Accent Inn Richmond / Hampton Inn Richmond / Ramada Inn Richmond or similar
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