Vancouver City & Capilano Bridge Tour

If you really want to understand the magic of Vancouver with its blend of sophisticated urban living and a magnificent natural environment, this is the tour to take. It includes Vancouver city highlights and the North Shore, including the world famous 450 foot Capilano Suspension Bridge.

Departure Time

April 1-September 30, 2015: 11:30 AM
30 minutes earlier from Richmond Hotels

Price – In Canadian Dollars

Includes hotel pick up and drop off, 5 hour tour, tax, admission to the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park
Adult: $101
Child 4-11: $55
Child under 3: Free

Book Tour or Email us or call 604-990-9299 or 1-800-913-9207 for more information and reservations.

Highlights

* Canada Place: Home of Vancouver Convention Centre and Cruise Ship Terminal
* Stanley Park: With stops at the Totem Poles and Prospect Point
* Lions Gate Bridge: Historic Link between the North Shore and downtown Vancouver
* Capilano Suspension Bridge, Cliff Walk, Tree Top Adventure
* Granville Island: Public market, marinas, galleries and more
* Chinatown: 2nd largest in North America
* Gastown: Historic Vancouver and the world famous Steam Clock

Stanley Park: One of the largest urban parks in North America, Stanley Park is 1000 acres of rain forest, beaches, gardens bordering downtown Vancouver. You’ll wander among totem poles and see Burrard Inlet and the North Shore Mountains at Prospect Point. Unlike other large urban parks, Stanley Park is very natural and gives the wonderful feeling of wilderness in an otherwise urban environment.

Chinatown: Looking for paper lanterns, pottery, a bamboo back scratcher, Chinese herbs or other exotic gifts? Vancouver’s Chinatown, the second largest in North America, won’t disappoint you. It’s like a shortcut to China.

Gastown: Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood, famous for its cobblestone streets, steam clock, and quaint shops. Gastown was Vancouver’s first downtown core and is named after “Gassy” Jack Deighton, a British seaman, steamboat captain and barkeep who arrived in 1867 to open the area’s first saloon.

Canada Place: See Canada Place, home to the cruise ship terminal and the Vancouver convention centre.

Robson Street: Robson Street is Vancouver’s most famous shopping street. It’s famous for upscale clothing and shoe stores, restaurants, gifts and souvenirs, hair salons and candy stores.Its name honors John Robson, a major figure in British Columbia’s entry into the Canadian Confederation, and Premier of the province from 1889 to 1892.

Capilano Suspension Bridge: Often voted the best attraction in BC, the Capilano Suspension Bridge has, along with its 450 foot suspension bridge over Capilano Canyon, a Cliff Walk and Tree Top adventures, totem poles, a snack bar, gift shop and history centre.The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers a wonderful walk in a typical British Columbia rain forest. You’ll be here for 90 minutes.

Granville Island: Once an industrial area, Granville Island was redeveloped in the 1970s and the result is a mecca for tourists and locals alike. Browse through the public market, kids market, marina, art studios and galleries, Emily Carr University of Art and Design and many specialty shops. You’ll have time for a meal or snack at the international food court. You’ll stop for lunch at Granville Island. You’ll be here for 60 minutes.

Book Tour or Email us or call 604-990-9299 or 1-800-913-9207 for more information and reservations.