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Vancouver Tour Including Capilano Suspension Bridge

Highlights
  • Coach tour visits Vancouver and the North Shore
  • Get an overview of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods
  • Tour Stanley Park’s highest point for great views of Vancouver
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Vancouver Tour Including Capilano Suspension Bridge
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Vancouver Tour Including Capilano Suspension Bridge
US$102.95
Overview

Explore Vancouver, the North Shore, and Capilano Suspension Bridge on a full-day coach tour that takes in some of the city’s top sites. Leave the navigation to someone else as you see Stanley Park’s traditional totem poles, visit key neighborhoods, and cross a massive suspension bridge through the rainforest. With a mix of guided experiences and free time, this tour makes a great orientation for first-time visitors.

What to Expect
Get picked up at your hotel in downtown Vancouver or at the Vancouver airport, then board a comfortable coach for a day of exploration. The first stop is Stanley Park, where you’ll see Prospect Point and a collection of 9 First Nation totem poles.

Next, head to Granville Island to check out the art studios, craft shops, and public market, and discover panoramic views of the city from Vancouver Lookout in Harbour Centre Tower. Drive through Chinatown, historic Gastown, and stylish Robson Street, then cross the Lions Gate Bridge to Vancouver’s North Shore, an area shaded by temperate rainforest.

Enjoy great views of the forest as you cross Capilano Suspension Bridge and a series of suspended walkways before heading to Capilano Fish Hatchery to learn about the life cycle of salmon. The day concludes with drop-off at your original departure point.
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Wonderful tour. Alex fantastic!

We did the Vancouver Delights with Capilano Suspension Bridge. Also the Salmon Hatchery and Vancouver Lookout. It was a long, informative, very full day. Our guide/driver was Alex who made our tour. Alex was a fountain of knowledge who looked after everyone in our Sprinter...More

Thank HJMH1
Reviewed 1 week ago
Can't Go Wrong with Landsea Seven Hour Tour

With only two days in Vancouver prior to our cruise and several tours to choose from was a little troublesome. We picked Landsea based on the reviews and since it was pretty much all day (7 hrs). We were glad we did. Jason was an...More

Thank OldWes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
An Amazing Taste of Vancouver When You Have Just One Day

I cannot rave enough about Landsea Tours. They completely solved my problem of wanting to experience Vancouver in the limited time that my husband and I had between our Alaskan cruise and our weekend in Victoria. Our tour guide, Rene, was Wonderful from beginning to...More

1  Thank awsupermom
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Capilano Suspension Bridge

The Vancouver City tour was a great way to see the City; but the Capilano Suspension Bridge was the highlight of this tour. Just bring your camera and expect to talk about this for along time afterwards - it’s worth the money - trust me!

Thank Phillip E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Wonderful tour

We got so much into our day through this tour we went from city to wilderness in a matter of minutes. I particularly enjoyed Stanley Park. Our tour guide, Eddy, was terrific, funny, knowledgeable and he did a great job making sure we didn't wait...More

Thank Ellen Beth G
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Maree V
August 17, 2018|
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Response from kred701 | Reviewed this property |
I would imagine so , their weather is temperate with an average of 40's in the winter. I am not certain
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Mark M
July 31, 2018|
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Response from kathy p | Reviewed this property |
We were not able to disembark and take a photo of the steam clock. Unfortunately is was a quick drive by.
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Janeen M
July 25, 2018|
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Response from mcmurphy1018 | Reviewed this property |
Well if I lived in Vancouver maybe! Hahaha! Unfortunately I do not. Have a great trip and there are tons of ways to get to your hotel, then walk over to the Port, take a ferry across the water to get to the Bridge/Park!
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