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Tourism Experiences to Overcome Your Fears

One of the best parts of Halloween is a good old-fashioned scare. While haunted houses, ghostly tours, and Halloween themed attractions might be seasonal, we know a few experiences that will scare you all year round. For our Halloween themed post, we’re going to be focusing on a few of the scariest tourism experiences in […]

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Autumn Hikes Around Vancouver

Written By: Ryan Village As summer winds to an end here in Vancouver, we welcome back the cool breeze of autumn and prepare for the snows of winter. Even though the sunshine may not be appearing as much around Vancouver, autumn is the perfect time to explore the many trails and parks surrounding the city […]

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Summer in Review

With the days already growing shorter, the colour of the leaves starting to change and crops reaching their harvest point, Vancouver is ready for the fall season. Since next Friday is the first day of Autumn, why not reminisce on everything that happened this past summer in BC. Honda Celebration of Lights Watching the magnificent […]

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History of the Nine O’Clock Gun

Credit: Graham Cox Not far from the Georgia Street entrance of Vancouver’s Stanley Park rests the famous Nine O’Clock Gun. One of the city’s older monuments, this gun has watched Vancouver expand into the metropolis it is today.  Unlike so many landmarks that reach a point where they shift from an active member of the […]

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Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs – Exhibit Review

Credit: Royal BC Museum Ancient Egypt has always enthralled the world with its mysteries. So when the Royal BC Museum announced its latest feature exhibit, it was easy to see why people began planning their next trip to Victoria. Given the enchanting title of, “Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs,” visitors have the chance to explore […]

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Afternoon Tea in Vancouver

Credit: Neverland Tea Salon Afternoon tea has always been a fun way to experience an iconic British tradition. With a variety of teas and unique locations available, many different hotels, cafes, and salons offer their own versions of this popular activity. Additionally, it’s a social opportunity that doesn’t leave you feeling rushed. I think that’s […]

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One Day | $45 CDN

  • Cruise-season
  • Fall-winter
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Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour

A premium version of the traditional service, hop aboard sleek double-decker buses with live English commentary. Hop on and off as much as you would like as you explore Vancouver’s distinct neighbourhoods such as Chinatown, Gastown, Stanley Park. Choose from ONE or TWO-Day passes, your adventure awaits.

7.5 Hrs. | $140 CDN

  • Fall-winter
  • Spring-summer

Sea to Sky Tour

Escape into BC’s rugged wilderness with this full-day excursion. Stop at the quaint seaside village of Horseshoe Bay, feel the mist from the awe-inspiring Shannon Falls, take the Sea to Sky Gondola up Habrich mountain and take a train ride into the past at the Britannia Mine Museum.

5 Hrs. | $175 CDN

  • Fall-winter
  • Spring-summer

Peak & Canyon Tour

We’ll show you our backyard with this North Shore Tour that includes the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and Grouse Mountain. Cross the suspension bridge not once but twice (yes, you read that right) before taking the Skyride to the Peak of Vancouver for breathtaking views of the city and beyond.