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POINTS OF INTEREST

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POINTS OF INTEREST

At Landsea Tours, we travel to five incredible destinations, so there’s a lot to see and do. We’ve made it simple by highlighting some of the most popular and memorable points of interest included in our tours. All you have to do is select a region and start planning!

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Stanley Park – Totem Poles

The Stanley Park Totem Poles, situated near the entrance to the park, depict the stories and legends of the various Indigenous groups across Canada. All original and some dating back to the 1880s; keep an eye out for what each carving represents.

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Stanley Park – Prospect Point

The highest point in Stanley Park offers an up-close platform for views of the Lions Gate Bridge, North Shore Mountains, and Burrard Inlet. Look to the water and watch the boats come and go from the days’ adventure.

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English Bay

Check out one of Vancouver’s most popular beaches with palm trees, art installations and a casual atmosphere along English Bay. Situated at the base of Denman street, it just happens to be the perfect picnic spot.

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Granville Island

Granville Island is home to various local artisan boutiques, galleries and cafes. Walk along the boardwalk, enjoy performances by local buskers and visit the famous Public Market to sample baked treats, fresh produce, and local delights.

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Gastown Neighbourhood

Gastown, Vancouver’s original downtown core, is a neighbourhood full of memories from days gone by with its picturesque cobblestone streets. With a mix of boutiques, bars, pubs and restaurants, there is always something happening in this part of town.

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Yaletown Neighbourhood

The warehouse district of Yaletown is where you’ll find narrow streets lined with trendy bars and shops. Situated across the water from Granville Island, you get a great view of False Creek.

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Chinatown Neighbourhood

Originally home to Chinese immigrants who helped construct the Canadian Pacific Railroad, Chinatown continues to be a vibrant community in Vancouver while holding on to the culture that makes it unique.

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Canada Place

Canada Place, Vancouver’s cruise ship terminal, can be identified by its iconic five white sails. Here you can enjoy the mountains, ocean air and marvel at the famous Olympic cauldron.

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Vancouver Seawall

Whether you’re walking, cycling, running or rollerblading, you can follow this pathway around Stanley Park and beyond. Both a local and tourist favourite with the iconic Girl in a Wetsuit statue, 9 o’clock gun and more.

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Capilano Salmon Hatchery

The Capilano Salmon Hatchery showcases the incredible journey of the Pacific Salmon and conservation efforts. Keep your eyes on the water since, depending on the time of year, you may see adult fish making their way home.

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Horseshoe Bay

A short drive from downtown Vancouver is the hidden seaside community of Horseshoe Bay. This picturesque town is the perfect stop for a coffee or snack and a beautiful walk along the shoreline.

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Shannon Falls Provincial Park

Shannon Falls, BC’s third-highest waterfall, will leave you amazed at the power and natural beauty of nature. Close your eyes and feel the mist as the water thunders down into the creek below.

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Sea to Sky Highway

Voted one of the top ten most scenic drives in Canada, the Sea to Sky Highway takes you along a glacial fjord. Spectacular views await as you make your way north.

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Whistler Village

Whistler Village is your base for all nature-based adventures. Venture off on one of the many tours or activities or stroll the pedestrian-only, chalet-style village exploring the many restaurants and shops.

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Victoria Inner Harbour

Victoria’s Inner Harbour is a picture-perfect setting. With architectural masterpieces lining the streets, you’ll fall in love with the historic, Victorian-era architecture as you wander through quaint shops and cafes.

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Victoria Chinatown

Victoria’s Chinatown is the second oldest in North America. Here you can visit Fan Tan Alley, the narrowest commercial street in Canada and delve into the rich history of the area.

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Butchart Gardens

The world-famous Butchart Gardens should be on everyone’s must-see list. You don’t need to be passionate about horticulture to enjoy this truly inspiring sight. From the Sunken Garden to the Japanese Gardens, be sure to take it all in.

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Brentwood Bay

Situated on the Saanich Inlet, Brentwood Bay is a peaceful, scenic town with its charming waterfront setting. It is home to the Butchart Gardens, Butterfly Gardens and a BC Ferries dock.