As the local expert, let us help customise an unforgettable day that speaks to you. From land to sea to air and everything in between, we are able to coordinate a tour that all future tours will be measured against. Check out our pre-scheduled tour itineraries and let us know what features pique your interest, then let us help you organise your perfect custom itinerary. One of the many benefits with private tours is that you are able to amend the itinerary directly with your tour guide on the day of service!

Private Gardens Tour

Our Private Gardens Tour will take you to Vancouver’s most celebrated gardens. Visit them all, or customize your tour to see the gardens of your choice!

Visit Queen Elizabeth Park, a 130-acre municipal park where we will visit their beautiful sunken gardens, featuring a plethora of seasonal flowers. Within Queen Elizabeth Park, visit the Bloedel Floral Conservatory, the country’s first geodesic conservatory built in 1969. Perched on Vancouver’s highest point, the Bloedel Floral Conservatory’s enclosed tropical garden houses over 500 exotic plants and flowers and more than 200 free-flying tropical birds!

Another beautiful destination is the VanDusen Botanical Gardens. Opened in 1975, there are 55 acres of immaculately cared for gardens to admire. Special features in the garden include carved totem poles, large stone sculptures, and a Korean Pavilion at the edge of the Asian plant collection.

An additional feature of these gardens is the lovely Shaughnessy Restaurant. Located amidst picturesque garden vistas in the heart of the VanDusen Botanical Gardens, it is the perfect setting for lunch, after visiting the gardens!

If you are visiting during Christmas season, the VanDusen Botanical Gardens are beautifully decorated with festive lights.


Private Winery Tour

Enjoy a Private Winery Tour to the Langley Region, located on the outskirts of Vancouver. Relax and take in the sights and tastes as we visit three local wineries. There are many wineries to choose from, so we are able to customize this tour to suit your preferences.

Just outside of Vancouver, you will find the picturesque countryside of Langley. This lovely city offers quaint coffee bars, farm fresh delicatessens, elegant fine dining, and other delectable treats included world-renowned wineries that your taste buds are sure to enjoy.

Backyard Vineyards have been producing award-winning varietals, blended, and bubbly wines from 100% BC grapes grown on-site in their own vineyard and are complemented with fruit selected from the Fraser Valley and the South Okanagan. Let their vineyard be the perfect backdrop to enjoy their wines in the tasting room or under their lovely gazebo.

Chaberton Estate Winery offers wine tastings in their boutique tasting room. Enjoy varietal wines from their full selection of 100% BC VQA red and white wines made from grapes grown locally in their Fraser Valley vineyard as well as specially selected vineyards from the South Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys.

Visit Township 7 Vineyards & Winery and try exceptional and award-winning wines in their new cellar-style tasting room. Surrounded by a lush agricultural landscape and green vistas, this picturesque winery is the perfect setting for a wine tasting. Their vineyard is perfect for growing Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vines in the Champagne style.



Private Steveston Tour


Enjoy a Private Tour to historic Steveston Village, located 30-minutes south of the Vancouver International Airport.

Experience an active West Coast fishing community complete with pubs, museums, and a fish market. Steveston sits at the mouth of the Fraser River and was once the largest fishing port and cannery centre on the West Coast. In fact, at the turn of the last century, salmon-canning was so prevalent in Steveston that it was known as Salmonopolis!

The Gulf of Georgia Cannery, built in 1894 was once the largest plant in British Columbia and is now a National Historic Site operated by Parks Canada. The Cannery is no longer in operation, but it is sill home to the largest fleet of commercial fishing vessels on the British Columbia coast.

Enjoy some free time to take a relaxing stroll on the wooden, waterfront boardwalks or pick up a batch of local, freshly caught fish and other seafood directly from the fishing vessels themselves. A great lunch option would be fish and options from one of the many dining establishments located within Fisherman’s Wharf.

Steveston is also a popular filming location, and you may have seen this village on episodes of the X-Files, Supernatural, Stargate SG-1, Highlander: The Series, and Once Upon A Time.

Visit the Canada Berries Winery in Richmond where you can taste over 20 varieties of blended fruit wines. Specializing in blueberries grown on-site in their vineyard, Canada Berries Winery has created a vast collection of elegant blueberry wines. Taste fruit wines made from peaches, blackcurrants, rhubarb, gooseberries, blackberries, strawberries and more.



Private Vancouver Art Tour

Vancouver is home to a vibrant art scene. On a Private Vancouver Art Tour, you will visit two of our most popular galleries, as well as a beautiful classical Chinese garden.

Explore the Vancouver Art Galley, which offers the city’s top cultural experience. Wander through four floors of inspiring art treasures in one of Vancouver’s most iconic historic buildings.

The Vancouver Art Gallery is located in the former main courthouse in Vancouver. This neoclassical building was designed in 1905 by architect Francis Rattenbury, renowned for his design of the Empress Hotel and Parliament Buildings in Victoria, British Columbia.

See major works by some of the world’s leading contemporary artists and history’s greatest masters. The Vancouver Art Gallery is home to a permanent collection of over 10,000 artworks, featuring more than 200 major works by famous Canadian artists Emily Carr, the Group of Seven, and Jeff Wall, as well as international artists Marc Chagall and Henry Callahan.

Bill Reid, a First Nations artist from Haida Gwaii, was a master goldsmith, carver, sculptor, writer, and spokesman. You can find his carvings and statues all across the country, including Vancouver’s International Airport, the UBC Museum of Anthropology, and the Vancouver Aquarium. See his impressive works at the Bill Reid Art Gallery.

Find true balance with yin and yang in the beautiful Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Gardens that feature four main elements: rock, water, plants, and architecture. These gardens were the first of their kind outside of China and were built using traditional Chinese techniques and materials.



Private UBC Tour

Enjoy a Private Tour to the University of British Columbia. There are many attractions to see along the way, so we are able to customize this tour to suit your preferences.

Drive west through the Kitsilano neighbourhood, passing beautiful parks and stunning ocean views along the way. This scenic drive offers views of Vancouver’s sandy beaches, including Kitsilano Beach, Spanish Banks, and Jericho Beach.

The University of British Columbia (UBC) campus is located 30 minutes from the heart of downtown Vancouver and is more than 400 hectares in size! Surrounded by forest and the Pacific Ocean, the stunning campus is one of the most scenic locations in Vancouver.

Located on campus, the UBC Botanical Gardens were opened in 1916 and include over 8,000 different kinds of plants, spread across 110 acres. Features include the David C. Lam Asian Garden, an alpine garden, a native plants garden, a food garden and a physic (medicinal) garden.

Visit Canada’s largest teaching museum, the Museum of Anthropology while on campus. This museum contains a diverse ethnographic collection, including beautiful artwork by First Nations artist Bill Reid, local works from Haida Gwaii, and several large Musqueam artifacts from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. About 40% of the museum’s collection is from Asia however, you will find works from all over the world, including Africa and the South Pacific.

UBC is located within the Pacific Spirit Regional Park (874 hectares), which contains more than 73 kilometres (45 miles) of walking and hiking trails, of which 50 kilometres (31 miles) are available for cycling and horseback riding.

The campus’s peaceful forest setting is filled with awe-inspiring ocean views. This area of the city is not to be missed.