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Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour

Landsea Tours & Adventures is thrilled to announce our newest product: the Hop-On, Hop-Off Vancouver Tour! A premium version of the traditional service, our tour celebrates Vancouver’s unique neighbourhoods with stops focused on the downtown core and Stanley Park. Designed to showcase the distinct culture of each area, guests can uncover Vancouver’s highlights such as Gastown, Chinatown, Canada Place, The West End, Yaletown and Davie Street.

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SERVICE FEATURES

Live English Narration

With Step-On Guide

Vancouver’s Only

Double-Decker Buses

Granville Island

Roundtrip Ferry Pass

1 or 2-Day Passes

Year Round

Load Control

Monitored Load Control

Seasonal

Top Highlights

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STOP 01

Waterfront

Take in the fresh ocean air at Canada Place and gaze beyond the harbour at the misty mountains.

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Stop 05

Prospect Point

See the iconic Lions Gate Bridge set against the mountainous backdrop of North Vancouver.

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Stop 07

West End

Hang out under the palm trees at English Bay, Vancouver’s very own urban beach.

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Stop 14

Gastown

The original heart of Vancouver, Gastown’s cobblestone streets are where it all began. 


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False Creek Ferries

Granville Island

Board the ferry at the Sunset Beach Stop #8 and set off for the short sailing to Granville Island to explore this artistic wonderland.

Hop-On, Hop-Off

Tour Rates

WINTER – October 15, 2019 – April 30, 2020 1-Day Cost
Adult13+ $45CDN
Child3-12 $25CDN
WINTER – October 15, 2019 – April 30, 2020 2-Day Cost
Adult13+ $55CDN
Child3-12 $35CDN
SUMMER: May 1, 2020 – September 30, 2021 1-Day Cost
Adult13+ $55CDN
Child3-12 $25CDN
SUMMER: May 1, 2020 – September 30, 2021 2-Day Cost
Adult13+ $65CDN
Child3-12 $35CDN

Tour & Taxes included and listed in Canadian Dollars.

 
Blackout Dates: May 3, June 21, 28, July 1, August 2, December 6 & 24, 25, 2020
January 1, February 9, April 18, 2021

Tour

ROUTE MAP

Hop on at any of our 15 central stops focused on the downtown core and Stanley Park. Designed to showcase the distinct culture of each area, stops highlight such areas as Gastown, Chinatown, Canada Place, The West End, Yaletown, and Davie Street.

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SCHEDULE

Winter (Today – Apr 30, 2020): First pick-up starts at 9:00am; Last drop off by 4:30pm

Summer (May 1 – Sept 30, 2020): First pick-up starts at 9:00am; Last drop off by 7:00pm

Cancellation Policy: In order to receive a full refund, passengers must notify Landsea Tours before 9:00am the day prior to their scheduled tour date. No refund will be provided for less than 24 hours notice.

Please Note: Schedule and route will be subject to change without notice.

Please Note

ROUTE INTERUPTIONS

Click on the route interuption days listed below to see our adjusted routing and schedule changes due to large events occurring in downtown Vancouver.


NOVEMBER 30, 2019: TEMPORARY ONE-DAY ROUTE CHANGE
Due to “CandyTown”, a holiday festival, Stop #10 – Yaletown will not be accessible.

Please board at Stop #08 – Sunset Beach or Stop #11 – Stadium District. All other regular stops will continue as scheduled.



DECEMBER 1, 2019: NON-OPERATING DAY
Due to road closures for the Vancouver Santa Claus Parade on Sunday December 1st, our Hop-On Hop-Off Tour will not be operating for this one-day.

Regular service will commence on Wednesday December 4th.

Need To Know

TOUR INFORMATION

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First Bus 9:00 am | Last Full Loop 2:34 pm | Last Bus 3:36 pm

STOP 01 – WATERFRONT

Take in the fresh ocean air at Canada Place and gaze beyond the harbour at the misty mountains. Vancouver’s cruise ship terminal and gateway to an Alaskan adventure is the picture-perfect spot for a quick photo opportunity.

Points of Interest:

  • Canada Place with the Iconic White Sails
  • Canadian Trail Highlighting Canada’s Provinces and Territories
  • Olympic Cauldron
  • FlyOver Canada
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First Bus 9:04 am | Last Full Loop 1:47 pm | Last Bus 3:42 pm

stop 02 – Coal Harbour

Nestled between the heart of downtown and the quaint residential community of Coal Harbour, lies the beginning of Vancouver’s seawall. Watch locals and visitors mingle as they walk along the picturesque harbour, stop at one of the neighbourhood cafes, pass the Olympic Cauldron or watch the seaplanes come and go.

Points of Interest:

  • Vancouver Seawall for Cyclists and Pedestrians
  • Watch the Floatplanes Take off at the Seaplane Terminal
  • Coal Harbour Residential Area
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First Bus 9:13 am | Last Full Loop 1:56 pm | Last Bus 3:52 pm

stop 03 – Robson Street

Being a favourite place to shop for locals, Robson Street has the perfect combination of stores and food options! With a range of luxury boutiques and high-end dining experiences to casual eats and crowd-pleasing stores, Robson Street is your go-to place. Ask your guide for their favourite spots to get lunch in one of the city’s most iconic locations.

Points of Interest:

  • Robson Street Dining and Shopping
  • Roedde House Museum, a Victoria Style Heritage Home
  • Luxury Shopping along Alberni Street
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First Bus 9:22 am | Last Full Loop 2:05 pm | Last Bus 4:03 pm

stop 04 – Park Pavilion

The Park Pavillion, located at the entrance to a natural paradise, Stanley Park, is one part of Vancouver’s 1001-acre playground. Home to amenities for locals and travellers alike with access to meticulous gardens, the Vancouver Aquarium run by Oceanwise and unique opportunities to learn about Indigenous culture.

Points of Interest:

  • Vancouver Aquarium
  • Indigenous Peoples Totem Poles
  • Rose and Shakespeare Gardens
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First Bus 9:30 am | Last Full Loop 2:05 pm | Last Bus 4:03 pm

stop 05 – Prospect Point

The highest point in Stanley Park naturally offers the best views of the Burrard Inlet. See the iconic Lions Gate Bridge set against the mountainous backdrop of North Vancouver. Enjoy a positively coastal sight and watch as ships pass under the bridge while seaplanes pass over it!

Points of Interest:

  • Prospect Point Viewing Area
  • Lions Gate Bridge
  • Trading Post Gift Shop & Café
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First Bus 9:36 am | Last Full Loop 2:19 pm | Last Bus 4:20 pm

stop 06 – Second Beach

Second Beach, our last stop in Stanley Park, is a popular choice for oceanside adventures. With a nearby playground for kids, this natural wonderland is the perfect spot to relax against one of the large logs on the sand or venture further into the park and take advantage of the picnic areas along the grassy fields or at Lost Lagoon.

Points of Interest:

  • Stanley Park Brewing Co. Tasting Room
  • Second Public Beach Pool
  • Beach & Playground Area
  • Lost Lagoon
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First Bus 9:41 am | Last Full Loop 2:24 pm | Last Bus 4:26 pm

stop 07 – West End

Hang out under the palm trees at English Bay, Vancouver’s very own urban beach. Revel in the relaxed atmosphere and public art in the West End. Take a walk along Denman Street and grab some take out to sample the global cuisine offered by the endless choice of restaurants or try a drink from one of the crowd-pleasing bars.

Points of Interest:

  • A-maze-ing Laughter Art Installation
  • English Bay Beach
  • Cultural Dining on Denman Street
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First Bus 9:46 am | Last Full Loop 1:29 pm | Last Bus 3:22 pm

stop 08 – Sunset Beach

Stroll along the golden sand of Sunset beach or take a short ride to Granville Island with the False Creek Ferries (included in price). Grab a souvenir from the many artisan restaurants, cafes, and galleries. Make sure to stop at the renowned Public Market and meet the local vendors selling the freshest produce, desserts and savoury treats.

Points of Interest:

  • Sunset Beach
  • Inuksuk Statue
  • False Creek Ferries
  • Granville Island
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First Bus 9:04 am | Last Full Loop 1:38 pm | Last Bus 3:32 pm

stop 09 – Burrard Central

Our Burrard Central stop allows you to explore the colourful Davie Street Village, home to Vancouver’s LGBTQ2+ community. Filled with the bright, rainbow crosswalks, Davie Street is all about living life to the fullest, and that means partaking in authentic cultural cuisine, visiting boutique stores and delighting in the diverse atmosphere.

Points of Interest:

  • Boutique Shopping and Dining along Davie Street
  • Rainbow Crosswalks Celebrating Vancouver’s Diversity
  • Granville Street Entertainment District
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First Bus 9:13 am | Last Full Loop 1:47 pm | Last Bus 3:43 pm

stop 10 – Yaletown

Yaletown is the warehouse district of Vancouver. Back in the day, Roundhouse Plaza was a spot for train engines to turn around for their return journeys after dropping their cargo off in Vancouver. Today, this neighbourhood is one of Vancouver’s trendiest with restaurants, cocktail lounges indie-style boutiques. Relax on the patio of one of the many contemporary bars in this modern district spotted with various historical architecture.

Points of Interest:

  • Roundhouse Turntable Plaza, Historic Plaza
  • Trendy Bars and Outdoor Patios on Hamilton Street
  • Engine 374, The First Transcontinental Passenger Train
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First Bus 9:20 am | Last Full Loop 1:55 pm | Last Bus 3:52 pm

stop 11 – Stadium District

Vancouver’s sports pride lives in the Stadium District. With Rogers Arena and BC Place Stadium playing host to a variety of events from hockey and soccer to concerts and comedy shows, there is always something happening here. Learn about BC’s sports history, the unique culture of the area and take notice of the architecturally impressive landmarks found within the nearby streets.

Points of Interest:

  • Rogers Arena
  • BC Place Stadium & Sports Hall of Fame
  • Vancouver Public Library and Square
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First Bus 9:29 am | Last Full Loop 2:03 pm | Last Bus 4:01 pm

stop 12 – Olympic Village

The False Creek neighbourhood, situated along the picturesque seawall, is home to the Olympic Village. Once the housing complexes for the athletes, experience this now bustling community, home to breweries and bakeries, and an active spot for boating enthusiasts. Kids and adults alike will also love this stop as they venture into the nearby interactive science museum.

Points of Interest:

  • TELUS World of Science
  • Former Athlete Housing in Olympic Village
  • Historic Pacific Central Station for Rail Passengers
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First Bus 9:34 am | Last Full Loop 2:03 pm | Last Bus 4:01 pm

stop 13 – Chinatown

Vancouver’s Chinatown continues to stand the test of time with a history dating back to the late 1800s. From vibrant buildings to authentic gardens, let the street’s bright red lamppost guide you through the Chinatown stop as you explore the start of Vancouver’s diversity and see how we’ve grown as a city.

Points of Interest:

  • Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Gardens
  • The Millennium Gates; Neighbourhood Landmark
  • Red Lamp Posts Decorating Chinatown’s Streets
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First Bus 9:43 am | Last Full Loop 2:17 pm | Last Bus 4:15 pm

stop 14 – Gastown

The original heart of Vancouver, Gastown’s cobblestone streets are where it all began. With the help of pioneers like John ‘Gassy Jack’ Dayton, this neighbourhood expanded into the modern city of Vancouver and is now a happening center for the arts, contemporary dining and boutique shopping options. Listen to the sound of the Gastown steam clock as it marks every quarter hour and hour.

Points of Interest:

  • Statue of infamous John ‘Gassy Jack’ Deighton
  • Gastown Steam Clock
  • Vancouver Lookout
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First Bus 9:49 am | Last Full Loop 2:24 pm | Last Bus 4:21 pm

stop 15 – City Centre

Step off the bus into the bustling streets of Vancouver at this aptly-named, centrally located stop. With a mix of modern and historic architecture along with the right combination of luxury shopping, upscale hotels and world-renowned art, there is much to see and do.

Points of Interest:

  • Vancouver Art Gallery
  • Pacific Centre Shopping Mall
  • Robson Square Courtyard
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Granville Island

Show your Hop On, Hop Off ticket to the False Creek Ferries’ captain for roundtrip transfers to Granville Island included in your tour. Board the ferry at the Sunset Beach Stop #8 and set off for the short sailing to Granville Island to explore this artistic wonderland.

Points of Interest:

  • Indoor Public Market
  • Artisan Stores, Unique Boutiques & Kids Market
  • Railspur Alley Specialty Shops
  • • Tour Operates Wednesday to Sunday, closed Mondays and Tuesdays (until April 30, 2020)
  • • Tickets must be purchased for a select tour date
  • • Choose either a 1 Day or 2 Day Pass.
    • • Please note: 2 Day Passes are valid for two consecutive days between Wednesday to Sunday, and are not available for purchase on Sundays.
  • • Board throughout the day at any of our 15 stop locations around the city
  • • Full tour loop is 2 hours and 15 minutes
  • • Pick-up frequency is approximately every 60 minutes
  • • Tour tickets include one complimentary roundtrip sailing to Granville Island with False Creek Ferries
  • • Tickets can be purchased day of from our onboard Step-On Guide or Sales Ambassadors (May to September only) who can assist with directions, information, attraction purchases
  • • Live Bus Mapping – Follow the tour buses on a live map to help plan your day
  • • Monitored load control
  • • Purchase tickets in advance in order to secure a seat onboard
  • 1. How Can I Pay for My Tour?
    Staff on the vehicle can accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Canadian dollars. Alternatively, you can also book online or call our Guest Services Team to book and pay for your tour.
  • 2. What’s the Cancellation Policy?
    To receive a full refund, guests must cancel at least 24 hours before their scheduled tour date. For cancellation received with less than 24 hours notice, no refund will be issued.
  • 3. How Does the False Creek Ferries Ticket Work?
    Your roundtrip ticket for the False Creek Ferries is included at no additional cost. Have your Hop On, Hop Off Ticket stamped by the False Creek Ferry staff at Stop #8 and at Granville Island to board the vessel.
  • 4. Is This Tour Accessible?
    Most of Vancouver is accessible to various mobility levels. However, Stanley Park does have unpaved pathways and inclines. English Bay and Sunset Beach also feature sandy areas. At this time, our vehicles are, unfortunately, not equipped with a wheelchair lift.
  • 5. How Do Last Full Loop/Last Buses Work?
    The Last Full Loop is the last bus to complete an entire tour loop from where you get on. The Last Bus refers to the final time the bus will stop at a particular stop during the day. Your tour will then end at either the Sunset Beach stop or Waterfront Station stop.
  • 6. Can I store my luggage onboard?
    Due to the nature of Hop On, Hop Off, we do not provide luggage storage or transfers for this tour. We do, however, have other great options for those who are unable to check into their hotel yet or have a late flight departure time.
  • 7. How do the One and Two Day Tickets Work?
    Guests can choose either a 1 Day or 2 Day Pass. Please note: 2 Day Passes are valid for two consecutive days.

If you have any other questions, please contact our Guest Services at 604.255.7272, toll-free at 1.877.669.2277, or email reservations@vancouvertours.com

Exclusive

PARTNER DISCOUNTS

Show your Landsea Hop-On, Hop-Off Ticket to any of the following restaurants to receive 10% off your order (excluding alcohol).

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STOP 04 – PARK PAVILION

Stanley’s Bar & Grill at The Pavilion

(610 Pipeline Road)

(604) 602-3088

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STOP 05 – PROSPECT POINT

Prospect Point Bar & Grill

5601 Stanley Park Drive

(604) 669-2737

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STOP 11 – STADIUM DISTRICT

The Dirty Apron Delicatessen

540 Beatty Street

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STOP 06 – SECOND BEACH

Stanley Park Brewing Restaurant & Brewpub

8901 Stanley Park Drive

(604) 681-04608

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FERRY STOP – GRANVILLE ISLAND

Sandbar Restaurant

1535 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9

(604) 669-9030

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STOP 11 – STADIUM DISTRICT

Parq Vancouver Casino

39 Smithe St, Vancouver, BC V6B 0R3

(604) 683-7277

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