Vancouver combines the sophistication of a world-class metropolis with spectacular natural surroundings of mountains, oceans, rivers and beaches.
The wildly popular Public Market features endless aisles of gourmet food—from fresh fish to pastries, chocolate and local produce.
Tour historic Gastown in Canada’s cocktail capital to sample its brew pubs, craft cocktail bars, taberna and award-winning restaurants.
Explore historic streets in memorable tours led by actors, historians and entertainers from Canada’s leading walking tour company.
This highly-anticipated attraction opened to the public in June 2013. The first of its kind, FlyOver Canada offers a one-of-a-kind experience in which visitors can enjoy the latest virtual flight ride technology as they soar over Canada. The spectacular aerial journey includes sound, wind, scents, and mist and highlights events unique to all regions of Canada. The new attraction is located on Vancouver’s waterfront at Canada Place and is available for guests of all ages.
A Vancouver landmark, Stanley Park covers 1,000 acres of beautiful landscape at the edge of the city’s downtown center. Set against the backdrop of majestic mountains, hemlock and fir trees, and the Pacific Ocean, the Park is frequented by locals and visitors alike. Stanley Park boasts a visitor center, bathing beaches, tennis courts, playgrounds, restaurants, horse & carriage rides and the Vancouver Aquarium.
The Vancouver Aquarium is home to over 70,000 fascinating creatures including majestic beluga whales, Pacific white-sided dolphins, curious sea otters, harbour seals and stellar sea lions. Also discover moon jellies, the Scarlet ibis, anacondas, a sea turtle, giant Pacific octopus, sharks, moray eels, three-toed sloths and thousands of brilliantly-coloured fish. Plus, you will enjoy daily dolphin and beluga sessions and sea otter feeds.
Capilano Suspension Bridge crosses to towering evergreens, cedar-scented rainforest air and Treetops Adventure, 7 suspended footbridges offering views 110 feet above the forest floor. The new Cliffwalk follows a granite precipice along Capilano River with a labyrinth-like series of narrow cantilevered bridges, stairs and platforms.