Private Tour: Vancouver City Sightseeing

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See Vancouver your way, on a private tour of the seaport city's major attractions and highlights. Spend as much time as you like at Stanley Parks Brockton Point, Granville Island, Chinatown and Gastown, while learning insightful commentary from your private guide. A personal driver chauffeurs you and your group from site to site. Travel to Queen Elizabeth Park, the citys highest point, for amazing views of downtown and the North Shore mountains. What could be a better way to discover Vancouver?

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Enjoy convenient pickup from your Vancouver hotel and discuss with your private guide what's in store for your 4-hour outing. Get to know the bustling seaport city of Vancouver at a leisurely pace. Hear historical facts and anecdotes from your guide as you travel between sites.

Discover Stanley Park, 1,000 acres (405 hectares) of natural oasis bounded on three sides by the water. Check out the park’s perimeter Seawall, offering stunning views of Vancouver’s skyline, the North Shore mountains and Burrard Inlet. Gaze at Brockton Point's totem poles, the most-visited monuments in British Columbia, and learn about the history and culture behind these fine examples of First Nation art.

Head up to Prospect Point, the park’s highest vantage point for views of the Cascade Mountains and the green-tinged Lions Gate Bridge, officially known as the First Narrows Bridge.

Soak up the cultural vibrancy of Chinatown, one of Vancouver’s oldest neighborhoods and now home to North America’s third-largest Chinese population. Follow your guide down the cobbled streets of Gastown, the city’s earliest business district, and learn the history behind the 19th-century buildings.

In the center of Vancouver, capture scenic panoramas from Queen Elizabeth Park, the highest point in the city. Peer out over the garden grounds and enjoy views all the way to downtown and the North Shore mountains.

Visit Granville Island and wander through Public Market's colorful stalls selling baked goods, produce, seafood and art. Purchase one-of-a-kind souvenirs and refuel with a cup of gourmet coffee.

Along Robson Street, discover high-end retailers and indie boutiques, upscale dining and hole-in-the-wall eateries, and find out where the city’s fashionably dressed like to be seen.

Your personalized tour ends with drop-off at your hotel.

Please note: A minimum of two people per booking is required for this private tour.

Inclusions for Private Tour: Vancouver City Sightseeing

  • Private tour
  • Local guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop off
  • Local taxes

Exclusions for Private Tour: Vancouver City Sightseeing

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drink

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 7 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability

Wheelchair accessible

Adult pricing applies to all travelers

Cancellation Policy
All sales related to this product are final and non-refundable. In case you wish to cancel the reservation you will be charged 100% cancellation fees.
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  • We were supposed to be a group of six for a private tour of Vancouver but because one of the ladies of our group got very ill migraine headaches from an earlier private Wild BC Tour see my post we were only four adults. Actually the vehicle was an old cadillac limo which although it was fine for the four of us, I doubt that it would have been comfortable for six adults. Our tour guide was excellent and very informative. We enjoyed this tour very much. Our only suggestion would be to be able to spend more time on Granville Island.

  • Our guide Chuck picked us at the cruise terminal. I was worried he would never find us but that worry was not necessary. He told us to call him when we were ready. We did that and there he was. He gave us a four hour tour of the town and let us decide when we were ready to move on. We enjoyed Stanley Park, had a quick lunch down in the arts section, toured China town, Elizabeth Park and gastown.
    He then took us to our hotel and helped us unload all our luggage. Nothing but good things to say about Viator.

  • This was an incredible tour of Vancouver including Stanley Park, Queen Elizabeth Park, Granville Island, and Gas Town where we were given time to shop, look around, and take photos, We had delays getting into port, but Chuck worked around this and gave us a great tour of the city. My wife had some issues walking and was constantly checking on her to be sure she was doing well. This tour should be in the Carnival list of available tours. Thanks Chuck for an incredible tour of Vancouver!!!
    Ken, Nancy, Andrew, and Christopher

  • Taking a private car is the way to go because it really saves time. my only suggestion is don't go the the same places as the buses visit in the same order vere off to other interesting places where buses cannot go! its a car ok?? Also since we are paying private car prices how about a bottle of water . and a map of the city would be nice. when we get out to explore on our own.
    otherwise it was great!!

  • Perfect day, perfect driver/guide. Great pace - all the things we wanted to see and more!

  • This tour fit our family perfectly - the driver was friendly and knowledgeable. We were only staying in Vancouver for the final night of our 17 day vacation and were looking for something that would give us a taste of the city as we knew we would be tired. I was surprised to see an older limo pull up to the hotel think 1980s extended Cadillac - but the ride was smooth, the car very clean, and my 19 year old sat in the 3rd bench area taking cat naps throughout the afternoon! The driver, Keenan, made sure to ask how active we wanted the tour to be, and tailored the experience to our preferences. We visited both Queen Elizabeth Gardens and Stanley Park - both lovely green spaces in the city. He also shared China Town, drove by the beaches, and - at my request - passed by the Olympic Cauldron though because of a marathon, he could not park nearby. We ended our tour at Granville Island for a snack and a bit of shopping in the impressive marketplace.

  • Sound system poor. Air conditioner poor - very hot in Vancouver. Would recommend take Land and Sea tour instead. Worst tour we had in 15 day Alaska tour/cruise.

  • Great tour of Vancouver. Six of us got everything we expected and more. Our guide was very informative with a great sense of humor. With the small group we stayed ahead of all the big bus tours.

  • Nails was knowledgeable, enthusiastic and accommodating. Highlights too numerous to mention. Loved Granville Island Market and vibe. Vancouver is a beautiful city and our guide who was not originally from the city, showed her love for Vancouver.

  • Excellent tour. Covered main sights. Explanations and descriptions of sites tremendous. Really enjoyed it. Recommend tour and guide.

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