About This Tour

Vancouver City + Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Tour

Blend city scenery with an escape with nature on this Vancouver City and Capilano Suspension Bridge Park sightseeing tour. On this 5-hour tour, expect stops along the way to get outdoors and enjoy some of British Columbia’s best scenery.  

During your tour, walk across the Capilano Suspension Bridge*, stroll through a temperate rainforest, and soak up the atmosphere in the bustling Granville Island Public Market. You’ll get to drive through diverse neighbourhoods including Chinatown and Gastown as your expert guide brings Vancouver’s colourful history to life. 

Tour Highlights

  • See the urban and natural sides of Vancouver in one comprehensive tour
  • Cross the Capilano Suspension Bridge for unrivalled Capilano River views
  • Visit Granville Island Public Market, a food-lover’s dream destination
  • View Stanley Park’s totem poles between the towering cedars and learn about the rich Indigenous history of the Pacific Northwest
  • Travel in upmost comfort through diverse districts including Chinatown and Gastown
  • Your expert guide shares commentary on Vancouver’s settler history, urban culture and vibrant food scene

*Rider Update: Treetops Adventure at Capilano Suspension Bridge  is undergoing maintenance February 5th – May 31, 2024

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Next stop: Adventure! Step off the bus, stretch your legs, and explore at your own pace. We've created our itinerary to give you the perfect amount of time at each unforgettable stop! Not sure where to start? Our guides are always happy to show you their favourite hidden gems!

Stanley Park Totem Poles

The Stanley Park Totem Poles at Brockton Point are one of BC’s most visited tourist attractions. These towering monuments are brought to life through First Nations artistry and are one of the most recognizable cultural symbols of Western Canada. Since the 1920s, the Vancouver Parks Board has been collecting intricately carved totem poles from remote locations in BC. Enjoy other First Nations art including “Raven: Spirit of Transformation” which was constructed from a Douglas Fir stump that was left after the 2006 windstorm that devastated Stanley Park.

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

Vancouver blends urban culture with jaw-dropping natural landscapes beautifully, and nowhere is this more clear than within Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Take a relaxing stroll beneath the shade of temperate rainforest, and soak up spectacular Capilano River views from the famous Capilano Suspension Bridge. The Treetops Adventure* course connects seven viewing platforms to massive 1,300 year-old Douglas Fir trees. And for those who prefer the views from terra firma, take a stroll along the Living Forest Trail to learn the stories behind the forest’s native flora and fauna.  *Rider Update: Treetops Adventure at Capilano Suspension Bridge is undergoing maintenance February 5th - May 31, 2024

Granville Island Public Market

Granville Island wows food-lovers with its bustling public market, and the traders here serve up some of the best food and drink Vancouver has to offer. On top of that, the public market is brimming with creativity — with arts and crafts, galleries, live performances and more. Famously colorful, with a vibrant, West Coast vibe, Granville Island is a must-see destination. So go with the flow and enjoy this modern cultural hit! 


Each of our tours shine a spotlight on the region's most iconic landmarks, neighbourhoods, and culture — all with live narration from our expert guides. Don't forget your camera! Our oversized, tinted windows are designed for sightseeing so you won’t miss a thing!

Chinatown Vancouver

Vancouver is a wonderfully diverse place, with people and cultures from across the world rubbing shoulders happily. Chinatown Vancouver showcases this diversity beautifully, and with its bustling markets and busy streets it’s the largest Chinatown district in Canada. On your spin through this must-see neighbourhood, see the Chinese markets and coffeeshops, and admire the distinctly Eastern architectural designs. Chinatown Vancouver is also home to the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden, an authentic 15th century-inspired haven of tranquility.  

Canada Place

If sustainable architecture is of interest to you, your jaw will drop when you see the buildings of the Vancouver Convention Centre. Even though the original East Building at Canada Place is an impressive sight on it's own, the West Building, constructed in 2002, is of a design that will inspire the environmentalist in everyone. You may notice the "living roof" covered in vegetation, but what you won't see is that the building's waste water is treated and recycled for irrigation of the roof. You also won't be able to see the building's LEED Platinum certification in sustainable design, or the building's PowerSmart designation, or it's GO GREEN certification for environmental best practices, but they are indeed all there!


For Vancouver’s 19th-century settlers, Gastown is where it all began. This historic neighbourhood boasts cobblestone streets lined with hip boutiques, inviting restaurants and traditional First Nations art galleriesand has been entertaining residents and visitors alike for over a century. During your spin through Gastown, your knowledgeable guide shares insight into the area's history and contemporary influence.  

Prices include attraction admission and taxes. Gratuity is optional and is not included in the price. If you feel our staff have gone above and beyond your expectations, gratuity will be greatly appreciated.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Capilano Suspension Bridge wheelchair accessible?
Unfortunately, wheelchairs or crutches are not permitted on the Capilano Suspension Bridge, the Treetops Adventure or the Cliffwalk.
How much time will we spend at each stop?
We spend approximately 60 minutes at Granville Island, and 90 minutes at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
What can I do during my free time in Granville Island?
Aside from the stunning views, Granville Island offers everything from fresh bakeries and fish markets to glass blowing studios and colourful artisan shops.