Variety is the spice of life, so for each of our Hop-on Hop-off tours we dish it up and you get to choose. We operate two types of vehicles, and while both buses travel the same routes, each offers a very different tour experience.
Explore, learn, and be amazed by Vancouver’s soaring skyscrapers, architectural masterpieces, urban beaches, and coastal rainforests.
Explore downtown Vancouver from all angles on this dynamic tour encompassing landmark city sights, oceanfront vistas, architectural wonders, and unbeatable views from 169 metres above sea level.
This tour will get you into the holiday spirit as you explore Vancouver’s soaring skyscrapers, architectural masterpieces, urban beaches, and coastal rainforests!
Creating zero air or water pollution, we will carry you over the waters for a 45-minute tour on one of our ultra quiet, ten-passenger electric boats, enjoying sights of the towering North Shore Mountains and the glimmering Vancouver City skyline.
Whether from the open-air deck or comfortably inside, the Vancouver Harbour Tour is a journey unlike any other.
From historic masterpieces to modern compositions, the Vancouver Art Gallery is home to over 10,000 artworks. Once the province’s main courthouse, this neo-classical style building has art around every corner.
Sea Vancouver provides rapid access to all that Vancouver’s waterfront has to offer. Their open-air watercraft cruise the Inner Harbour before racing across the Burrard Inlet.
In true comfort and style, our crew is excited to explore the local waters in search of the majestic wildlife that floods the local waters here in the summer months.
Sea otters, steller sea lions and 50,000 other aquatic creatures await your arrival at Canada’s largest aquarium.
The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is a peaceful oasis in the heart of Vancouver’s bustling Chinatown. Wander the mosaic paths and into the scholar’s rooms for a glimpse into Chinese culture and life during the Ming Dynasty.
Taking sightseeing to the next level, at The Vancouver Lookout atop Harbour Centre for a 360-degree guided tour of Vancouver’s landmarks, attractions, history, and fascinating facts.
The False Creek ferries are the quickest way to get from downtown Vancouver to the eclectic markets of Granville Island. Hop aboard these little blue boats for a fun mini-cruise through historic False Creek!
You don’t have to be a horse whisperer to have fun with this old-fashioned way to discover Stanley Park. Enjoy the relaxed pace with a professional guide at the reigns, narrating as you meander through Vancouver’s spectacular, signature park.
Imagine experiencing Canada’s natural beauty from the air, without even leaving your seat. Soar across the country on a breathtaking flight simulation ride complete with gentle movement.
Home of our Welcome Centre, the award winning Vancouver Convention Centre is a marvel in sustainable architecture.
In the heart of Vancouver, English Bay is located west of the downtown penisula and False Creek.
Gastown is the city’s oldest neighbourhood and its historic charm shines through with every step along the cobblestone streets, including “Blood Alley” and the crowd-pleasing Gastown Steam Clock.
A legendary highway connecting Vancouver and Whistler, the Sea to Sky Highway offers stunning ocean views, dramatic waterfalls, and lively communities around every curve.
As one of the largest ferry operators in the world, BC Ferries is an essential part of living and visiting the coastal regions of British Columbia.
Renowned for it’s generations of rich heritage, and still popular today for its vibrant nightlife, market and historic landmarks.
Featuring miles of twisting trails beneath old-growth trees, Canada’ largest aquarium, and even an outdoor summer theatre, Stanley Park offers something for everyone!
Escape to Granville Island for a quintessential Vancouver experience.
The Stanley Park Totem Poles at Brockton Point are one of BC’s most visited tourist attractions.
Officially known as the First Narrows Bridge, locals and visitors alike know this teasured landmark as the Lion’s Gate Bridge.