Tour Duration: 3 hours

Departure: 4:30 pm - Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal - Complimentary pick up from your hotel is available.

Finish: Tour finishes back at Canada Place approx. 7:30pm. Optional airport drop off at approx. 8:30pm

Maximum # Of Guests: 16

Included:  Private Guide, Private Chauffeur, Transportation, Taxes, Optional  Airport Transfer

Price: CDN $130 pp inc.taxes

Quick View Itinerary

  • 4:30pm Leaves Canada Place
  • Stanley Park and First Nations Totem Poles
  • Stanley Park Prospect Point
  • English Bay
  • Yaletown
  • Water taxi cruise around False Creek
  • Gastown
  • Chinatown
  • 7:30pm Return to hotels 
  • 8:30pm Airport drop off
 

Take a look at some fantastic videos of everything you can experience with Cherry Tours in the beautiful city of Vancouver, named best city to live in in North America and number 5 in the world ranking according to Mercer's 2015 Quality of Living Rankings.

An aerial view of False Creek in Vancouver which we will visit when we cross over to Granville Island on our water taxi.

Aerial footage around Stanley Park

During this 3 hour tour guests will be picked up from their downtown hotel and will explore the best and most popular sites in the city aboard an exclusive mini-bus.  Our tour will start in Vancouver's largest urban park,  Stanley Park where we will stop at Prospect Point, and witness BC’s most visited attraction the First Nations totem poles at Brockton Point.  We will then visit the most popular  Beach area in downtown Vancouver English Bay.  

The Historic and stylish Yaletown district is next followed by a unique scenic ride on one of the local water taxis over False Creek with great views of Granville Island and its floating homes.  Guests will be introduced to what was once home to Vancouver's factories, plants, and sawmills but is now a locals favorite and foodies' paradise. We will join our bus again and head to Gastown and Chinatown where we will get a brief overview of the area from our vehicle before reaching Canada Place and the end of our journey. Those who have airport departures can expect to arrive at the airport terminal at approximately 8:30pm.  

 

Vancouver's population diversity allows us to be a melting pot of ideas and talent enabling us to always be at the forefront of art, innovation and technology in North America. We embody the spirit of TED as it's host city since 2014 and the sportsmanship of the Olympics as its host city in 2010.

Incorporating a local band and original song, "It's You... Vancouver" is the world's first professionally produced destination film in music video format.