Vancouver Tours and Attractions

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Guided Tours

Vancouver City Highlights Tour: This City Highlights Tour is the best way to see our West Coast gem. A daily excursion through the most beautiful city in the world with stops in Stanley Park, Granville Island, Vancouver Lookout (offered on 10AM Only) and Queen Elizabeth Park (offered on 2PM Only).

Sea to Sky Tour: Enjoy this fantastic new day tour along the Sea to Sky corridor. Take in the ocean-side town of Horseshoe Bay, feel the spray from British Columbia’s 3rd highest waterfall at Shannon Falls, rise 2800ft to the top of the Sea to Sky Gondola, cross the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge (210 ft high, 325 ft long) and travel to the depths on the underground train at Britannia Mine Museum.


North Shore Tour: The Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain Tour takes you to the amazing temperate rainforest of Vancouver’s North Shore. This is your best option for a light adventure, half-day excursion into the stunning nature that surrounds the city. Stops include Capilano Fish Hatchery (offered on 11AM Only), Capilano Suspension Bridge Park including TreeTops Adventures and Cliffwalk, and Grouse Mountain


Tours are suggestions only, for those interested in booking sightseeing outside of the conference program

Popular Vancouver Attractions

Kitsilano Beach: Vancouver’s Kits Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Vancouver, especially in the warm summer months. Located at the north edge of the Kitsilano neighbourhood, the beach faces out onto the Burrard Inlet. Kits beach is home to the longest swimming pool in Canada, the salt-water outdoor Kitsilano Pool.


Granville Island: Granville island is a cultural hub featuring a public farmers’ market, day vendors, and artists offering local Vancouver goods. There are over one-hundred and fifty stalls throughout the market selling a variety of artisan cottage-industry foods and handmade crafts. The island also boasts an extensive marina, a boutique hotel, various performing arts theatres, many art galleries, and a variety of shopping areas.


Vandusen Gardens: A public garden that features carved totem poles, large stone sculptures, and a Korean Pavilion at the edge of the Asian plant collection. Children, in particular, enjoy the maze situated adjacent to the heirloom vegetable garden. Visitors find a cypress pond, a formal perennial garden, a heritage vegetable garden (seasonal), a fragrance garden (seasonal) and a large sino-Himalayan garden

Admiring the city view from Little Mountain, Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver BC

 Queen Elizabeth Park: Vancouver’s horticultural jewel, is a major draw for floral display enthusiasts and view-seekers. At 152 metres above sea level, it’s the highest point in Vancouver and makes for spectacular views of the park, city, and mountains on the North Shore. The 52-hectare park is home to the stunning Bloedel Conservatory. There is also a gorgeously landscaped quarry garden, the arboretum of exotic and native trees, sculptures, and activities such as tennis, lawn bowling and pitch & putt.

 Vancouver Art Gallery: The Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG) is the fifth largest art gallery in Canada and the largest in Western Canada. Its permanent collection of about 10,000 artworks include more than 200 major works by Emily Carr, the Group of Seven, Jeff Wall, and Marc Chagall. A regular gathering spot for locals the Vancouver Art Gallery’s lawn and steps hosts gatherings several times a week
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