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Vancouver: Stanley Park Smartphone Audio Tour

1. Vancouver: Stanley Park Smartphone Audio Tour

Use the live GPS map on your smartphone app to creation your own itinerary for Stanley park in Vancouver with this audio tour. Use the app offline to save your data. Hear commentary automatically play at points like Hallelujah Point, Beaver Lake, and the Lord Stanley statue. Begin at the busy Stanley Park Causeway and follow the seawall all the way around the park. Have the option of stopping at points of interest in the park's interior. Get suggestions on attractions to see like Nature House and the Vancouver Aquarium. Learn about the creation of Stanley Park and its history. Delve into the geology of the area. Hear about the lost lagoon, Beaver lake, the hollow tree, and the devastating wind storm of 2006. Uncover the history of Hallelujah Point, Deadman’s Island, and the naval reserve. Check out the statues of the Scottish poet Robbie Burns, the Olympian Harry Jerome, and the park’s namesake, Lord Stanley. See the Nine O’Clock Gun, the SS Empress of Japan figurehead, and the 'Girl in a Wetsuit' statue Take a break on one of the logs at Third Beach, or visit the historic Stanley Park Pavilion. Admire views at Brockton Point and the Prospect Point. View Lions Gate Bridge. Tour the Rhododendron, Rose, and Rock gardens and hear the history behind the Malkin Bowl.

Vancouver: Private Full-Day City and Gardens Tour

2. Vancouver: Private Full-Day City and Gardens Tour

Discover Vancouver's must-see sights in style on this fantastic round-trip tour. After being picked up by your local guide from your hotel, you will set off to explore everything Vancouver has to offer, from the totems of Stanley Park to stunning panoramic views of the city from Queen Elizabeth Park, with its beautiful sunken gardens.  Ask your guide for recommendations about the best restaurants in town. After a delicious lunch, take a turn around the spectacular Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Vancouver's Chinatown. Enjoy a gentle stroll around Chinatown and see the world's narrowest building, or visit Chinese spice and medicine shops.  Your final stop of the day will be at the Van Dusen Botanical Garden, with its amazing variety of plants in picturesque landscape settings. Walk through different zones to learn more about plants from different geographical origins, such as in Sino Himalayan Garden. If you're looking to experience Vancouver at your own pace, then this is an unmissable opportunity.

Vancouver: Full-Day City Tour and Wine Tasting

3. Vancouver: Full-Day City Tour and Wine Tasting

From your hotel, start your full-day tour through the heart of Vancouver. See sites such as Stanley Park with its Native Totem Poles and the viewpoint overlooking the iconic Lions Gate Bridge. Enjoy plenty of time to walk around and for additional stop requests. Next, head to Granville Island. Famous for its art, it features many galleries, theaters, street performers and a public market. Continue by traveling through newly redeveloped Yaletown, Chinatown and Gastown, Vancouver's restored and oldest business district. Hear some suggestions from your guide for a lunch spot before taking in the view of the city from Queen Elizabeth Park's viewpoint. From there, head into the wine growing region outside the city. Savor unique tastes as you visit 4 local vineyards before returning to your hotel.

Private Full Day Best of Vancouver's City and Beer Tasting

4. Private Full Day Best of Vancouver's City and Beer Tasting

BC is going through a Renaissance in Craft Beer production and new micro-breweries are springing up all over, especially in Vancouver. This tour is for those who enjoy beer, and also for those who perhaps have not, ...in the past been able to really enjoy it so much. It is a great chance to try many different alternatives and perhaps find your beer. Join this tour around town, covering the most interesting parts of the city. From the Totems of Stanley Park to the views from Queen Elizabeth Park, from exotic Chinatown to artful Granville Island, there is something for everyone. Then after lunch (your tour provider can give recommendations, but lunch is not included in tour fees), you will spend the afternoon visiting some of the many fine small-batch brewers around town. Tastings are available at all locations.  One of your talented local guides will show you the town in style. Leave the bus crowd behind and enjoy personalized commentary and travel at your own pace.

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