British Columbia Good for groups

Our most recommended British Columbia Good for groups

Whistler Zipline Experience: Ziptrek Eagle Tour

1. Whistler Zipline Experience: Ziptrek Eagle Tour

Meet your professional and fun tour guides in Whistler Village then get geared up for your adventure. This tour is accessed via the Whistler Village Gondola with a short walk to the first zipline launching at an elevation of 3,280 feet (1,000m) right on Whistler mountain. From here, your adventure continues with 5 breathtaking ziplines and 4 treetop bridges. The first zipline is side-by-side so you can zip next to a friend and the last zipline brings you right back into Whistler Village. This tour is perfect if you've ziplined before or crave an adrenaline rush!

Vancouver: Grouse Mountain Admission Ticket

2. Vancouver: Grouse Mountain Admission Ticket

Grouse Mountain is Vancouver’s most visited year-round natural attraction, located just 15 minutes from downtown.You can enjoy panoramic views as you travel to the alpine aboard the iconic Skyride. Enjoy thrilling outdoor adventures, cultural activities, and educational experiences, which are available year-round. In the summer, choose from an incredible variety of activities including a world-famous lumberjack show, a "birds in motion" demonstration, a visit to the resident orphaned grizzly bears, guided eco-walks, a disc golf course, Theatre in the Sky, plus shopping and dining. You can also add to your experience with exciting adventures (at an additional fee) such as a mountain ropes course, mountain ziplines, the "Eye of the Wind", helicopter tours, and tandem paragliding. In winter, enjoy the stunning light installations on the Light Walk, the slopes at the Sliding Zone, an outdoor skating pond, snowshoeing, and more.

From Calgary: Banff & Yoho National Parks Private Day Tour

3. From Calgary: Banff & Yoho National Parks Private Day Tour

The best of two national parks in the Canadian Rocky Mountain both Banff National Park and Yoho National Park — including Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, Emerald Lake, Natural Bridge, and the towering Takakkaw Falls, on this full day of private sightseeing tour. Discover some of the most awe-inspiring natural scenery of the Canadian Rockies, with so much time to spot some of the area’s diverse wildlife, you won't be rushed to enjoy every moment of the places, Exclusive just for your group means no more waiting for others and we can explore more of the less touristy part of the area. Leaving from Calgary, Canmore, and Banff the tour is a private experience so you don't have to feel rushed at any stops. The first stop will be at the Most Beautiful Place on Earth: British Columbia, Yoho National Park's Emerald Lake, and Natural Bridge spend time taking photos and recording the white noise of the flowing stream of water, then continue to drive to the Yoho Valley to see the towering Takakkaw Falls. Going back to Alberta's Banff National Park, we will stop to see the World's Famous Lake Louise and Moraine Lake. We will have a chance to visit the Town of Banff to end the trip before heading back to your Hotel or Airbnb.

Vancouver: 2.5-Hour Gastown Walking Food Tour

4. Vancouver: 2.5-Hour Gastown Walking Food Tour

Uncover the sights and flavors of Gastown on this guided walking tour of Vancouver. Hear about the city from your actor guide as you through the cobbled streets of Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood while enjoying mouth-watering food and drinks.  Meet your guide and begin your Gastown adventure. See Victorian buildings and whistling Steam Clock as you stop for local craft beer, delicious cheese and prosciutto served with local wine. Try Japanese kar-age style chicken and freshly made Sicilian tortellini. Dig into crispy sweet and chili cauliflower, Canadian poutine; handmade fries topped with cheese curds and gravy and a choice of beer/wine, soft organic ice cream, Vancouver's award winning cheesecake, and lemon bars. Be entranced as a professional actor who is full of passion for the city and its food, shares fascinating stories about Vancouver and its “Wild West” history which dates back 150 years. 

Campbell River: Whales, Wildlife & Culture Tour

5. Campbell River: Whales, Wildlife & Culture Tour

Go in search of a variety of fascinating wildlife species which can be found off the coast of Vancouver Island, including humpback whales, orcas (killer whales), porpoises, dolphins, sea lions, otters, bald eagles, and a variety of marine birds. The tour vessel includes both indoor and outdoor seating options. Take the outdoor adventure seats that allow for wind-in-your-face exploring and wildlife watching. Inside the warm and protected cabin, find comfortable seats with large windows and a bathroom. As you explore the area, learn more about the rich history of the First Nations of Campbell River and the Discovery Islands. Learn about the tribes who have resided in the region for centuries including the Homalco, Klahoose, Tla’amin, K’ómoks, Wei Wai Kum, We Wai Kai, and more. The guides and skippers will share their expert knowledge of history, legends, stories, and culturally significant sites throughout the excursion.

Whistler: The Longest ZIpline in North America

6. Whistler: The Longest ZIpline in North America

Meet your professional tour guide in Whistler. Gear up for your adventure and then ride the gondola. Hop off the gondola and take a short shuttle van to the launch area. Feel your adrenaline pumping as you zip over 2 kilometers between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. Take in the incredible views of the Fitzsimmons Valley. Finally, land on firm ground again near the mid-mountain area of Whistler. Ride the Whistler Gondola back down to the main village.

Vancouver: Granite Falls Zodiac Boat Tour

7. Vancouver: Granite Falls Zodiac Boat Tour

Travel through the Vancouver Harbour and see the sights from a different perspective. Ride a zodiac boat from Granville Island, passed Stanley Park, and go underneath the Lion's Gate Bridge. Boat up to the glacial fjord of Indian Arm, and admire the many natural waterfalls, cliffs, and tree-lined shorelines. Meet your guide at Granville Island, a bridge-attached island, known for its bustling local market, artisans, and street performers. There, board a Zodiac boat and feel totally safe knowing that it's practically unsinkable. As the tour begins, admire Granville Island as you drift away, and look to the other side to capture shoreside shots of English Bay with its long beaches, palm trees, and artsy apartment buildings. Pass Stanley Park, and take in the beauty of the conservation of old cedars, pines, and oak trees, while learning about the seawall and the man who started it all. Pass underneath the Lion's Gate Bridge and look to the left to take in views of the North Shore mountains. As you pass Seaspan, discover all the ways that Vancouver serves as a major international shipping port. Head toward Siwash Rock, and admire the waterfalls and granite cliffs as you catch sight of Deep Cove. Feel the air on your face and taste the ocean air as you boat up the glacial fjord of Indian Arm, and get up close and personal with Granite Falls. Take it all in and understand the peace that comes with this relatively untouched part of British Columbia. Start the adventure back, passing by Silver Falls, and get dropped back off at Granville Island.

Vancouver: Lost Souls of Gastown Tour

8. Vancouver: Lost Souls of Gastown Tour

Venture into Vancouver's earliest and most gruesome history on this 90-minute walking tour. Designed for adult audiences, the experience is both a walking tour and a theatre piece. Every story is grounded in documented Vancouver history, taken from the city archives. The plotline is woven together as the tragic tale of one person's life, ending in a dramatic finale in the heart of Gastown's Maple Tree Square.  Do not expect a ghost tour or conventional walking tour – this is an experience that will pull you so deep into the swirling lamplight and darkened alleys of Gastown’s murky past you may have a hard time finding your way back out… As you travel along cobblestone streets you'll visit our city's oldest hotel - the Victorian, learn the truth about the historic Gastown Steam Clock, see how Vancouver looked before and after the Great Fire, explore notorious Gaoler's Mews, and walk down the back alleys of Water Street to famous Maple Tree Square. Every one of Gastown's must-see sites and landmarks is visited on the walk.

Small group tour of Capilano Bridge & Grouse Mountain

9. Small group tour of Capilano Bridge & Grouse Mountain

Enjoy a personal hotel pick-up in a small minibus or SUV. Journey with a local guide that is dedicated to helping you experience the natural beauty of the Pacific North Coast. First, inhale the fresh mountain air of Grouse Mountain. Enjoy access to over 40 mountaintop attractions, such as the lumberjack show, grizzly bears, and the endangered birds show. Take in the stunning view of the city and sea. Next, head to the Capilano Suspension Bridge and visit the Cliffwalk and Treetop Adventure. This tour is family-friendly and includes priority access to avoid lines. After a fun-filled day, relax on board your trip back into the city. Get dropped off at the steps of your downtown Vancouver hotel.

Whistler Zipline Experience: Ziptrek Bear Tour

10. Whistler Zipline Experience: Ziptrek Bear Tour

Meet and gear up with your professional tour guides to begin, then hop into a quick shuttle taking you to your 33-acre playground in the valley between Whistler and the Blackcomb Mountains. Enjoy up-close views of the 2010 Olympic Bobsled and Luge track on your way up to our zipline course. Take a walk on a Suspension Bridge to say hello to 'Big Doug,' the oldest Douglas Fur tree on site and then get zipping. This tour takes you on a series of four ziplines from 400 to 1100 ft in the heart of the old growth rainforest, zig zagging from the Blackcomb to Whistler mountains over Fitzsimmons Creek. You will also get to learn about the local ecology and community of Whistler along the way. This tour is perfect for groups, families and mellow zippers!

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The gondola ride was great but once you get to the top there are lots to do. The roof top view, the restaurants, theatre, and of course the views! Don’t let the look of the the walk discourage you, there are lots of spots to rest along the way and enjoy yet another amazing view !

Amaan was my driver and tour guide. He was beyond fantastic! Amaan made sure to stop on various viewpoints and helped take photos for me. He was very knowledgeable and kind. Thank you for a magical day and memories I will treasure forever.

Our guide Tim was fantastic would recommend to anyone looking for a way to check out the surrounding wild life and spots of Banff

Great value and experience! Lots of interesting info about the Gastown district in Vancouver.

Efficient staff. Loading and unloading very easy. Gorgeous views.