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Seawall in Vancouver

Seawall in Vancouver: Our most recommended tours and activities

The Epic Electric by Cycle City Tours Age 16+

1. The Epic Electric by Cycle City Tours Age 16+

Jump on a fun and easy-to-ride e-bike tour through Vancouver. Cycle along Stanley Park and cruise the Seawall with stunning views of the Downtown skyline and the North Shore Mountains. Visit the iconic Totem Poles and lush Beaver Lake, where wildlife abounds. Make use of your electric boost and ride up to the Prospect Point lookout, the highest point in the 1000 acre park, overlooking the Lion’s Gate Bridge, and on clear days you can see all the way to Vancouver Island.  After leaving the park, cruise along and check out some iconic neighborhoods on the False Creek waterfront, including Yaletown and Olympic Village. Both neighborhoods are award-winning developments known for their modern style and eco-friendly design. Finally, make your way to Chinatown and Gastown, two of Vancouver’s oldest neighborhoods. Your guide will share stories about the city’s roots amongst the city’s oldest buildings before heading back to the starting point. This e-bike tour makes use of Vancouver’s extensive separated bike trails, with 95% of riding on routes without cars and a maximum group size of 10 riders. This tour does not stop at the Granville Island Market, so going there in the morning is a great way to pair your day of exploring.

Vancouver: Stanley Park & Downtown Morning Bike Tour

2. Vancouver: Stanley Park & Downtown Morning Bike Tour

Cycle around Vancouver for three hours of sightseeing and history on this exciting guided bike tour. Peddle from Vancouver's West End to the colourful Davie Street Village and on to the historical Mole Hill neighbourhood. After learning about Vancouver's Greenest City Action Plan, cycle across town on AAA grade bike paths (All Ages and Abilities). Stop in Robson Square to see the heart of the city and the Vancouver Art Gallery Plaza. Admire the combination of modern architecture and historical buildings surrounding the square, and uncover more of the city's history and future plans. Enjoy gorgeous panoramic views of the North Shore mountains as you cycle to the waterfront Convention Centre area. Spot highlights such as the Olympic Cauldron and Digital Orca sculpture. Ride along the Vancouver seawall to Stanley Park. Enjoy the natural setting and hear about the park's unique flora and fauna. Then, discover the history of the local aboriginal peoples at Totem Park. Experience firsthand the incredible totems produced by First Nation artists of the Pacific Northwest. Spot attractions such as Lady in a Wetsuit and the Empress of Japan figurehead as you continue your cycle along the coast to Beaver Creek Path, where you can dismount and explore. Then, ride beneath the iconic Lions Gate Bridge to Siwash Rock and Third Beach before finishing your tour at English Bay (First Beach) where the tour began.

Bike Vancouver: Stanley Park, Granville Island & Gastown

3. Bike Vancouver: Stanley Park, Granville Island & Gastown

Tour all of Vancouver on one easy-going and safe bicycle tour. Get a personal introduction to the city from one of our knowledgeable and fun guides. Start your experience at Freedom Bikes to get fitted on a bike that is well suited for your height. Your guide will give you a brief safety orientation including a short preview of the tour and an opportunity to introduce the group. A great hidden benefit to this tour is meeting other like-minded travelers from around the world. We start the tour in Vancouver's largest playground, Stanley Park. Your guide has the best route to see every highlight in an efficient manner, including the Stanley Park Totem Poles, Beaver Lake, the largest Old Growth Maples, and Second Beach. Next, is a cruise along the longest uninterrupted Sea wall, past English Bay Beach to a special inclusion; a False Creek Ferry Ride. We take our bikes onto a ferry across the beautiful False Creek which is a perfect opportunity for a rest and picture taking. The ferry takes us to the bustling Granville Island. Get a few personal recommendations from your guide on where to return to as this tour won't be responsible for guests getting lost in excitement. Between the Public Market, Net Loft, and Artists' Studios it would take a full day to see it all. The bike ride is perfect along separated bike lanes that wind along the beautiful ocean. This section is called False Creek and Vancouver's skyline is perfect for a few well-planned stops for picture taking. It leads to Olympic Village and Mount Pleasant one of our companies favourite hidden gems of the city. After a stop in what some call hipster village, we cruise into Chinatown, seeing a unique perspective of a bustling city. With a rich culture imbedded into the area, you'll have definitely have a few takeaways to discuss later. Right beside this neighbourhood is Vancouver's most talked about area, Gastown. You'll get to bump along cobblestone streets; it's a lot smoother than you think. This area has a beautiful contrast of old and new mixed into a simple European feel. The highlight is the Gastown Steam Clock and your guide will be prepared to share all of it's unique features. On a rare occasion you might even meet the maker of the clock himself, it's happened before, and can happen again. Gastown leads us into the newest and ritziest area, Coal Harbour, where ocean meets glitz and glam. This is one of the densest areas in North America, and once you've experienced it, you'll understand why. Before you know it, you're guide will take a turn and you'll be right back where you started. In the heart of the west end on Denman Street. Exchange ideas, and recommendations and be sure to leave your guide a detailed review! We're excited to hear all about it.

Vancouver: Highlights & Hidden Gems Private Tour

4. Vancouver: Highlights & Hidden Gems Private Tour

Take a peek behind Vancouver's big tourist attractions and feast your eyes on a few of the city's hidden gems as revealed by true locals. Enjoy a private and personalized experience with a local host matched to your interests. In the heart of downtown Vancouver, your local insider will lead you from the Rainbow Crosswalk to explore the hip neighborhood of the West End, where you might be lucky to spot some little hidden gnomes. Hang out with the locals along Sunset Beach Park and take a walk along the Seawall, the world's longest uninterrupted waterfront path. Discover a hidden, brightly colored alleyway downtown, perfect for any Instagram lover. Explore the lesser-known hotspots near Engine 347 and if shopping is your thing, Granville Market offers a delectable menu of arts, crafts, and delicious food. Forego the well-trodden tourist routes of trendy downtown and instead take a turn into 10th Avenue to discover beautifully painted heritage homes. The local partner's handpicked hosts are culinary connoisseurs and history buffs, bakers and bankers, students and seniors. Like the people who travel with them, they have different backgrounds and interests — but they're all so passionate about the place they call home, they choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them.

Vancouver Downtown: A Self-Guided Exploration by Car

5. Vancouver Downtown: A Self-Guided Exploration by Car

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Note: This 8.9 miles-long tour covers the essentials of Vancouver Downtown in 2 - 3 hours. Once downloaded, your tour begins next to Victory Square. From there, you’ll take in the Colosseum-like Vancouver Public Library. It has over 1.4 million books inside! Next, drive past the respected Vancouver Art Gallery, highlighting a diverse range of artists, including Vancouver natives and First Nation members. Then pass the Spirits in a Landscape statue, which features creatures like fish and owls and highlights the First Nations’ influence in Canada. You’ll also hear more about the First Nations. Navigate the majesty of Stanley Park, even larger than Central Park! Unearth how this land was once home to a Squamish community, which married among the Portuguese. In addition, you’ll see the prominent seawall. You’ll continue onto the Nine O’Clock Gun, a cannon which fires a shot at nine pm. The cannon was once actually kidnapped! The tour will then guide you past the memorable Girl in a Wetsuit statue, a modern twist on the Little Mermaid! Then proceed by the Prospect Point Lookout, which offers breathtaking ocean views. Continue by the popular Third Beach and hear a story about an anchor that may or may not have belonged to Captain George Vancouver’s ship, as well as his expeditions charting the British Columbian coast. Advance past Old English Bay Beach, and hear about Vancouver’s very first lifeguard. Also find out about Chief August Jack Khahtsaholano, a guide, logger, canoe builder, and medicine man, among other things! Then head into the trendy Kitsilano neighborhood, a playground for professionals and big names like Ryan Reynolds. As the journey continues, you’ll see the University of British Columbia, Vancouver’s largest university. If you recognize the campus, it’s been featured in many Hollywood movies and shows! You’ll subsequently pass the Nitobe Memorial Garden, whose namesake promoted understanding of Japanese culture in the West. As you drive along, you’ll discover the Mounties and their roots as a militia! Learning about the Winter Olympics and Canada’s great triumph over the US in 2010, you’ll then move along to Queen Elizabeth Park. Named after the late sovereign’s mother, it’s the highest point in the area! As you continue, dig into the Great Vancouver Fire and how it was started to clear land, but exploded beyond control! Then pay a visit to beloved Granville Island. Once a seasonal home to the Salish, it became a hotbed of industrial activity. Thousands kept cranking out fiber, rope, and chain in the midst of the Depression! You’ll also glimpse the Granville Island Public Market, with more than fifty merchants and open seven days a week. Following that, you’ll enter Gastown, the original settlement and now the heart of Vancouver. Cruise past the famed clock which literally blows off steam every quarter hour! Head for Canada Place, which welcomes visitors. This is where the tour ends.

Vancouver city tour & Adventure at Cypress Mountain Private

6. Vancouver city tour & Adventure at Cypress Mountain Private

Cypress Mountain is Vancouver's Spectacular Mountain Playground with 52 Downhill winter skiing and riding runs accessed by 6 chair lifts (2 high speed), plus a magic carpet surface lift in our kids camp area. We also offer 19 kms of track set Cross Country Skiing trails, a Snowtubing park with a tube tow lift, our amazingly popular snowshoeing tours around the historic Hollyburn Lodge build and Vancouver’s best Sunsets. Located only 30 minutes from downtown Cypress Mountain is proud to provide our skiers, riders and sliders with the most vertical drop, most terrain, most lifts and best snow conditions on the highest peak of Vancouver's Legendary North Shore Mountains. Cypress Mountain was the Official Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard Venue for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. With the best Winter Skiing & Riding in Vancouver, Canada's most popular Cross Country Skiing Area, a huge Snow Tubing Park and our unique Snowshoeing Tours, Cypress truly offers something for everyone!

Private Vancouver ALL IN ONE full tour with 20 Attraction

7. Private Vancouver ALL IN ONE full tour with 20 Attraction

embark on a memorable journey through the captivating city of Vancouver. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture, stunning natural beauty, and iconic landmarks that define this Canadian gem. Our expert guides will accompany you throughout the day, providing insightful commentary and ensuring a personalized experience. From exploring Stanley Park's lush gardens to marvelling at the totem poles, from indulging in local delicacies at Granville Island to strolling through historic Gastown, this tour covers it all. Soak in panoramic views at Queen Elizabeth Park, and discover the modern charm of Yaletown. With GlobalDuniya, you'll experience the very best that Vancouver has to offer in one unforgettable day.

Best of Vancouver Highlights /Suspension Bridge/ Free Pizza

8. Best of Vancouver Highlights /Suspension Bridge/ Free Pizza

Prepare to experience the unique history and evolving splendor as you tour the modern streets of Vancouver. On the fully narrated, 6-8hour Vancouver City Highlights Tour, see the city’s greatest sights and learn how Vancouver became the city it is today. it’s easy to fall in love with this breathtaking city. Discover historic neighborhoods like Gastown, Chinatown, scenic and the picturesque Vancouver Harbor. Stops in Stanley Park feature Totem Poles, as well as spectacular views of the mountains and the Lion’s Gate Bridge. Enjoy the pizza party in Vancouver .After the party we take you to Capilano Suspension Bridge At Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, cross the famous suspension bridge spanning a heart-pounding 137 meters (450 feet) across and 73 meters (230 feet) above Capilano River. In addition, make sure to allow time to visit the Treetops Adventure and Cliff walk, as well at the extensive grounds of the park.

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What people are saying about Seawall in Vancouver

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4.9 / 5

based on 55 reviews

Excellent bikes and a great guide. The tour was extremely informative and gave you a great insight and history of a fantastic city. Loved our trip and it was good value.

The bike ride was really fun and we saw a lot along the route. The guide was super nice and took a lot of time for questions and answers.

Jeremy is the best!!!! Friendly, smart, full of helpful info. We all enjoyed our bike tour and learning about the history of Vancouver.

I enjoyed the route, the history, and the comlpany.

Jeremy was very pleasant, informative and helpful.