We are currently offering £200 per person discount aswell as a a FREE Compact car with fully inclusive insurance and Sat Nav,
You can call us free of charge on 01737 646416 to book any of these trips & tours.
Vancouver Harbour Cruise, £25 per person - This relaxing 75 minute cruise takes you on a circular tour through Canada’s ‘Gateway to the Pacific’- the Burrard Inlet. The informative narration will ensure you do not miss any of the sights and you will enjoy close-up views of Stanley Park, the Lookout tower, Lions Gate Bridge, the striking Downtown skyline, historic Gastown and the magnificent North Shore Mountains.
Vancouver Trolley Hop-on/Hop-off, £26 per person - Explore the captivating city of Vancouver with a Vancouver Trolley Hop-on Hop-off ticket. The classic turn-of-the-century trolleys loop round the city past all the major sights, attractions, parks and gardens. There are 23 stops along the loop including downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park, Chinatown, Gastown, Granville Island and more! The trolley tour is fully narrated by an expert guide and the entire loop takes around two hours, although you can get off at any of the stops to visit attractions, shop or dine before re-boarding the next trolley to continue with your tour.
Capilano Suspension Bridge, £30 per person - Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park invites you to venture across Vancouver’s oldest visitor attraction. There is something for everyone – facts and fiction at the Story Centre, exhibits at the Living Forest, guided nature walks through the West Coast Rain Forest, shopping at the Trading Post, colourful totem poles and native carving. Experience a thrilling “tree tops adventure” and discover seven acres of West Coast Rainforest through a maze of suspended footbridges swaying between towering Hemlocks, immense Red Cedars and colossal Douglas firs. More thrills await you at the “cliff-hanger walk” which takes you out over the canyon’s cliff edge.
Deluxe Vancouver City Tour, £49 per person - This is the perfect introduction to a wonderful city where it's possible to ski in the morning and sunbathe in the afternoon. Visit all the major sites on this informative city tour. See Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre and Public Library, Chinatown, the two major sporting arenas and Historic Gastown. You will be given some free time to shop or enjoy a bite to eat at bustling Robson Street before continuing into the heart of Stanley Park – 1000 acres of forest and gardens surrounded by beaches – where you will again have time to explore on foot.
Grouse Mountain Skyride, £39 per person - Experience a spectacular mountain top adventure 365 days of the year at the peak of Vancouver. During summer enjoy helicopter tours, lumberjack shows, the Grouse Mountain Wildlife Refuge for endangered wildlife, birds in motion demonstrations and so much more. In winter, discover the snowy wonderland renowned for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice skating and sleigh rides. Throughout the year, relax and savour great tastes at any of the superb restaurants from casual to elegant dining.
Grouse Mountain Sunset Tour, £49 per person - A wonderful alternative to the daytime Vancouver tours. Your tour starts with a scenic journey aboard a trolley bus through renowned Stanley Park before heading over spectacular Lions Gate Bridge. From here you will be taken to the base of Grouse Mountain where you will board a gondola to whisk you to her peak. The one mile journey will take you high above the forests and between mountain peaks, affording stunning views of the city skyline, harbour and far-off Vancouver Island. At the summit, you have around two hours to explore, dine or simply enjoy the wonderful sunset views. There are a host of restaurants that cater for all tastes and reservations can be made aboard your trolley bus. Other attractions include Grouse Mountain's Mile High Theatre in the Sky where you can view Canada's first high definition video presentation "Born to Fly" or the grizzly bear cub orphanage where Grinder and Coola romp and play in a protected natural habitat. After two hours exploring the mountain, return to the base and re-board the Trolley for the return trip to your point of embarkation.
Vancouver Panorama Seaplane Tour, £93 per person - Enjoy unforgettable aerial views of Downtown Vancouver and her surrounds as you take a thrilling over this wonderful city and close to the surrounding mountains. This is the ideal introduction to seaplane aviation. Take off on the sea on this 20-minute flight over beautiful Vancouver. You will see all the major downtown sights and also experience spectacular views of Grouse Mountain before the tour concludes with a thrilling landingback on the water.
Whistler & Shannon Falls, £94 per person - Journey along the Sea-to-Sky Highway to Whistler through a spectacular mountain paradise where you will discover cascading waterfalls, pristine virgin forest, breathtaking mountain views and snow covered peaks. Your journey starts with wonderful views of majestic Howe Sound as you follow the scenic highway that winds along this glacial fjord past picturesque seascapes and old growth rainforest. Circling bald eagles can often been seen as will as a host of other migratory birds. Continue along the Sea-to-Sky highway into the Canadian Rockies past mountain scenes and snowcapped peaks. Various photogenic stops will be made en route to Whistler including the 335-metre high Shannon Falls, the third highest waterfall in British Columbia and Brandywine Falls. On arrival in Whistler you will enjoy plenty of free time to explore this bustling mountain resort, dine and shop. During the summer you will have the chance to ride the gondola to the Peak of Whistler Mountain (gondola ticket payable locally) for stunning views across the Rockies. The leisurely journey back to Vancouver includes further scenic stops and points of interest.
Whale Watching Safari, £108 per person - If you're in Vancouver between April and October, you must take this 'once in a lifetime' tour to witness these magnificent and intelligent animals who are at the very top of the ocean's food chain. The Orca or Killer whales visit the North West Pacific coast around Vancouver regularly between April and October in search of salmon. Sighting chances are 85 per cent and you are also likely to encounter other marine wild life such as Dall's Porpoises, seals, sea lions, and bald eagles. On rare occasions Minke whales and sea elephants have been encountered. You travel protected from the elements in covered, comfortable, high-speed boats equipped with washroom facilities.
Day by day
Day 1 London to Vancouver
Fly direct from London to Vancouver. When you have arrived pick up your car from the airport and drive to your first hotel. Enjoy this evening at leisure.
Day 2 Vancouver
A full day at leisure in Vancouver allows you to explore the sights and take in the culture. A great way to get around and see the sights is by taking hop-on hop-off city tour. Why not take a trip to Grouse Mountain and enjoy the spectacular views from the Skyride or take a city tour for a great way to see the city or a harbour cruise to get a different perspective.
Day 3 Vancouver to Victoria
Enjoy some breakfast this morning before making your way to Victoria for the next 2 nights. When you have arrived park your car, check in and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.
Day 4 Victoria
Why not pre-book and enjoy a whale watching excursion. The waters surrounding southern Vancouver Island are home to a host of marine wildlife. The most popular being the orca whales which can be seen from mid April to mid October. Wildlife excursions range from high-speed zodiac tours to cruises aboard covered yachts. Return from whale watching and walk across the street to The Fairmont Empress Hotel
For Afternoon Tea. Afternoon Tea at The Fairmont Empress is a time
-honoured tradition in the lobby tea room, complete with impeccable service, a fine selection of teas, finger sandwiches, scones, preserves, Jersey cream and a variety of sweets. After tea, head for a tour of the Royal BC Museum and experience the Natural and Human History of British Columbia and its First Peoples through unique displays and galleries.
Day 5 Victoria to Tofino
This morning grab some breakfast before making your way to Tofino. The journey will take about 4 hours so gives you plenty of time to stop on the way and break up the journey. When you arrive you will have the evening to enjoy at leisure.
Day 6 Tofino
You have a full day here to enjoy the stunning coast line and the local cuisine.
Day 7 Tofino to Campbell’s River
After an early morning stroll along the beach make your way to your next destination Campbell’s River. The Journey takes approximately 3hours 40 minutes so you should arrive just after lunch time. Once you have settled in your hotel enjoy the evening at leisure.
Day 8 Campbell’s River
You have a full day at leisure.
Day 9 Campbell’s river to Vancouver
This morning drive back to Vancouver which will take 4 hour. You have an overnight stay here.
Day 10 Vancouver to London
Enjoy the morning doing some last minute shopping before driving to the airport ready for your flight home.
Day 11 London
Arrive back into the UK after a fantastic holiday.