Vancouver Walking Tour: Coal Harbour & Stanley Park

The best way to really get to know a city is to feel it under your feet. Let one of our expert local guides show you Vancouver up close and intimate. 

We start our tour  at 9:30 AM, outside the doors of the Tourism Vancouver Visitor Centre, 200 Burrard Street just across the street from Canada Place on Vancouver's waterfront. Our walk begins at 9:30 AM along the world famous sea wall at the water's edge with its' stunning vistas of the harbour, the north shore mountains overlooking Vancouver and the Vancouver skyline. Along the way your guide will point out many restaurants and areas of interest you may wish to visit later, like Grouse Mountain and the Capilano Suspension Bridge.

Arriving in the 1000 Acre Stanley Park, Vancouver's urban oasis, we will visit Lost Lagoon, the rose gardens, stroll cool forest paths (while still in the city), and experience the local aboriginal native culture at the Klahowya Village and totem pole displays.

 

Finally we will stop to enjoy the artists in the park and the displays of their work and finish up outside the renowned Vancouver Aquarium.

 At the end of the tour your guide will leave you with clear directions on the many options available for further explorations in the park including a visit to the Vancouver Aquarium and/or a return to your starting point.

 

This three hour tour is not private and requires only normal fitness levels. Total walking distance approximately two miles or 4.5 kms.

One of our talented local guides will show you the town up close. Leave the bus crowd behind and enjoy a personalized commentary and stroll at an easy pace.
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Walking Tour CDN$ 45 per person

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