The 5 Best Tours and Excursions From Vancouver

There's so much to see and do outside Vancouver, including a day trip to Whistler | Photo by Tim Graham/Getty Images
There's so much to see and do outside Vancouver, including a day trip to Whistler | Photo by Tim Graham/Getty Images
Photo of Chloe Byrne
11 June 2020

Vancouver is a cultural wonderland with a historic heart. Days can be spent time-traveling to the old-world neighborhood of Gastown – complete with a whistling steam clock and Victorian buildings – or losing yourself in the colorful swirl of Downtown’s independent galleries. It’s a magnet for creatives, and with so much nature on its doorstep providing ample opportunities for hiking, biking and kayaking, a haven for adventure junkies.

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ToursFraser Valley Winery Tour
From $194 per person
5 hours
4.9 (18)

Venture into the heart of winemaking country on this tour of Fraser Valley. Set off for the town of Langley with an in-the-know guide will keep you entertained with stories about the region and the Greater Vancouver area. Over multiple stops, you’ll learn all about the grape harvest, history and winemaking process of each establishment. Bring extra cash if you’re looking to try the honey wine or a chardonnay once served to the Queen of England, as tastings are not included.

ToursWhistler Day Trip With Sea-to-Sky Gondola Ride
From $147 per person
11 hours 30 minutes
4.6 (19)

A parade of eye-popping views await on this tour along the famous Highway 99 to snow-capped Whistler. Winding past snaking fjords, cavernous lakes and weather-beaten shorelines, you will disembark at Squamish to take the Sea-to-Sky Gondola. As the cable car glides up the mountain, look out for the deep crease of Howe Sound and the torrent of Squamish River. At the top there is plenty of time to explore and grab a bevvy before it is on to Brandywine Falls. Once you’ve taken in the 230ft (70m) cascade and its rock-studded basin, you’ll wrap up the tour at Whistler Village before heading back.

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