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Vancouver, nestled between the majestic Rockies and the Pacific Ocean, is a vibrant city renowned for its stunning natural beauty, diverse culture, and thriving urban scene. Boasting a picturesque skyline framed by mountains and ocean vistas, Vancouver offers a unique blend of outdoor adventures and cosmopolitan delights. From exploring lush parks and pristine beaches to savoring world-class cuisine and discovering eclectic neighborhoods, Vancouver captivates visitors with its charm and endless possibilities for exploration. Whether strolling along the waterfront, skiing on nearby slopes, or immersing oneself in cultural experiences, Vancouver promises an unforgettable experience for all who visit.

Price starting from $ 1019  Land only


Nestled between the Rockies and the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver stands as one of Canada's largest and most stunning cities. It seamlessly merges urban living with outdoor escapades, offering a blend of downtown sophistication and natural beauty. Here, charming boutiques and top-tier restaurants coexist with the breathtaking backdrop of mountains and coastal shores.

Vancouver beckons with a plethora of outdoor activities, making it an ideal destination for nature enthusiasts. Whether you prefer lounging on pristine beaches, embarking on thrilling whale-watching excursions, trekking along scenic mountain trails, or cycling through the expansive Stanley Park–spanning 400 acres at the city's core–there's something for everyone to enjoy amidst Vancouver's captivating landscapes.


On arrival, transfer from Vancouver International Airport/Cruise Terminal/Pacific Central Station to hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure. 

With a wide-open evening ahead, you can fully immerse yourself in Vancouver's enchanting allure at your own pace. The city presents an array of captivating activities and experiences to indulge in, from leisurely strolls along the scenic seawall, exploring lively neighborhoods, to relishing diverse culinary delights at local restaurants.

Overnight in Vancouver

Explore the captivating history and vibrant presence of Vancouver on this captivating tour that takes you through urban landscapes, picturesque seaside parks, and ancient rainforests. The journey begins in downtown, where you'll discover iconic landmarks like Canada Place, the site of the 2010 Olympic Cauldron.

Wander through a blend of modern and historic architecture, passing by the Arts and Financial Districts, and the trendy shopping hub of Robson Street. Then, venture into the enchanting Stanley Park, a 1,000-acre urban rainforest, providing a serene escape amidst the bustling city.

Cross the Lions Gate Bridge to Vancouver's scenic North Shore, where the majestic Capilano Suspension Bridge Park awaits. Immerse yourself in the rich culture of First Nations as you explore their impressive artwork and learn the history at the Story Centre.

From the Cliffwalk, marvel at the towering cedars and the Capilano River flowing far below in the valley. Feel the thrill of walking across the suspended bridge, leading to the other side, where the TreeTops Adventure promises unique and educational experiences.

Returning through Stanley Park and English Bay, prepare your senses for an immersion in the lively Granville Island Market. Indulge in local and handmade artisan products, relish delicious food, coffee, and tea, and be captivated by eclectic artwork and West Coast music.

Continue the journey through bustling Chinatown, a homage to the Far East, and then make your way to historic Gastown, the heart of Vancouver and the place where it all began. Throughout this tour, you'll witness the vibrant past and the dynamic present of Vancouver, a city that beautifully harmonizes nature with urban life.

Overnight in Vancouver

Take full advantage of a day of leisure and relaxation in Vancouver, embracing the chance to immerse yourself in the city's captivating ambiance and discover its various attractions at your own rhythm.

Begin your day with a leisurely walk along the picturesque seawall, where the waterfront and mountains unveil breathtaking vistas. Inhale the crisp ocean breeze, savoring the tranquility of Vancouver's natural landscapes. Alternatively, consider enhancing your experience by pre-booking one of our recommended add-ons to make your day even more special.

Add-on: Day trip to Victoria and Butchart Gardens - USD 180 Per person on Seat-In-Coach basis
Embark on a full-day guided tour from Vancouver City to Victoria, the capital city of British Columbia. Experience the excitement of spotting marine life as you sail on a BC Ferry to Vancouver Island. Once there, immerse yourself in the beauty of the renowned Butchart Gardens, boasting over 900 varieties of flowers across 50 acres.

Your journey commences in downtown Vancouver aboard a comfortable, climate-controlled bus. A 90-minute BC Ferry ride awaits, taking you through the scenic Southern Gulf Islands across the Georgia Strait. Keep a keen eye out for orcas during this captivating voyage.

Upon arriving on Vancouver Island, the tour proceeds to the captivating Butchart Gardens, a designated National Historic Site of Canada. Witness millions of bedding plants in an array of colors and explore the expansive 50-acre garden at a leisurely pace for two hours.

Heading to downtown Victoria, you'll pass through Canada's oldest China Town and the picturesque Victoria Harbor, including the Inner Harbor. In the heart of downtown, you'll have free time to discover the local area.

Indulge in a leisurely stroll around the Inner Harbor, immerse yourself in the thriving arts and cultural scene, or visit iconic landmarks like the historic Empress Hotel or the Royal BC Museum.

As the day concludes, take the ferry and bus back to your meeting point in Vancouver, reflecting on the memorable experiences and unforgettable sights of Victoria that have enriched your adventure.

Add-on: Day trip to Whistler - USD 145 Per person on a Seat-In-Coach basis
Depart from Vancouver, embarking on an enchanting journey to Whistler. Marvel at the breathtaking panoramas of the ocean, towering mountains, and majestic glaciers, while keeping an eye out for the chance to spot fascinating local wildlife.

The first captivating stop on this adventure is Shannon Falls, renowned as the third-highest waterfall in British Columbia. Witness water gracefully cascading over a series of cliffs, tumbling from an impressive height of 335 meters (1,099 feet). You'll find two viewing platforms just a short walk from the parking lot, providing the perfect vantage point to admire the falls' grandeur.

Next on the itinerary is the Sea to Sky Gondola, located just south of Squamish. A short ride will carry you up to the summit, situated an astounding 885 meters above sea level. Take this moment to relish the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain ranges and the turquoise waters of Howe Sound. Enjoy the leisure to savor a delectable meal, embark on invigorating hikes along the trails, and simply bask in the natural beauty that envelopes you.

Continuing along the picturesque Sea to Sky Highway, you'll soon arrive at the world-famous Whistler Village. The charming pedestrian-only village boasts a myriad of delights to suit every taste. Take four hours to explore the village's world-class restaurants and indulge in shopping for unique souvenirs. Alternatively, let yourself wander through the enchanting streets, taking in the ambiance of this renowned destination.

As the day draws to a close, watch the sunset illuminate the journey back to Vancouver, cherishing the memories of an extraordinary day filled with natural wonders and unforgettable experiences in Whistler.

Overnight in Vancouver

After breakfast, morning is at leisure, afternoon checkout and transfer to Cruise Terminal/Pacific Central Station/Vancouver Airport. 


  • 03 Nights accommodation in TWN/DBL sharing basis at listed hotels or similar
  • Daily breakfast at restaurant in the hotel
  • Arrival and departure transfers on private basis
  • Sightseeing tours on seat-in-coach basis with local English speaking driver/guide
  • Entrance fees to visit attractions as per itinerary
  • All hotel taxes


  • All other meals & other sightseeing or services
  • Any type of mandatory fee like a resort fee / city tax etc. has to be paid at the hotel directly
  • Any other services or Items not mentioned above as included
  • Gratuities for meals, tourist guides , drivers


Entry Requirement: For entry into Canada (or the U.S. on the tour extension), both U.S. and Canadian citizens must possess a valid passport with an expiration date that extends at least six months beyond the date of reentry.
If you are not a U.S. or Canadian citizen, you should contact your destination country's consulate to determine the specific entry requirements.
U.S. citizens must have valid government-issued identification for air travel within the United States. Starting May 7, 2025, state-issued IDs or driver's licenses used for air travel must meet Real ID requirements. Real ID-compliant versions of these IDs will display either a yellow or black star, a white star inside a yellow or black circle, or a white star inside a bear in the top right-hand corner. For more information, visit
Similarly, Canadian citizens need valid government-issued identification for air travel within Canada.

Baggage: It's important to be aware that each traveler is restricted to one checked bag and one carry-on bag due to limited storage space on motor coaches and other transportation, such as train connections or flights, that are part of the tour.
For specific details on baggage size and weight restrictions, including on-tour flights and your round-trip flights to and from the tour, please contact your airline(s) directly. Keep in mind that the baggage limits for the included on-tour flights may be more restrictive.
Keep in mind that some airlines may apply additional charges if you decide to check any baggage or exceed the size and weight limitations. Please be advised that you are responsible for covering any baggage fees incurred on all flights.
To ensure smooth travel, it's recommended to label your baggage and keep valuable items, medication, and important documents in your carry-on bag.

Packing Tips: Packing tip: It is advisable to pack lightweight and loose-fitting clothing that can be easily layered to adapt to changing temperatures. Don't forget to include a light jacket or rainwear for unpredictable weather conditions.
For spring and fall departures, ensure your comfort during outdoor sightseeing by packing a warm coat, hat, and gloves. Avoid wearing cotton whenever possible, as it is not the most effective insulator.
For sightseeing, it is recommended to have a sturdy pair of walking shoes or sneakers.
If you plan to visit high-end restaurants or attend special performances, consider packing dressier attire for those occasions.

Health: Before your departure, it is essential to consult with your doctor or healthcare provider at least 60 days in advance to stay informed about the latest updates and entry requirements. You can also visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website at for additional information.
During the summer months, be cautious about sun exposure and heat, taking necessary precautions to protect yourself.
If you require daily medication, ensure that you have an adequate supply for the entire tour duration, considering any potential delays that might occur.
For those with dietary restrictions or food allergies, please notify Voyages Hub at least 30 days before departure by updating your traveler information in your account. If you need to update this information closer to your departure date, please contact our Customer Experience Team.

Cuisine: Canadian cuisine shares many similarities with British cuisine, and Americans will also find several familiar elements. During your time in Canada, consider sampling local favorites such as butter tarts, poutine, and dishes featuring maple syrup.

Health and Insurance: Consider obtaining travel insurance to cover any unexpected medical expenses. Make sure you have any necessary vaccinations recommended by your healthcare provider.

Currency: The official currency in Canada is the Canadian Dollar (CAD). It is advisable to have some cash on hand, but credit cards are widely accepted.

Language: Canada has two official languages, English and French. English is spoken in most regions, but in Quebec and parts of other provinces, French is predominant.

Electrical Outlets: The standard voltage in Canada is 120V, and the plugs are of type A and B. If your devices use a different voltage or plug type, bring appropriate adapters.

Wifi: Most hotels offer Wi-Fi, but there might be some associated charges in certain cases. Wi-Fi is not available on any of the motor coaches. For information about roaming charges, please get in touch with your mobile service provider.

Time Zones: Canada spans multiple time zones due to its vast geographical expanse. The time zones in Canada are as follows:

  1. Pacific Standard Time (PST) - UTC-8:00 (observed in parts of British Columbia)
  2. Mountain Standard Time (MST) - UTC-7:00 (observed in Alberta)
  3. Central Standard Time (CST) - UTC-6:00 (observed in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, part of Ontario)
  4. Eastern Standard Time (EST) - UTC-5:00 (observed in most of Ontario, Quebec, and parts of Nunavut)
  5. Atlantic Standard Time (AST) - UTC-4:00 (observed in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and parts of Labrador)
  6. Newfoundland Standard Time (NST) - UTC-3:30 (observed in Newfoundland and Labrador)
    Note that some regions in Canada observe daylight saving time, which may result in the clocks being adjusted forward by one hour in the spring and set back by one hour in the fall. This can vary by province and territory.

Tipping and Gratuity: Upon completing your tour, it is customary to provide a gratuity to your Tour Director and driver in the local currency. Please consider the current exchange rates when offering tips.
We suggest tipping your Tour Director an amount equal to $ 8 USD to $ 10 USD per person per day, and your driver an amount equal to $ 3 USD per person per day.
If you had local guides during the tour, it is also recommended to offer them an amount equal to $ 2 USD per person.

Kindly note that gratuities can only be paid in cash.

Payment policy

Deposit:           US$300 per person [Non-refundable / Non-transferable]
50% Deposit:  145 Days before departure
Full Balance:    90 Days before departure

Cancellation policy

  • From the date of booking to 145 days before departure: $300 per person Non-Refundable / Non-transferrable Deposit + interruption insurance cost (if purchased) + Cost of Air ticket if issued
  • 144-90 days before departure: 50% of the cost per person
  • 89 days or fewer before departure: No refund is available.

A person becoming single because of the roommate’s cancellation must pay the single supplement
All payment cut-off dates are firm, and missing deadlines without approved extensions will result in cancellations without refunds being offered. 


Voyages Hub reserves the right to levy a surcharge commensurate to the fuel increase at the time of operation of this movement.