Travel Itinerary

Day 1

Private transfer from airport to hotel

The Fairmont Waterfront ★★★★ (4 nights)
Day 2

Stanley Park horse-drawn tour

Enjoy a scenic tour of Stanley Park aboard our charming horse-drawn vehicles, guided by professionals. Explore Vancouver’s iconic landmarks including Deadman’s Island, the harbor, and the Lions Gate Bridge, with stops at the Totem Poles, Girl in a Wet Suit Statue, S.S. Empress of Japan Figurehead, and Rose Garden.

Vancouver Aquarium tickets

Day 3

Vancouver Highlights walking tour

Join this Vancouver city tour for approximately 3 hours, exploring diverse neighborhoods based on your preferences. Experience Gastown’s iconic Steamclock, wander through Coal Harbour and Canada Place and immerse yourself in Yaletown’s trendy atmosphere with its vibrant dining and shopping scene. Conclude your adventure with a visit to Granville Island, often the final stop on our journey.

Panoramic view of the city of Vancouver with skyscrapers and trees.
Day 4

Vancouver lookout tickets

Ride a glass elevator 168 meters high for a panoramic 360° view of Vancouver’s skyline, including Stanley Park, Gastown, and the Northshore mountains. Since 1977, Vancouver Lookout has been an iconic landmark offering insights into the city’s history through information panels and a complimentary self-guided audio tour.

Day 5

Private transfer from hotel to pier

Ferry from Vancouver to Victoria

Private transfer from pier to hotel

Hotel The Fairmont Empress ★★★★ (3 nights)

Tea Time reservation at The Empress Blend
Day 6

Butchart Gardens & Wine Country tour

Experience the delights of Vancouver Island’s wine and cider scene on a relaxed tour, available from May to September. Visit two estates near Butchart Gardens, savoring award-winning small-batch wines and ciders paired with charcuterie amidst stunning Peninsula views. Perfect for nature lovers seeking a country escape or those interested in local flavors beyond the city’s hustle and bustle.

Day 7

Victoria walking tour

Explore Victoria’s history on a walking tour, from the 1910 fire to the city’s oldest brick building. Stroll along Government St, admiring 1800s architecture and learning about early settlers. Visit Chinatown, Fan Tan Alley, and possibly the Chinese Museum, followed by Wharf Street’s maritime sites. Experience Fisherman’s Wharf’s unique marine atmosphere, with working vessels and float homes. This tour offers a glimpse into Victoria’s past with much more to discover.

Day 8

Private transfer to airport

Fly home