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3-Day Victoria & Butchart Gardens Sightseeing with City Tour from Vancouver

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    • All vehicles feature Air-Conditioning, Reclining Seats, Professional Driver on board 
    • Luggage shall not exceed the dimensions 27 x 21 x 14 inches or maximum 62" linear inches and can weigh up to 23kg

     

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    Hotel
    • Economy = 1 to 2 stars 
    • Standard = 2 to 3 stars 
    • Deluxe = 4 to 5 stars
    • Max. occupancy per room: 4
    • Quantity selection = Number of room

    Tour Guide

    Select tour guide to enjoy a worry-free holiday! Our friendly and knowledgeable tour guide will
    take care of everything upon greeting you.
    Tour guide primary responsibilities:-
    ● Accommodation check-in
    ● Meal recommendations
    ● Provide information about the history and culture of popular attractions
    ● Arrangement of travel tickets and entry to attractions

    • 750 $
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    Admission Ticket
    • 40 $
    • 35 $
    • 45 $

    Customized Tour

Vancouver, a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia, is among Canada’s densest, most ethnically diverse cities. A popular filming location, it’s surrounded by mountains, and also has thriving art, theatre and music scenes. Vancouver Art Gallery is known for its works by regional artists, while the Museum of Anthropology houses preeminent First Nations collections. Victoria, capital of British Columbia, sits on the craggy southern end of Vancouver Island. With abundant parkland, it’s known for outdoor activities. The city’s British colonial past shows in its Victorian architecture, including stately Craigdarroch Castle mansion. Butchart Gardens, with 55 acres of vivid floral displays, plus statuary, water features and a carousel, is one of many formal gardens in the city.

 

Day 1: Vancouver, BC

Today, we are starting our tour at Vancouver, BC and you can choose to be picking up from Vancouver or Richmond-area hotel. If you wish to be picking up outside of Vancouver or Richmond-areas, please advise your pick up address when check out. ***Please note that surcharge may apply for picking up outside of Vancouver.

We are going to explore this popular filming city with your selected type of vehicle. First we are going to Canada Place and Olympic Cauldron which is constructed for the 2010 Winter Olympics, Vancouver’s Olympic Cauldron stands as a reminder of the legacy of those great games. Both places located by the Vancouver Convention Center, the cauldron is an interesting piece of architecture. Next, we are going to Gastown and Chinatown area to enjoy our lunch. We would stay here for some time to explore the area before continue to the enchanting sights of the English Bay beach area, followed by the market on Granville Island which is a peninsula off of the main hub of the city of Vancouver, a shopping district across the water from the downtown area, as well as a center of art and culture for the city.

In the late evening, we will back to hotel for rest. Our hotel arrangement will be 20 – 30 minutes away from Downtown.

  • Economy Hotel: Comfort Inn & Suites North Vancouver/Travelodge Hotel Vancouver Airport or similar hotel
  • Standard Hotel: Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport/Howard Johnson Hotel Vancouver Downtown or similar hotel
  • Deluxe Hotel: Hilton Vancouver Metrotown/Element Vancouver Metrotown or similar hotel

 

Day 2: Vancouver, BC  Victoria  Butchart Gardens  Vancouver, BC

After the comfort stay at the hotel, we will start our tour with a scenic ferry ride across the Georgie Straight from Vancouver to Victoria, BC. We would advise you could select pre-payment for the ferry ride to reserved ticket as early as the convenience.

Upon arrival, we will visit the BC Parliament Buildings, Thunderbird Park and Chinatown. We are going to enjoy our lunch at the area before we visit the Mile Zero Monument and Beacon Hill Park.

In the afternoon, we are going to visit the Butchart Gardens which is world-famous floral gardens are located on a 55-acre estate on Vancouver Island’s southeastern point in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. You could find out the answer why people from around the world have been coming to see the gardens for more than 100 years and now you can even pre-paid the entrance fee when check out at shopping cart!

At the end of the day we will take the ferry back to Vancouver. Our hotel arrangement will be 20 – 30 minutes away from Downtown.

  • Economy Hotel: Comfort Inn & Suites North Vancouver/Travelodge Hotel Vancouver Airport or similar hotel
  • Standard Hotel: Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport/Howard Johnson Hotel Vancouver Downtown or similar hotel
  • Deluxe Hotel: Hilton Vancouver Metrotown/Element Vancouver Metrotown or similar hotel

 

Day 3: Vancouver, BC

Today, we will wind our way through historic and modern architecture en route to Stanley Park, where we will see the First Nations Totem Poles where stand as testaments to the First Nations people and their culture. We will also will have photography break at the Prospect Point which can looks out over Vancouver Harbour and the Pacific Ocean. We will have the chance to shoot the wonderful view of Lions Gate Bridge from this spot.

After the tour, we are heading to the famous and stunning Capilano Suspension Bridge. This breathtaking, 460-foot-long pedestrian suspension bridge takes guests through the treetops above the Capilano River in an eponymous park in North Vancouver. It has existed in some form since 1889, though it has been rebuilt several times.

In the evening, we will back to Vancouver to conclude our tour. Please advise your drop off address when check out.

 

 

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Vancouver
SUGGESTED DEPARTURE TIME 8:00am to maximize sightseeing time
INCLUDED
10 hours per day ground transportation with driver via selected vehicle type Driver overnight fee
Hotel accommodation (usually 20-30 minutes drive at nearby city) Driver meals and drinks
Service fees (gratuity) for bus driver and/or tour guide  
NOT INCLUDED
Hotel resort fee Air fares or transportation fee between your city and the departure city
All meals and drinks during the trip Attractions admission ticket (Can be added in shopping cart)
Extra working hour fee: Depends on the vehicle size you selected (Driver and/or tour guide’s working hour : 10 hours per day) Personal room fees included but not limited to laundry or valet services, telephone calls, or alcoholic beverages/mini bar items
Any private expenses  

 

ATTRACTIONS

 

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Canada Place

Canada Place is a building situated on the Burrard Inlet waterfront of Vancouver, British Columbia. It is the home of the Vancouver Convention Centre, the Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel, Vancouver’s World Trade Centre, and the virtual flight ride FlyOver Canada. The building’s exterior is covered by fabric roofs resembling sails. It is also the main cruise ship terminal for the region, where Vancouver’s famous cruises to Alaska originate.

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Gastown

Gastown Vancouver is one of the premier cultural centers of the city whistling Steam Clock and mix of souvenir shops, indie art galleries and decor stores in Victorian buildings. If you are a culture seeker and art lover or if you love architecture, this area is the perfect place for you. Additionally you will find a wide range of shops of various kinds here.

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Granville Island

Granville Island is a peninsula and shopping district in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is located across False Creek from Downtown Vancouver, under the south end of the Granville Street Bridge. The area has received much acclaim in recent years for its buildings and shopping experience. The area was named after Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville.

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Victoria, BC

Victoria the capital city of the Canadian province of British Columbia, is on the southern tip of Vancouver Island off Canada’s Pacific coast. Named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and, at the time, British North America, Victoria is one of the oldest cities in the Pacific Northwest, with British settlement beginning in 1843. The city has retained a large number of its historic buildings, in particular its two most famous landmarks, Legislative buildings (finished in 1897 and home of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia) and the Empress hotel (opened in 1908).

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BC Parliament Buildings

The British Columbia Parliament Buildings are located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and are home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia.
The Neo-baroque buildings face north on Belleville street facing the Inner Harbour and diagonally across from The Empress Hotel. A statue of Queen Victoria stands on the front lawn as well a statue of a soldier to commemorate the province’s World War I, World War II and Korean War dead. Atop the central dome is a gold-covered statue of Captain George Vancouver.

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Thunderbird Park

Thunderbird Park is a park in Victoria, British Columbia next to the Royal British Columbia Museum. The park is home to many totem poles and other First Nation monuments. The park takes its name from the mythological Thunderbird of Indigenous North American cultures which is depicted on many totem poles.

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Beacon Hill Park

Beacon Hill Park is a 75 ha (200 acre) park located along the shore of Juan de Fuca Strait in Victoria, British Columbia. The park is popular both with tourists and locals, and contains a number of amenities including woodland and shoreline trails, two playgrounds, a waterpark, playing fields, a petting zoo, tennis courts, many ponds, and landscaped gardens.

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First Nations Totem Poles

Totem poles are monumental carvings, a type of Northwest Coast art, consisting of poles, posts or pillars, carved with symbols or figures, are monuments created by First Nations of the Pacific Northwest to represent and commemorate ancestry, histories, people, or events.

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Lions Gate Bridge

The Lions Gate Bridge, opened in 1938, officially known as the First Narrows Bridge, is a suspension bridge that crosses the first narrows of Burrard Inlet and connects the City of Vancouver, British Columbia, to the North Shore municipalities of the District of North Vancouver.

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1 review for 3-Day Victoria & Butchart Gardens Sightseeing with City Tour from Vancouver

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    CaronWG

    Stanley Park was highly recommended by our family and you can walk or cycle round, this park is beautiful with full of activities and things to do and see. Whether it is sunny or not it is still a beautiful walk. I love it!

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