• Activités de tourisme

  • Rocky Mountains

    Rocky Mountains

    Banff National Park is the most photographed place in Canada. The cascading mountains, clear lakes, raging rivers, glaciers, bears, eagles, elk, and other animals are just the backdrop...
    Rocky Mountains
  • Seattle

    Seattle

    Pike Market, the first Starbucks, shopping, and Seattle Mariner's baseball are tour highlights. This multi-cultural United States cosmopolitan city is full of world-class street performers, restaurants, and activities...
    Seattle
  • Grouse Mountain

    Grouse Mountain

    Vancouver's top tourist attraction in summer features, grizzly bear habitat, wolves habitat, wind turbine, gondola, theatre, hiking, and more. In the winter, experience ice skating, skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing...
    Grouse Mountain
  • Science World

    Science World

    Located at the end of False Creek, this is a Vancouver landmark. Learning about science is made fun through interactive exhibits. Watch an Omnimax movie on a giant movie screen like none other. Feature exhibits like Body World...
    Science World
  • Playland

    Playland

    Up and down, around and around. I hope you're not afraid of heights. This is Vancouver's only amusement park. With games, roller coasters, and all kinds of rides, I'm sure you will have a good time...
    Playland
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge

    Capilano Suspension Bridge

    Escape into the majestic rainforest on one of the longest foot suspension bridges in the world. The Treetop adventure consists of 7 smaller suspension bridges in the canopy of the trees. Opening for 2011 is the cliffhanger walk. Walk along the side of a cliff…..if you dare...
    Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge

    Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge

    This rustic adventure crosses a raging river in North Vancouver. Set in the mountains, it's a perfect place for a leisurely hike...
    Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge
  • Chinatown

    Chinatown

    Vancouver has the 2nd largest Chinatown in North America. It's history dates back to when Chinese settlers worked on the National railroad, as well as the mining industry...
    Chinatown
  • Victoria

    Victoria

    Victoria is the capital of British Columbia and it holds our beautiful parliament buildings. The city is full of old English style character including the Butchart Gardens (traditional English gardens), as well as horse and carriage rides...
    Victoria
  • Granville Island

    Granville Island

    Street performers, fresh local farmer's market, Canadian hand-made souvenirs, live theatre, restaurants; these are some of the reasons why thousands of tourists visit this Vancouver attraction...
    Granville Island
  • Whistler

    Whistler

    Just 2 hours from downtown Vancouver, Whistler just hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. You can do anything in Whistler; skiing, snowboarding, bungee jumping, kayaking, biking, hiking...
    Whistler
  • Bike Riding Stanley Park

    Bike Riding Stanley Park

    Rent bikes and join our guide around the 10 km seawall. The 1000-acre Stanley Park has 1/3 of it in its natural state. Located in the downtown of Vancouver (2 million population), feel like your traveling through a remote temperate rainforest, because you are...
    Bike Riding Stanley Park
  • Vancouver Aquarium

    Vancouver Aquarium

    Whales, dolphins, sea lions and otters, oh my! Vancouver Aquarium is active in conserving our oceans through research. This non-profit organization uses its animals and fish to educate people about ocean sustainability...
    Vancouver Aquarium
  • UBC Walking Tour

    UBC Walking Tour

    University of British Columbia campus is isolated on the tip of Point Grey. It's 3 parts surrounded by ocean and 1 part surrounded by Pacific Spirit Regional Park. 40,000 students attend UBC and it's history dates back to the beginning of the 20th century...
    UBC Walking Tour
  • SFU Walking Tour

    SFU Walking Tour

    Simon Fraser University is located on the top of Burnaby Mountain. Its architecture is extremely distinctive and the views are unbeatable. Learn about the different programs the University offers for education and student clubs and activities...
    SFU Walking Tour
  • Museum of Anthropology

    Museum of Anthropology

    Nobody really knows how far back the aboriginals were here on this land. See the evidence of their history and uncover the clues to how it all began. Feature exhibits change but the archives have pieces from all over the world to see and learn about...
    Museum of Anthropology
  • Planetarium

    Planetarium

    Up, up, and away. This dedication to astronomy has moon rocks, flight simulators, and a giant movie theatre. Learn more about our universe, planets, our sun, and stars...
    Planetarium
  • Vancouver Lookout

    Vancouver Lookout

    Once was the tallest building in Vancouver, still today the Vancouver Lookout helps you see our city from an eagle's perspective. A tour guide will highlight our city's greatest buildings, industries, and landscapes...
    Vancouver Lookout
  • Vancouver Museum

    Vancouver Museum

    Newly renovated, this museum has exhibits that feature British Columbia, like local farming, local shoe designers, and history for example. See an Egyptian mummy...
    Vancouver Museum
  • Vancouver Maritime Museum

    Vancouver Maritime Museum

    European explorers discovered Vancouver in the late 1800s. The ships remain. If you like boats, you will love this local collection. There is so much to learn...
    Vancouver Maritime Museum
  • Burnaby Village Museum

    Burnaby Village Museum

    Burnaby Village Museum will take you back in time. It has an old carrousel ride that still works. Flashback to the past and learn how to pan for gold or make horse hooves...
    Burnaby Village Museum
  • Salmon Hatchery

    Salmon Hatchery

    Located on the Capilano River, this is a perfect place to learn about the salmon life cycle. In and around it is our West Coast Rainforest perfect for a afternoon hike...
    Salmon Hatchery
  • Cleveland Dam

    Cleveland Dam

    This popular tourist attraction provides Vancouver with 1/3 of its fresh water supply. Perfect for hiking and taking pictures, this place is simply beautiful...
    Cleveland Dam
  • 218 Flavors of Gelato

    218 Flavors of Gelato

    Just 10 minutes from downtown Vancouver, La Casa Gelato has a flavor of ice cream for everyone. With 218 choices to choose from, you can try garlic, wasabi, or even curry ice cream...
    218 Flavors of Gelato
  • Butchart Gardens

    Butchart Gardens

    On Vancouver Island, the Butchart Gardens transports you to Queen Elizabeth's gardens in England. The traditional English gardens has acres of plant varieties...
    Butchart Gardens
  • VanDusen Gardens

    VanDusen Gardens

    The Christmas lights at VanDusen Gardens are the best in Vancouver, During the summer months, the flowers are in bloom and local animals are out and about...
    VanDusen Gardens
  • Queen Elizabeth Park

    Queen Elizabeth Park

    The views from the top of this hill show you the North Vancouver Mountains and the city skyline. The Bloedel Conservatory has exotic birds and animals to see and take pictures of. Walk through a rose garden and through the trails...
    Queen Elizabeth Park
  • Police Museum

    Police Museum

    The Vancouver Police Department has a fantastic forensic science program special for English Language students. CSI and other science TV shows have sparked an interest in the museum (former Vancouver city Morgue)...
    Police Museum
  • UBC Botanical Gardens

    UBC Botanical Gardens

    The University of British Columbia has beautiful gardens that have a unique feature. Their tree canopy walk let's you walk through the trees hundreds of meters high...
    UBC Botanical Gardens