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Sightseeing tours in the Vancouver, Coast & Mountains region offer views of farmland and coastline by air, boat or land, along with stops at heritage sites and attractions.
Guided sightseeing tours offer a comprehensive experience. On a flightseeing tour, soar above Fraser Valley farms in a glider and ascend as high as mountains on a helicopter tour. On a multi-day boat tour in Desolation Sound off the Sunshine Coast, enjoy coastal scenery and looking for wildlife.
Self-guided walking tours or driving routes allow for leisurely exploration. Explore heritage sites in Fort Langley and Powell River, or wander past bobbing sailboats and seals on the boardwalk and marina in Gibsons.
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1806 Mast Tower Rd
Vancouver, British Columbia
Wild Whales Vancouver is the only dedicated whale watching company departing from Vancouver. The Wild Whales experience allows you to observe Killer Whales and the diverse wildlife of the Pacific Coast in their natural habitat. It is an unforgettable, trip of a lifetime!
Board one of our vessels at Vancouver's historic Granville Island. Keep your cameras ready as you travel into English Bay, where views of Vancouver and the Coast Mountains are.
Every trip is different as we explore the Strait of Georgia, the Canadian Gulf Islands and the US San Juan Islands in search of whales. Sightings guaranteed!
4282 Mountain Square
Whistler, British Columbia
Experience the exhilaration of flying along steel ziplines, suspended high above Fitzsimmons Creek between Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains. Ziptrek combines extraordinary adventure with environmental education. 10 ziplines on 2 different 5-line tours, plus TreeTrek Canopy Walk.
Ziptrek Ecotours is the North American pioneer of zipline tours. Lonely Planet recently rated Ziptrek in their "Top 10 Canadian Adventures".
Breathtaking tree-top adventures and an award-winning ecological curriculum have earned Ziptrek Ecotours the international reputation as one of Whistler's year-round, must-do outdoor activities.