Leave the city of Vancouver behind and enjoy a full day small group excursion to the famous resort town of Whistler! Your trip will take you past 7.000 foot mountains, you'll see the third waterfall in British Columbia, and you'll have plenty of free time to try out the exciting activities available year-round in Whistler Village.
Stops on the tour include Brittania Beach, Whistler Village, Shannon Falls, the new Aboriginal Cultural Center and the Museum. With a maximum group size of 24 passengers led by a friendly and knowledgeable driver-guide, you're sure to have a personal and intimate experience on this memorable day trip from Vancouver.
- Fully commented visit
- Get up close to native wildlife
- Professional, friendly and informative guide
- Personalized service for small groups
Following pickup from your hotel, you'll travel by minivan to Whistler through the beautiful Sea-to-Sky Corridor. En route, you can enjoy the spectacular views from the peaks of the Tantalus Mountains into the depths of the Cheakmus River Canyon.
Then you'll slowly climb 2000 feet above sea level to reach the beautiful Whistler Valley. Here there are a number of activities to add to your itinerary available at extra cost, including a peak-to-peak gondola, sightseeing flight, zipline, or a high-speed lift to the top of Whistler or Blackcomb Mountain.
Those feeling less adventurous can experience the charm of Whistler Village, home of the 2010 Winter Olympics. You can see many small shops, walk along forest trails or simply enjoy the scenery of Mountain. Or why not take advantage of your admission ticket to the new Aboriginal Cultural Center and Museum?
On your return trip you will have the opportunity to stop at Shannon Falls, the third largest waterfall in Canada. Stroll to the base for great photos of this natural wonder, or step back and admire the power and beauty of the cascading waters before continuing your scenic journey back to Vancouver.
Truly a day in contact with nature!
Special Offer – For a limited time, the tour includes free admission to the Aboriginal Cultural Center and Whistler Museum – BOOK NOW!