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Vancouver Post Cruise Tour

March 30, 2017

Vancouver Post Cruise Tour

5 Things to See on Your Private Post Cruise Tour in Vancouver

Sure, the cruise tour is a fabulous way to visit BC islands and other attractions, but a private post-cruise tour in Vancouver will take the experience to a whole new and exciting level.

Here are some of best things you ought to see on your post cruise tour in Vancouver.

Read more about our Pre/Post Cruise tours here.

#1. The Stanley Park

Nothing says have been to Vancouver than a visit to marvelous Stanley Park. 405 hectares of sprawling rainforest and stretch of breathtaking seashore, Stanley Park is no one to miss on your post cruise tour in Vancouver. After visiting the fabulous Stanley Park seawall and enjoying the exuberance of varied fauna and flora, you can also venture further to the Lions Gate Bridge and North Shore mountains. Be sure to bring a decent camera as you’ll snap away all along.

Here are some fun facts about Stanley Park you might want to know before you plan your post cruise tour:

  • It blends an amazing diversity of attractions and a mystical natural aura.
  • It spans a whopping 405 hectares.
  • It’s Vancouver’s biggest and the most sizzling public park.
  • What do Stanley Park and Stanley Cup have in common? You guessed it right; both were named after the Governor General of Vancouver in 1888 and 1892 respectively.
  • Nine O'clock Gun much? This electric gun is now fired every 9 o'clock.

#2. Granville Island

Stop over at Granville Island on your post cruise tour. This quaint island has plenty of boutique shops where you’ll shop till your drop. It also blessed with numerous restaurants that serve local cuisine. Enjoy a lunch of jerk fish pistione, chowder or fish and chips; either way lunch at Granville Island is fabulous.

#3. Historic Chinatown

Did you know Vancouver has the second largest Chinatown in North America? Millions of tourists flock to this historic neighborhood to enjoy delicious dishes. Besides, there are plenty of things to see and do in Vancouver’s Chinatown on your post cruise tour. You can shop, party and even stay in cozy Asian-style abodes.

#4. Yaletown

Yaletown in Vancouver is a place where heritage meets modern like never before. There are plenty of sights, including a farmers market, Engine 374 Museum, shopping centers, finesse restaurants, and so forth, to sample. It’s a great way to splash away from your City tour of Vancouver.

#5. Gastown

Sure, the Vancouver City tour will be fantastic, but visiting Gastown on your post cruise tour will take it up a notch. Restaurants like Sardine Can, Nuba, and Wildebeest, will simply knock your socks off. There is also an abundance of places to shop, party and stay in Gastown.





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