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Canada Place and Vancouver Waterfront Photography Tour

Canada Place and Vancouver Waterfront Photography Tour - Vancouver, Canada
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Vancouver, Canada

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$82.48

Get creative with your camerawork on a 2-hour daytime photography tour along Vancouver’s waterfront. A professional photographer shows you how to create your own postcard-perfect shots of the Convention Centre, the downtown skyline, and the white sails of Canada Place ... More info ›

Get creative with your camerawork on a 2-hour daytime photography tour along Vancouver’s waterfront. A professional photographer shows you how to create your own postcard-perfect shots of the Convention Centre, the downtown skyline, and the white sails of Canada Place. Click away as you stroll down the pedestrian-only Seawall path and learn about technique, exposure, lighting and composition. Experience and special equipment is not needed — just bring a digital camera. This small-group tour is limited to six people.

With your digital camera in hand (DSLRs are recommended), meet your photographer-guide in the morning at Canada Place, a visitor center overlooking Burrard Inlet. Your easygoing 2-hour walking tour, open to all levels, covers about a mile of walking on a stroller-friendly route, so feel free to bring the kids.

Before you get started, your guide will discuss your camera with you, and demonstrate the best way to use the different settings. Learn about ISO sensitivity, aperture and shutter speed, motion photography, depth of field and composition elements.

Snap eye-catching views of the flared white sails of Canada Place, built for the Expo ’86, and wide angles of the sleek and modern Convention Centre.

Click away at downtown cityscapes and work your way through part of the Seawall, a scenic 14-mile (22-km) path that hugs the Vancouver waterfront. Line up photos of a marina and landing floatplanes, and see if you can capture the drama of the snow-drizzled North Shore mountains that form the backdrop of the city.

Your tour concludes back at Canada Place, with a new set of spectacular photos of cityscapes, water, and mountains to show off to friends and family.

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Beyond the Bike Lanes Bike Tour

Beyond the Bike Lanes Bike Tour - Montreal, Canada
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Montreal, Canada

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$67.45

Explore a variety of different Montreal neighborhoods on this guided, 4-hour, small-group bike tour. Follow a local guide to his favorite street art, alleyways, and local businesses — all off the beaten path in the largest city in Quebec ... More info ›

Explore a variety of different Montreal neighborhoods on this guided, 4-hour, small-group bike tour. Follow a local guide to his favorite street art, alleyways, and local businesses — all off the beaten path in the largest city in Quebec. Find out more about Montreal's counter culture and see where the locals like to go. A picnic lunch in a neighborhood park with craft beer is included.

The first half of the tour you'll see some of  Montréal's main interests; the majestic mountain park and an abundant amount of street art produced by our local and creative talent. You'll head into the heart of the entertainment district and Montréal’s Gay Village, the gaybourhood.

After a picnic lunch and cheeky craft beer in the park, follow your guide through the charming residential streets and back green alleys of the boroughs we call home.

To understand Montréal is to understand our neighborhoods with a local.

The bikes you'll ride are a Montréal-designed brand and the shop the come from is a social enterprise giving new life to old frames by rebuilding them right here in the Mile End of Montréal.

At the end of the tour, you'll receive a list of personal recommendations for your use during the remainder of your stay.

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Ghostly Walking Tour in Victoria

Ghostly Walking Tour in Victoria  - Victoria, Canada
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Victoria, Canada

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$11.90

Behind Victoria’s old-world charm lie tales of eccentric characters, heroic deeds, intrigue, love, humour, hangings, murder and ghosts! During your 90-minute walking tour, expect to hear great storytelling as you travel through the streets and alleys of Victoria, a ghost-hunter’s paradise.

Ghostly Walks begin at the Visitor Information Centre on Victoria's scenic Inner harbour. During the summer, tours are offered every night at 7:30pm and 9:30pm ... More info ›

Behind Victoria’s old-world charm lie tales of eccentric characters, heroic deeds, intrigue, love, humour, hangings, murder and ghosts! During your 90-minute walking tour, expect to hear great storytelling as you travel through the streets and alleys of Victoria, a ghost-hunter’s paradise.

Ghostly Walks begin at the Visitor Information Centre on Victoria's scenic Inner harbour. During the summer, tours are offered every night at 7:30pm and 9:30pm. Tours last 90 minutes. 

Your guides have collected more than five hundred tales of ghostly encounters in Victoria and have uncovered the sordid truth behind many of the city’s most gruesome crimes and tragic accidents. This tour will weave together the ghosts and the stories behind them, bringing Victoria’s dark history to life. It's guaranteed to be spell-binding, entertaining, memorable, and most of all spine-tingling!

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Historical Chinatown Walking Tour

Historical Chinatown Walking Tour - Victoria, Canada
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Victoria, Canada

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$11.90

Savor the sights, sounds and stories of Canada's oldest Chinatown on this 90-minute walking tour. Follow in the footsteps of gold miners, merchants, laborers and revolutionaries as you weave your way along Chinatown’s main streets and then into Fan Tan Alley (the city’s most infamous thoroughfare).

Victoria was the supply center for the gold rush and grew to become British Columbia’s largest city before the birth of Vancouver in the 1880's ... More info ›

Savor the sights, sounds and stories of Canada's oldest Chinatown on this 90-minute walking tour. Follow in the footsteps of gold miners, merchants, laborers and revolutionaries as you weave your way along Chinatown’s main streets and then into Fan Tan Alley (the city’s most infamous thoroughfare).

Victoria was the supply center for the gold rush and grew to become British Columbia’s largest city before the birth of Vancouver in the 1880's. Victoria’s Chinatown was the home base for thousands of Chinese. Some established their own stores, restaurants, laundries and farms. In the city, some worked as gardeners, servants and cooks in the homes of non-Chinese. Outside the city, many worked for others in the gold fields, coal mines, logging camps and fish canneries. For many years, Victoria had the largest Chinese population in Canada. Today, its Chinese population is small in comparison to other cities, but Victoria will always have the distinction of being home to Canada’s oldest Chinatown.

On your 90-minute walking tour, learn about the history, culture, religion, politics and current issues of Chinatown. Meet your guide at the Bright Pearl Statue, located at the corner of Government and Fisgard Streets. Walking tours take place every Saturday at 10:30am throughout the year and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 10:30am during June, July and August. As you explore Chinatown, you will have the opportunity to go into one or more buildings, enjoy a tasty Chinese snack and learn some basic Cantonese.

Your guide will shed light on the fascinating and nuanced true story of opium in Victoria. Opium processing was a major component of Victoria’s early economy and many of Chinatown’s most prominent merchants were involved in the opium trade.

You'll also learn about Chinatown's alleys, tunnels, and tong wars. Fan Tan Alley is undoubtedly the most famous place in Chinatown, if not in all of Victoria. Many former gambling dens still exist in Fan Tan Alley. A demonstration of how to play fan tan  may be included in your tour.

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Private Tour: Prince Edward Island and Anne of Green Gables

Private Tour: Prince Edward Island and Anne of Green Gables - Charlottetown, Canada
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Charlottetown, Canada

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$372.95

4-hour private guided tour to the North Shore region of Prince Edward Island. Visit the coastal fishing village of North Rustico and the famous Prince Edward Island National Park, home of Cavendish and Anne of Green Gables ... More info ›

4-hour private guided tour to the North Shore region of Prince Edward Island. Visit the coastal fishing village of North Rustico and the famous Prince Edward Island National Park, home of Cavendish and Anne of Green Gables. You’ll have more than enough time to sample homemade island jams, visit the Anne of Green Gables homestead, and stroll the boardwalk overlooking the beautiful sandy beaches of the island. Continue on to Rustico Harbor, where you will visit a traditional fishing village and learn about the history of the Prince Edward Island fishery. Private tour includes pickup and drop-off from your hotel in Charlottetown and all entrance fees. Tour is limited to a maximum group size of nine people.

Begin your day with pickup from your accommodation in Charlottetown at your selected time. View rolling farmlands, stunning seascapes, tiny villages, and bustling harbors along the Green Gables Shore scenic drive as you make your way to the North Shore area. Brief photo stops will be made at quaint little fishing villages, lighthouses, and the world-class Cavendish Beach National Park (admission included). Then tour Green Gables House (admission included); this old farm site inspired L.M. Montgomery’s first novel, Anne of Green Gables, published in 1908. A must-see stop is Prince Edward Island Preserve Company, located in one of Canada’s prettiest villages. The company uses locally grown fruit to make delicious jams and marmalades. Relax and enjoy the picturesque landscape on the drive back to the city as your tour winds to a close. Tour ends with drop-off at your hotel.

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Whistler Sasquatch Zipline

Whistler Sasquatch Zipline - Whistler, Canada
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Whistler, Canada

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$107.48

Experience the longest zipline in Canada and the United States in Whistler, British Columbia. This is the ultimate zipline adventure, spanning a mind-blowing distance of more than 1.2 miles (2 kilometers) down Backcomb Mountain ... More info ›

Experience the longest zipline in Canada and the United States in Whistler, British Columbia. This is the ultimate zipline adventure, spanning a mind-blowing distance of more than 1.2 miles (2 kilometers) down Backcomb Mountain. Experience spectacular views over forests, lakes, peaks, rivers — even a glacier. It's more than 7,000 feet of pure exhilaration. The use of a helmet and harness is included. This guided adventure is available from July to October (Canadian Thanksgiving).

Welcome to the longest zipline in Canada and the United States. This thrilling adventure begins at Upper Blackcomb Village at the Ziptrek kiosk/tent.

Taking on the Sasquatch starts by checking in and then meeting the guide in the Upper Village. All guests have the option of a free GoPro for the duration of their tour, which is provided when checking in. If interested in purchasing the SD card, it can be arranged following the tour. The group will then take a short van ride (September to October) or the Wizard Chair Lift up Blackcomb Mountain to the set-up area. Guests will harness here and have a quick safety chat before being transported approximately five minutes to the Sasquatch zipline.

Guides will be waiting at each line ready to attach guests onto one of two side-by-side ziplines. The guides will explain everything, including taking a few steps down the stairs to wait. Acceleration happens very quickly, so just hold on (or let go) and enjoy the rush. Approximately two thirds of the way across, there will be a decrease in speed. This is the chance to really take in the amazing views of the mountains, village, lakes, rivers, forest, and glacier. Enjoy the remaining time on the zipline since it will be rolling into the slow-braking mechanism shortly, where more guides are waiting to disconnect passengers. The zip will take approximately 60 to 90 seconds.

Don't worry if the legs are feeling a little wobbly. That's normal. It's just the amazing adrenaline rush. From the viewing platform, watch as friends come across next. Once everyone from the group has zipped, there will be a short trail hike to download on the Whistler Village Gondola to Whistler Village, deharness and onto your next Whistler adventure.  

GoPro footage can be purchased once in Whistler Village.

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