Available all year
Visit the famous and beautiful ski resort of Whistler
Ride the impressive Sea to Sky Gondola
Learn about the history and culture of local First Nations
Spend a night in a comfortable Vancouver hotel
Day 1: From Vancouver to Whistler
After disembarkation, you’ll join a full-day tour to visit the beautiful resort village of Whistler, ending at a hotel back in Vancouver in the evening.
Your tour starts with a scenic drive along the coastline of Howe Sound fjord. On the way, you'll stop at the majestic Shannon Falls, and enjoy a ride on the Sea to Sky Gondola. At the top, you can admire the fjords on the many viewing platforms, or take a walk along the hiking trails.
We'll continue to Whistler Village, where you'll visit the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre and learn more about the history and culture of local First Nations. After that, you'll have some time to explore the village at leisure, and perhaps pick up a souvenir or two, before we head back to Vancouver for the night. The evening will be at your leisure.
Day 2: Vancouver and departure
After a delicious breakfast at your hotel, your Post-Programme comes to an end.
Please note we may visit sites in a different order.
Transfer from Vancouver Cruise Terminal to your hotel and full-day excursion to Whistler.
Admission fee to Sea to Sky Gondola and Squamish Lil`wat Cultural Centre.
English-speaking guide during the excursion.
1 hotel night with breakfast in Vancouver.
Lunch, dinner, drinks and gratuities.
Remarks and requirements
The tour starts after disembarkation in Vancouver.
The excursion entails some walking.
Available to guests with limited mobility on request.
If the minimum number of participants is not reached, we reserve the right to cancel the trip up until 6 weeks before departure.
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