Vancouver Supercar City Tour

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From $377.00

Price varies by group size

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Pricing Info: Per Person


Departs: Vancouver, Vancouver

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

Up to 24 hours in advance.

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Explore the highlights and top attractions of Vancouver in the most unique way possible, while stylishly cruising in an exotic supercar with an expert guide as your driver - or take the wheel of a supercar yourself!

You'll drive through downtown Vancouver, down Robson Street and around Stanley Park, before making your way across the historic Burrard Street Bridge enroute to some open roads that wind through Kitsilano and around the University Endowment Lands. After a stop for photos with a beautiful ocean backdrop, you’ll make your way back downtown, via Granville Island, trendy Yaletown and historic Gastown.

What's Included

Air-conditioned vehicle

Bottled water

Fuel surcharge

GST (Goods and Services Tax)

Private transportation

What's Not Included

Optional LDW/CDW (Insurance) Coverage

Traveler Information

  • CHILD: Age: 9 - 15
  • YOUTH: Age: 16 - 23
  • ADULT: Age: 24 - 84

Additional Info

  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Public transportation options are available nearby

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

What To Expect

Canada Place
Opened in 1986, Canada Place is hard to miss: The complex was built to look like a ship, and its five large fiberglass “sails” are visible above the Vancouver waterfront.

• Admission Ticket Free

Vancouver Art Gallery
Set in a former courthouse, the Vancouver Art Gallery is the largest public art museum in Western Canada. Its collection, which amounts to more than 11,000 works, includes international artists—both contemporary and historical—but a strong emphasis is also placed on British Columbian art, including First Nations artists.

• Admission Ticket Free

Robson Street
Locals and visitors alike flock to Robson Street for shopping, dining, and people watching. It’s the biggest retail street in the city with department stores, chain stores, and high-end shops, plus a variety of eateries, all located near downtown Vancouver’s attractions and waterfront.

• Admission Ticket Free

Vancouver Downtown
A stop for a special treat at one of our favorite places in Downtown Vancouver.

10 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

Stanley Park
Vancouver’s Stanley Park enjoys a stellar natural setting, surrounded on three sides by the Pacific Ocean and set against the backdrop of the snow-capped North Shore Mountains. At nearly 1,000 acres (405 hectares) in size, it offers a combination of coastal red-cedar forest, lakes and lagoons, and scenic meadows.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Vancouver Aquarium
Vancouver Aquarium is one of the city’s most popular family-friendly attractions.

• Admission Ticket Free

Brockton Point Lighthouse
Brockton Point is the easternmost peninsula of Vancouver’s Stanley Park and is best known for the good views it offers of the downtown area with its skyscrapers, and the Burrard Inlet ranging from North Vancouver and the Lions Gate Bridge to Coal Harbour.

10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Girl In A Wetsuit
A life-size 1972 bronze sculpture by Elek Imredy of a woman in a wetsuit, located on a rock in the water along the north side of Stanley Park.

• Admission Ticket Free

Vancouver Seawall
Dating back to 1917, when it was created to protect the city from erosion, Vancouver’s Seawall is the highlight of Stanley Park. The 5.5-mile (9-km stone wall hugs the edge of the park’s entire waterfront, providing a wonderful place for walkers, runners, and bikers to get their exercise with views of the harbor, sea, and forest.

10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Lions Gate Bridge
The impressive Lions Gate Bridge spans the Burrard Inlet, connecting North and West Vancouver with the downtown area. This suspension bridge originally opened in 1938, and is designated as a National Historic Site of Canada.

• Admission Ticket Free

Prospect Point Lookout
Overlooking the Burrard Inlet at the northernmost edge of Vancouver’s Stanley Park, Prospect Point promises views of the Lions Gate Bridge and the North Shore Mountains.

• Admission Ticket Free

Hollow Tree
The Hollow Tree is a monument to the original forest of giant trees. It is about 1,000 years old, possibly the oldest tree in Stanley Park and a link to the distant local past.

• Admission Ticket Free

A-maze-ing Laughter
A-maze-ing Laughter is a was designed by Yue Minjun and installed in Morton Park (Davie and Denman) along the English Bay in West End, Vancouver in 2009. The patinated bronze sculpture is composed of 14 statues each about three meters tall.

• Admission Ticket Free

Burrard Bridge
A historic four-lane, Art Deco style, steel truss bridge constructed in 1930–1932.

• Admission Ticket Free

Kitsilano Beach
Drive past Kitsilano Beach

• Admission Ticket Free

Jericho Beach
Drive past Jericho Beach

• Admission Ticket Free

Spanish Banks
Stop for photo at Spanish Banks

10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

University of British Columbia (UBC)
Drive around the University of British Columbia

• Admission Ticket Free

Museum of Anthropology
Part of the University of British Columbia campus, Vancouver’s Museum of Anthropology displays a variety of works of art and cultural artifacts from around the world, with a focus on First Nations pieces.

• Admission Ticket Free

UBC Botanical Garden
A stop at the SW Marine Drive Viewpoint (near UBC Botanical Garden) for a great view and a nice photo

5 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

VanDusen Botanical Garden
Meandering paths weave through this tranquil green retreat in the heart of Vancouver, where more than 7,500 plant varieties grow in themed displays, ranging from a Canadian heritage garden and a Japanese garden to a formal rose garden.

• Admission Ticket Free

Queen Elizabeth Park
Perched 545 feet (167 meters) above sea level, this well-kept park affords wonderful views over downtown Vancouver. A sunken quarry garden, a 1,500-tree arboretum, a rose garden, floral displays, and public artworks make this 128-acre (52-hectare) recreational space one of the most pleasing outdoor hangouts in the city.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Granville Island
Overflowing with art studios, theaters, restaurants, and kid-friendly activities, Vancouver’s Granville Island is a popular spot for both tourists and locals. The “island”—really a small peninsula—is an ideal getaway from the bustle of city life, with waterfront views, scenic alleyways, and a thriving food and art culture.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Granville Island Public Market
The Granville Island Public Market features a farmers' market, day vendors, and artists offering local Vancouver goods.

10 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

Granville Street Bridge
Drive over the Granville Street Bridge

• Admission Ticket Free

Hip Yaletown is one of Vancouver’s most happening neighborhoods, where former warehouses and other red-brick structures are now home to lofts, fashion and homewares boutiques, and buzzy eateries favored for their patios.

• Admission Ticket Free

Vancouver Public Library (Central Library Branch)
Drive past the Vancouver Public Library

• Admission Ticket Free

Vancouver ChinaTown
Established in the 1890s by migrant workers, this Vancouver neighborhood is now among the biggest and most vibrant Chinatowns in North America. It’s packed with Asian grocers, Chinese herbalists, dim sum restaurants, trinket stores, and meat shops filled with tempting displays of hanging char siu and roast ducks.

• Admission Ticket Free

One of Vancouver’s oldest and "buzziest" districts, Gastown is packed with Victorian architecture and cobbled streets. Named after John “Gassy Jack” Deighton, an English mariner who opened a saloon in the area in the 19th century, the district is filled with heritage buildings now hosting boutiques, coffee shops, hip restaurants, and bars.

• Admission Ticket Free

Steam Clock
Built in 1977, this well-known, antique-style clock is powered by steam & whistles to tell the time.

• Admission Ticket Free

FlyOver Canada
Enjoy our second favorite activity in Vancouver (after ours of course)! 2 free tickets included with our FULL city tour. Sorry, not included with our mini tours.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Included


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