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Vancouver Travel Guide

Imagine a city where the mountains meet the sea, with breathtaking urban spaces complimented by natural beauty; that's Vancouver for you! Nestled between the snow-capped peaks of the Coast Mountains and the vast blue of the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver, Canada, is nothing short of a dream destination. It's a place where you can ski, sail, and take a leisurely beach walk all in one day. Known for its buzzing cultural scenes, diverse population, and vibrant arts, this cosmopolitan city welcomes everyone with open arms. But what truly sets Vancouver apart? It's not just the scenic vistas or the bustling harbors; it's the spirit of the place.

This city leads with its commitment to sustainability, boasting one of the smallest carbon footprints of any major city in North America. You'll experience this in its urban planning, community-focused initiatives, and, importantly, in the respect for the great outdoors that defines its people. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Vancouver cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.

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OceaniaRegattaAlaska - Gulf of AlaskaVancouverSeattle11 NightsIcy Strait Point (hoonah) | Juneau | Ketchikan | Seattle | Sitka | Skagway | Vancouver | Wrangell
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverWhittier7 NightsCollege Fjord, Alaska | Hubbard Glacier | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada | Whittier, Alaska$545
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Holland AmericaKoningsdamAlaskaVancouverVancouver7 NightsGlacier Bay, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$1,144
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverAnchorage10 NightsCollege Fjord, Alaska | Glacier Bay, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada | Whittier, Alaska$3,499
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverFairbanks10 NightsFairbanks$2,619
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverFairbanks10 NightsFairbanks$3,349
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverAnchorage11 NightsAnchorage$3,119
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverAnchorage11 NightsAnchorage$3,899
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverAnchorage12 NightsAnchorage$3,839
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverWhittier12 NightsFairbanks$3,689
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverWhittier13 NightsFairbanks$3,719
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverWhittier15 NightsAnchorage$3,649
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaska - Gulf of AlaskaVancouverWhittier12 NightsAnchorage$3,629
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverWhittier13 NightsFairbanks$3,719
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverSeattle11 NightsAnchorage, Alaska | Seattle, Washington $3,858
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaskaVancouverSeattle8 NightsSeattle, Washington$2,519
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Celebrity SolsticeAlaska - Inside PassageVancouverVancouver7 NightsHubbard Glacier (cruising) | Icy Strait Point - Alaska | Inside Passage (cruising) | Juneau - Alaska | Ketchikan - Alaska | Vancouver - British Columbia$799
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Vancouver Travel Guide

Vancouver Cruises Highlights

  • Stanley Park: Among the greatest urban parks worldwide, Stanley Park is a natural oasis with scenic views of water, mountains, and towering forests. Ideal for everyone, you can walk, bike, or rollerblade around the famous Seawall, visit the Vancouver Aquarium, or simply enjoy the greenery.
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge Park: For a mix of adventure and nature, this park offers a unique perspective. Walk across the suspension bridge hovering over the Capilano River, nestled in a verdant rainforest. The Cliffwalk and Treetops Adventure elevate this into a can't-miss experience.
  • Granville Island: Once an industrial site, it is now a buzzing cultural district. Explore the Public Market, artisan shops, galleries, and theaters. This hub is a feast for your senses, offering everything from fresh produce to live entertainment.
  • Grouse Mountain: A year-round hotspot, Grouse Mountain provides breathtaking views of the city skyline. In winter, enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating, while summer offers hiking trails, ziplining, and wildlife encounters.
  • Granville Island: Once an industrial site, it is now a buzzing cultural district. Explore the Public Market, artisan shops, galleries, and theaters. This hub is a feast for your senses, offering everything from fresh produce to live entertainment.
  • Vancouver Art Gallery: Immerse yourself in the local art scene. Featuring historical and contemporary exhibits, it champions art education and houses an impressive collection of national and international art.
  • Museum of Anthropology: Located at the UBC campus, it presents world arts and cultures with a focus on First Nations peoples and other cultural communities. You'll find it enlightening and thought-provoking.
  • Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden: A serene, authentic representation of Ming Dynasty-era tradition, this garden is the first of its kind outside China. It's a tranquil escape from the city hustle
  • Science World: Fun for all ages, it sparks interest with interactive exhibits, impressive displays, and giant OMNIMAX films. It's learning cleverly disguised as entertainment.
  • Vancouver Lookout: For the best 360-degree views, head to this observation deck. It gives you a bird's eye view of the metropolis, making for unforgettable photos.

Vancouver Cruises Travel Tips

  • It's super easy to walk around Vancouver! The city is relatively small, so you could easily walk, especially when you're downtown. Just make sure you wear good walking shoes!
  • Vancouver is known for its rainy weather, but it doesn't rain much at all from June to September. With that being said, make sure you do at least bring a rain jacket or an umbrella just in case.
  • If you plan on using public transportation while in Vancouver, make sure you purchase a Compass Card. You can load money onto it and use it on local transport.
  • Food in Vancouver is extremely diverse. It's home to delicious dim sum, curry, hamburgers, and more. Make sure you try a wide variety of food when you visit, which is incredibly easy to do if you go to the Richmond Night Market.
  • Though the city is beautiful, make sure you explore the unique wilderness in the area. Locals here love to go hiking, so give it a try!
  • Vancouver has a rampant coffee and beer culture. Be sure to try to stop by at least one local brewery or cafe during your visit.

Vancouver Cruises Things To Do

  • Shop in Gastown
    Shop in Gastown

    Gastown is one of the most bustling neighborhoods in Vancouver. It's home to fun shops, restaurants, art galleries, and more. You can even find a Victorian Steam Clock in Gastown, which is the neighborhood's real highlight. It's ultimately seen as the more hipster and trendy area of the city and is incredibly popular among the younger crowds. Historically, this was the very first neighborhood in all of Vancouver. It was named after a man named Jack Deighton, who talked a lot, which at the time was said to be called "gassing;" soon enough, this became Gastown!

    You Should Know

    There is exceptional architecture in Gastown, so hop on an architecture or history tour of the area. To get one of the best views of the area, check out Vancouver Lookout.
  • Walk along the Capilano Suspension Bridge
    Walk along the Capilano Suspension Bridge

    The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a 459-foot bridge that was built back in 1889. It crosses right over the Capilano River and offers excellent views of the 6,000-acre forest that surrounds it. The bridge was created by a man named George Grant Mackay in 1889. Historically, the bridge was made with hemp rope cables, but they've since been replaced with much stronger cables. In addition to the bridge, check out the rest of the park that the bridge is located in. There's a gorgeous cliff walk, a fun treetops adventure, the living forest, a story center, and more.

    You Should Know

    The park is only closed on Christmas, so you can visit no matter what time of the year it is! Unfortunately, strollers can not go across the suspension bridge.
  • Explore Stanley Park
    Explore Stanley Park

    Stanely Park covers just over 1,000 acres and was created back in 1888. It used to be a settlement area for a while, but over the years, it turned into the park it is today. The park is a favorite among both locals and tourists. There are many fun activities inside this public park, including swimming, playing tennis, or going on a guided tour. One of the parks' highlights is the Stanley Park Train, which is mainly a favorite among families. Don't worry about packing food for your visit to the park; there's quite a few restaurants and cafes inside!  

    You Should Know

    It's super easy to get to Stanley Park without a car. You can take public transportation, bike, or even walk if you're in downtown Vancouver.
  • Hike Mother Nature’s Staircase
    Hike Mother Nature’s Staircase

    Mother Nature's Staircase, which is also known as its formal name Grouse Grind, is a 1.8-mile trail that goes up Grouse Mountain. It got its nickname because it consists of a staircase with 2,830 stairs. This is a moderate trail that only should take about 1.5 to 2 hours total to get to the top. It is kid-friendly, and there are 2,800 feet in elevation game. If you're interested in competing on your way up, invest in a Grind Timer Card, which will track your time up and down!

    You Should Know

    When doing a hike like this, it's recommended that you bring snacks and water, and also be sure to wear a strong pair of comfortable walking or hiking shoes.
  • Get lost in the VanDusen Botanical Garden
    Get lost in the VanDusen Botanical Garden

    The VanDusen Botanical Garden opened back in 1975 and covers 55 acres of land. There is a wide variety of plants (over 7500 plants, to be exact) inside from all over the world. Because the park is so large, it's relatively easy to come and find a serene spot in the park just for yourself. There is also a Visitor Center inside, which recently won a sustainable building award in 2014. It's built to look like an orchid from above and was an addition to the park in 2011. If you want to learn more about the park, be sure to check out the visitor center.

    You Should Know

    The park hosts a wide variety of events throughout the year, so be sure to check the calendar to see if one is going on when you visit.
  • Take a trip to Granville Island
    Take a trip to Granville Island

    Granville Island dates back to the early 1900s when it was essentially where many of the city's factories and warehouses were. That changed over time, and now it's a popular neighborhood that is thriving with art and is home to the Granville Island Public Market. Foodies absolutely must visit the public market, which is often referred to as Vancouver's own "foodie paradise." There is also a lot of history and architecture on the island, so be sure to grab a map to more easily visit all the places you'd like to.

    You Should Know

    The most fun way to get to Granville Island is to hop on a ferry across False Creek.
  • Try local dishes at the Richmond Night Market
    Try local dishes at the Richmond Night Market

    The Richmond Night Market is a fun summer market held on the weekends in Vancouver. It's considered one of the absolute must-dos if you're lucky enough to visit Canada during the summer! The majority of the food at the night market is Asian-themed and its the largest night market like this in all of North America. Everything is reasonably average-priced, and you're bound to find something that you're interested in eating during your visit.

    You Should Know

    There is a small admission price to get into the night market. Arrive as early as possible if you need to get parking! If you want to save money and travel in a larger group, purchase an Express Pass, which lets you skip the line.
  • Relax at English Bay
    Relax at English Bay

    The English Bay is a beautiful body of water in Vancouver that surrounds some of Granville Island. The most famous part of English Bay to explore is English Bay Beach, one of Vancouver's most beloved beaches. Along the beach is Stanley Park Seawall. This is a fun trail that you can walk, bike, or run along while getting great coastal views along the way! Also, there are volleyball courts, slides, cafes, and kayak rentals at the beach!

    You Should Know

    This area of Vancouver can get quite busy. To avoid crowds or at least guarantee that you get your spot at the beach, try to visit earlier in the day.
  • Explore Queen Elizabeth Park
    Explore Queen Elizabeth Park

    Queen Elizabeth Park is a gorgeous green area of Vancouver that covers 130 acres. It was created in 1939 and is located on Little Mountain. It's one of the most popular places to explore in the whole city to see flowers and often is the place that people go to take wedding pictures. Because it's located on a hill, it's Vancouver's highest point. The park is also the Bloedel Conservatory, a quarry garden, tennis courts, sculptures, and even lawn bowling. If you get hungry, be sure to check out the Seasons in the Park restaurant.

    You Should Know

    You could easily spend at least three hours exploring the park. Free parking is available along the road near the park!
  • Hop on the Sea to Sky Gondola
    Hop on the Sea to Sky Gondola

    The Sea to Sky Gondola is a gorgeous 10-minute ride that will bring you to Vancouver's best views and surrounding area. From the top, you can see the Coast Range and even Howe Sound. The Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge is located at the top as well, which is said to be the best spot to get photos. Be sure to stop by the Summit Lodge for a snack and even check out the fun hiking and walking trails.

    Best Time To Visit

    To avoid the crowds, opt to visit right in the morning when the gondola ride opens. If you'd like to save money, visit after 4 p.m. on Friday or Saturday to save 40% off a Day Ticket.

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In a city surrounded by mountains and sea, your visit to Vancouver, Canada, is about to become a memorable voyage through stunning landscapes, cultural gatherings, and thrilling city tours. Here, every turn holds a new adventure, and we've compiled the ultimate list of places you shouldn't miss.

  • Exploring Vancouver

    Situated in British Columbia, Vancouver is one of Canada's most enchanting cities, occupying a prime spot on North America's west coast. This strategic location doesn't just place it at the economic forefront; it also blesses the city with an extraordinary geographical setup that calls out to travelers who are seeking diverse experiences.

    Vancouver is a marvel of contrasts. It's where you can witness the rugged coastline and the calm inland waters of the Strait of Georgia. The city is practically surrounded by water, creating scenic waterfronts that are a pleasure to explore. But water is just one aspect; the impressive Coast Mountains backdrop in Vancouver offers a high-altitude counterpoint to the ocean's expanse. This proximity to mountain ranges means residents and visitors are merely a stone's throw away from the promise of adventures, from skiing and snowboarding in the winter to exhilarating mountain biking and hikes during the warmer months.

    Plus, the city's extensive parks and green spaces, most notably Stanley Park, offer a slice of wilderness in the urban expanse, making it irresistible for those who crave an instant escape to nature. The blend of natural landscapes within and around Vancouver provides a playground for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether it's sailing, mountain climbing, or simply enjoying the beaches along English Bay, the geography of this vibrant city supports an active, outdoor lifestyle, amplifying its appeal to travelers from around the globe. Here, every glance outside reminds you of the wild, natural beauty that coexists with city life, inviting you to step out and explore.

  • The Best Time to Cruise From Vancouver

    Cruising from Vancouver, each season offers a unique touring experience due to the city's milder climate, distinct from many other Canadian areas. Understanding Vancouver's weather patterns is crucial to aligning your cruise departure and touring preferences for an optimal experience.  

    Winter (December to February) in Vancouver provides a relatively mild climate, with temperatures typically ranging from 0°C (32°F) to 8°C (46°F). Snowfall is minimal in the city but plentiful in the nearby mountains, ideal for snow sports enthusiasts. Cruising from Vancouver in winter is perfect for those who enjoy skiing, snowboarding, or appreciating the snow-covered scenic beauty. This season offers a quieter touring atmosphere with fewer tourists.  

    Spring (March to May) sees Vancouver come to life with mild temperatures between 3°C (37°F) and 18°C (64°F). Despite being somewhat rainy, cruising from Vancouver in spring is beautiful as the city's parks and gardens bloom. This season is great for serene touring experiences, thanks to the lower number of tourists and the natural beauty of the blooming landscapes.  

    Summer (June to August) is when Vancouver is most vibrant. Cruising from Vancouver during summer allows you to enjoy comfortable temperatures from 13°C (55°F) to 23°C (73°F), ideal for beach activities, cultural festivals, and waterfront evening strolls. Being the peak tourist season, it's advisable to book attractions and accommodations in advance for a hassle-free touring experience.  

    Autumn (September to November) brings cooler temperatures to Vancouver, ranging from 5°C (41°F) to 15°C (59°F). Cruising from Vancouver in autumn provides a spectacular display of foliage colors, despite unpredictable weather. This season is excellent for scenic touring and enjoying the outdoors, with fewer tourists and a more tranquil environment.  

    The best time for cruising from Vancouver and enjoying touring activities depends on your personal preferences. Late spring and summer, from May to August, offer the warmest weather and a host of outdoor activities and festivals. Winter, on the other hand, is rewarding for winter sports enthusiasts. Regardless of the season, cruising from Vancouver ensures a memorable experience, showcasing the city's diverse beauty and charm.  

  • Journey through Time: Vancouver's History

    Vancouver, a city teeming with vibrancy, owes its rich history to its ancestors and the series of significant events that have shaped it. Knowing its past is essential to truly understand the city as it stands today, a bustling metropolis that proudly displays its historical roots.

    The story of Vancouver begins long before European explorers arrived, with the Indigenous Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples having inhabited the area for thousands of years. They established a society deeply connected to the land, thriving on the bountiful nature of the region.

    The tide turned in the early 1790s with the arrival of British navigator George Vancouver during his quest to chart the Pacific Northwest coastline. However, the city's real genesis kicked off with the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush in the late 1850s, bringing a flux of gold seekers and eventually leading to the growth of the first urbanized area known as Gastown. This settlement grew into a townsite dubbed Granville, laying the cornerstone for modern-day Vancouver.

    A landmark moment was the transcontinental railway's extension in the 1880s, connecting the city to other provinces, followed by Vancouver's official incorporation in 1886. The Great Vancouver Fire in the same year was another pivotal event, almost wiping the city off the map only to rise from the ashes with sturdier, fireproof buildings.

    Fast forward to the 20th century, Vancouver underwent remarkable transformations through both World Wars, with its economy growing from wartime industries. The post-war era saw a surge in immigration, shaping a multicultural society. Hosting Expo 86, a world's fair, the city celebrated its global connections and transitioned from an industrial hub to a metropolis known for its services and technology sectors.

    Today, history enthusiasts can explore numerous landmarks, including the Vancouver Heritage Hall, the 19th-century Gastown steam clock, and the Museum of Vancouver. Each site offers insights into the city's storied past, from its indigenous heritage to its modern achievements.

    Vancouver's history leaves a mark on its present. The city's diverse cultural fabric, its resilience and innovation, and respect for its natural land are a testament to its past. From a small settlement to a leading global city, Vancouver carries its history with pride, ensuring visitors and residents alike never forget the foundational moments that have crafted the city of today.

  • The Local Vancouver Food Scene

    If there's one thing that Vancouver does right, it's food. The city is a hot spot for food lovers, offering a culinary journey from traditional treats to innovative eats. So, what's on the menu in this coastal city? Let's dig in!

    First off, let's talk seafood. Being by the ocean, Vancouver is all about fresh catches. Spot prawns, Pacific salmon, and Dungeness crab are just a hint of what you can find. For an authentic taste, head to places like "Go Fish Ocean Emporium" for fish and chips or "Blue Water Cafe" for a fancier touch, both champions of ocean-friendly seafood.

    But it's not just seafood; Vancouver is a melting pot of cultures, which means a delicious mix of cuisines. Dive into the traditional Asian fare in Richmond's "Golden Village," known for some of the best Asian cuisine outside Asia. From succulent dim sum at "Kirin Restaurants" to mouthwatering ramen bowls at "Hokkaido Ramen Santouka," the options are endless.

    Can't decide what to eat? Try the city's food trucks, a scene that's exploded in popularity. "Japadog," for instance, is a crowd favorite, serving up Japanese-style hot dogs. And for those with a sweet tooth, "Cartems Donuts" is legendary among locals.

    Modern trends? Vancouver's all over that. The city sees a surge of fusion restaurants, blending global flavors. "Miku," for example, revolutionizes Japanese dishes with a French twist. And don't miss the gourmet experiences from farm-to-table trendsetters like "Farmer's Apprentice."

    Vancouver's food scene is a reflection of its diverse population, a place where every meal tells a story. So, come hungry and leave with a heart full of culinary memories from this gastronomic wonderland.

  • Get Ready for Your Visit to Vancouver

    Alright, it's decision time! Vancouver has laid out its best for you: stunning landscapes, a peek through the corridors of history, adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities, a cultural feast, and food that'll make you want to write home about it. This city isn't just a stop on the map; it's where every turn has something to marvel at, offering the perfect blend of metropolitan life and natural retreat.

    Getting here couldn't be easier. With its well-connected airport, direct flights from cities worldwide, and fantastic travel packages that cater to every style and budget, there's no excuse not to make Vancouver your next getaway. Whether it's a family vacation, a solo adventure, or a friend's trip, this city welcomes you with open arms.

    So, what are you waiting for? Dive into the unique Vancouver experience. Find your perfect travel package, book your ticket, and start counting down the days. A world of discovery awaits you in this Canadian gem!

Vancouver Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are Vancouver cruises?

    Vancouver cruises are truly the best way to explore the rest of the world while relaxing along the way. Imagine this: on travel days, you sit back, relax, maybe head to the onboard mini-golf course. Then, the next day, you get to hop off the boat and explore whatever beautiful city the ship is docked at. That's exactly what you can expect with Vancouver cruises!

  • What’s included on a Vancouver cruise?

    Vancouver cruises include accommodation and meals. Of course, each cruise offers completely different dining options and accommodation types, so they will vary. You will also have access to the many fun entertainment options onboard your cruise. This also varies from cruise to cruise. Some fun entertainment onboard the cruises include casinos, mini-golf, swimming pools, shopping at stores, etc. 

  • What’s the best Vancouver cruise?

    There isn't one cruise that is better than the other! Each cruise is so different that it truly depends on what you're interested in. What's your budget? Where do you want your final destination to be? How long is your vacation? These are all critical questions to ask yourself when deciding which cruise you should go on.

  • How much do Vancouver cruises cost?

    Vancouver cruises vary in price. Some cruises cost as little as $69 per day, and others cost upward of $500 per day. However, keep in mind that if you book through Affordable Tours, you'll find that we often offer some sort of promotion or discount to help you receive the best price possible!

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