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Whistler Small-Group Day Trip from Vancouver

From US$116.20
Highlights
  • Day trip from Vancouver to Whistler lets you visit two BC cities with ease
  • Choose how you spend the day: zipline, explore on ATV, and more
  • Admission to Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Museum included
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Whistler Small-Group Day Trip from Vancouver
From US$116.20
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8:30am Whistler Day Trip
8:30am Whistler day trip from Vancouver
From US$116.20
Overview
Create your own itinerary—without the hassle of booking transportation—on this day trip from Vancouver to Whistler. A spacious coach makes for a comfortable 1.5-hour ride (plus pit stops to take in views along the Sea-to-Sky Corridor), and unstructured time upon arrival means you choose how to spend your day. Tour includes round-trip transfers from your Vancouver lodging and admission to the Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Museum.
What to Expect
Begin your tour with hotel pickup from your Vancouver accommodation (select hotels only). Then, start the 1.5-hour drive to Whistler in a spacious coach; take in views of the Cheakmus River and Tentalus Mountains along the way.

Spend the day as you please upon arrival in Whistler Valley. Optional activities include zipline tours, snowmobile or off-road excursions, a ride on the Peak 2 Peak Gondola, and browsing the shops at Whistler Village. This tour includes admission to the award-winning Aboriginal Cultural Center and Museum, which educates visitors about First Nations cultures.

After a few hours, begin your return trip, stopping to snap photos of Shannon Falls. Tour ends with drop-off at your Vancouver lodging.
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Good day out

Richard was our driver for this tour. Picked up on time, nice relaxing drive with a couple of pit stops for restroom breaks and photo opportunities. Plenty of tips about what to see and do up at Whistler. The cultural centre entry was included. Had...More

1  Thank Krissydidit
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Awesome! and great and fantastic tour guide..

This is our review on our day trip to Whistler on March 22, 2018 - Our tour guide/driver was Brent and he was on time to pick us up. He gave us pretty good educational knowledge of the First Nation and other information regarding the...More

3  Thank Khyma R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Gorgerous Winter Trip!

I went to the trip at the end of March this year. Although the schedule was kind of different with original one, I was satisfied with the tour. Because I could go to some beautiful spots and got many great photos =D In addition to,...More

Thank Sunny Y
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Very knowledgable tour guide Steve, pleasant trip

Picked up on time at hotel, Steve was very knowledgable. Several stops, good photo ups. All in all a pleasant day

1  Thank sylvie2011
Reviewed January 21, 2018
Great day out.

We only booked this the day before but it was well worth going. We had a great guide who was able to point out and give lots of information about the places we passed and visited on the sea to sky highway. The bus was...More

Thank Buch78
LandseaToursLTD, General Manager at Landsea Tours and Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded January 25, 2018

Hi Buch78, What great feedback, thank you for taking the time to share your touring experience with us, and so glad you enjoyed your Whistler adventure. I am pleased to hear our guide enhanced your experience, and I will also be sure to let our...More

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Emily S
April 5, 2018|
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Response from Buch78 | Reviewed this property |
We had plenty of time to go up the cable car to Whistler mountain, have lunch, and across the 'Peak to Peak', which holds the Guinness World record for the longest free span between ropeway towers. Then down the second open... More
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