Vancouver: Private Panorama Flight by Seaplane
- Private group
- Duration: 45 minutes
per group up to 2
per group up to 2
This is truly a must do while in Vancouver, especially if travelling with friends or family. We have two young boys who both loved the whole thing (particularly take off and landing and the snow topped mountains!). The staff at Harbour Air were very friendly, and we had no problems getting checked in with the family, and were able to leave our bags in the terminal (at no extra charge). The terminal is well equipped, including the free coffee and pastries which we certainly made use of and were not expecting. The pilot was great, talked us through the route he was taking and what we should look out for and asked before take off if there was anything in particular anyone wanted to see. A very worthwhile (if slightly pricey) experience!
This was one of the best tours I have ever experienced. Our marvellous guide, Ed, has lived in Vancouver his entire life and was able to share so many stories of the history of this amazing city. Ed was energetic, amusing, well-informed and so thoughtful concerning the needs of his passengers. My husband and I have some mobility difficulties, but he helped us to keep up with the group. Ed seemed to know people in every location, at every stop, and we were ushered through lines quickly and promptly. The trip was so excellent that we decided to remain with the group for an extra add-on to the trip.
I was grateful for the convenience of being picked up and dropped off at my hotel. The bus was clean and comfortable. The tour was fantastic and it was the tour guide, Terry, who made it so. Her narrative was informative but delivered as a interesting story. I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone who wants to get acquainted with Vancouver.
More info as to how to navigate Granville market to make most of short visit. Guide was great and loads of info, could add look to the right or left as was describing landmarks as we drive by. That why can see them and not miss as didn’t know where to look.