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Vancouver Charter Bus Rental Service
Vancouver Charter Bus
Are you looking for fun, hassle-free adventures in Vancouver, BC? The huge selection of charter buses, minibuses, and motor coaches at Gogo Charters allows you to explore this one-of-a-kind city safely and easily. Our staff is on-hand 24/7 to help you plan your excursions in one of Canada's most vibrant metropolises.
The area is brimming with parks and gardens, but the must-see slice of nature in the city is the enormous Stanley Park. At 1,000 acres, it's larger than Central Park in New York and features an equally beautiful version of Shakespeare Garden. It could easily overwhelm the average traveler with many options for what to see and do. Visit the aquarium to see the famous beluga whales and over 50,000 other creatures. Hike along the perimeter, known as the Seawall, to see amazing views of downtown and the 32-million-year-old Siwash Rock. Dine at the historic Teahouse. Hope onto one of the beloved horse-drawn carriages or spend some time at one of Stanley Park's many beaches and gardens. However you spend your visit, you simply cannot come to this city without spending time here.
The Historic Gastown Neighborhood
The oldest part of Vancouver is often considered the heart of the city - Gastown. The restored Victorian buildings and cobblestone streets evoke a bygone era, when Gastown was founded by John Deighton in 1867 and built around the city's first tavern. Today, the neighborhood has been voted one of the most stylish in the world, and it's home to many art galleries, boutiques, and unique restaurants. The social calendar for this diverse area is never short of excitement, and Gastown is a great place to experience the city's hippest nightlife. Visitors also enjoy Gastown's steam clock, located on the corner of Cambie and Water Street. It puffs steam and chimes every fifteen minutes.
The city's bustling Granville Island was once solely an industrial area but is now home to retailers, artists, and merchants. The famous Graville Public Market offers fresh food, including pasta and vegetables, and the day vendors on the island sell crafts like soap and jewelry. A road connects the arts area with the mainland, along with several footbridges. And from the downtown peninsula, visitors can hop off their charter bus and hop on the ferry. Locals love to show off the island to tourists because it's a wonderful destination for shopping, eating, and enjoying a relaxed atmosphere that's distinctly British Columbia and lots of fun.
The University of British Columbia's Museum of Anthropology
One of the city's most celebrated cultural destinations is the Museum of Anthropology on th UBC campus because of its focus on the First Nations of British Columbia. While the museum houses artifacts from cultures around the world, the native artistic works and authentic totem poles appeal to visitors who have an interest in the area's history. The museum's building actually attracts interest itself, as it was a World War II-era fort transformed by architect and BC native Arthur Erickson. Stick around the UBC campus and visit the Beaty Biodiversity Museum and the UBC Botanical Garden, which features a beautiful Japanese garden and a variety of plant life. The campus even has its own beach, where clothing is always optional. It's a great place to experience the exciting youth culture that forms the backbone of the region.
Capilano Suspension Bridge
The city's oldest tourist attraction opened in 1889, and Capilano Suspension Bridge Park continues to attract both local and visiting adventurers. The original, 450-foot suspension bridge crosses the Capilano River, but the park features similar attractions like the Cliff Walk and Treetop Adventures, designed to give patrons a high-up, incredible view of the forest and canyon below. The park is also home to locally-sourced dining options and a store that sells First Nations designs and famous home-made fudge. Those who visit during the winter months fall in love with Capilano Suspension Bridge Park's Canyon Lights, where glittering Christmas lights illuminate the trees and transform the suspension walks into a magical holiday experience. Capilano is home to the world's tallest living Christmas tree, which reaches 153 feet. The connection to nature you can discover at this park leaves many tourists in awe. When you're planning a visit to Vancouver, keep in mind that these are just a few of the places you can experience in a huge and exciting city. Gogo Charters can help you avoid GPS and confusion when you're trying to pack in as many sights as possible with a bus rental. You'll have plenty of time to get familiar with one of Canada's most famous and beloved urban areas without the risk of getting lost or looking for parking. For easy and affordable travel options, contact us today.