Step aboard a sturdy nine-metre rigid hull zodiac boat and embark on a captivating journey that unveils the history of Granville Island. Departing from False Creek, you’ll be enthralled by intriguing tales about iconic landmarks such as the Burrard Street Bridge, the renowned Bard on the Beach theatre festival, and the historic Eugenia Building. As you navigate along the shoreline, you’ll pass the magnificent Stanley Park and pause at Siwash Rock, an iconic Vancouver landmark, where you can capture stunning photographs.

Follow the scenic shoreline towards Point Atkinson, and then arrive at Bowen Island, where you’ll have an hour to indulge in dining experiences and explore the charming shops that adorn the island. Afterwards, return to the boat for a second leg of the sightseeing adventure. Witness Vancouver’s lively seal colony from the water, and if time allows marvel at the impressive shipping freighters at the Spanish Banks. Continuing along the picturesque south shore of English Bay, you’ll pass by Jericho and Kits Beach before steering back towards the shoreline of Granville Island, where this captivating tour concludes.

Please Note: All Freedom Day descriptions represent a typical itinerary and may not operate exactly as described. Local operators may vary from time to time.

Vancouver: Vancouver: Bowen Island Dinner is featured in the following itineraries:
Grand Canadian Rockies
Grand Canadian Rockies and Alaskan Cruise