Alpine North Limousine will make your trip to BC one to remember. Book your sightseeing tour with us and visit top attractions, and all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy all of what the region has to offer. We will provide you with door to door service, unmatched flexibility, relaxation, and a luxury that structured SUV or Bus that standard tours simply don’t provide. We can accommodate groups anywhere from 2 to 10 in one of our Luxurious SUV’s or Buses. Our Chauffeurs are friendly, knowledgeable, and happy to make recommendations based on past wine tour experiences. Sightseeing tours are available with flexible departure times from Squamish, Whistler and Vancouver. All tours can be private and fully customizable, please contact us to help you create your customized tour package.
Come discover Whistler & Shannon Falls on a full day trip up the Sea to Sky corridor! Experience the power of one of British Columbia’s tallest waterfalls and prepare to be mesmerized by the area’s gigantic trees and old-growth stumps. This tour also features a stop at the Squamish and Lil’wat Cultural Center, which shares the culture of local First Nations.
Cross the Lions Gate Bridge and enjoy the temperate rainforest of Vancouver’s North Shore. Visit the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, home of one of the world’s longest suspension footbridge and cliff walk – a path cantilevered to the granite cliff-side. Step aboard the famous Grouse Mountain Gondola – a tram that travels one aerial mile to the Peak Chalet for the seasonal entertainment including live performances and the wildlife refuge for two orphaned grizzly bears.
Make the most of your time in breathtaking British Columbia with an unforgettable sightseeing tour. A full day adventure awaits you as you cruise up the Howe Sound, by classic Chris-Craft Constellation motor yacht, ride the Sea to Sky Gondola 885m above sea level, discover the awe inspiring Shannon falls and explore the Britannia Mine Museum.
Soak in the views as you cruise some of British Columbia’s natural beauty and ride in luxury to Canada’s legendary Whistler Blackcomb. A full day adventure awaits you as you cruise up the Howe Sound, by classic Chris-Craft Constellation motor yacht, visit BC’s third tallest waterfall and take a 45 minute drive in style from Squamish to Whistler.
Squamish has so many interesting places to see and things to do. The estuary is where the Squamish River meets the Howe Sound Ocean. It’s a place with plenty of food for fish, birds, and seals. It’s also world renowned for the consistent winds during the summer, and as a result you can also see another species congregating here…the windsurfers and kiteboarders! On this tour we take you to the very tip of the spit where you will have excellent views of the Squamish Valley including: Diamondhead Mountain, the Mamquam glacier, the Chief, and Shannon Falls.
Squamish is a 6 hour tour recommended for a day’s outing for families and groups of all ages. Squamish is located at the northern tip of a glacially etched fjord, surrounded by a spectacular mountain backdrop and nestled within a temperate rainforest, Squamish is recognized worldwide for its culture, recreation and incredible mountain lifestyle. Visit the Chief, watch the windsurfers in the bay or discover all of the recreational activities that you can image. Find out more about our Squamish tour here.
Every year thousands of eagles congregate to the Squamish Valley to feast on the salmon spawning in the local rivers. The peak periods for eagles is between mid-December and mid-January, however, there are still a significant number of eagles in November and February. View these magnificent birds and tour the beautiful Squamish Valley all from the comfort of our luxury SUV. Our Eagle viewing tours are 6 hour tours.
Witness one of the miracles of nature, every year salmon return from the Pacific Ocean to reproduce in local rivers. Salmon live most of their life in the ocean, but when they are mature they return to the fresh water rivers that they were born in to lay their eggs. Black bears can be seen feeding on the spawning salmon but we try and keep our distance or avoid them altogether, and at certain times of the year you can see thousands of salmon migrating up river. So if you’re looking to learn more about salmon this is the perfect tour for you!
Whistler and Blackcomb are home to hundreds of resident black bears. They can be found deep in the forests or on the grassy ski hills during the summer months. During the early spring (mid-May to mid-June) when the grass is lush and green you will be able to observe resident black bears along the side of the highway and on the ski trails. You may even be lucky enough to see residents mothers with cubs and/or yearlings. The bears continue to graze on the different grasses during the later part of spring (mid-June to mid-July), Become more active during summer and go into hibernation late fall. Book your bear tour today!