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Vancouver: A Signature City

Program Number: 2678RJ
Start and End Dates:
8/9/2015 - 8/14/2015; 5/30/2016 - 6/4/2016; 8/8/2016 - 8/13/2016; 9/12/2016 - 9/17/2016;
Duration: 5 nights
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Price starting at: $1,245.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Signature Cities; Arts, Misc.; Food & Wine; Independent City Discoveries
Meals: 12; 5 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 4 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian; Low Fat; Low Salt; Gluten Free    

Set amid a backdrop of snow-flecked coast mountains, lush rain forest, and sandy beaches, Vancouver is spectacular by nature. Steadily earning accolades as one of the world’s most livable cities, Vancouver boasts stunning parks and seawall trails, rich history, and remarkable cultural diversity. Go behind the scenes with local experts to get an insider's look at the distinct historical, architectural and cultural communities that give the city its unrivalled cosmopolitan nature. Explore well-known and hidden treasures, from a Ming Dynasty-styled rock garden and bustling sea port to eclectic neighborhoods and markets.


• On an expert-led exploration, delve into Vancouver's art and cultural scene, its fascinating neighborhoods and history, and rich Aboriginal culture at the Museum of Anthropology.
• Savor signature dishes at Vancouver's top restaurants and locally inspired food shops while hearing behind-the-scenes stories that will showcase the best of West coast cuisine.
• Explore the temperate West Coast forest with expert ecologist as you stand amongst the some of the tallest old-growth red cedars and Douglas firs. Enjoy the vista of ocean, mountains, ancient totems along Stanley Park's famous Seawall.

Activity Particulars

Walking 1-2 miles daily. Public transportation is used to traverse this coastal city.

Date Specific Information

8-9-2015, 5-30-2016, 8-8-2016, 9-12-2016

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Vancouver (British Columbia)

Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Vancouver for its breathtaking hiking and biking trails and majestic views of the tree-lined waterway, the Strait of Georgia. With distinctive neighborhoods, top-rated restaurants and a thriving theater and arts scene, Vancouver is also a sophisticated destination. It is renowned as one of the world’s best cities.

Comfortable downtown hotel.
Meals and Lodgings
   Best Western Sands by the Sea
  Vancouver, BC 5 nights
 Best Western Sands by the Sea
Type: Full Service Hotel
  Description: Best Western Sands by the Sea is conveniently located one half block from the beach at beautiful English Bay and three blocks from Stanley Park's 1,000 acres of trails and gardens. Three bus routes stop at the front door for easy access to other parts of town.
  Contact info: 1755 Davie Street
Vancouver, BC V6G 1W5 Canada
phone: 604-682-1831
  Room amenities: In-room coffee makers, iron and ironing board, hair dryers, mini fridges, morning newspaper, free high speed wireless Internet access, iPod/iPhone/iPad Clock Radios and flat screen TV’s.
  Facility amenities: Hotel amenities include a sauna and exercise room. Same-day dry-cleaning and laundry service is available, and there is a laundromat six blocks from the hotel. Restaurant and 2 bars on site.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights prior: Check for availability. Contact the hotel directly for rates & availability. Toll-Free: 1-800-663-9400
  Check in time: 4:00 PM
  Additional nights after: Check for availability. Contact the hotel directly for rates & availability. Toll-Free: 1-800-663-9400
  Check out time: 12:00 PM

Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Arrivals and transfers to the hotel in Vancouver, BC. Check-in after 4:00 pm. Meet your group leader between 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Dinner is at 6:00 p.m. at a nearby restaurant. You will be staying at Best Western Sands by the Sea that night.
  End of Program:
Breakfast is scheduled for 7:30 am. Departures from hotel in Vancouver after breakfast. Check-out is 12:00 pm. You will be staying at Best Western Sands by the Sea the night before.
  Required documents:
The Participant Information Form is required.
  Parking availability:
Parking at the hotel is approximately $15 per day. Please arrange directly with hotel by calling 604-682-1831.
To Start of Program
  Location:  Vancouver, BC
  Nearest city or town:  Vancouver
  Nearest highway: Highway 1 - Trans Canada
  Nearest airport:  Vancouver International
  From End of Program
  Location: Vancouver, BC
    (Additional transportation information same as above)
Travel Details


From Airport





If you purchased airfare through Road Scholar, you’ll receive free round-trip airport transfers to get you to and from your program. You will receive detailed information regarding the transfer approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. If you did not purchase airfare through Road Scholar, you will be responsible for making your own way to and from the airport. Please review the suggested options below.




From Airport






Per Person/One Way:


Approximately $30 - $35 CAD (per taxi)
Prices are subject to change.


Travel Time:


30 minutes 


Taxi service is readily available from the airport to the hotel. No shuttle currently available from Vancouver International Airport (YVR) to downtown Vancouver. For up-to-date information on getting to/from the airport, please visit




From Airport




Public Transportation
Sky Train - Canada Line/City Bus
phone: 604-953-3333


Per Person/One Way:


Approximately $7 - $10 CAD
Prices are subject to change.


Travel Time:


35-45 minutes 


From the airport, take the Sky Train to Yaletown/Roundhouse Station, signs will direct you to the Canada Line. From Yaletown/Roundhouse, take C23 Davie Street bus (same ticket) west to Davie Street & Bidwell, walk a block to the hotel. For more information on schedules and fares, please call Canada Line (TransLink) directly at 604-953-3333 or visit their website




From Train Station




Checker Cabs
phone: 604-683-4567


Per Person/One Way:


Approximately $10 CAD (per taxi)
Prices are subject to change.


Travel Time:


10 minutes 


Taxis available at train station or use call box. Amtrak, Via Rail & Greyhound all provide service to Vancouver. Taxis available from the bus or train depot.




To Airport






Per Person/One Way:


Approximatley $30 - $35 CAD (per taxi)
Prices are subject to change.


Travel Time:


30 minutes 


Taxi from hotel to Vancouver airport.




To Airport




Public Transportation
City Bus/Sky Train - Canada Line
phone: 604-953-3333


Per Person/One Way:


Approximately $7 - $10 CAD
Prices are subject to change.


Travel Time:


35 - 45 minutes 


From the hotel, walk on Davie Street towards Bidwell Street and take the city bus route C21 towards Yaletown. Depart bus at the Yaletown/Roundhouse Station, there will be signage directing you to the Canada Line. Take the Canada line to the airport. For more information on schedules and fares, please call Canada Line (TransLink) directly at 604-953-3333 or visit their website




To Train Station






Per Person/One Way:


Approximately $10 CAD (per taxi)
Prices are subject to change.


Travel Time:


10 minutes 

Driving Directions
  From East Take the Grandview Highway Exit to Granville Street. Turn right on Granville follow Granville across Granville Street Bridge. Turn Left on Davie Street and follow Davie Street to the ocean.
  From North Take Highway 99 south and turn right on Taylor Way, exit 13. Turn left on Marine Drive. Follow signs for Vancouver, cross Lions Gate Bridge, and continue on West Georgia. Turn right on Denman Street and then turn left on Davie Street. Follow Davie Street to the ocean.
  From South Take US Interstate 5 to Highway 99, follow 99 to 41st. Avenue. Turn Left on 41st Avenue and continue to Granville Street. Turn Right on Granville; follow Granville across Granville Street Bridge and turn left on Davie Street. Follow Davie Street to the ocean.
  From West Take Tsawwasswen Ferry Terminal, then follow Highway 17. Take exit to Highway 99 and follow Highway 99 to 41st Avenue. Turn Left on 41st Avenue and continue to Granville Street. Turn right on Granville; follow Granville across Granville Street Bridge. Turn left on Davie Street and follow Davie Street to the ocean.
Equipment Requirements: Supportive/comfortable footwear, good walking shoes are recommended, breathable, yet comfortable clothing suitable for daily walking, raincoat and/or windproof jacket (lined for cooler temperatures), umbrella, refillable water bottle.
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Daily Schedule

Day 1: Arrivals and Check-In/Welcome Dinner/Orientation
(Sunday, August 9)
 Afternoon: Arrivals and transfers to the program hotel by 4:00 pm. Meet your Group Leader between 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. in the hotel lobby to register and get your welcome packet; or pick up your package at the front desk if you arrive later.
 Dinner: Dinner at a nearby restaurant (Milestones) at 6:00 p.m. followed by orientation and introductions. Please be aware that program activities and scheduled times could change due to local circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding.
Accommodations: Best Western Sands by the Sea
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: The Five Cultures That Shaped Vancouver/City Exploration by Coach/Museum of Anthropology
(Monday, August 10)
 Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.
 Morning: Learn about Vancouver’s history and culture and how it has evolved into a modern, progressive city. Examine the historical precedents and urban planning that have enabled the city to achieve its status as one of the most "livable" cities in the world.

Vancouver is situated in an exceptional natural environment and is often cited as one of the best cities in the world to live, work, visit or invest in. Travel with your local guide by bus through Vancouver’s downtown core en route to the Museum of Anthropology. See some of the city’s most notable neighborhoods and hear about points of interest along the way.

 Lunch: Box lunch at the Museum of Anthropology including a selection of sandwiches, fruit, a cookie and a bottle of water. Participants can eat their lunch in the cafeteria or outside on the patio (weather permitting).
 Afternoon: Explore the Museum of Anthropology and gain a remarkable glimpse into the lives of the indigenous peoples of the northwest coast of British Columbia. Discover one of the world's outstanding collections of Pacific Northwest Aboriginal artifacts. Massive totem poles, carved boxes, bowls and feast dishes are displayed in the Great Hall, while smaller (but equally magnificent) pieces in gold, silver, argillite, wood, ceramic and other materials are exhibited in the galleries. Canada's largest teaching museum is located in a spectacular building overlooking mountains and sea, and its collections, exhibitions and programs are renowned for providing insight into the cultures of indigenous peoples around the world.
 Dinner: Dinner will be at Dockside restaurant on Granville Island. Free time after dinner to explore on your own or return to the hotel.
Accommodations: Best Western Sands by the Sea
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Gastown/Chinatown Historic Walk/Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Gardens
(Tuesday, August 11)

Note: Participants should be prepared to stop en route for approximately 10 minutes at a time.

 Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel includes: sliced fresh fruit, assorted healthy muffins, assorted cold cereals, individual yogurts, hot oatmeal, toast, scrambled eggs, orange juice, coffee or tea.
 Morning: Today, explore two of the city's most fascinating neighborhoods - Gastown and Chinatown. Join a well-known cultural historian on a walk through Gastown, one of the oldest parts of the city and much of the early architecture and character remains, giving it a different look and feel than the glass and concrete of the rest of downtown. Learn about the importance of Gastown and the birthplace of the city of Vancouver, which was created around the same time that Canada became a nation. The neighborhoods are also unique in that they have the kind of old-fashioned architecture that no longer exists downtown or in the West End.

Continue with an exploration of Chinatown and its brightly colored facades, street markets, and the buzz of modern-day Cantonese commerce. Built by Chinese people to authentically reflect their culture and traditions it is still predominantly populated by Chinese people. (Unlike San Francisco's Chinatown which was built by their Chamber of Commerce to attract tourists.) Discover Chinatown's rich heritage, vibrant culture, and incredible food markets while exploring the colorful streets and alleys. Sample traditional Chinese tea or indulge in steamed rice cakes and warm apple tarts from a traditional bakery. Learn about the Millennium Gate, a four-pillar, three-story high, brightly painted arch spanning Pender Street which was erected in 2002 to mark the millennium and commemorate the Chinese community's role in Vancouver's history.

 Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.
 Afternoon: Then visit Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden with an expert on Asian history and culture. The Garden is the first of its kind outside of China and an authentic representation of an age old garden tradition which reached its peak in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The Garden is characteristic of the private spaces within a Ming scholar's residence. With its asymmetrical arrangement of rocks and plants, its winding paths and corridors, and the vistas that overlook its courtyards, the Garden emulates the rhythms of nature.
 Dinner: Dinner at Adesso Bistro.
Accommodations: Best Western Sands by the Sea
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Bill Reid Gallery/Gourmet Food Adventure
(Wednesday, August 12)

Note: Participants should be prepared for 1.5 miles of walking at a moderate pace for the gourmet food adventure; total time is approximately 3 hours including two stops of at least 30 minutes. Public transportation used for transfers.

 Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.
 Morning: Meet with an expert to explore the beautiful collection of the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art. Bill Reid was the pivotal force in introducing to the world the great art traditions of the indigenous people of the Northwest Coast. He is an acclaimed Haida master goldsmith, carver, sculptor, writer, spokesman and one of Canada's greatest artists. Highlights include over 40 pieces of Bill Reid's gold and silver jewelry, Reid's bronze masterpiece Mythic Messengers and several of Reid's works that are featured on Canadian currency.
 Lunch: Embark on a gourmet food experience.
 Afternoon: Our gastronomic adventure begins with savoring dim sum from none other than Kirin Chinese Restaurant – Winner of Vancouver’s Best Dim Sum for sixth consecutive years by Vancouver Magazine. You’ll visit Vancouver’s gourmet specialty grocer where you will taste award winning cheese and chocolate paired with a local wine. Next, we take you to Vancouver’s most popular Italian Restaurant where you’ll savor their Signature Meatball and fresh burrata paired with 2012 Tinhorn Gewurztraminer. We then take you on a short stroll along Vancouver’s gourmet restaurant street and trendy shopping neighborhood. Then we hop across the street to Hubbub, creator of Vancouver’s top 10 sandwiches for their Pulled Pork Sandwich and beer pairing. You’ll learn how this amazing sandwich is made and experience firsthand the magnetic appeal of this majestic sandwich. Finally, happy bellies are treated to a sweet ending with the best gelato and sorbetto on the continent at Bella Gelateria, winner of North America’s best gelato. Please note tasting locations subject to change.
 Dinner: Dinner on your own to explore local fare.
Accommodations: Best Western Sands by the Sea
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 5: Vancouver: Natural History/Walking StanleyPark/Free Afternoon
(Thursday, August 13)

Note: The walk to/from and through Stanley Park will be approximately 2 miles or 3.22 km over relatively flat terrain.

 Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.
 Morning: A member of the Stanley Park Ecology Society will lead you on an in-depth exploration of Stanley Park, a breathtaking park which remains unspoiled and a testimony to the giant trees which occupied the site of Vancouver in its former days. With the ocean and mountain vista as a backdrop, learn about this unique park and its temperate rainforest ecosystem. Its natural west coast atmosphere offers a back drop of majestic cedar, hemlock and fir trees which transports visitors to an environment rich in tranquility. World famous landmarks in the park will also be discussed including Lost Lagoon, totem poles, various monuments and sculptures, and the 5.5 mile seawall which encircles the entire park.
 Lunch: Lunch on your own to explore the many dining options the city has to offer.
 Afternoon: Free afternoon to explore the city on your own. Information will be provided for free time activities.
 Dinner: Farewell dinner at the Boathouse Restaurant.
Accommodations: Best Western Sands by the Sea
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 6: Program Concludes/Departures
(Friday, August 14)
 Breakfast: Breakfast will be served from approximately 7:30 am. to 9:00 am.
 Morning: Independent departures after breakfast as per individual travel plans. Hotel check-out is 12:00 noon. This concludes our program. We hope you enjoy Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. Please be in touch via the Road Scholar Social Network, where you can share memories, pictures and comments. Best wishes for all your journeys.
Meals Included: Breakfast

Free Time Opportunities
  Vancouver, BC Grouse Mountain
Take the Gondola to the top of Grouse Mountain. If you want a real challenge - or at least a serious workout - try the Grouse Grind. A 2.9-kilometre (3700 ft) trail straight up to the top of Grouse Mountain. When you do the Grind, it's recommended you wear hiking boots and carry water. For those in good shape the hike takes about an hour. An average time would be between one and a half to two hours. The world record for doing the Grind is under 27 minutes! It's free to hike up, but it's not wise (or advised) for you to hike back down so you'll need to pay for the gondola ride to the bottom ($10 - 15 CDN for gondola ride). The Grind is open from late Spring to early Fall, dependant on weather and trail conditions. For additional information, visit
  Museum of Vancouver
Museum of Vancouver (MOV) creates Vancouver-focused exhibitions and programs that encourage dynamic conversations about what was, is, and can be Vancouver. Permanent exhibits tell the city’s stories from the early 1900s to the late ‘70s and are complemented by contemporary, groundbreaking feature exhibits. MOV is located in scenic Vanier Park, set against a spectacular vista of ocean, city skyline, and mountains. For additional information, visit
  Vancouver Maritime Museum
Visitors enjoy the Vancouver Maritime Museum’s many permanent and changing exhibits, the famous RCMP schooner St Roch and Children's Maritime Discovery Centre. The Maritime Museum tells the stories of Canada's ties to the Pacific and the Arctic. As a centre for life-long learning, the Museum interprets our ongoing interaction with the sea through exhibitions and programs for people of all ages. Visitors will discover rich maritime history and traditions and there’s so much to see and do for landlubbers and old salts. Explore the many exhibits on pirates, shipwrecks, lighthouses, early fur trade, fireboats, Vancouver warships, deep-ocean exploration, coastal and transpacific steamship lines, and so much more. For additional information, visit
  Vancouver Zodiac Adventures
Immerse yourself in the pristine scenery and coastal wildlife of British Columbia. On this 3-hour tour, your guide will take you deep into Howe Sound to explore the many islands and inlets. Once there, you will encounter seals and sea lions, visit seabird nesting sites and discover bald eagles. Also be on the lookout for porpoises! Returning to Coal Harbour you will be treated to breathtaking views of downtown Vancouver, English Bay, Stanley Park and the Lions Gate Bridge. The tours are guided by a certified naturalist/skipper and depart from the Westin Bayshore, Vancouver dock. For additional information, visit
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List

A Traveller's History of Canada

Author: Robert Bothwell

Description: A readable and admirably concise march through Canadian history from prehistory to today, including a timeline.

Art of the Northwest Coast

Author: Aldona Jonaitis

Description: A survey of Pacific Northwest art and artistic traditions from Puget Sound to Alaska, featuring thought-provoking essays by art historian Jonaitis along with 152 illustrations, 89 in color.

Bachelor Brothers' Bed and Breakfast

Author: Bill Richardson

Description: Lake Woebegone goes British Columbian in this humorous slip of a novel about an unconventional Vancouver B&B, which features twin bookworm brothers, a talking parrot and a motley crew of hotel guests.

British Columbia Seashore Life

Author: Pocket Naturalist

Description: A fold-up, laminated card featuring color drawings and short descriptions of common marine plants, echinoderms, mollusks, crustaceans, nearshore fish, birds and mammals of British Columbia.

Exploring Vancouver, The Architectural Guide

Author: Harold Kalman

Description: In this highly accessible and authoritative guide to Vancouver's architecture, specialists Harold Kalman and Robin Ward take us on a tour of Vancouver's fourteen neighborhoods, exploring the city's rich architectural heritage in over 450 entries. Each entry includes historical, social and architectural commentary accompanied by striking, full-color photographs.

Great Bear Wild

Author: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (Introduction), Ian McAllister

Description: A colorful photographic journey through the Great Bear Rainforest that follows the coast from Vancouver Island to southern Alaska; McAllister captures the spectacular landscapes and wildlife, including wolves, whales and bears.

How to Be a Canadian, Even If You Already Are One

Author: Ian Ferguson, Will Ferguson

Description: A tongue-in-cheek portrait of Canadian people and society, written by two native sons. Not entirely (but mostly) in jest, the book is an insightful look at the Canadian national character.

Long Beach Wild, A Celebration of People and Place on Canada's Rugged Western Shore

Author: Adrienne Mason

Description: An intimate portrait of Long Beach -- the spectacular sweep of sand along the west coast of Vancouver -- by a longtime resident of the region. Featuring archival photos and contemporary photography of the nature, Mason delves in to the history and wildlife of a portion of the Pacific coast she clearly loves.

Moon Vancouver and Victoria, Including Whistler and Vancouver Island

Author: Andrew Hempstead

Description: A no-nonsense practical guide in the Moon series, jam-packed not only with travel necessities (hotels, restaurants, sights), but also with a good overview of history, flora and fauna and geology.

Myths and Legends of the Pacific Northwest

Author: Katharine Berry Judson

Description: Presented here with 52 photographs, these traditional stories, first collected in 1910, reveal myths and traditions of creation, alongside noted geographical features of the territory.

National Audubon Society Field Guide to the Pacific Northwest

Author: Peter Alden

Description: A compact photographic guide to the wildflowers, trees, mosses, butterflies, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals of the Pacific Northwest.

Selected Stories

Author: Alice Munro

Description: This collection of 28 short stories represents some of Munro's finest work. A powerful range of emotional, evocative tales set throughout the cities and rural towns of her native country.

The Island Within

Author: Richard Nelson

Description: A beautifully written tribute to the Pacific Northwest. Drawn from the author's journals, this is an account of the natural and cultural history of an island in the waters of Haida Strait, with emphasis on the relationship between people and the land.

The Last Great Sea, A Voyage Through the Human and Natural History of the North Pacific Ocean

Author: Terry Glavin, Carl Safina (Introduction)

Description: A wide-ranging conservation history of British Columbia and the North Pacific Ocean. Glavin lives in the Gulf Islands, where he writes frequently about fisheries and environmental issues facing the region.

The Raven Steals the Light

Author: Robert Bringhurst, Bill Reid (Illustrator), Claude Levi-Strauss (Introduction)

Description: A classic collection of 10 Haida myths and legends with accompanying black and white etchings by Vancouver artist Bill Reid. These stories capture the storytelling traditions of the Haida.

The West Beyond the West, A History of British Columbia

Author: Jean Barman

Description: A fascinating history of the Canadian province from the 18th century to the mid-1990s. The author weaves portraits of major personalities and events into a readable overview of the cultural and social influences that have shaped the region.

Vancouver Birds: An Introduction to Familiar Species

Author: James Kavanagh

Description: This pocket-sized reference for the bird enthusiast includes illustrations of over 120 species and a map of local birdwatching hotspots.

Vancouver Map

Author: Berndtson & Berndtson

Description: A laminated, folded map of Vancouver, British Columbia at a scale of 1:15,000.

Vancouver Then and Now

Author: Francis Mansbridge

Description: This installment in the Then and Now series takes stock of Vancouver’s evolution by placing antique photographs side-by-side with contemporary ones. It peels back the years so that readers can see city fixtures as they once were.

Why I Hate Canadians

Author: Will Ferguson

Description: This is the tenth anniversary edition of Ferguson's wickedly astute cultural salvo, the collection of humorous essays that launched his career. As you might guess, the title is tongue-in-cheek.

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