Top Vancouver Summer tours

Vancouver can reach temperatures of up to 35 degrees, with an average of 22 degrees on most days.

So, Vancouver Summer is a great time for a hike to a glacial lake, a day at the beach, mountain biking, or people watching from a roof-top patio bar.

Visit Vancouver's most famous landmarks on one of these top Vancouver sightseeing tours.
 Take a sightseeing tour of Vancouver to explore the city's best attractions and famous landmarks with an expert guide or at your own pace. See the beautiful city from a different perspective on a Private tour, a Luxury Car tour, or a river Boat tour; or book a one-day private tour with Globalduniya and get an extra day free.

Most tours would start again following the coronavirus lockdown, with various measures in place to ensure your safety. If you're not able to visit yet, experience Vancouver with Globalduniya with Day tours, 360-degree views of Vancouver.

It's little wonder that before covid, Vancouver was one of the world's top tourist destinations, which attracted upward of 20 million visitors each year from around the world. This Beautiful city is a vibrant art and entertainment center (its theaters are always busy), and the country's music scene still rocks.

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Vancouver also offers one of the planet's greatest concentrations of cultural attractions. From Vancouver art Galleries, museums, and cathedrals to riding gondolas for breathtaking views over the mountains, you could spend endless days exploring Vancouver's best sightseeing locations without ever running out of unique things to see and do. And, as an added bonus, many of the best places to visits are free.

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To help you make the most of your Vancouver travel itinerary, be sure to refer often to our list of the top tourist attractions in Vancouver

What to do in Vancouver this Summer

Vancouver is one of the most famous cities in the world, known for its architecture, art, and culture. It’s also famous for the huge number of cars that it has on the road, which can make it a bit of a pain to drive to, even for people living near Vancouver. However, Vancouver has a great Skytrain and rail system with connections to most other parts of the country. By using the train it’s easy to travel to Vancouver and a lot less stressful than driving, making it is easier to enjoy your time seeing the sights of this iconic city this summer. You have an enormous flight coming and going through Vancouver. You have floatplanes also to visit interiors.

This summer in Vancouver one of the ways you can really get to grip with the city is to take a tour on an open-top Luxury Car. With some tour companies, there is the option of up to three different routes, which, in all, take you to 60 iconic monuments and points of interest. The weather this summer hasn’t been ideal for open-top transport, however, so it’s important to take an umbrella, just in case.

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Another way to get to know the city is to be your own tour guide. You may Just walk around Vancouver this could be fascinating and the city has some really interesting places to visit like whistler, Victoria, and Vancouver Island. These places have their own, unique characteristics; however, you’ll still be sure to find a classic Vancouver market, complete with incomprehensible stall owners.

To get around Vancouver, you can buy a day pass, which allows you access to the various forms of public transport, including the tube and the bus services. The local areas in Vancouver will be particularly alive and vibrant this year.

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Not only this, but the City of Vancouver offers free festivals and events almost every week during the summer. With lots of positive vibes, happy faces, and an electric atmosphere, you will definitely stay busy in the city.

The spectacular summer events on the streets of Vancouver. Since it started in, it has grown in popularity, and notoriety, and now attracts visitors from around the world. It takes place on the August bank holiday weekend, Pride parade in which there are steel bands, amazing costumes, and delicious Vancouver food to be enjoyed. The parade itself goes past the however, this is normally closed on both days of the festival, so it is important to find an alternative route to the celebrations

Summer Cinema Fun

Grab some friends, and a picnic and prepare for this annual outdoor cinema in Stanley Park. It is totally free and there are always some classic movies showing!

Vancouver summer cinema fun

Street Party Enjoy

This is the biggest arts and music festival in Vancouver. It takes place in the Kitsilano neighbourhood, on the busy West 4th Avenue. You will find stalls, food trucks, beer gardens, music and performances, and more. It gets very busy, with thousands of people attending.

Street party Vancouver

Car-free Day Celebration on Commercial Drive

Commercial Drive Car Free Day is a day when the roads are closed to cars.

Fifteen blocks along ‘The Drive’ become an ocean of pedestrians who want to enjoy the community spirit. You will find food trucks, market stalls, music and entertainment, competitions and prizes, local artists community activities, and much more. It is great for all ages.

Vancouver summer fun


Pride Parade Vancouver

This annual event to celebrate and support the LGBTQ+ community is one of the most fun Summer events in the city. Celebrations take place during July and August, and you can find out more here. The main event is the Pride Parade. It feels like almost everyone living in the city heads to the parade to enjoy the party. You will find music, food, free stuff, information, and good vibes.

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Outdoor Yoga Class

ALL SUMMER until 31st August | Check the schedule HERE for times and locations

This is the largest outdoor yoga program in Western Canada. Offered to all people, all ages, all backgrounds, and all experience levels.

Stretch, relax and meet new people at various locations including Kitsilano Beach, Main Street, Granville Island, and Downtown.

Explore More!

Even if you’ve managed to see everything there is a lot to see in Vancouver the fun doesn’t stop there. Vancouver has rail and flight connections to lots of other parts of the country and the USA

For a free, no-obligation, consultation simply emails a few of these details to and we will get straight back to you with some ideas and suggestions.

If you like my ideas for a tour we can come up with a more detailed plan, by email or phone at +17788821450, before you decide whether or not to book