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$27.24 Walking & Biking Tours

Independent Bike Tour of Vancouver

Your day begins at the local shop in downtown, where an expert guide will set you up with rentals and a custom map of Vancouver that will give suggested routes and highlights for you to explore at your leisure. Visit the hip, trendy boutiques of historical Gaston. Look for steamed buns in a reborn Chinatown. Drink in the cafe culture of Main Street. Soak up the sun on the expansive beaches of Kitsalano and English Bay. Enjoy all the treats of the Granville Island markets. Ride the easy trails under the old-growth cedars and dense, green rain forest of Stanley Park. Every diverse corner and cultural gem of Vancouver is easily within reach when using a uniquely designed, independent bike tour map and the latest model city bikes. This city has incomparable views of the surrounding mountains and gleaming skylines at every turn. From the world-famous seawall cycling path, access diverse attractions such as Science World, Stanley Park, English Bay, the Olympic Village, Granville Island, Vancouver Museum, Maritime Museum, and Jericho Beach. If looking to ascend the Spanish Banks, the Museum of Anthropology, Beatty Biodiversity Museum, and Nitobe Japanese Garden, they are just beyond the end of the seawall on the campus of the University of British Columbia (UBC).The historical Gastown, Railtown, and Main Street neighborhoods have rapidly developed into the city's youngest and trendiest areas. From world-class clothing and home goods designers to simple cafes, experimental gastropubs, donuteries, and even organic soft-serve ice cream outlets, spend an entire day rolling through these neighborhoods alone. Stanley Park is enjoyed in many different ways by visitors. With a whole day to explore, consider taking two trips around the park — one on the seawall circuit for the countless and breathtaking ocean and mountain views, and another to explore the winding trails. These are two very distinct experiences of Vancouver's treasured green gem. The independent tour map will describe how to get the absolute best of both these worlds.

$20 Cultural & Theme Tours

Old Town Spring Ghost Tour

Join us for some of the most evil, dastardly, and disturbing tales that we’ve been able to collect throughout Spring’s rich history. Walk through the quiet yet noisy streets of this Old West town, where the dead never seem to rest. Ghostly history, fables, and tales – the list is long, and we’re dying to tell you! The strangest things happen after dusk every day. The shop owners throw up their “closed” signs, and hurry out of town as fast as they can. Some seem to lose their minds, become violent and angry, or completely vanish, never to be heard from again. And by the time our tour starts, we are the only people walking around in what becomes a literal Ghost Town. Our Spring tour starts in front of a shop called Sedona Joe's, located at 311 Main Street, Spring, Texas.Join us today and feed your curiosity!Highlights of the Tour:1 hour walk Hear the haunted history of Spring and surrounding areasListen to stories of spooky happenings and mysterious hauntings local to the areaLearn about the paranormal world that lies just beyond your viewExplore haunted areas with professionals who will answer your questions about the paranormal Enjoy a walk through a haunted town while having funGood for the whole familyVoted #1 tour in Houston, and surrounding metropolitan areasProfessional and entertaining award winning tour guidesA 1 Hour guided Ghost Tour of Old Town Spring, Texas.8PM family friendly tours for all agesR rated tours for ages 13 and upOur Tours are a ghost story for you to experience first hand! Travel to a haunted town and listen to your entertaining tour guide as they guide you to each haunted stop.Follow your guide through archways, down dark paths, and over old wooden bridges to the paranormal beyond.Are you ready for your experience?We recommend bringing a few things with you on tour:Water bottles, your camera (cell phones work fine!), and/or an umbrella if it may rain.Please wear comfortable clothing, as we will be outside the entire time. We walk through dirt and gravel pathways, and may encounter mud puddles along the tour route. Please wear comfortable shoes that you don't mind getting wet.Please bring bug spray with you if you can, as Texas is notorious for mosquitos!There are no restrooms provided on tour unless the local theater is having a show. In that case, we will be able to stop for a bathroom break. It's best to plan ahead and use the restroom before you come to the tour location.

$70.38 Cultural & Theme Tours

Tofino Food Tours

Tasting 1: RHINO COFFEE HOUSE As the tour starts, you’ll enter the eclectic Rhino Coffee House where you’ll get to sample their freshly brewed coffee. Not only will you get to perk up with some coffee, you’re going to get to try a sample of one their signature doughnuts which are freshly made in-store each and every day.Tasting 2: SOBO As the tour continues, you’ll find yourself dining at the award-winning restaurant – SoBo. It’s here where you will taste Crispy Shrimp & Cod Cakes paired with Hoyne Brewing Co. Dark Matter beer. Tasting 3: SCHOONER RESTAURANTThe Schooner Restaurant is Tofino’s oldest restaurant dating back to the 1960’s when it was first opened by the Bruce family. Here you’ll get to sample their Old School Clam & Bacon Chowder. Tasting 4: PICNIC CHARCUTERIE On Main Street, you’ll get a chance to view Clayoquot Sound from the spacious back deck of Tofino Sea Kayaking. It’s here where you’ll be presented with samples of heavenly meats, cheeses, and other treatsthat are made in-house at the renowned Picnic Charcuterie. Tasting 5: DOCKSIDE SMOKED FISH STORE Here you’ll get to taste locally caught salmon that has been smoked and flavoured in a few different tasty varieties. Trust us, after you try a couple of bites, you’ll be hooked and wanting more.After your tasting, you’ll also have an opportunity to walk around the House of Himwitsa First Nations art gallery and store.Tasting 6: ICE HOUSE OYSTER BAR As the tour winds down, you’ll find yourself at a true Tofino gem that will have you wanting return again and again. The Ice House Oyster Bar offers an uninterrupted view of Clayoquot Sound in a historic warehouse that is still an operational ice facility for local fisherman.Here you’re going to get a real treat – a full-sized serving of their special Umami Tsunami Oystercombined with a glass of crisp sparkling apple cider. During your tasting, the views of Clayoquot Sound will have you wanting to park yourself at the Ice House Oyster Bar for the remainder of the day. It’s truly a magical place.Tasting 7: CHOCOLATE TOFINO Goodbyes don’t always have to be sad. As the tour wraps up and we say our goodbyes, you’ll be given a voucher for a heavenly scoop of gelato from Chocolate Tofino. You can pop into Chocolate Tofino at your convenience and enjoy this delicious treat that will surely put a smile on your face.

$52.07 Walking & Biking Tours

Street Art Cycling Tour

We start the tour at 1754 Davie Street at English Bay Bike Rentals. From the rental shop, we head to the seawall and ride east towards Main Street. This section includes a scenic cycle along False Creek. Once we arrive at Mt. Pleasant, your guide will take you on a tour of the back alley tapestries behind Main Street. These colourful works of street art were commissioned for the Vancouver Mural Festival. Your guide will also point out local graffiti, explaining the process, meaning and consequences of unsanctioned street art. After a solid introduction to the neighbourhood, riders will have a chance to stop for a quick break at Vancouver's famous artisan bakery, Cartems Donuts. With vegan and gluten-free options, there is a donut for everyone. We highly recommend the London Fog! With a bit of a sugar buzz, riders will continue north towards the False Creek Flats and the second group of murals. Along this path we will pass the newly finished Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Once at the flats, riders will be shown murals from the inaugural Mural Festival in 2016.    From the flats, we will continue the tour north, towards Strathcona. The Strathcona neighbourhood contains a famous graffiti alley, a giant canvas dedicated to Jimi Hendrix and the last of the Mural Festival submissions.  To complete the ride, your guide will take you behind Gastown to Crab Park and along the seawall back to the bike shop. Crab has some of the best views in the city - the perfect way to end your afternoon.


San Diego, Grand Canyon & Vegas

Kicks abound on Route 66 – come get yours. Nicknamed "the Main Street of America," there’s nothing Norman Rockwell-esque on the stretch of highway you’ll travel on this trip. Burgers, longboards, and big-city shenanigans are the order of the day every day as you take in the sights and sounds of LA, San Diego, the Grand Canyon, and Vegas with an expert CEO leading the way. If you’ve always longed to see the real American Southwest but never had the time or the money, well, you’re fresh out of excuses.