Coupon, promo code for Vancouver British Columbia Private Christmas Lights Tour

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Vancouver Christmas Lights is a two hour private tour with your own personal chauffeur in a luxury vehicle.  You’ll see all the spectacular light displays that Vancouver, British Columbia, has to offer.  Sounds like a great evening to me!

This tour includes pick up from all hotels in Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond and Surreys.  A minimum of two people is needed for this tour.

What You’ll See

Vancouver’s lovely Queen Elizabeth Park has a beautiful outdoor fountain and stunning light displays.  At 125 meters above sea level, it is the highest point in Vancouver.  It offers spectacular views of the park, Vancouver and the mountains on the North Shore.

Located in the heart of Vancouver’s waterfront, Canada Place is an iconic landmark and a venue for world class events.  And it’s the home of Indigo Christmas at Canada Place, including holiday illuminations and light displays along the Canadian Trail on the Promenade Deck.  

You’ll see English Bay Beach, the most populated beach area in downtown Vancouver.  Lumiere is an arts and lights event that has installations illuminating Vancouver’s West End.  It’s very pretty.

Lights of Hope illuminate the facade of St. Paul’s Hospital into a beacon of hope and you’ll get a good look at it.

Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood Gastown displays a spectacular light show.  This will be another stop on your tour.

Robson Street is beautifully lit for the holidays.  This will be a stop and you can take a stroll and admire the lights.  You can also get a cup of cocoa and enjoy the festive spirit of the street.

Your next stop will be Stanley Park.  Bright Lights is back with sparkling illuminations and Christmas displays.  They have live entertainment, a giant reindeer, a gorgeous walk through tunnel, an antique fire truck and so much more.  There are food and beverage vendors onsite.  The park also has nine totem poles, each representing a different First Nation tribe.

Prospect Point is the highest point in Stanley Park and gives panoramic views of the park and the city.  Built in 1914, the Brockton Point Lighthouse is located at the eastern end of Stanley Park and features stunning views of Vancouver and the harbor.


If you go through the tour company, you’ll pay $287 USD ($399 CD).  But if you book your ticket here, you can save $67 off that price.  That’s a 23% discount.  Just act quickly while this great deal lasts.