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About The Picnic & Sunset Tour
The Pioneer Sunset Tour is an evening exploration of local history, eats, favourite beaches, and 360 degree sunset views.
Our journey begins in Granville Island, where we’ll discover the best aspects of Canada’s premiere oceanfront market. As we stroll along the world famous Seawall, we’ll re-live the history of how Canada came to be from the Hudson’s Bay exploration to Captain Vancouver’s conquering of the Pacific Ocean.
Follow your expert local guide down the Seawall to the best sunset spot in Vancouver: Kitsilano Beach. Sit down for a picnic on the patio of our favourite Kitsilano pub. Fresh British Columbia inspired Dinner is included on this one of a kind adventure.
This 3-hour walking tour ends with the breathtaking sunset views at Kitsilano Beach.
Fresh Bagel Sandwich with Wild candied sockeye, Cream Cheese, Red Onions, & Capers
Hot Montreal Smoked Meat* sliced, steamed, and piled high on a bagel with regular mustard and Mrs. Whyte’s pickle spear.
*Flown in DAILY
Fresh Bagel Sandwich with Veggie light cream cheese with green peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, & lettuce.
Fresh Bagel Sandwich with Wild Sockeye Salmon, Cream Cheese, Red Onions, & Capers
Granville Island market is one of the most visited places in Canada. Be inspired by the local arts and crafts found between the eateries and gift shops. Your local guide will introduce some favourites throughout the market. Tip: Give yourself an hour to explore Granville Island on your own before the tour starts!
Montreal Smoked Meat & Candied Salmon Delight
Your picnic options include two Canadian favourites: East Coast Montreal Smoked Meat and West Coast Candied Salmon. Siegel’s Bagels imports their Smoked Meat direct from Montreal. Salmon has been a staple of West Coast cuisine for centuries, enjoyed by the 1st nations people and the European Settlers alike. Get a taste of Canada in a glorious picnic setting!
Sunset & Seawall
The sunset in Vancouver is world-class. After a short walk along Vancouver’s world famous Seawall, find a spot on the sand to enjoy the sunset from one of Vancouver’s most popular beaches: Kitsilano.
Kitsilano Beach takes its name from August Jack Khatsahlano, an indigenous Chief of the Squamish People.