Harbour Air Flightseeing: Vancouver Panorama

Harbour Air Flightseeing: Vancouver Panorama

Lion's Gate Bridge


This quintessential Vancouver tour offers spectacular aerial views of the city’s busy downtown skyline and iconic landmarks including Stanley Park, English Bay, the Lions Gate Bridge and the North Shore Mountains.

  • Two available fares, choose the scenicULTIMATE or scenicTOUR option.
  • Adults: 12+ | Child: 2-11 | Infants: 0-1 (free)
  • Passenger minimums may apply on some tours
  • Passengers may be combined with other guests on the same tour
  • Fares are listed in Canadian funds and include Carbon Offset, port/dock fees, GST and may be subject to change.


Vancouver Classic Panorama
CA$139pp (Adults: 12+)
  • Child (2-11) : CA$75/pp
  • 30 minutes with a 20-minute flight
  • All taxes included
Vancouver Extended Panorama
CA$209pp (Adults: 12+)
  • Child (2-11) : CA$115/pp
  • 45 minutes with a 35-minute flight
  • All taxes included

Fare Options

Elevate your scenic tour experience when you choose the scenicULTIMATE fare option! Available on select tours, the scenicULTIMATE fare offers a guaranteed window seat, flyGuide in-flight commentary and a complimentary pre- or post-flight beverage! Check out the table below for a complete overview of our scenicTOUR and scenicULTIMATE fare options.

*Non-alcoholic beverages available for underage guests.

Still not sure what the best option is for you? Ask our friendly Reservations team by calling +16046898128!


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