Whistler Wellness & Culture Tour

Whistler Wellness & Culture Tour


Whistler is a top-rated year-round destination with endless sightseeing and activity options. This tour is designed to help our guests unplug, relax, and find their perfect balance, focusing on wellness and culture. A visit to the interactive Squamish Lil’Wat Cultural Centre is included, and sightseeing stops along the Sea to Sky Highway, Shannon Falls, and a tour of Whistler Village. There is also ample free time for our guests to tailor their experience to their personal preferences. You can go hiking in the mountains, rejuvenate in the Scandinave Spa, participate in an outdoor adventure activity, join your guide on a nature walk to Lost Lake, or simply explore the village shops and dining options. Whatever your wellness needs, we are here to help you reconnect - mind, body and soul. Tour Highlights:

  • Sightseeing along the beautiful Sea-to-Sky Highway and through Squamish
  • Visit Shannon Falls
  • Learn about the Squamish Lil’wat First Nations in the interactive Cultural Centre
  • Guided tour of Whistler Village
  • Optional walk to Lost Lake or drive to Emerald Lake
  • Free time to experience optional activities and amazing attractions
  • Explore the vibrant village
  • Mini-coach transportation
  • Friendly, professional tour guide and driver-guide
  • Admission to the Squamish Lil’Wat Cultural Centre
  • Discounts on and assistance arranging optional activities
  • All taxes
Pick-Up Locations
  • Depart from Wall Centre at 8:00am (please arrive by 7:45am),
  • Depart from Canada Place at approximately 8:15 am (please arrive by 8:00am).

Photo credit: Destination BC/Leanna Rathkelly, Rick Collins | Tourism Whistler/Mike Crane | The Adventure Group

Trip Itinerary

This itinerary is subject to change due to unforeseen (weather) conditions. Departure times may vary by date, please see your confirmation email for exact departure times.

  • Travel the Sea-to-Sky Highway, tracing a route along the shore of Howe Sound; the route weaves deep into the Coast Mountains and then climbs through old-growth rainforests before reaching Whistler 670 metres (2,200 feet) above sea level.
  • Enjoy a nature walk to view the spectacular Shannon Falls.
  • Arrive in Whistler and visit the Squamish lil’Wat Cultural Centre (included).
  • Join your Guide on a walking tour of Whistler Village.
  • 1:30 – 5:00pm: leisure time.
  • Option to join your Tour Guide for a walk to Lost Lake.
  • Option to drive to Emerald Lake View Point with your Driver-Guide and go to Scandinave Spa.
  • Choose from many other optional activities.
  • 5:00pm – Depart Whistler.
  • Return to Vancouver at approximately 7:00pm with drop-offs at Canada Place and the Wall Centre Hotel.
What To Bring
  • Sweater or jacket as the temperature does drop at higher elevations
  • Good, comfortable & warm walking shoes or boots
  • Camera

2021 Tour Pricing Starting From


Ages 65+
$ 144 /pp
  • All taxes included


Ages 19+
$ 149 /pp
  • All taxes included


Ages 13 - 18
$ 99 /pp
  • All taxes included


Ages 3 - 12
$ 79 /pp
  • All taxes included

Private Group Surcharges

We are offering all of our tours now as Private Guided Tours. You will be able to enjoy your trip on your own with your family or friends. There is an additional surcharge on top of the listed prices. The breakdown of the charges are below:

  • 12+ in the group – price is as listed
  • Groups of 10-11 – 10% surcharge is added per passenger
  • Groups of 8-9 – 20% surcharge is added per passenger
  • Groups of 6-7 – 50% surcharge is added per passenger
  • Groups of 4-6 – 75% surcharge is added per passenger

Speak to an Agent to Book a Private Tour

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