Join us on this Fabulous 2-Days Fraser Valley Special Short Tour.

Between April 10 and May 7 is the only in the period to visit so book now as space and tickets are limited!

 


 

Be prepared for our Coach Pick Up in the very early morning at your accommodation in Vancouver and of course we’ll drop you off at the same location again tomorrow. So, let’s get started and let’s go on this Spectacular & Special Short Tour for the next 2 days, where we will show you the Famous and Fruitful Fraser Valley and some of the Dutch influences in Canada like the “Annual Abbotsford Tulip Festival”. We need to arrive around 9 in the morning in Abbotsford for the “Magic Hour” . This is the time that the sun rises and we can enjoy spectacular views over the tulip and flower fields here.

 

Next visit will be to one of the beautiful Blueberry Farms around here and we’ll stop at a local farmers market for our local lunch! Taste some of the delicious local foods, drinks and bakery delights, while exploring and experiencing this famous & fabulous, fruitful part of Western Canada to get an impression of the daily lives and activities from the local and regional communities here. 

 

After our delicious local lunch we will depart for a short drive from Abbotsford  to the Old Yale Brewery in Chilliwack where we will visit this local brewer and taste a bit of the brew…

 

These Tours are on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays only!

 

Then we will head to our end destination of the day, Harrison Hot Springs. This doesn’t mean that we will conclude this lovely day yet, because we’ve planned a wonderful dinner cruise for you on Harrison Lake! Step on board the Cruiser that’s waiting directly in front of the Wonderful Harrison Hot Springs Resort which will be our accommodation for the night. 

In the evening you can rest & relax and enjoy all the services and facilities that the resort has to offer. We will meet you tomorrow after breakfast for a scenic drive back to Vancouver where we will drop you of in time so you can explore more of Vancouver City.