Global SunTag customizes group tours to meet the needs, interests, and special focus of your group. Global SunTag Coordinators will assist you with designing a unique study tour for your group program using the information that you provide about desired locations to visit, length of stay and group budget. We offer many types of programs and can include special and unique elements such as:
Visit to a school, excursion to historic and cultural sites, try local cuisine, visit to museums or walking through historical areas of a town.
Fort Langley – Langley, Vancouver
Fort Langley It is a National Historic Site that tells the story of how today’s province started out as a British Crown Colony more than 150 years ago and where Hudson’s Bay Company used to trade fur.
Britannia Mine Museum
Britannia Mine Museum was the biggest copper mine during the British Empire, where 60,000 people lived and worked in there. This mine was famous for its pioneering work on ore extraction technologies. Not surprisingly thousands of visitors come every year to learn about its legendary past.o.
West Coast Railway Heritage Park
West Coast Railway Heritage Park is a well-designed park with exhibits for all ages. It showcases locomotives, railway passenger and freight cars, rides and many other static displays. The locomotives and cars have been restored and they are available to walk through.
Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Center
Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Center is dedicated to the history and culture of local First Nations and it showcases the art and heritage of the Squamish and Lil’wet aboriginal people. The Centre features a museum, gallery, gift shop, café and theatre.