Covid-19 Update

Yes, you heard right, Whistler Valley Tours & Charters is now vaccinated! 

We are so happy to let you know this great news and hope that it will only strengthen your trust in our operations. 

Please know that we will also be continuing to follow all rules and regulations set by the province of British Columbia until further notice.


Interested in booking with us but worried about Covid-19?

Well rest assured that we have both safe and physically distanced options available with everybody's best interests in mind!

Given the new structure of our operations, we'll be running with enhanced protocols to highly reduce the risk and exposure to Covid-19. 

Physically distanced Walking Tours, Small Group Tours & Private Group Options will allow us to provide you with great experiences that are easy, stress free, and of course memorable!


Safety First.

The safety of our guests, staff, and community is our top priority, so in order to best to protect everyone, we have implemented some new standards and procedures. We will also be continuing to monitor the day to day progress of this pandemic and will be adjusting our safety practices as things evolve.​​

What we're doing.

 • Wearing masks in indoor spaces.

 • Limiting the number of guests on all tours.

 • Constantly monitoring all employee’s health and well being.

 • Asking guest who feel ill not to join and seek medical attention.

 • Following an enhanced cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing protocol.

 • Continually cleaning and disinfecting all touch points.

 • Providing all guests with hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes.

 • Supplying all guests and employees with masks & personal protective equipment.

 • Displaying signage of our safety reminders and protocols.

What's asked of all guests.

 • Not to join if you are feeling unwell, have been exposed to someone who is unwell or have entered the country in the last 14 days.

 • Wear a mask indoors & observe physical distancing measures.

 • Refrain from touching objects where possible and wash/sanitize your hands regularly.

 • Use a tissue or your inner elbow if you need to sneeze, cough or clear your throat.

 • Bring your own face mask if possible and have a safe vessel to store it in. 

 • Refrain from bringing extra items with you that are non essential.

 • Be aware of others personal space. This includes guests, staff and all members of the general public.

 • Understand that these changes are new to everyone and that our services may vary slightly from what is advertised.



The above steps will help to keep everyone safe during this unprecedented time while allowing us to still enjoy beautiful Whistler BC.

Thank you for your patience and understanding and feel free to contact us with any further questions.