Harbour Hopper Tours

About this Tour

All aboard Halifax's most popular boat tour – the Harbour Hopper Tour - a fun, fast-paced adventure by land and sea! From your seat aboard this impressive, retrofitted military vehicle, you'll have unparalleled views of Halifax’s most noteworthy sites, beautiful landscape, and historic and modern architecture. Your knowledgeable and very entertaining guide will share historical facts and lesser-known stories about Halifax and will keep you somewhat entertained with the occasional knee-slapper. From the winding streets of Halifax, your adventure continues as you SPLASH into the Halifax Harbour. Your driver is now your Captain, and there’s more to explore so keep your camera ready for unique photo opportunities of our active harbour, Georges Island National Historic Site, the Halifax Waterfront, and more. This award-winning, fully narrated amphibious tour is one you won’t soon forget!

Tour Includes

55-minute guided tour


April 27 - November 3, 2024. View complete schedule here.

Booking the Harbour Hopper Tour? Consider the Halifax Experience Pass! The pass includes the Harbour Hopper Tour plus 12 other experiences and deals on meals! Click here to learn more.

Ticket Prices (HST & Booking Fee Extra)

Adult: $48.50 -$56.75 (price varies based on day & time)
Youth (6 - 15): $27 - $32.50 (price varies based on day & time)
Child (2 - 6): $16.75 - $20 (price varies based on day & time)
Child (0 - 1): Free
Family*: $112.48 - $133.52
Additional Child with Family Rate: $14 - $16.50
​*Family Rate is for 2 adults & 2 children under the age of 6

Where to Board

The Harbour Hopper Tour departs/returns from the Salter Street Parking Lot on the Halifax waterfront

Terms & Conditions

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