Vancouver Gift Baskets Delivery - Send Gifts to Vancouver

Sending a Gift Basket to Vancouver, British Columbia

We create an assortment of gift baskets for delivery to Vancouver. We only incorporate the best gifting items to ensure a smile on your recipients face! Sending mom a Mother's Day gift or thanking a client for their loyalty? Choose any of our luxurious products so they know they're appreciated. 

With MyBaskets, you can send presents from New Years though Christmas, as we also have everything for in between. Forgot someones birthday or need to make a bulk order for work? With one click you'll have Godiva chocolate, luxurious candles, savoury dips, and baby products sent directly to Vancouver. 

Free Shipping in Canada

Our gift basket delivery offers free shipping to any single address on orders of $100 or more. Options for Vancouver and Canada include next-day or standard (3-5 business days) for whenever you need it to be received. 

Send gourmet gift baskets filled with luxurious cheeses, unique tea blends, delectable chocolate, and an array of fun snacks for your best friend, new parents, or coworkers to enjoy. With options for those with dietary preference or restrictions, we offer healthy, gluten-free and kosher items so everyone can enjoy! 

Being far away makes gifting joy a little harder. We're here to guarantee that you can still surprised your loved ones with the gift that keeps on giving. With multiple items in every basket, they'll get to try handfuls of the best Lindt chocolates, top gluten-free items, delectable wines, and artisan snacks for their leisure. Whether your sending your warmest wishes to Richmond or sincerest congratulations to Gastown, you can trust us to deliver only the best! 

About Vancouver

Where to eat:

For both foodies and fine-diners, Vancouver has restaurant options for all palettes and budgets. Check out the Granville Island Public Market to shop farmers market style. Choose from different vendors to customize the perfect picnic basket to enjoy on the B.C. coast. If you're looking for an Italian patio-style in the heat of summer, CinCin is a modern, sophisticated option. Chef Andrew Richardson's favourited menu has something to satiate whatever craving you have. 

What to do: 

Explore the energetic Gastown for endless fun.  Known for its whistling Steam Clock checkout their abundant indie art galleries, boutiques, and food shops built in Victorian buildings. A with a cool and booming food culture, indulge in hip cocktails and gourmet menus. If tou want to be where its happening, visit Yaletown. A city shaped by old warehouse buildings-turned-new restaurants hang out in an outdoor terrace, shop at chic boutique, or bike by the waterfront. 

For the adventurous types, go go-karting at Richmond Go Karts or indoor bouldering at The Hive. Visit the shops on Main Street or peruse Arc'teryx Vancouver for a new pair of sneakers. 

What to see:

One of it's oldest districts, Chinatown is one of Vancouver best gems to prioritize a visit to. Visit the Millenium Gate or stop for some Asian Fusion at Bao Bei Chinese. Get emerged by the modern take on the old architecture and eat your way through the scent of noodles, dumplings, etc to lose track of time. 

Take a sea-plane tour for an aerial view of the mountainous land, turquoise water, and luscious forestry to gain a new perspective on Vancouver's beauty. Glide above the city with a bird's eye view, as you soar above the city's skyline and take in an aerial view alone or with a few friends for an exciting, yet breathtaking, adventure.

Vancouver is known for its artisan coffee. Go cafe-hopping throughout it's towns; we recommend trying Revolver, Kafka's, and Prado! 

Fun Facts:

Did you know that the invention of Botox happened in Vancouver? Not many people would have guessed, but this common procedure has Canadian roots. On a similar note, Vancouver is also considered the “Hollywood of the North,” Van City follows LA in TV productions and places third in feature film production, as most productions set in Vancouver are American, while most Toronto led productions are Canadian.