Located on Vancouver Island, where life is slower and more peaceful than in the big city, Victoria is the perfect blend of old colonial charm and a modern, small city. This tour takes you on a journey along the stunningly beautiful coastline with BC Ferries and gives you lots of time to explore “The City of Gardens”. Victoria’s downtown is hip and full of history.Book online now!
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Vancouver to Victoria
7:15am – Meet outside Waterfront Station. NOTE – times depend on the ferry schedule. Please confirm the time when you book.
9:00am – To get to Victoria we must cross to Vancouver Island via BC Ferries. This boat ride is one of the highlights of the day as the views from the ship deck are amazing. Keep a lookout for wildlife in the ocean!
10:30am – Arrive in Victoria where the guide will take you on a driving tour. You will see the highlights of the city that include:
- Beacon Hill Park
- Mile 0 and Terry Fox Statue
- Legislature Buildings
- The Fairmont Empress Hotel
- The Inner Harbour
- Chinatown and Fantan Alley
After the tour you can set off on your own to explore and see what you can find, or take advantage of the optional activities available to you.
5:30pm – Meet the bus for the return trip
7:00pm – Catch the ferry back to Vancouver
9:15pm – Return to Vancouver
- All tips and taxes
- Deluxe coach transportation
- City Tour
- A fantastic tour guide
- Ferry fees and taxes
- RBC Museum $16
- Craigdarroch Castle $10
- Medical and travel insurance
- Any other expenses
- NOTE – participants must be 15 or older unless accompanied by an adult / parent / chaperone. Due to the nature of the tour, we can not take children under 5.
December 8 – this is our SPECIAL Annual Christmas Lights Tour. You have the option to go to the World Famous Butchart Gardens where the grounds are lit up with a spectacular display of Christmas Lights. A once in a lifetime opportunity that you will remember for decades to come.
March 2, 16, and 30
This museum was opened in 1886 and has amazing permanent exhibits on modern history, natural history, and local First Nations history. This museum is also home to an IMAX theatre and regularly hosts temporary exhibits from all around the world.
Built by coal baron Robert Dunsmuir during the reign of Queen Victoria and now a National Historic Site, Craigdarroch Castle has been meticulously restored, giving visitors a glimpse of privileged life in the 1890s.
Butchart Gardens* $35 (Only available on December 8th tour)
Over a century ago, Jennie but chart began building what is now one of the worlds premier floral show gardens. Explore the colors and scenes of these world famous garden. including transfer from downtown Victoria.