Victoria Sightseeing Tour

Victoria Sightseeing Tour


Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is famous for the historic Empress Hotel, the Parliament buildings, and Butchart Gardens. A visit to Vancouver is not complete without a trip to Victoria.

Trip Itinerary

This itinerary is subject to change due to unforeseen (weather) conditions. Departure times may vary by date, please see your confirmation email for exact departure times.

You will depart from Canada Place en-route to the ferry terminal. The ferry will take you through the beautiful Gulf Islands. Be sure to look out for sea life along the way. You will then enjoy a scenic coastal drive through the charming communities of James Bay – see Beacon Hill Park and Mile 0 (the start of the Trans Canada Highway). A sightseeing tour of downtown Victoria including the Inner Harbour, Government street, Chinatown, Empress hotel, and parliament buildings, will be conducted by your guide. You will then have the afternoon to explore Victoria. There are several optional activities, such as the famous Butchart Gardens, the Royal BC Museum, cycling tours, or marine wildlife viewing (seasonal).
Optional Activities
  • Butchart Gardens
  • Royal BC Museum
  • Whale Watching (seasonal)
  • Cycling Tour (seasonal)
Tour Pricing
  • All taxes included
  • Excluding 6% online booking fee

A must-see tour of British Columbia’s capital city

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