13 hour private tour to Vancouver Island, Capital of British Columbia
Visit the city of Victoria, the capital of British Columbia and the oldest city in Western Canada. On this full-day private tour, enjoy a scenic drive out to the Butchart Gardens and through the residential areas and parks surrounding downtown Victoria. This region is known for its temperate climate, unspoiled wilderness and beautiful coastlines.
A beautiful 90 minutes sail on the ferry boat will complement your day with joy and relaxing time
Start from Vancouver early in the morning heading to the ferry terminal (tickets included)
Sail to Victoria and cruise through Gulf Islands for 90 minutes
We will arrive at Butchart Gardens 30 minutes after disembarking (admission included)
After visiting the garden we will explore Victoria city on a scenic drive along the shoreline, different landmarks such as Craigdorogh Castle, Empress Hotel, Parliament Building, China Town and drive at the top of Mount Tolmie to enjoy a beautiful 360 degree views over the city surroundings.
Usually you will have time on your own to spend time downtown and have lunch for about 2 hours
You can also book in advance an Afternoon Tea at Empress Hotel between 2pm and 4pm
Return to the ferry terminal and sail to Vancouver with either 6 or 7pm ferryboat (tickets included)
Arrive in Vancouver downtown at 8:15pm or 9:15pm
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 13 hours 30 min.
2019 Mercedes Sprinter 12pax
2017 Mercedes Minivan 8pax
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Public Transportation Tickets
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
40 cnd - Buffet or mini restaurant on the ferry.
or lunch in Victoria
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Gaby is fun from start to finish. Always on time and keeps you on time. His personality and desire to provide the best tour possible are evident from the time you meet him to the end of your tour. Thanks Gaby!