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2-Day Tour From Vancouver
2-Day Tour From Vancouver

Get a comprehensive introduction to Vancouver Island with this two-day sightseeing tour, including one night of accommodation. Climb aboard an air-conditioned coach to check out top Vancouver Island landmarks, including Butchart Garden, Chinatown, the Inner Harbor, and Mount Tolmi.

On day two, explore Victoria, Hatley Castle, Duncan, and more.

  • Combine several Vancouver Island landmarks in one itinerary
  • Explore Vancouver by air-conditioned coach and ferry
  • Get to know different neighbourhoods, including Chinatown
  • One night of accommodation is included in this two-day tour
  • A ferry ticket is included


What’s Included:

  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Driver/guide
  • Ferry ticket
  • Hotel


What To Expect:

Day 1
Vancouver Island — Butchart Garden — Chinatown — Inner Harbor — University of Victoria — Mount Tolmi — Hotel Check in.

In the morning, tour departs from Tsawwassen Bay with BC Ferries to Victoria, the capital city of British Columbia, located in the south end of Vancouver Island. The ride takes 95 minutes. The luxury ferries provide full facilities including restaurants and gift shop. During the voyage, you can capture the beautiful scenery along Georgia Strait Coast at the upper deck or simply enjoy a cup of coffee at the coffee shop on board.

The Butchart Gardens
The Butchart Gardens is a group of floral display gardens in Brentwood Bay, British Columbia, Canada, located near Victoria on Vancouver Island. The gardens receive over a million visitors each year. The gardens have been designated a National Historic Site of Canada. 1 hour 30 minutes

Fan Tan Alley
Fan Tan Alley is an alley in the Chinatown neighbourhood of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It runs south from Fisgard Avenue to Pandora Avenue at the block between Government Street and Store Street.

Inner Harbour
Victoria Harbour is a harbour, seaport, and seaplane airport in the Canadian city of Victoria, British Columbia. It serves as a cruise ship and ferry destination for tourists and visitors to the city and Vancouver Island. It is both a port of entry and an airport of entry for general aviation.

University of Victoria
The University of Victoria is a public research university located in the municipalities of Oak Bay and Saanich, British Columbia, Canada. The university traces its roots to Victoria College, the first post-secondary institution established in the province of British Columbia in 1903.

Mount Tolmie Park
Mount Tolmie, elevation 120 m, is a small mountain and surrounding neighbourhood in Saanich, Greater Victoria, British Columbia. It is located on the ancestral lands of the Saanich and Songhees people.

Accommodation: Days Inn Victoria or similar. Inn at Laurel Point 4 Stars. Fairmont Empress.
Meals: Not included

Day 2

Victoria — Hatley Castle — Gold Stream — Duncan — Chemainus — Nanaimo — Vancouver

Malahat Skywalk
Malahat SkyWalk is an accessible 600 m TreeWalk through a beautiful arbutus forest leading to a spectacular gentle spiral ramp that takes you up 32m to a sightseeing lookout offering views of Finlayson Arm, Saanich Peninsula, Mount Baker and the distant Coast Mountains. 2 hours • Admission Ticket Not Included

Goldstream Provincial Park
Two different neighbourhoods located in Langford, British Columbia, and Greater Victoria on southern Vancouver Island include the name Goldstream. Goldstream Meadows is a neighbourhood in the city of Langford, on the northwest outskirts of Greater Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Chemainus is a community in the Chemainus Valley on the east coast of southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Founded as an unincorporated logging town in 1858, Chemainus is now famous for its 53 outdoor murals.

Nanaimo is a city and ferry port on the east coast of Vancouver Island. At its heart, the Nanaimo Museum displays exhibits on the city’s industries and indigenous peoples. Near the Harbourfront Walkway, the Bastion is an 1853 wooden tower with cannon firings in summer. Shops and cafes fill the Old City Quarter. Offshore, on Newcastle Island, trails lead to beaches and First Nations sites.

Vancouver, a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia, is among Canada’s densest, most ethnically diverse cities. A popular filming location, it’s surrounded by mountains and also has thriving art, theatre and music scenes. Vancouver Art Gallery is known for its works by regional artists, while the Museum of Anthropology houses preeminent First Nations collections. Return to Vancouver in the evening.

We recommend booking a flight that departs after 10:30 pm or considering a flight on the following day.

Admission Ticket Free Accommodation: Not included
Meals: Not included