All our Tours include the following sights of Victoria





Parliament Building of British Columbia

Completed in 1897 it is now the home of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. This building is the landmark of Victoria.


Inner Harbour

The whole area is simply beautiful. The ships, the ocean, the docks, the busquers and some of Victoria’s most famous sights can be seen here.


Craigdarroch Castle

Robert Dunsmuir built this Castle in 1899. It is a National Historic Site of Canada and some of the original furniture from the victorian era are still there.


The Empress Hotel

The Empress opened in 1908 and has become a symbol for the city of Victoria. Its iconic architecture and the luxury inside are stunning.


Fisherman’s Wharf

At Fisherman’s Wharf you will get the freshest seafood in town, have a wonderful view on the harbour and bay and the village of floating homes is amazing.


Beacon Hill Park

The Park is not only famous for tourists. Locals come here all the time and enjoy the beautiful nature and the art of landscaping.



This beautiful place  is one of Victoria"s National Historic Sites of Canada and the oldest Chinatown in Canada. Only San Francisco is older in North America.


Scenic Marine Drive

Victoria has a wide variation of different beaches and a beautiful shore line. Enjoy the stunning views and see the sun sparkling in the water.


Government House

If you come to Victoria do take a trip to Government House. It’s palatial, historic and the gardens are picture perfect.


Old Town

This where old & new Victoria intertwine with a nice variety of heritage buildings with the new structures. Great locations to enjoy a drink or meal. Many artists have left their mark around this area’s own different buildings.


Clover Point

This is one of the most popular places for locals in all of Victoria. A perfect spot to enjoy spectacular sun sets, stunning view of the Olympic Mountains, and watching kite surfers zooming around.