TOP
Themed Travel

Victoria/Vancouver Island 2 Days Tour (F-02VI)

Victoria/Vancouver Island 2 Days Tour (F-02VI)

From $288.00 / per person
Every Wed & Sat Departure (Now until Oct 30, 2020)
- BC Ferries & Butchart Garden admission included

Twin share $288 per person
3rd&4th sharing $238 per person
Single $458 per person
Child age under 12 $168 per person
Upgrade to VIP small group (min. of 10 for departure) extra $60 /each person

Tour Highlights:
The Famous Butchart Garden
Visit Chemainus, Nanaimo
Gold Stream Park

Day 1: Vancouver Island - Butchart Garden - Chinatown - Inner Harbor - University of Victoria - Mount Tolmie Park
Day 2: Victoria - Hartley Castle - Gold Stream - Duncan - Chemainus - Nanaimo - Vancouver

Tour price includes :
1. Tours are mainly conducted in Cantonese & Mandarin. English available as well
2. Air conditioned highway coach.
3. Admission indicate in the itinerary

Itinerary Details:



Day 1: Vancouver Island - Butchart Garden - Chinatown - Inner Harbor - University of Victoria - Mount Tolmie Park


 The Vancouver Island region is a large, sparsely populated area, encompassing Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, as well as a portion of the mainland. It has one of the world's most diverse ecosystems: Rainforests, marshes, meadows, beaches, mountains, oceans, rivers and lakes create habitats for multitudes of wildlife species. In fact, the region is one of the world's premier locations for whale watching, birding, as well as salmon and trout fishing.
 The Butchart Gardens put on a sensational floral show year-round, in some of the most magnificent landscaped gardens on the planet. Gar-deners and lovers of beauty alike will be inspired and enchanted by these gardens, first established in 1904. Covering 22 hectares (55 acres), make your way through different garden ‘rooms’, from the dramatic sunken garden to rose-covered walkways, springtime bulbs, the sum-mertime dahlia walk, amazing fall colors and the Japanese-inspired winter garden.
 The oldest Chinatown in Canada, Victoria's Chinatown had its beginnings in the mid-nineteenth century in the mass influx of miners from California to what is now British Columbia in 1858. It remains an active place and continues to be popular with residents and visitors, many of whom are Chinese-Canadians. Victoria's Chinatown is now surrounded by cultural, entertainment venues as well as being a venue itself.
 Victoria's Inner Harbor is bustling with activity. Here, you can find beautiful handmade goods, unique gifts, Coast Salish art and carvings, portrait artists, jugglers and buskers, food trucks, and so much more. You can choose to travel the area on foot or by carriage (optional) or enjoy an afternoon tea at the famous Fairmont Empress hotel (optional).
 Close to the City of Victoria, Mount Tolmie Park offers views of Victoria and the surrounding areas.
 Mile “0”- the marker is the start of the over 8,000 km Trans-Canada Highway that spans the entire length of Canada.
 University of Victoria - Canada's most extraordinary environment for discovery and innovation and globally recognized research-intensive university.

Day 2: Victoria - Hartley Castle - Gold Stream - Duncan - Chemainus - Nanaimo - Vancouver


 Hatley Castle, a Classified Federal Heritage Building. Since 1995, the mansion and estate have been used for the public Royal Roads Universi-ty. From the 1940s to 1995, it was used for the Royal Roads Military College, a naval training facility.
 Gold Stream - the park protects a number of red and blue listed species of flora and fauna, including rare wildflowers and plant species such as the Dense Spike Primrose and the Pacific Waterleaf. It also protects various reptiles and amphibians and plays major role in conserving the Goldstream River salmon run.
 Dubbed the "City of Totems," Duncan has more than 80 First Nations carvings located throughout town, and is also home to the Quw'utsun' Cultural Centre.
 Chemainus is a charming Cowichan Valley town located in the Vancouver Island region. Chemainus is noted for its creative community, but its artistic flair is most evident in the 40 plus vivid murals scattered around town that depict its culture and history.

Tour Fare per hotel options (per person):


Days Inn (breakfast incl.) or similar Twin: $263 | 3rd & 4th Share same room: $238 | Single: $458 | Child under 12 (w/o extra bed): $168
Inn at Laurel Point 4 Star Twin:$368 |3rd & 4th Share same room: $268 | Single: $568 | Child under 12 (w/o extra bed): $188
Fairmont Empress Twin:$498 | 3rd & 4th Share same room: $318 | Single: $818 | Child under 12 (w/o extra bed): $238

Pick up points:
06:30am Burnaby Crystal Mall at Kingsway & Willingdon (HSBC front door)
07:00am China Town 139A Keepfer Street
07:15am Vancouver 6311 Cambie & 48 Ave
07:30am Richmond Yaohan Centre (on No. 3 Road front door

Tour price not includes:
1. Gratuities for tour guide & driver $12/per day per person and YVR P/U & D/O $5.00 each
2. Any personal expenses
3. Admission indicate in the itinerary
3. Admission (if no indicate) & Meal plan
4. GST 5%

* We reserve the right to alter or cancel tour itinerary without prior notice.
* All admission fees and operating hours subject to change at the discretion of the respective operating facilities.
* The reservation and payment of the tour shall be deemed to agree and to be consent to these terms and conditions.
* Please check on tour pamplet for our Cancellation charges/fee, Responsibilities and detailed terms and conditions
You don't have permission to register