Experience downtown Victoria’s must-see attractions in style on this unique tour by pedicab! Explore the beautiful city, architecture, gardens and parks with your local guide as you will learn some of the history and traditions of the Lekwungen, an Indigenous Coast Salish people. You will even get the option to stop at popular shops and landmarks for plenty of memorable pictures.
Your adventure begins when your tour guide picks you up from the dock of the Victoria cruise ship terminal. This private tour will allow you to authentically enjoy all of the sights that Victoria’s Inner Harbour and downtown have to offer.
During your three-hour tour, you will visit James Bay, which is the oldest residential neighbourhood in all of western Canada. In fact, some of the homes in James Bay date back to the 1860s. Next you will pass by the Emily Carr House, which is the childhood home of one of best-loved female painters in Canadian history..
If you are looking for great photo opportunities, you can’t ask for a more ideal surroundings than the gardens, vistas and animals of Beacon Hill Park. Beacon Hill Park is known as the city’s backyard, and is full of beautiful gardens. After the park, you’ll have a chance to explore the Inner Harbour, where your guide will reveal the history of the Parliament Buildings, or Legislature, and stories of the world-famous Empress Hotel. As you ride through Victoria’s Old Town, you’ll learn about the birth and growth of the city through tales of the characters who shaped the capital’s history in the Gold Rush era.
This tour is completely customizable. Depending on your preference, you can stop along the way for souvenir shopping, photo opportunities or even chocolate tasting!