Government Street

This is one of the most famous streets of Victoria which is famous for its fine dining, great shopping places and restaurants. Government Street is also famous for its gifts, souvenirs shops, native arts, fashion and jewellery. Trounce Alley and Bastion Square can be accessed from the same section of Government Street. Read More

China Town

Victoria's Chinatown is the oldest in Canada, and the second oldest in North America. Chinatown most of the buildings are of 19 century and is a great place for gambling and casinos. The restaurants in Chinatown serve delicious and authentic Chinese dishes, while grocers stock a wide variety of Asian cooking ingredients. Read More

Victoria Mountain Biking

Victoria is a major cycling destination for many visitors. Mount Work is a famous place outside Victoria which has more than 50 bicycle trails and people love to ride bikes at these trails. Mountain bikers enjoy the beautiful scenery of Malahat, Olympic Mountains and Saanich Peninsuala. Mount Work also has a teaching centre to teach people more about biking. Read More

Whale Watching

Vancouver Island in Victoria is a famous and prime place for Whale watching. People come and see Whales coming out of water and then landing in water with a splashing sound that can be heard by visitor’s miles away. The best time for Whale watching is from May to November. Address: 812 Wharf Street, Victoria, BC V8W 1T3, Canada Read More


Being surrounded by ocean and snow-capped mountains, Victoria is a place which is very famous for Hiking due o the presence of more than 60 provincial and regional parks in the city. Mount Doug is a very famous place among hikers when they saw while hiking endless waterfronts trails and viewpoints. Hiking is done round the year and this makes it easy for visitors to enjoy this activity every time. Read More


Lake Kayaking in Victoria is a famous visitor’s activity because of the presence of large number of lakes and protected ocean inlets and coves. People enjoy visiting pubs and restaurants while doing lake kayaking along the waterfront. Only minutes from downtown, discover protected coves, pocket beaches and hidden gems only accessible by water. Address: Victoria Kayak Tours & Rental, 950 Wharf St, Victoria, BC V8W 1T3, Canada Read More