Experience the contemporary vibrancy of Vancouver and then travel to Vancouver island to enjoy the laid-back beauty of Victoria on this twin-centre holiday. Either enjoy this as a short break, or add onto a tour of the Rockies or a cruise to Alaska.
Victoria Independent Tours
Enjoy the freedom of choosing your daily activities and the comfort of not having to drive with an independent tour. Whilst in beautiful Victoria, why not take a walk through the vibrant gardens, enjoy a beer at one of the many pubs, or explore Hatley Castle.
Travel through an ever-changing scenery of foothills & mountains, fjords & ice-floes, visiting Banff, Jasper, Vancouver and Victoria en route. Enjoy scenic train journeys on the VIA Rail "Skeena" train from Jasper to Prince Rupert and enjoy wildlife spotting on an Inside Passage day-cruise.
A unique way to experience British Columbia, visiting three of the most popular locations and travelling between by float plane. Contrast the laid-back city charms of Vancouver, with the spectacular mountain location of Whistler and the coastal beauty of Victoria, whilst staying in the renowned Fairmont hotels.
This epic journey on VIA Rails famed "Canadian" service invites you to travel in comfort from Toronto’s urban excitement, through a spellbinding diversity of landscapes to Vancouver, a metropolitan gem on the Pacific coast.
A family holiday that will be talked about for years, with amazing bear watching and whale watching excursions included. You'll stay in Vancouver, Victoria and Tofino, and transportation in between is by coach or plane, so there's no need to drive.
A lovely luxurious holiday, combining Vancouver with Victoria. Stay in two beautiful Fairmont hotels and travel between the two by a float plane. With a couple of days in each location, you can really experience the best of these Canadian cities.
- Lake Louise
An 8-day tour of the best of the Canadian Rockies, including a two-day journey on the famous Rocky Mountaineer. Tour the national parks of Banff & Jasper, plus Lake Louise & more. The tour ends Vancouver so you can add an Alaskan cruise if you wish.