Victoria Harbour - Where Modern Convenience Meets Old World Charm

Greater Victoria embraces the best of coastal life to create an idyllic island playground for adventure seekers and curious travelers alike. A year-round temperate climate, rugged west coast shores and mountains, lush rainforest canopy and pacific breezes offer a natural environment tailor made for everything from hiking, cycling and kayaking, to diving, fishing, picnicking and even ziplining above the treetops. Alternatively, those simply looking to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of regular life can reconnect with experiences that feed your soul. Savour the bounty from both land and sea.

Surrounded by the rich farming regions of the Saanich Peninsula and Cowichan Valley, Victoria’s restaurants and cafés draw from an abundance of local, sustainable producers. Seafood—particularly salmon and shellfish—can be caught fresh from Pacific waters and is a mainstay of West Coast cuisine. Those looking to explore the ‘Cradle of the Craft Beer Revolution’ can visit a variety of breweries and brewpubs in Victoria along the BC Ale Trail.

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Contact Information:

Lindsay Gaunt
Director, Cruise Development

Greater Victoria Harbour Authority
100-1019 Wharf Street
Victoria, BC V8W 2Y9

Tel: (250) 383-8300 ext. 254

Fax: (250) 882-9979


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