Add dates
Victoria, British Columbia

Neighborhood tours

Our most recommended Victoria, British Columbia Neighborhood Tours

Victoria: 2-Hour Food and History Tour with Tastings

1. Victoria: 2-Hour Food and History Tour with Tastings

Join your guide at the Victoria Public Market, an old department store from 1921. After the first tasting at this location, make your way to Canada's oldest Chinatown and discover the Chinese Public School, Gates of Harmonious Interest and Fan Tan Alley. Moving on after 3 tastings in Chinatown, you will discover Victoria's Old Town district with stops at Market Square, Johnson Street, Bastion Square, and the Government Street shopping district.  After 3 more local tastings, you will finish the tour at the Visitor Center in the beautiful Inner Harbour. Here, learn about the Empress Hotel and the British Columbia legislative buildings (Provincial Parliament).  From this location, you will be well-positioned to discover the rest of Victoria or access local transportation to the cruise ship terminal, ferry or airport.

6-Hour Victoria to Cowichan Wine Tour

2. 6-Hour Victoria to Cowichan Wine Tour

Join one of the highest rated wine tours in British Columbia.  Interact directly with the winery teams and enjoy your own private group tastings.  This tour is a must see for anyone who loves wine or just wants a day of relaxation in the Cowichan Valley. All tastings are included as well as a BBQ burger and salad lunch.  See three of the top rated wineries in the Cowichan Valley. Sample Itinerary: 9:45 AM: Registration - Pickup at 660 Oswego St, Victoria, BC at the passenger loading zone 10:00 AM: Leave for Enrico10:40 AM: Lookout photo stop at the top of the Malahat11:00 AM: Enrico Tasting and Lunch12:15 PM: Leave for Blue Grouse12:30 PM: Tasting at Blue Grouse1:30 PM: Leave for Unsworth1:45 PM: Behind the scenes wine tour at Unsworth - Group choice of Vineyard or Bottling 2:15 PM: Tasting at Unsworth3:00 PM: Leave for Home4:00 PM: 660 Oswego Street Dropoff Each Victoria wine tour starts or ends with a behind the scenes tour led by one of the winery partners. See the difference a guided tour makes. The guides have put together the perfect schedule for your group that gives you enough time to enjoy each unique Vancouver Island winery.  Your also have scheduled tastings times with each winery days in advance.  Wineries can get extremely busy during the peak and on weekends, your group will be in front of the line. The winery partners are expecting you.

Victoria Welcome Tour: Private Tour with a Local

3. Victoria Welcome Tour: Private Tour with a Local

Explore the city with a friendly local who is passionate about his/her city and eager to share all the tips and tricks that will help you make the most of your trip. Meet where you're staying to get familiar with the neighborhood, find out about the best places to eat and buy groceries, the easiest ways to get around, and the top things to see and do. By the end of the tour, you'll feel more comfortable in navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay. During the walking tour you will have the option of taking public transportation or taxi to get around the city. Please contact the tour provider if you’d like a private car included in the tour.

Victoria & Butchard Gardens Private Tour from Vancouver

4. Victoria & Butchard Gardens Private Tour from Vancouver

Enjoy complimentary pick-up from your hotel in Vancouver. At Tsawwassen, board the ferry and enjoy a spectacular 1.5-hour ferry ride through the Gulf Islands. Lookout for whales, dolphins, and sea lions. Be enchanted by the beautiful islands, and enjoy feeling the wind in your face on the top deck.  Make your first stop at Butchard Gardens, where you will be wowed by this oasis of lush green and colorful blooms, stretching for 55 acres of flowers, trees, pathways, and creeks. The garden features a sunken garden, a world-famous rose garden, and a wonderful restaurant serving high tea daily.  Take a scenic tour by the ocean en route to the city center of Victoria. Drive by the University of Victoria, Oak Bay, the Uplands, Beacon Hill Park, and finally Downtown Victoria with its BC Parliament Building, Empress Hotel, Chinatown, and Craigdarroch Castle. Have lunch or a small bite, at your leisure. Later in the evening head back to Vancouver where you'll be dropped at your hotel.

  • Guided tours
  • Private tours
  • Day trips

Frequently asked questions about Victoria, British Columbia Neighborhood Tours

What are other things to do than Neighborhood Tours that are worth visiting in Victoria, British Columbia?

The other unmissable things to do in Victoria, British Columbia are:

Which Victoria, British Columbia Neighborhood Tours are taking additional COVID-19 precautions?

These Victoria, British Columbia Neighborhood Tours are taking additional COVID-19 precautions:

Other Sightseeing Options in Victoria, British Columbia

Want to discover all there is to do in Victoria, British Columbia? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Victoria, British Columbia

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 14 reviews

Andy was an excellent tour guide. He loves Victoria! The tour covers the central Victoria downtown including Chinatown and Old Town. The food tastings were wonderful. They included a meatball, matcha tea, French pastry (in Chinatown!), southern biscuits, peirogi, and Roger's chocolates. (Rogers provides chocolates to the Queen.)

Don't skip this! It's a unique way to see the city and experience many different flavors the city offers all in a two hour time block. Come hungry--you will leave full! Andy is fantastic all around- curious, knowledgeable, passionate and thorough. One of the best tour owner/operators around. Bonus, we love Matcha tea now! :-)

Excellent tour to learn history and find some off the path food gems, tour director was quite knowledgeable regarding both food and history. Another nice touch was involving each food venue owner and/or chef to explain their particular speciality.

Maria was an excellent guide with a lot of information on where to go and what to do in the area.

The food was terrific, the history interesting and the guide entertaining.