Cultural Escapades and Victoria Hotels
Victoria is pulsing with arts and entertainment attractions that travelers will definitely enjoy. Victorias calendar is packed with cultural events, live theater, art exhibits, music concerts, festivals and films all featuring local artists. Proud home of the world-renowned Pacific Opera Victoria, the city of Victoria is also home to a host of art galleries, exhibits and studios. The traditional, indigenous art of Victoria are thriving with paintings, prints, sculpture, glass, wood and pottery showcased all over the city. Creative centers can be found in Salt Spring Island and the Gulf Islands. As for music, The Victoria Symphony has a hectic performance year, but you should definitely come around for its Bayview Residences Victoria Symphony Splash a by-donation concert performed from a barge in the Inner Harbor. Plan your vacation around these events and pick the right Victoria hotels to stay in. The Inn at Laurel Point is an excellent option; this waterfront property gives you easy access to downtown attractions as well. Other great Victoria hotels that place you near all the action include Embassy Inn, Chateau Victoria Hotel and Suites, Helms Inn, James Bay Inn, and Victoria Regent Hotel.
Great Tours and Victoria Hotels
Victoria is Garden City, and the best way to enjoy this beautiful city is to tour its beautiful gardens and attractions. The best way to enjoy this beautiful city is to tour its beautiful gardens and natural attractions. Walking tours usually last for about an hour or two to a whole day. Keep in mind that these walking tours may last for an hour or two, or you can choose to go on a tour that lasts the entire day. An interesting way to see the city is from up high with scenic air tours over the city and surrounding mountains, islands and coastlines. Or you might want to consider a boat charter through the Gulf Islands to watch Whales and other marine mammals, such as the Harbor Seals and the Dalls Porpoise. Keep in mind that the best time for these activities are from April to October, these months are also best for kayak tours and rentals. Ask Victoria hotels for recommendations on professional tour guides who can take you around Olde Town, Chinatown, Beacon Hill, and Craigdarroch Castle. These destinations are best visited with someone who can give you insider information about their history.
Victoria Hotels for Your Dream Wedding
Victoria, aptly known as the “Garden City”, is widely being recognized as the worlds top wedding destinations. The city boasts of the mildest climate in Canada, the most annual sunshine in British Columbia, and flowers all year round. Scheduling your wedding anytime is possible with flowers all year round. If you want ocean views or romantic beaches for your wedding, Victorias coastal communities of Sidney to the north-east, Oak Bay to the east, and Sooke to the north-west all give you stretches of tranquil beaches. The Butchart Gardens is the perfect setting for a garden wedding. Victoria is also home to the renowned Butchart Gardens, so if you fancy getting married amidst some of the most beautiful gardens in the world, this is your place. Victoria hotels also feature great honeymoon packages. Here are some hotels that you should look into: Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort and Spa, Four Points by Sheraton Victoria Gateway, Harbour Towers Hotel & Suites, and The Fairmont Empress.
Victoria Hotels and British Columbia Attractions
British Columbia is an excellent option for your next adventure. The region has more than 1,100 different wildlife species and some of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, making British Columbia the perfect place to watch and enjoy wildlife. Scenic British Columbia boasts of majestic mountains soaring up to 9,843 feet, ancient old-growth forests, caves, hoodoos (ancient, stone-like pillars), and wide stretches of sandy beaches. Victoria hotels will serve as a good jump-off point for all your adventures, from hiking through alpine meadows, exploring Canada’s highest waterfalls, to simply enjoying the soothing natural hot springs of British Columbia. Youre also sure to catch a bit of wildlife rushing by this wonderful scenery, so make time for bird watching; or if the season is right, hop aboard a whale watching tour. Bald eagles may be soaring above so keep an eye out for these magnificent creatures, also keep your eyes and ears peeled for mountain goats, moose, and caribou.