Destination Greater Victoria

Official 2020 Vacation Guide

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6  |  Destination Greater Victoria 2020  |  800-663-3883 (TOTEM POLE) DOUG CLEMENT; (JOHNSON ST. BRIDGE) LEANNA RATHKELLY VICTORIA VISITOR CENTRE Stop by the Visitor Centre for all of your Victoria vacation needs. The knowledgeable and friendly staff can answer any questions you may have, help you purchase tickets, make reservations, arrange transportation and book accommodation. The staff can also give you insight on how to get around, where to go, what to see, where to dine and more. In addition, event schedules, tickets, maps and brochures are available. Located at the Inner Harbour 812 Wharf St., Victoria 800-663-3883, 250-953-2033 OTHER VISITOR CENTRES Saanich Peninsula Visitor Centre 2281 Beacon Ave., Sidney, 250-665-7362 Sooke Region Museum & Visitor Centre 2070 Phillips Rd., Sooke (P.O. Box 774, Sooke), 250-642-6351 WELCOME to Victoria he 2020 Destination Greater Victoria Vacation Guide is your comprehensive resource for experiencing our world- class sights, sounds, tastes and everything in between. Greater Victoria has a diverse array of hotels, restaurants, aractions and activities – both indoors and outdoors on the wild West Coast – that will create memories lasting a lifetime. There are so many things to do in Greater Victoria. Whether it is your first visit or your 50th, each experience will leave you wanting more. The compact, easy-to-walk downtown core contains landmark hotels, farm-to-table cuisine and famous aractions. You will feel relaxed and at ease. It is not just our downtown, though. Explore destinations outside of our downtown like the Cowichan Valley or Saanich Peninsula. Their beaches, forests, vineyards and vistas will be of interest to almost any traveller. Closer to home, visitors can frequent genteel Oak Bay, or climb Mt. Douglas in Saanich, or golf in Langford or View Royal. Unlike other destinations in Canada, Greater Victoria is blessed with a temperate climate 12 months of the year. Was there an araction or activity you missed on your previous visit? Not to worry – it's easy to schedule your next visit for any time you desire. Our Visitor Centre at 812 Wharf St. has trained counsellors who are knowledgeable about all things Greater Victoria. They would be happy to assist and answer any questions you many have. Let us help create a visit tailored to your needs. Your Greater Victoria adventure awaits! For more great ideas, please visit our website at www., and follow us on Facebook, Twier, Instagram and Pinterest. Our local visitor hashtag is #ExploreVictoria Sincerely, Paul Nursey President and CEO Destination Greater Victoria Thunderbird Park, next to the Royal BC Museum, is home to a longhouse and a dozen poles from local First Nations T

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