Tours & Transportation in Victoria
Budget Victoria Car & Truck Rentals are available at 4 locations in Victoria. Arriving in Victoria but departing from a different part of the Island? Call us about our one-way rates that allow you to drop your vehicle wherever you are leaving from. Budget in Victoria is locally owned and operated and has been in the same family for over fifty years.
Join Canadian Craft Tours for behind the scenes tours of Victoria's wineries, craft breweries and craft distillers. All tastings, round trip transportation and tours behind the scenes are included.
CVS Sightseeing Tours provide an experience, not just a “tour”. The experience starts with exceptional service, the cleanliness and quality of the vehicle and it continues with the driver’s local colour commentary and free Wi-Fi on board every vehicle. Try the CVS experience and see for yourself.
Gray Line Sightseeing Victoria, at 721 Government Street, has been an instituion in Victoria for countless years. Experience the Island aboard one of their vintage British Double Decker buses! Their tours are designed to allow the customers complete flexibility to explore the many points of interest Victoria has to offer. Their experienced staff always make Gray Line Tours a personal, informative and entertaining experience. Visit them at their seasonal kiosk (May to Sept.) in front of the Empress Hotel.
See Victoria from the water on Gray Line's Harbour Sights Tours aboard the Lynda Mae and enjoy our insightful commentary—full of interesting facts about Victoria--while our licensed sea captains pilot you on a relaxing journey around the inner harbour.
A great way to see Victoria, also at a leisurely pace, would be by taking a horse-drawn carriage tour. Tally Ho Carriage Tours is Victoria's original horse-drawn tour company and has been creating unforgettable memories for visitors and locals alike since 1903. They will pick you up at your hotel or restaurant, and on cool summer evenings, you can snuggle into comfort with their soft, faux-fur blankets. You can find them under the burgundy umbrella at the corner of Belleville and Menzies Streets beside the Legislative Buildings.