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Solo Travel Package Victoria Canada: Visit Victoria for a top solo travel destination. Take advantage of British Columbia’s summer climate when the temperatures are soaring everywhere else.
-During the day, stroll through the the fifty-five acre Butchart Gardens, a main attraction.
-Spend a different kind of beach day at the Esquimalt Lagoon watching for wildlife.
-Hitch a ride on a double-decker city tour bus.
-Sample local British Columbian wines, and visit wineries and vineyards.
-With over 1,000 restaurants, try out both fine dining and neighborhood cafes.
-See the Craigdarroch Castle, Victoria Art Museum and the Royal British Columbia Museum.
-Tour government House and its 30+ acre grounds.
-Sign up for a whale watching expedition.
-Explore dark caves (and hopefully dodge the bats!).
-Attend local theater productions.
-Have a formal afternoon tea in the Fairmont or elsewhere.
-For an active trip, rent a bike, or hike the forests and national parks.
-Rent a wetsuit, and go scuba diving, surfing or windsurfing.
-Join a Harbour tour via kayaks to see both special landmarks and wildlife.
-Choose from one of eight golf courses.
-Spend a day (or two) fishing, and hook your own salmon or halibut.
-Go for a a full-day’s sailing trip to the Gulf Islands for a true eco-tour.
-Add some excitement and adventure to your trip by going zip-lining.
-For more information, go to Tourism Victoria. To add on a connection to Seattle or elsewhere in the Pacific Northwest, go to our home page booking engine. You can choose your travel dates and style/price of lodging. Be sure to check out the verified solo travel reviews.
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