2 Days Vancouver Island Tour

In the morning, take the BC Ferry (delivery ticket), via the Strait of Georgia to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia. Changyou covers an area of 50 acres, with a century-old history of Butterworth Garden (tickets are sent). Pass through Fan Tan Alley, the narrowest commercial street in Chinatown on the island. Then go to the British-style Victoria Inner Harbor, the Centennial Park of the Founding of Canada, the Provincial Assembly Building or (at your own expense) visit the Royal British Museum, etc. Then proceed to Bieken Mountain Park and the zero starting point of Trans-Canada Highway [MILE 0]. Visit the Victoria University, the highest university on Vancouver Island, and Tomeishan Park, which can provide a view of the Greater Victoria area, and overlook the Olympic National Park in Washington State, USA. Overnight stay in Victoria.

Location

Day 1 Vancouver Island-Butcher Garden-Chinatown-Inner Harbor Yiguang District-Tudoriya University
In the morning, take the BC Ferry (passage ticket) and travel through the Strait of Chania to the city of Doria, the capital of British Columbia. Changjin covers an area of ​​50 British models, a century-old Jade Garden (ticket ticket). Pass through FanTanAlleu, the narrowest commercial street in Chinatown on the island. Then go to the Victorian Inner Harbour area, which is very British, and add the Lida Centennial Memorial Company, the Provincial Assembly Building or (at your own expense) visit the Royal British Museum. Then proceed to Bieken Mountain Park and the start point of Trans-Canada Highway (MLEO). Visit the Victoria University, the highest institution on Vancouver Island, and the scenery of Domeshan Park Fuyuan Da Tui Doria area, overlooking the Olympic National Park in Washington State, USA. Stay in Victoria in the evening.
Accommodation in DousInnVictoria or similar

Day 2 Tudoriya-Harry's Castle-Golden Creek Provincial Park-Ken City (Yuan Teng City)-Shumenis (Wall Construction-Naimo City-Vancouver
Proceed to Harry's Castle at the Royal Road University, a century-old military academy with European characteristics. Then go to Golden Creek Provincial Park in the rainforest area covering an area of ​​477 inches, touch and take photos of the 500-year-old Western red cedar trees. Then visit Duncan City with the "Totem City" and Shumenis with the most wall paintings in the world. In Xiongneitang, artists from all over the world use delicate walls to record the history of local development. Together with the carvings or sculptures on the street, they add elegance to the wall. After that, take the ferry back to Vancouver and end the two-day beautiful trip.
 
Parkage Includes:
  1. Professional Chinese speaking tour guide
  2. Hotel accommodation (room with 1 or 2 beds);
  3. Luxury tour bus

Parkage Excluded:
  1. Travel insurance
  2. Sightseeing and tickets in the itinerary
  3. All meals for non-included group members
  4. Service tip for driver and tour guide ($12 per person per day)
  5. Consumption tax 5% GST
  6. All private expenses such as self-financed itinerary, telephone bills, etc.