Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Approximately 2½ Hours
Set on the southern end of Vancouver Island, Victoria is the perfect location for this tasty culinary walking tour with a professional foodie guide.
Stroll through James Bay, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Victoria, en route to Fishermen's Wharf. This bustling dock area is populated by live-aboard boats, working fishing vessels, floating art galleries, and restaurants. Pause at one of the floating businesses to indulge in fresh cuisine with a spectacular seaside view.
The Steamship Grill & Bar is set in a historic steamship terminal. Dishes here include either a decadent seafood chowder or a light farm-to-table salad. Sample a BC wine or local craft beer.
Your last foodie sample is right next door, where classic Canadian treats include maple syrup and a Nanaimo bar -- a famous Vancouver Island dessert. There's also a chance here to purchase souvenirs and gifts.
The tour ends in front of the Empress Hotel and the gorgeous Legislature Building lit up with more than 3,000 lights. Return to the ship by shuttle bus.
The tour is outdoors for roughly two hours. A significant amount of walking (1.8 miles/3 km) and standing is required. Not advisable for guests using a wheelchair or for those with mobility limitations. Dietary or vegetarian requests require 48 hours' notice; gluten and dairy allergies cannot be accommodated. Minimum age to sample alcohol is 19 years with government-issued ID; non-alcoholic samples are available.