Victoria Two Ways: Nature Nut or Urban Escapist?

Nature nuts can pedal to their heart's content in Victoria. Credit: Ann Britton Campbell

Nature nuts can pedal to their heart’s content in Victoria. Credit: Ann Britton Campbell

Victoria blossoms in March. While most of Canada remains in a deep freeze, colourful flowers mark the arrival of spring on the country’s west-est coast. Whether your idea of fun is cavorting outdoors or cocooning inside, this gorgeous B.C. city has got you covered.

For The Nature Nut

With an ocean at its doorstep and wilderness in its backyard, Victoria is nirvana for outdoorsy folk. The Inner Harbour is the jumping-off spot for whale-watching tours, kayaking and a waterfront path that leads to … Continue reading this article here.

For the Urban Escapist

Believe fresh air is overrated? Then book a room at the luxe Abigail’s Hotel, light the wood-burning fireplace, and put the Do Not Disturb sign on the door. When you venture out—and really, you must—admire the lovingly restored Victorian and Edwardian homes … Continue reading this article here.

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