Helpful Notes on Going to Vancouver from Victoria
If you’re spending a few days in Victoria BC and you’d love to get around to see more, here are a few tips to help you out.
If you want to check out Vancouver and cover local sights on that island as well, you’ll need to know how to get to that from Victoria BC. First off, you’ll need to catch a bus to the Swartz Bay terminal. You can take the express and non-express bus. Once you get there, buy yourself a ferry ticket to Vancouver, the Times Colonist says. That’s it. While
Choosing a ferry
There are plenty of ferries to choose from. While there are standard ones, if you want to travel in quarters that are a great deal more comfortable, then look for cruises between the islands. That’s a fun and comfortable way to go back and forth between these islands.
Finding out the cost
Before you pick a ferry service, calculate the expense. Research on Victoria to Vancouver ferry cost options, especially if you have your heart set on a cruise. That should give you a clear idea of how much of your holiday funds you’ll need to set aside for this.
How long it will last
The journey takes you about four hours, give or take, from the time you go from downtown Victoria to downtown Vancouver. That includes the bus, ferry and train ride—yes, you’ll need to take the train to get to downtown Vancouver. Victoria to Vancouver ferry cost will depend on the cruise package you’ll choose.
These are just some of the details you’ll need to research on when you plan a trip to Victoria and Vancouver. Start doing your homework by checking out which ferry services and cruise packages are a good fit for you and look into booking them soon.