Victoria's Eat Like a Canadian Tour

Price: $90.00
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Summary
Shore Excursion Size ? Small
Shore Excursion Type Active, Cuisine, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 3 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? A 3 to 5 minute taxi (approximately $5 US, not included) is necessary to reach the departure location.
Food/Beverage Provided Samples of food and beverages from 7 culinary stops.
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and sensible, flat-soled walking shoes as this tour operates regardless of weather. Sunglasses, hat, and sunscreen are suggested.
Restrictions Tour involves approximately 2.5 kilometers / 1.5 miles (roughly 1 hour) of walking over even, cobblestone and uneven surfaces. Tour can not accomodate a gluten or shellfish allergy.

Discover some of Canada's most traditional dishes like maple syrup and poutine while visiting some of the most famous landmarks in Victoria on this fun guided 2.5-hour walking tour in Victoria. Tour includes seven local culinary stops and guests take home a souvenir tour map and an exclusive Eat Like a Local discount card. Visit some of the most famous sights in the city including Fisherman's Wharf, the Pendray Mansion, the Legislature Building, The Empress Hotel, and bustling Government Street. Learn the stories behind some of Canada's most traditional dishes and whet your palate with British Columbia wine. This historic food walking tour is ideal for culinary connoisseurs and culture enthusiasts alike!

Begin your culinary adventure by making your way to your rendezvous point at the Finest At Sea Fish Market to devour delicious seafood like candied salmon and smoked tuna. Then sample some traditional Indigenous cuisine at Imagine Studio Cafe located right next door. Next, head to Fisherman's Wharf to sample some Hawaiian pizza at a floating pizzeria. Discover how this popular style of pizza was invented in Canada by a Greek immigrant. As the tour strolls along James Bay, the guide will go into the early history of Victoria including the influence of George Vancouver and the importance of the gold rush.

The tour will then linger in the Inner Harbour among some of the most iconic buildings in the city including the Steamship Terminal Building, the Legislature Building, and the Empress Hotel. Here the tour will sample maple syrup, the most famous Canadian export of all! Guests will also sample a Nanaimo bar, a sweet local delicacy. Love what your tasting? You will be able to take home the recipe to make again. After strolling around the harbour the tour will end on Government Street.

On busy Government street the tour will stop at two iconic Canadian businesses including Rogers' Chocolates, the oldest chocolate shop in Canada, and Beavertails. Here you will taste poutine, a Quebec dish that contains fries, cheese curds, and gravy. Not for the faint of heart. The tour ends at Artisan wine for a very unique ice wine tasting. Canada is one of the only producers of ice wine in the world and here you will get to try three BC wines, a great stop to bring home a uniquely Canadian souvenir.

From indulging in traditional Canadian dishes made with local ingredients, to discovering the history behind each dish, this culinary adventure is a history buff's and foodie's dream. Sign up for this savory seasonal culinary walking tour for an unforgettable time in Victoria.

Please Note: Please indicate any special dietary restrictions in advance so that the proper accommodations can be made.