Experience Victoria

Are you looking to learn more about the people, land and wildlife of the Victoria area? Join fellow All In attendees on a local adventure by signing up for one of our Experience Victoria excursions happening on June 6 as a part of our pre-conference programming. Because these experiences take place in different parts of Victoria, transportation will be included in each activity fee.

Whale watching



Minimum 40 participants. Maximum 50 participants

Start your day with an enriching and inspiring nature-viewing experience. This four hour West Coast whale and wildlife watching tour takes place on a semi-covered catamaran “4 Ever Wild” — offering multiple outdoor and inside viewing options, two washrooms, seating and much more.

Mount Douglas guided hike



Maximum 15 participants

Degree of difficulty: Moderate

Take a guided hike through the largest park in the Saanich area. Mount Douglas offers a spectacular 360-degree view of the area around Victoria, including east to Haro Strait, north and west through Saanich, and south towards downtown Victoria.

Bike tour: Highlights of Victoria



Minimum 6 participants. Maximum 24 participants

The Highlight Tour is total immersion into the West Coast + local Victoria experience. This two hour tour takes you to the BC Legislature, Beacon Hill Park, the Historic Downtown and Chinatown.

Centre for the Salish Sea Aquarium



No maximum number of participants, minimum of 12 to get group rate

Learn about the diverse wildlife of the Salish Sea bioregion at this award-winning aquarium, featuring 160 species of marine life and over 3,500 animals. Highlights include a giant pacific octopus, a hands-on touch pool experience and a unique Coast Salish art collection.

Victoria’s story: Discover the past walking tours



Minimum 8 participants

This 90 minute tour has woven together the facts and characters (and ghost or two!) of Victoria’s most intriguing moments, bringing history to life. Enjoy the vibrancy along the crowded sidewalks and narrow alleys of Victoria’s Chinatown, as well as public art in the form of murals, fountains, statues and banners.