Vancovuer Island, British Columbia on TransCanadaHighway.com
Why Visit Victoria?
Victoria feels like a bit of Britain, with the same temperate climate , lots of pubs clustered around the Inner Harbour, and High Tea. The city is the western terminus of the Trans-Canada, and prizes its proximity to pretty Oak Bay, Brentwood Bay's Butchart Gardens, and rugged Sooke to the west. This city is the jumping off point to visiting the rest of Vancouver Island, with its lowland wineries, its interior forests, and Tofino's west coast waves and whalewatching.
Map of Vancouver Island Communities
There are many scenic communities worth visiting, off the Trans-Canada Highway track. Many are along the Island Highway, which is Highway #1 to Nanaimo, which becomes Highway 19 north of Nanaimo. Thare also many pretty towns along the suth and west coasts of Vancouver Island:
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Greater Victoria Area Maps