Image Credit: can slow things down, and tour Victoria in a beautiful horse drawn carriage. While enjoying a professional guided tour of Victoria, you will visit the downtown area, as well as Inner Harbour, Beacon Hill Park, Dallas Road waterfront, and James Bay. Some carriers will even pick you up in front of your hotel or restaurant.

There is no better way to spend a special evening with the one you love, than touring the beauty that makes up Victoria. All of the horses that are used for these tours are well maintained, and are highly cherished by the owners, staff and local residents.Here are a few tours you can partake in.

Tally Ho Carriage Tours - Corner of Belleville & Menzies Streets

Tally-Ho has provided carriage tours in the Victoria area since 1903. You can expect to receive a night filled with unforgettable memories provided by a knowledgeable and friendly guide. Discover the history that makes Victoria what it is today, as well as amusing tales.

You will begin your tour in downtown close to the Victoria Harbour. From there you will witness some of the stunning homes in Southern Vancouver Island, which bring about the heritage of Victoria. You can also expect to make your way through Beacon Hill Park, Dallas Road waterfront, and adventure into the second oldest Chinatown in the North.

Victoria Carriage Tours - Corner of Belleville & Menzies Streets

For over 30 years, Victoria Carriage Tours has been serving the residents and visitors of Victoria with horse drawn carriage tours or trolley’s. Drivers are decked out in their tuxedo formal wear and top hats, which will make you feel like royalty in the making. During the tour you will make your way through the Inner Harbour, Beacon Hill Park and James Bay. They also offer trolleys for larger groups.

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