Hop on a pedicab and let your professional tour guide roll you through the quiet streets and trails of beautiful Victoria, Canada. Pass through tree-lined streets dotted with century old heritage homes and travel along the coast to enjoy views of the ocean and glacial topped mountains.
- Pedicab tour throughout Victoria
- Victorian gardens and seaside vistas
- Heritage homes
- Beacon Hill Park
- Medieval arched bridge
- Fisherman's Wharf and wild harbor seals
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup and drop off
What You Can Expect
Experience Victoria's most charming neighborhood and showpiece park and gardens. Roll into Beacon Hill Park, an original oak forest, and home to over 25,000 flowers, eagle's nests, lakes and rolling meadows.
You might think you've returned to old England as you cross a medieval arched bridge. A side trip can be made to Fisherman's Wharf, home to the funky houseboat community, where you will have the opportunity to feed wild harbor seals.
This tour is seasonal and only operates from February through to November.
Are the pedicabs safe?
Yes, very safe. All the cabs are professionally manufactured by Main Street Pedicabs in Colorado, U.S.A. Safety features include disc brakes, seat belts and reinforced frames. Victoria is a very bicycle oriented town. On many streets, there are specially designed bike lanes. Guests constantly remark about how courteous drivers are towards cyclists and pedestrians.
The tour operator is proud to announce that they have a perfect safety record since they began operations in 2001.
Is there a motor underneath the cab?
No. The operators have the horse-like strength but they smell better! Besides that, they know how to avoid the hills. A one hour tour typically covers 10 kilometers (6-7 miles).