Vous pourriez prendre le ferry ou un bus pour Victoria, mais avec tous les transports et la circulation que cela implique, cela vous demanderait des heures. Grâce à ce vol aller simple en hydravion depuis Vancouver, vous arriverez à destination en 35 minutes. En survolant Vancouver, admirez des vues panoramiques sur Canada Place, Burrard Inlet et Stanley Park. Partez ensuite vers le sud au-dessus de la mer des Salish et des îles Gulf, puis posez-vous au centre du port intérieur de Victoria, près de l'hôtel Fairmont Empress et du Parlement de Colombie-Britannique.
Cool de faire le voyage à si basse altitude et voir toutes les îles. Juste atterrir dans le port à Victoria valait le prix. Le dimanche matin dans le port on est reçu avec de la musique classique Wow. Très bon service.
Excellent experience, beautiful flight, courteous staff and skilled screw. Gorgeous scenery flying over the city and islands. And most important, a perfect landing in the harbor. Outstanding adventure!
The service of the staff at Harbour Air was great. The views expected on the flights between Vancouver and Victoria unfortunately were extremely reduced due to the smoke of the forest fires. We accept that Harbour Air had no control over that.
Oh my goodness! It was the best thing ever. Cannot recommend enough. I'm slightly claustrophobic so I was a little worried before the flight. As soon as I got in the plane, my worries evaporated. It was roomy and lots of windows so you don't feel the least bit trapped. We did pay the extra 10 to get confirmed window seats. That was well worth it! Our bags weighed a little too much, so we paid a small fee. Also well worth the price. It allowed us to have a full day and night in Victoria before heading out from Vancouver the next day. Wish we had made the return flight to Vancouver on the seaplane. We took Air Canada, and it wasn't nearly as much fun! Got a cute picture of my daughter with the pilot and one with a young man visiting from Australia who got to be the co-pilot.
I have always wanted to take a flight in a seaplane. It was a beautiful, clear day with a lot to see as we flew to Victoria. We only had one day to tour before our cruise ship disembarked. This was a quick, memory making trip. We had a little trouble locating the place to check-in. It is a separate smaller building, located along the docks.
Michael our pilot from down under was kind enough to allow me to co-pilot on the journey ride back to Vancouver, great service with a smile and good to speak to an expat that knows the area and can recommend places to see and visit. It was my husbands first time on a sea plane and he loved it. A great way to see Victoria and Vancouver if you are limited to time.