Going on a trip to Victoria is fun, especially if you’re going during the summer or fall. Check out the following tips, though, to make the most out of your vacation.
Expect mild, comfortable temperatures from June through October, Smarter Travel says. However, the nights can be a bit colder so you’ll want to bring along a sweater, especially if you’re catching the ferry, for a more comfortable time.
Dress in layers
You may want to leave that big, bulky jacket at home and simply dress in layers. That way, you can just take off a layer whenever you’re inside somewhere warm and toasty then put it back on with ease the minute you go out into the cold.
Pick the right ferry
With many BC ferries that go from Vancouver to Victoria, you have plenty of options to choose from. Be sure to pick the right one. Do your homework. Know what the cruise service offers before you pick one. The more you know, the easier it will be for you to pick the best means of traveling from point A to B.
Check out features
Some cruise services offer a ton of comfort and convenience. From an onboard menu to high-speed travel, cruise packages and more, you’re sure to have much more fun if you pick the right ferry or cruise service.
One way to find the best cruise service out of the many BC ferries that go from Vancouver to Victoria is to check out reviews and feedback about the company online. Know what other customers and passengers say about the company, staff and the quality of its services.
Read the fine print
Understand and read the conditions and terms before you buy a ride with a ferry service. That way, you’ll know what to expect.
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