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- Royal Jubilee Hospital
- Butchart Gardens
- Victoria Bug Zoo
- University of Victoria
- Government Street
- Abkhazi Garden
- Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
- British Columbia Parliament Building
- Bear Mountain Golf and Country Club
- Victoria Conference Centre
- Bear Mountain Golf Club
- Royal BC Museum
- Royal Roads University
- Esquimalt Lagoon Migratory Bird Sanctuary
- Cordova Bay Golf Course
- Camosun College - Interurban Campus
- The McPherson Playhouse
- Hatley Castle
- Victoria Royal Theatre
- Uptown Center
What you should know about North Saanich
Hotels in North Saanich
Accommodation in North Saanich offers a wide variety of choices, ranging from restored manors and cozy cottages to convenient B&Bs. Belle Maison Auprès De La Mer is a North Saanich Bed & Breakfast that sits in a tranquil setting of landscaped gardens perched above the sea, offering magnificent ocean views. 10 minutes from the beach, this Georgian- style North Saanich hotel is a home away from home featuring a shared French-style kitchen, a seating area with a fireplace and stunning gardens and free Wi-Fi. By the Sea BnB is another popular North Saanich accommodation that features private rooms with ocean views and free Wi-Fi.
Things to do in North Saanich
Hike through John Dean Provincial Park that sits at the summit of Mount Newton, boasting unbeatable views of the Saanich Peninsula, the Gulf Islands, and the Cascade Mountains. In the midst of the wilderness, it’s a popular spot for spectacular sunsets, viewing birds of prey soaring through the skies and enjoying ambitious hikes and forest walks. Visit the North Saanich Marina to hop on a cruise around Canada’s Gulf Islands, or head to Sidney to sail the waters, side by side with orcas, humpback whales, and dolphins. Discover the lavender farm of Vancouver Island’s Victoria Lavender. Boasting over 10,0000 lavender plants, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in Provence. It’s a wonderful sight to behold, and visitors can take away home-made lavender products from the farm shop. In addition to the lavender fields and gardens, the farm is also home to a rescue center, and a bird sanctuary housing rare birds including peacocks.
Good for couples
An ideal tranquil location, a North Saanich vacation delivers relaxing scenic strolls and picturesque beaches, all within close proximity of the lively neighboring districts and key landmarks like Butchart Gardens and the Victoria Butterfly Gardens. Two miles away lies the popular seaside town of Sidney, where the streets teem with independent boutiques and bookstores, cafes, restaurants and there’s an array of activities on offer including whale watching and kayaking. In 26 minutes you could be enjoying Victoria, a charming city surrounded by ocean, brimming with activities and attractions including the Royal British Columbia Museum. North Saanich is an ideal destination for couples wanting a getaway that offers culture, history, a vibrant nightlife and exciting outdoor pursuits.
How to get to North Saanich
Only 3 miles from Victoria International Airport, travel to North Saanich could not be easier There are many transportation options from the airport but hopping in a yellow cab outside the Terminal is a quick and easy way to make the 5-minute journey. Since North Saanich is a quieter neighborhood and most travelers will want to explore the surrounding districts and their key attractions, hiring a car from one of the many rental firms based at the airport is a good idea. Alternatively, cabs are in abundance, and you can always hail a cab to take you from one district to the next.
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