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For many travellers, James Bay is at the top of the list. Home to big attractions like British Columbia Parliament Building, this area is a wonderful introduction to Victoria. Of course, spending your evenings in Brentwood Bay is a good idea too. Butchart Gardens is one awesome sight to cross off here.
There’s no good time or bad time to visit Victoria. But if you’d like to save big on your escape, consider the month of January. Hotel prices and airfares tend to be at their most expensive in August. Victoria can be a busy place in July, August, June, so if you want to escape the masses, visit in October, December, November.
It can be tricky to know when the best time is to book your Victoria trip. But generally the earlier you book, the more affordable the prices. In some cases, you can book your flights and hotels nearly a year prior to your departure date. If you’re considering a last-minute getaway, no need to fret! There are unbeatable deals advertised on Expedia every single day.
Bundling your bookings into a Victoria holiday package is the most convenient way to organise your trip. Not only that, you’ll save when you combine your hotels, flights and car rentals. Once you’ve booked, why not add on a day tour or an activity?