Salt Spring Island is the jewel of the Southern Gulf Islands. It is nestled up against the East side of Vancouver Island , just a short ferry ride from Victoria, the capital city of BC. More than ten thousand people reside on Salt Spring Island, as well as several thousand sheep and a sizeable deer population.  Salt Spring Island has long been known as a very special place in BC as it is well-known for its very large number of artists, sculptors and musicians that live here.  The Saturday market is always a highlight and draws visitors from around the world!

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Tour Highlights

Shopping at the famous Saltspring Saturday Market .Visit winery or brewery, with the option to taste (19+, additional cost) .Explore the "secret beach" .Explore a cheese farm and get a taste of the locally produced cheese 

Duration:

1 Day, 0 Night

Meeting/Pickup Location:

Douglas and Broughton in downtown Victoria at 9:30am (April-June) or 8:30am (July-Sept)

Included:

Transportation from downtown Victoria .All ferry fees. Friendly and Fun Canadian Tour Guide .A visit to the famer's market .Cheese farm visit with and free cheese tasting

Essential Info:

Itinerary

Day-by-Day Itinerary

Please note that the itinerary is subject to change due to unforeseen (weather) conditions.

Day 1

8:00am - Meet your tour guide at Douglas and Broughton.
8:15 - Depart for Swartz Bay ferry terminal
10:00am – Enjoy the scenic ride on BC Ferries to Saltspring Island
10:45am – Visit a Cheese Farm, take a tour of the production area and try some locally-produced goat cheese
12:00pm– Visit the "secret" white shell beach (weather permitting)
1:15pm – Free time: visit downtown, go shopping at the Saturday market, time for lunch
3:30pm – Brewery Visit (option for beer tasting, $4 extra, must be age 19+ with ID)
4:30pm - Lavendar Farm visit  
5:50pm – BC Ferries cruise back to Swartz Bay 
7:00pm - Arrive in downtown Victoria
*Please note: Itinerary is subject to changes and the order of stops sometimes changes based on when the businesses can accommodate our group

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