What better time to celebrate Canadian culture then on the 150th anniversary of Confederation, when the 4 colonies came together to form The Dominion of Canada in 1867. British Columbia joined 4 years later thanks to the building of the railway. What do you know about Canadian food? What are traditional Canadian dishes? What do we eat today that makes us different than our Southern neighbours? Join our Canada 150 Food Tour to find out!
This 2.5-hour tour starts at Fisherman’s wharf and ends on Government Street. We visit 6 local stops and all of the food & drink samples have a Canadian twist! Candied salmon, poutine, Nanaimo bars, a maple syrup tasting, a Ceasar cocktail, and a beavertail are just a few of the dishes sampled on this truly Canadian culinary adventure. On this tour we learn about what makes Canadian food different, hear stories about the history of Victoria, see beautiful nature and architecture in the downtown core, and meet the new locals and business owners that make Canada thrive today!
There is an alcohol sample on this tour. The legal drinking age in British Columbia is 19 years of age. You may be required to present your government issued ID to participate in tastings. A secondary piece of ID is also required in BC. Click here to view what ID’s can be used. This tour is all ages and we have a non-alcohol sample.
Dietary Concerns: We can accommodate most allergies on this tour however we can not accommodate the following: Shellfish. All of our tours have a vegetarian option that must be requested during the booking process.