You'll see picturesque places. You're gonna be the whole family in the countryside. Visit the museums and discover something new. You'll be able to travel with your kids.


Dear traveler! This is a very picturesque and quite a quiet trip, in which you will be a lot of fresh air, walking and of course you will see the various natural places! The trip is designed in such a way that you will feel comfortable with your children if they are over six or seven years old. I really hope you appreciate and enjoy this trip!


7 days itinerary by Darcy Moore - Families with Kids, Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture - Car, 2 Hotels

Road Trip Categories: Families with Kids, Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture

Day 1: The beginning of our journey in Victoria

Welcome to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia. This town is called a little paradise. This is a very beautiful and cozy Canadian town. The city has beautiful parks and amazing landscapes.
Visiting: Victoria, Nanaimo

Day 2: Victoria's sights

The second day of seven. The plan is to go sightseeing and take a short walk. We have chosen quite famous and very picturesque places.
Visiting: Victoria, Nanaimo

Day 3: We're gonna finish the Victoria trip and move on.

Today we are planning to visit a couple more historical places and take a walk in a beautiful park. Tomorrow we will go to the next point of our route and that's why today we decided to enjoy the wonderful views of this city at the most.
Visiting: Victoria, Brentwood Bay, Sooke, Nanaimo

Day 4: Beauty Nanaimo

We have arrived in the second largest city in British Columbia. In Nanaimo you will see no less beautiful views. We will visit many different parks and be outdoors.
Visiting: Victoria, Nanaimo

Day 5: Traveling in Nanaimo

Today we will not only visit nature, but also run into an interesting museum. It's the quietest and most peaceful day ever.
Visiting: Nanaimo

Day 6: Last day of the trip

This is the last day before we leave. We've seen a lot of spectacular scenery. The trips end very quickly, the day passes like a moment.
Visiting: Dunsmuir, Parksville, Nanaimo, Departure Bay

Day 7: Returning home

We rent out the car and go home. It was not the most busy trip, but comfortable and picturesque.
Visiting: Nanaimo, Ladysmith