Touring in a rented Motorhome from Victoria
Explore the magnificent Vancouver Island in a hired touring campervan or rental motor home, which are available in Victoria. Self-drive travel homes are available to sleep different numbers of people from 2 adults in a 2 berth caravanette to larger family vehicles offering accommodation for up to 6 people. Of course, there are vehicles in the middle of the range, which can cater for groups of three, four or five. Most motor caravans have showers and toilets in addition to fridges and cookers to allow you to find campsites in the country and self-cater. There are many other features such as air conditioning and heating to make your holiday more pleasant. Why not see for yourself, the range of recreational vehicles available to hire in Victoria by clicking on the 'more details' button above.
Look closely at each motoring home, camper and RV available to hire and do let us know if you have any queries. Then you can choose the campavan which best suits your needs so that you have a wonderful campervanning holiday. Just wait until your family and friends hear about your adventures on the west coast of Canada - they too, will surely want to rent a camper van from us. Short breaks offer competitive deals while prices for extended vacations are value-for-money and only the best quote will be given to you. Just imaging exploring this wonderful countryside in a 4x4 holiday home or 4 wheel drive camper. As you as you arrive, your mobile home will be ready for collection, with a thankful of fuel awaiting your rving sight seeing trip.
Victoria is situated on the Saanich Peninsula on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, the largest island off the west coast of North America, roughly the same size as Holland. It is a great place for tourists to visit at any time of year with its low humidity and offshore breezes providing a comfortable mild climate. Rain can be expected early in the year but snow is very unlikely. It's a friendly, safe place with a clean environment and charming atmosphere and an abundance of flowers, making it one of the world's favourite destinations. The local people take pride in their heritage and culture and Victoria is home to many different nationalities and religions. The island has a mountainous spine, fjords on the west coast, which is mainly uninhabited except for a few small communities, and well-known for the Pacific Rim National Park and the Douglas Fir and Cedar trees providing lush forests. Victoria is easy to see on foot. Stroll around and enjoy the architecture and culture, pop into the museums and Art Galleries, or take in a show at the theatre.200 small islands, the British Colombia Gulf Islands, lie in the Georgia Strait and are the ideal retreat for a day trip or longer. Enjoy outdoor recreation, arts and crafts - the perfect getaway in a charming hideaway, before extending your trip to include Vancouver, Seattle or Whistler. It has to be said that this is a truly beautiful area with breath-taking scenery - the snow-capped mountains and flourishing forests with a backdrop of deep blue oceans.