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Victoria is located on the tip of Vancouver Island; approximately 154 km northwest of Seattle, Washington, and approximately 65 km southeast of Vancouver, British Columbia.
Vancouver Island is well connected to the mainland of British Columbia by BC Ferries. They operate daily vehicle and passenger ferry service between Vancouver and Victoria – BC Ferries
A high-speed catamaran passenger only service is available between downtown Seattle and Victoria’s Inner Harbour: Victoria Clipper.
Victoria International Airport is serviced by direct and connecting daily flights from cities throughout Canada and the United States. Harbour-to-harbour floatplane service is available from downtown Vancouver to downtown Victoria via Harbour Air / West Coast Air, and helicopter service is available via Helijet International. Charter flights are also available.
Bus companies provide daily service between downtown Vancouver and Vancouver International Airport to Victoria – Pacific Coach Lines
For more detailed information on Victoria check out Tourism Victoria’s website www.tourismvictoria.com
If you are travelling by air, land or sea (including cruises and ferries) between the United States and Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean and Bermuda, and you are a U.S. or Canadian citizen age 19 and older, you must present a passport or other approved secure document denoting citizenship and identity for all travel into the United States (effective June 1, 2009).
Children age 18 or under wishing to enter the U.S. will need to present a birth certificate, naturalization certificate or a passport to enter the U.S.