Be introduced to travel via horse-drawn carriage and enjoy the views of the British Columbia legislature and historical buildings in the James Bay residential district.
Tally-Ho Carriage Tours is the oldest sightseeing tour company in Victoria. We offer experience and expertise with the most knowledgable drivers, well-cared for horses, and we’re a full-service carriage company. We guarantee you will feel part of our family. You deserve the best tour of Victoria.
Travel into the heart of the historic James Bay residential district to see amazing heritage homes, and enjoy panoramic waterfront views of the Olympic Mountains in Washington State.
Escape the noise and traffic of downtown by taking this popular tour through a 155 acre oasis of stunning floral gardens, elegant fountains and natural landscapes, and return through the historic James Bay residential district.
Enjoy the fabulous floral gardens, fountains and natural landscape of Beacon Hill Park; the breathtaking waterfront views of the snow-capped Olympic Mountains; and the historic James Bay residential district.
Relish in the beauty of Beacon Hill Park and waterfront views of the Olympic Mountains, and then choose to travel either into Old Towne or through one of Victoria’s most beautiful residential areas, Rockland.
Relax with your loved one to the gentle sound of hoof beats while you a transported by the major highlights of Victoria. This tour includes flowers and is the perfect way to say “I love you”.
Tally-Ho Carriage Tours is once again excited to be participating in Victoria’s “Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown”! Be A Tourist cardholders will enjoy 25% off a 45 minute or 60 minute private carriage tour on either February 25 or 26, 2017. Reservations are required, so call now 250-514-9257!
We are often asked how we know that the horses love their jobs at Tally-Ho. Horses have similar reactions to their environment as we (humans) do – if we are scared or nervous our eyes may get wide, we may start to shrink away from something, and/or we may stubbornly say “forget that idea!”. In …
On February 19 we welcomed four new horses to the Tally-Ho family! These beauties will spend their first few weeks at the farm relaxing and getting to know their new buddies (read: sorting out the natural pecking order of the herd). Once they are settled in, we will start our process to prepare them for …