Brentwood Bay activities, tickets and more

Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Brentwood Bay Kayak Tour and Butchart Gardens Visit

Take in the beautiful scenery as you paddle your way through stunning Brentwood Bay and into Gowlland Tod Marine Park located behind the Butchart Gardens property. This gentle guided kayak tour offers you the opportunity to surround yourself with natural forested scenery, marine wildlife, and the beautiful views of Brentwood Bay and the Saanich Inlet. After your kayak tour, you'll receive an admission voucher to the world-famous Butchart Gardens, where you can explore the many amazing gardens at your leisure.
$77
5 hours
Food, Wine & Nightlife

Brentwood Bay Kayak Tour and Restaurant Lunch

Explore the scenic, calm waters of Brentwood Bay and Todd Inlet on a 2-hour kayak tour, and then enjoy a relaxing meal at the Brentwood Bay Resort Pub. Take in the natural beauty of Brentwood Bay on the water and land with this unique kayak/pub tour.
$68
2 hours
Water Sports

Brentwood Bay Guided Kayak Tours

Paddle through the scenic, calm waters of Brentwood Bay. During a 2-hour guided kayak tour, paddle your way through memorable encounters with marine and shore life. All experience levels are welcome as the waterways in Brentwood Bay and Tod Inlet are without currents and large waves.
$56
2 hours
Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Victoria Kayaking and Butterfly Gardens Tour

Enjoy a 2-hour kayak tour of beautiful Brentwood Bay with one of our professional guides, and an admission voucher for a self-guided tour of Victoria's famous Butterfly Gardens!
$65
3 hours
Food, Wine & Nightlife

Brentwood Bay Kayak Tour and Wine Tasting

Enjoy a relaxing, scenic paddle through the wildlife-rich waters of Brentwood Bay. Then savor award-winning wines and food with a wine tasting at nearby Church and State Wines, Vancouver Island's largest winery.  PLEASE NOTE: Church and State Wines is open Wednesday-Sunday, Tasting Bar open 11-6, Bistro 11-3. Saturday availability limited, check website for more details.
$68
2 hours