Guess what, Vancouver? North America’s largest seaplane airline is launching flights from Vancouver to Butchart Gardens this spring, which means it’ll be that much easier to get from the city to the Island!

Starting June 12th, Harbour Air will introduce its new 30-minute scenic flights from downtown Vancouver to the famed Butchart Gardens in Victoria, AKA one of the most beautiful flower fields in the world.

Doubling as a National Historic Site, Butchart has been in bloom for over 100 years, offering visitors 55 acres of flowers and plants to explore. So if you want to visit a historic site in BC that immerses you in the spirit of spring and summer, look no further.

This one-of-a-kind Canadian experience will offer passengers a glimpse of BC’s stunning coastline, with exclusive access to the garden.

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Flights will take off at the following times between June 12th and September 15th (Wednesday to Sunday):

The tour package includes round-trip flights and two hours of admission to explore the grounds.

Interested in booking? Passengers can reserve their spots online, with adult rates starting at $499 – and $299 for children.

All in all, the trip will last half of a day – which makes planning ahead even easier. So if you’re looking for a fun family excursion this spring or summer, or want to treat your beaux to a romantic stroll through one of the most famous gardens in the world.