Victoria Tourism Bulletins

Victoria Tourism Bulletins

We’re pleased to report another year of largely positive growth for Victoria’s tourism industry. Although the 2017 year-over-year occupancy rate dropped marginally (-0.8%), the accommodation sector experienced an $9.64 increase in ADR and a RevPAR rate of $124 (almost $6 higher than last year and notably higher than the projected national RevPAR rate of $99). All transportation and conference centre indicators were up between approximately 2% and 4% compared to 2016. The industry is optimistic that 2018 will be another good year.

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December 31, 2017 by admin

With one more month of data to follow, it appears that 2017 was again a fantastic year for our tourism industry. The growth we have experienced in the past four years is now putting significant pressure on wages and benefits, transportation issues, workforce housing and labour shortages. I think that 2018 will prove to be a very interesting year as international and domestic tourism continue to grow.

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November 30, 2017 by admin

BC Ferries has announced that they saw the highest passenger numbers in their 2nd quarter (ended Sept. 30) in 20 years. During this quarter both passenger and vehicle traffic climbed 5.2% over the same time last year leading to improved revenues. The favourable exchange rate for US visitors and great weather conditions are key factors contributing to the growth.

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October 31, 2017 by admin


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