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Incredibly diverse and geographically expansive, Canada spans over 9 million square km. Boasting of 16 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the longest ski season and some of the most spectacular natural wonders on the planet, it is no surprise that Canada remains at the top of the bucket list of many travellers.
Famous for ice hockey and being a winter wonderland, Canada is also a perfect destination for nature lovers and those who enjoy big cities. Canada is the second largest country in the world, home to some wild and diverse landscapes, multi-cultural cities and incredible sights. From the temperate rainforests on the west coast to the soaring Canadian Rockies, the vast prairies to the striking Atlantic coast in the east, Canada has some impressive landscapes to offer.
Pick up at Vancouver International Airport, British Columbia, Canada
Drop to Calgary International Airport, Alberta, Canada
3 Hours Before Flight Time
The expanse of Canada’s natural beauty from mountains and glaciers to selected lakes and forests is almost unparalleled worldwide. It is a beautiful place filled with friendly people and plenty of things to do. The postcard-perfect scenery and a range of snow adventures await you.
From the majestic heights of the impressive Rockies to the remote and barren Arctic region or the scenic eastern seaboards, it is easy to go wild in Canada’s great outdoor. One of the most popular Canadian train excursions is the Rocky Mountains with its iconic tri-colored cars and daylight only runtime so that you do not miss out on an inch of the scenery.Take a tour of the cities, enjoy the many outdoor activities or just bask in the diversity of the country.
Canada has something for every individual’s interest. Few places allow for such fun-filled diversity as Canada. The place is vast, wild and magical.
Arrive into Vancouver and transfer to your accommodation for check in.
(Overnight at Vancouver)
Explore the City of Vancouver in style. Learn, and be amazed by Vancouver’s soaring skyscrapers, architectural masterpieces, urban beaches, and coastal rainforests. Your full day tour will take you through the cities famous attractions and you are sure to visit Stanley Park (with a stop at Prospect Point for a photo op), Grouse Mountain, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, Robson Street – Vancouver’s ever-popular shopping hub’ Gas town, Chinatown, English Bay and Granville Island Public Market.
Stanley Park offers a wide variety of free or low cost outdoor fun, including free gardens to explore, easy hiking trails and also playing golf. The most famous outdoor activity in Vancouver is cruising along the seawall at Stanley Park. Explore the Grandville Island (an urban oasis) and the Public Market. Tour the waterfront in Vancouver. Take a walk around the city’s historic Gastown site. And explore the Bill Reid Gallery.
(Overnight at Vancouver)
Enjoy a day trip to British Colombia’s famous Victoria Islands. You will travel by ferry crossing the Inside passage into the Island and on arrival, you will explore the town on a short tour followed by a visit to the World famous Butchart Gardens before you arrive back to your accommodation in Vancouver.
The island’s waters are home to gentle giants such as humpbacks, orcas and harbor porpoise. Meet these mighty beasts in person with a whale watching tour, which provides an intimate experience on the Salish Sea with local marine mammals of all kinds. explore the Butchart Garden, a National Historic Site and one of world’s premier floral show gardens. From the Sunken Gardens and rose-laden arches to the serenity of the Japanese Gardens. You can also go kayaking on the calm waters of the protected Inner Harbour.
(Overnight at Vancouver)
You will enjoy a scenic drive to Whistler, along the Sea-to-Sky Highway with stops at Shannon Falls and the Tantalus View Point.
Upon arrival, you will receive a guided tour of Whistler Village followed by a visit to the Squamish Lil’Wat Cultural Centre where you will learn all about the First Nations in an interactive environment and later take the ride up on the Peak 2 Peak Gondola for 11 minutes of scenic beauty. The Gondola connects Whistler and the Blackcomb Mountains at their peaks and opens up Blackcomb for summer hiking.
Whistler is the adventure capital of Canada and a place to satisfy your hunger for adventure. You can go for biking at the renowned Whistler Mountain Bike Park, or you can also zip through the skies – Whistler is home to the longest, fastest and highest ziplines in all of Canada and USA. Embark on any of the numerous trails or ride the melting water from the mountains on a fast, fun whitewater rafting tour.
(Overnight at Whistler)
After breakfast, you will check out of your hotel and continue your journey by road to Kamloops for an overnight stay. Soon after arrival, you will check in to your hotel and later explore the town on your own. You can play a round of golf at the Tobiano Golf Course. You can also hike at Kenna Cartwright Park, from where the views are phenomenal.
(Overnight at Kamloops)
After breakfast, you will check out and leave for Jasper by road. The scenic route will take you through 3 of the mountain parks, Revelstoke, Glacier and Yoho. Taking a few photo stops in between.
(Overnight at Jasper)
Explore the natural beauty of the Jasper National Park, the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies. This scenic tour will take you to the outstanding sights that Jasper must offer, including Maligne Canyon, where natural wonders, including a disappearing lake and karst topography (limestone with sinkholes, underground streams and caverns), are on display.
Visit the most picturesque Maligne Lake and the Spirit Islands, the most photographed islands in the world. You take a hike along the spectacular trails of Maligne Canyon or you can take a cruise to Spirit Island. If you love immense landscapes and breathtaking views, you can take the Jasper Sky Tram, which will transport you from an altitude of 1304 meters above sea level to 2227 meters in just seven minutes. From here you get to see the Mount Robson, the highest peak in Canada. There are also ample opportunities for mountain biking or hiking amidst glorious lakeside scenery. You can join in on an exciting whitewater rafting down the Athabasca River. You may go for a wildlife tour to spot the area’s wildlife, such as moose, elk, deer, bears and coyotes. However if you are a person who does not like too much strenuous activities, then you can just engage in some relaxing activities, like taking a swim or playing golf or getting involved in some fishing.
(Overnight at Jasper)
Today you will travel to Banff via the Columbia Icefields and a stop at the Regions two best lakes, the Lake Louise and Lake Maurine. After some leisure time at the lakes you will continue to Banff.
The drive along the Icefields is one of the most beautiful drives in the world. We will take photo-stop at the must-see sights – Bow Summit and Bow Lakes, one of the largest glacier-fed lakes in Banff National Park against the backdrop of the Crowfoot Glacier. There are various hiking opportunities at Lake Louise.The Peyto Lake Trail offers an easy 15 minutes walk to spectacular vistas. Hiking, mountain biking and kayaking are popular summertime pursuits.
(Overnight at Banff)
Learn about culture, geology and wildlife while exploring the spectacular sights of the renowned mountain town of Banff. This sightseeing tour includes all the must-see spots and is highlighted with a trip up Sulphur Mountain on the Banff Gondola for a 360-degree view of six mountain ranges and the beautiful Banff town site. The tour cumulates at Lake Minnewanka, the largest lake in Banff National Park.
Banff National Park has all sorts of opportunities to get intimate with the Canadian wilderness. A hike up Tunnel Mountain provides a great viewpoint and is one of western Canada’s classic hikes. There is also the option to participate in an exciting outdoor activity such as horseback riding, or you can opt for a simple guided nature walk through the Park. Embark on a tour of Banff townsite including Bow Falls, HooDoos and Banff Hot Spring. Go for a dip in the natural hot springs or explore the HooDoos and falls of Bow River Valley by foot or take a cruise ride across the Bow River.
(Overnight at Banff)
After breakfast, you will check out of your hotel and leave for Calgary airport to board your flight back home. You will be transferred by road to Calgary and subject to your flight timings you will be offered a short tour of Calgary city giving you a glimpse of this amazing city, famous for its Calgary stampede – an annual event attracting many visitors from across Canada and the world. And lastly be sure to take in Calgary’s most interesting tourist attraction – a spectacular 360 degree view of the city from the top of the Calgary Tower.
(Inclusions – Breakfast)