4-Day Canadian Rocky Mountain Summer Tour from Vancouver. Visit Banff National Park, Lake Louise, Jasper National Park, Icefield, Glacier Skywalk.
- Lake Okanagan
- Salmon Arm
- Banff National Park
- Lake Louise
- Jasper National Park
- 3-Night Hotel Accommodations
- Professional Tour Guide
- Ground Transportation
- Bonus Exquisite travel gifts (per twin room; while supplies last)
- Vancouver Night Tour: Buy One Get One Free!
Day 1: Vancouver – Kelowna – L. Okanagan – Winery – Salmon Arm/Revelstoke
Start our ride through the Trans-Canada Highway and head east towards Kelowna, home to world-class wineries. Search for the lake monster “Ogopogo” from the history of the First Nations at Lake Okanagan. At the certified organic winery, enjoy wine tasting. At Salmon Arm or Revelstoke overnight.
Complimentary Vancouver night tour (Vancouver night tour will not be planned on Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3. You can join Night tour on Day 4 night or any day during 5/1-9/15/2019, kindly contact us to verify accessibility and which day you can join. Seats are restricted): book your adventure to top nightlife attractions such as Gastown, Olympic Village, Canada Place, etc.
Day 2: Salmon Arm/Revelstoke – Banff National Park – Gondola – Bow Falls – Town of Banff
Arrive through Rogers Pass and Yoho National Park at Canada’s oldest national park-Banff. During your Rocky Mountain Tour, an eye-opening Gondola Ride (adm) will captivate you with the magnificent views. Visit Bow Falls from Vermilion Lakes. Walk along Banff Avenue where galleries of art and boutique stores can be found.
Day 3: Lake Louise – Bow Lake – Jasper National Park – Icefield – Glacier Skywalk – Golden/Valemount
Explore Lake Louise with the mixture of unspoilt wilderness, lovely chateau, and snow-capped hills after crossing the Castle Mountain. Passing Bow Lake and Crowfoot Glacier, Ice Explorer (adm) and Skywalk (adm) are part of the glacier adventure to the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park. Golden or Valemount overnight.
Day 4: Golden/Valemount – Last Spike – Kamloops – Ginseng Factory – Fraser Valley – Vancouver
Go to Eagle Pass and visit the Canadian Pacific Railway’s Last Spike. Head west to Kamloops, a town with an annual sunshine of over 2000 hours. Visit the only Ginseng plant licensed by GMP. Return late in the afternoon to Vancouver.
If you would like to expand your hotel in Vancouver, please notice in the comments section when you book. We’ll get in touch with you as quickly as possible. We can transfer you to the hotel with no extra fees on the tour end date by ordering our contract hotel. Since the Vancouver hotel’s price is subject to change, the quote is valid only within 24 hours.
Note: If Barclay Hotel & Comfort Inn Vancouver Airport is booked as a hotel expansion owing to its place, there is no transfer. That means we can’t pick you up at Barclay Hotel & Comfort Inn Vancouver Airport to start your tour and after the tour is over we can’t drop you off at Barclay Hotel & Comfort Inn Vancouver Airport.
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