With our 6-Day Vancouver, Canadian Rockies Tour Package, enjoy visiting the most fascinating sights around Vancouver. If seeing the Canadian Rocky Mountains is on your bucket list, our 6-day Wapiti tour is for you! Starting in Banff, you’ll journey through Banff and Jasper National Parks on the world-famous Icefields Parkway, stopping at magnificent lakes and thundering waterfalls along the way while hiking, swimming, and observing animals.
Before arriving in Vancouver, you’ll tour the Okanagan arid region and travel through the Fraser Canyon, where you’ll learn about Nlaka’pamux Indigenous history and culture. Ride the Moose with us!
- Visit the stunning places of Vancouver.
- Drop by Bow Lake, Columbia Icefield, and Banff National Park.
- Enjoy strolling at Glacier National Park.
Day 1: Home town – Vancouver/Seattle
Guests arriving before noon at Vancouver / Seattle airport will enjoy a complimentary short town trip in Vancouver / Seattle before returning to Vancouver hotel.
Day 2: Vancouver – Merritt – Kelowna – Vernon – Revelstoke
Leaving Vancouver in the morning and traveling through the picturesque Fraser Valley, entering a semi-desert region and stopping at Merritt. We’re going to visit the “VQA” winery after dinner and taste the renowned Canadian Ice Wine. Then leave for Kelowna and go in search of the lake monster, Ogopogo, to the lovely Lake Okanagan.
Day 3: Glacier National Park (Rogers Pass) – Banff National Park
Travel through the Rogers Pass in the center of the National Park of the Glacier. We can see the Trans-Canada Highway’s final portion finished in 1962. A renowned Banff lake, Lake Louise, is Alberta’s hamlet. Taking the Lake Louise gondola, you’ll see a panoramic perspective of the natural beauty of the emerald-green lake and the Victoria glacier above it. Banff, renowned for its mountainous environment and hot springs, is a resort town and one of Canada’s most famous tourist spots.
Day 4: Icefields Parkway – Crowfoot Glacier – Bow Lake – Jasper National Park – Columbia Icefield
Icefields Parkway is a picturesque highway that travels to Jasper National Park through Banff National Park. The Crowfoot Glacier on the Crowfoot Mountain, visible from the parkway, has disappeared and has now lost a whole lobe. Consequently, it no longer resembles the glacier named by early explorers.
There is Bow Lake, a glacial lake with roots in a frozen glacier, along with the Icefields Parkway. Jasper National Park’s Columbia Icefield has an iced region of 325 sq. Km and depth up to 365 m.
Athabasca Glacier is one of the glaciers fed by the Icefield. We can step on this glacier after a ride on the giant snow coach over the steep grades up the glacier. Another exciting experience of the glacier is to walk on a glass-floored walkway of 280 m that extends over the Sunwapta Valley. A bird’s eye view provides the most unique perspective of nature at its finest.
Day 5: The Last Spike of CPR – Ginseng City Kamloops – Vancouver
The Canadian Pacific Railway’s Last Spike was pushed in 1885 and marked the CPR’s completion. The job was performed primarily by Chinese underpaid employees. The site is denoted by a historic obelisk with the railway’s building names and information. Visits to the renowned ginseng farm and manufacturing plant are arranged in Kamloops. For multiple ginseng products, you can taste ginseng tea and shop. The Rocky trip will end in the evening in Vancouver.
Day 6: Vancouver – Hometown
The tour of 6 days is finished. A free hotel shuttle will transfer customers to Vancouver Airport. A prearranged coach will transfer customers to Seattle Sea-Tac Airport.
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