Enjoy our 9-Day Canadian Rockies, Vancouver, and Victoria Package Tour, exploring Vancouver, the Canadian Rockies, and other parts of western Canada.
• Visit the mountains and glaciers that define Canada
• Get to know the culture of the great cities that make up Western Canada
• Enjoy a memorable luncheon by beautiful Lake Louise
• Exclusive! Bonus one complimentary breakfast
• New addition: Johnston Canyon, Lake Minnewanka, Kalamalka Lake
• Complimentary Vancouver Designer Outlet Shopping
Attractions included in this trip:
Day 1: Hometown – Seattle/Vancouver
Bienvenue à Vancouver! Let us greet you after luggage pick-up at Claim Belt # 3 (Domestic Arrivals) or after luggage pick-up at the Pan Pacific Hotel Entrance (Cruise Terminal Arrivals) after luggage pick-up at the Arrival Hall (International Arrivals).
Bonus Gratuitous Area Tour! (Time: approx.3.5 hrs; meet our tour guide before 1:30 pm): Downtown, Stanley Park, Canada Place, Vancouver Convention Center and Olympic Cauldron, etc. Mini Ferry Cruise Reward against Granville Island. (Please note that the half-day Vancouver City Tour includes a mini-ferry ride and may be closed on 12/25, 12/26 or any other special case.)
Please notice that the free half-day city tour is only available before 1:30pm for customers who follow the tour guide.
Arrivals at Sea-Tac Airport: No town tour in Vancouver. Meet at approx. on claim belt # 14. 12 Pm. (For passengers who consult our tour guide before 12:00 pm only, the meeting time for Saturday departures is 12:30 pm).
Cruise Terminal Arrivals: Meet at approx. Pier 66 or 91. 1:15 Uhr
Arrivals in the city centre: meet at approx. Pier 55 STARBUCKS Main Entrance. 1:45. After a short stop at Space Needle move to Vancouver Hotel.
* Complimentary night tour in Vancouver: (Only for passengers arriving at the hotel lobby before 7:15 pm. Special deal “Buy One Get One Free” for Tour Package guests Value $36.00 per guest; duration: approx. 2 hours; departures from 5/1/2020-9/13/2020. Limited seats.): book your trip to the top nightlife attractions such as Gastown, Olympic Village, Canada Place, etc.
Day 2: Vancouver – BC Ferries – Victoria – Butchart Gardens – Inner Harbour – Vancouver
Departure for BC Ferry to Vancouver Island (adm). Capture the scenery in the Straits of Georgia. Pass through Chinatown and visit Victoria ‘s inner harbour (optional carriage tour available). Visit the Empress chateau-style hotel and visit the Legislative Buildings.
After passing Beacon Hill Park, tour the incredible Mile “0” Relax and soak up the unforgettable scenery in (adm) Butchart Gardens.
Return by ferry, or by seaplane to Vancouver (surcharge applies).
Day 3: Vancouver – Hope – Merritt – Ginseng Factory – Valemount
Launch our tour through the Trans-Canada Highway. Passing through Hope and Merrit, visit Kamloops’ only GMP-certified Ginseng factory and discover the amazing strength of ginseng. Start the journey via Clearwater before taking up residence in Valemount.
Day 4: Valemount – Jasper – Patricia Lake – Pyramid Lake – Icefields Parkway – Athabasca Falls – Icefield – Glacier Skywalk – The Crossing
Brief photo stop at Mt. Robson, a promenade in the quiet city of Jasper and Lake Pyramid, just next to Lake Patricia in Jasper National Park. Ride a specially designed vehicle-Ice Explorer (adm) abroad, after visiting Athabasca Falls, and feel the Athabasca Glacier. Step onto Glacier Skywalk (adm), where there is all the glass that separates you from the birds that soar down below. Spend the night at Icefields Parkway, in a special wooden home.
Day 5: The Crossing – Heli. Tour (opt.) – Bow Lake – Moraine Lake – Lake Louise – Gondola – Banff
Take an optional Morning Helicopter Ride. After passing Bow Lake, proceed with the breathtaking views at Moraine Lake (subject to road conditions). Walk along Lake Louise, framed by a jaw-dropping view of Mount Victoria contrasting the lush, emerald waters. Enjoy a lunch at the Lake Louise Chateau (meal plan). Ride the gondola (adm) to catch a stunning view of the Rockies. Head to Banff City, and explore at your own pace.
Day 6: Banff – Bow Falls – Surprise Corner – Lake Minnewanka – Two Jack Lake – Drumheller – Royal Tyrrell Museum – Hoodoos – Calgary
Capture moments of photography at drop in Bow and Surprise Corner. Start your trip around Banff National Park- Lake Minnewanka and Two Jack Lake at the largest and deepest pool. Measure the scenery like The Three Sisters and Bow River during your path to the Dinosaur Valley-Drumheller where the Largest Dinosaur of the World lies. Join the Museum of Royal Tyrrell and the Hoodoos. At Calgary overnight.
Day 7: Calgary City Tour – Bow Valley Parkway – Johnston Canyon – Natural Bridge – Emerald Lake – Last Spike – Revelstoke
Enjoy a city tour around Canada 4th largest city. Visit Chinatown, the Island of Prince and the Bridge of Love. Take photos of iconic architectures including Calgary Tower, Studio Bell, City Hall and Central Library. In Johnston Canyon, discover roaring water, stunning cliffs, and crashing waterfalls following Bow Valley Parkway. Enter Yoho National Park and visit Natural Bridge and Emerald Lake. Night out in Revelstoke.
Day 8: Revelstoke – Last Spike – Kelowna – Winery – L. Okanagan – Vancouver
Visit the Canadian Pacific Railway’s Last Spike, before heading to Kelowna. Check for “Ogopogo” monster from the history of the Lake Okanagan First Nations. A taste of certified organic wine at the winery most visited. Back to Vancouver by dusk via Fraser Valley.
Day 9: Vancouver – Hometown OR Vancouver – Seattle – Hometown
Departures for Vancouver: Shopping, visiting friends and family, or eating at local restaurants would be a free day for you. Afterwards we will transport you to Vancouver International Airport.
Bonus: Vancouver Designer Outlet Shopping Complimentary (guests have half day free departure flight in Vancouver and Vancouver after 3:00pm)
Departures in Seattle (extra charge applied): departure in the morning and arrival at Seattle Pier 55 (Downtown), Cruise Pier 66 or 91, or Sea-Tac Airport at about noon. Departure time suggested after 3:00pm
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