Caribou Travel Pass, 8 Days

Canada

HIGHLIGHTS: Whistler - Kelowna - Banff - Lake Louise - Jasper - Vancouver Day 1 VANCOUVER TO KELOWNA. Leaving the city behind, we travel east through the Fraser Valley, stopping for a short walk in a west coast rainforest to check out Bridal Veil Falls, and for lunch at an idyllic lake. We'll then pass through the Coastal Mountains and into the much drier interior of British Columbia. The night is spent in the Kelowna, where we will go on a houseboat/jetboat tour of Okanagan Lake and have a barbeque at the hostel. (Dinner, houseboat, jet boat and tour included) Day 2 KELOWNA TO BANFF. We cross into the province of Alberta and will be in four National Parks today, including Canada's oldest and most famous - Banff We make a stop in Revelstoke to enjoy the lake and maybe take a kayaking lesson/tour. The Rocky Mountains await us, as does Emerald Lake, the first of many aqua blue glacier lakes we'll see. We'll settle for the night in the historic town of Banff, in the heart of the Rockies. (Dinner included) Day 3 BANFF TO LAKE LOUISE. Today we'll soak up the awe inspiring in the Banff National Park Area- Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, jagged mountain peaks, raging rivers, Johnston Canyon, wildlife, the massive Takkakaw Falls (seasonal, but 2nd highest in Canada) and more. Enjoy a campfire and look for the Milky Way Day 4 LAKE LOUISE TO JASPER. Explore the Icefields Parkway, including Columbia Icefields, Maligne Canyon and Maligne Lake. Look for wildlife as we explore the backroads around Jasper. Day 5 JASPER TO BANFF. It's another day of jaw dropping vistas, and scenic hikes as we make our way along the Icefields Park Way Highlights include Parker Ridge (seasonal), and Peyto Lake. Tonight we explore the great nightlife in the pubs, bar and clubs of Banff (Dinner included) Day 6 FREE DAY IN BANFF. Enjoy the sites in the Banff area, hike a local mountain, or for an optional extra cost, go whitewater rafting, horse riding or mountain biking. Day 7 BANFF TO KELOWNA. We leave the Rockies today, but not without first stopping to visit Takakkaw Falls, one of the highest waterfalls in Canada (seasonal). Then it's on to the Okanagan, a Summer recreational area. Day 8 KELOWNA TO VANCOUVER. Today we cruise past beautiful lakes, climb over high mountain passes and through the beautiful Manning Park before returning to the coast. It's then back to Vancouver and time to say goodbye to your new friends.. View our great airfares, travel insurance, hotels and car hire.+

Travel Dates: 23 April - 15 October 2015

8 days
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Big West, 10 Days

Canada

HIGHLIGHTS: Whistler - Kelowna - Banff - Lake Louise - Jasper - Vancouver Day 1 VANCOUVER TO WHISTLER. Leaving Vancouver, we head north along the Sea to Sky highway, stopping to check out an impressive waterfall, jagged mountain peaks, sparkling glaciers, and for lunch at a peaceful lake. We'll arrive in Whistler in the afternoon with time for relaxing, swimming in the nearby lake, or exploring the village. Enjoy an included dinner and then rip it up in the bars and nightclubs (Dinner included) Day 2 WHISTLER TO VANCOUVER. We don't leave until the afternoon today, so get your thrill on by zip lining, bungee jumping or downhill mountain biking, go for a hike up Whistler Mountain, or relax in one of the beautiful parks. The day is yours to enjoy as you please When we do leave, we'll stop to check out another picturesque waterfall and the old mining centre at Britannia Beach before returning to Vancouver in the evening. Day 3 VANCOUVER TO KELOWNA. Leaving the city behind, we travel east through the Fraser Valley, stopping for a short walk in a west coast rainforest to check out Bridal Veil Falls, and for lunch at an idyllic lake. We'll then pass through the Coastal Mountains and into the much drier interior of British Columbia. The night is spent in the Kelowna, where we will go on a houseboat and jet boat tour of Okanagan Lake and have a barbeque at the hostel. (Dinner, jet boat, and houseboat tour included) Day 4 KELOWNA TO BANFF. We cross into the province of Alberta and will be in four National Parks today, including Canada's oldest and most famous - Banff We make a stop in Revelstoke to enjoy the lake and maybe take a kayaking lesson/tour. The Rocky Mountains await us, as does Emerald Lake, the first of many aqua blue glacier lakes we'll see. We'll settle for the night in the historic town of Banff, in the heart of the Rockies. (Dinner included) Day 5 BANFF TO LAKE LOUISE. Today, we'll soak up the awe inspiring in the Banff National Park Area- Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, jagged mountain peaks, raging rivers, Johnston Canyon, wildlife, the massive Takkakaw Falls ( seasonal, but 2nd highest in Canada) and more. Enjoy a campfire and look for the Milky Way Day 6 LAKE LOUISE TO JASPER. Explore the Icefields Parkway, including Columbia Icefields, Maligne Canyon, and Maligne Lake. Look for wildlife as we explore the backroads around Jasper. Day 7 JASPER TO BANFF. It's another day of jaw dropping vistas, and scenic hikes as we make our way along the Icefields Park Way Highlights include Parker Ridge (seasonal), and Peyto Lake. Tonight we explore the great nightlife in the pubs, bar and clubs of Banff (Dinner included) Day 8 FREE DAY IN BANFF. Take an included tour of the sites in the Banff area, hike a local mountain, or for an optional extra cost, go whitewater rafting, horse riding or mountain biking. Day 9 BANFF TO KELOWNA. We leave the Rockies today, but not without first stopping to visit Takakkaw Falls, one of the highest waterfalls in Canada (seasonal). Then it's on to the Okanagan, a Summer recreational area. Day 10 KELOWNA TO VANCOUVER. Today we cruise past lakes, climb over high mountain passes and through the beautiful Manning Park before returning to the coast. Then it's back to Vancouver and time to say goodbye to your new friends.. View our great airfares, travel insurance, hotels and car hire.+

Travel Dates: 9 May - 26 September 2015

10 days
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Pacific Travel Pass, 14 Days

Canada

HIGHLIGHTS: Tofino - Victoria - Whistler - Vancouver - Banff - Jasper - Lake Louise Day 1 VANCOUVER TO TOFINO. Our journey begins with a scenic ferry ride to Vancouver Island. We'll then head across the island to Pacific Rim National Park on the west coast, for our first glimpse of the beaches, battered coastline, and hundreds of islands. Tonight is the first of two in Tofino, a quaint little fishing village.(Dinner included) Day 2 FREE DAY IN TOFINO. Today is your chance to enjoy all the activities that Tofino have to offer, like the full day whale watching/hot springs combination trip, sea kayaking, or surfing (optional extra cost). Alternatively, you can just chill on one of the many beaches, relax at the guesthouse, or check out the shops in the village. Day 3 TOFINO TO VICTORIA. We'll head back across the island today, and then down the east coast, passing through Ladysmith, birthplace of "Pammie" Anderson, and Chemainus with its giant murals. We'll spend the night in the lovely provincial capital of Victoria. Enjoy a night out on the town Day 4 VICTORIA TO VANCOUVER. Spend the day checking out the inner harbour and city sights, including the Empress Hotel, Parliament Buildings, Royal BC Museum, and the waterfront before cruising back to Vancouver and the mainland on another scenic ferry ride in the evening. Day 5 VANCOUVER TO WHISTLER. Today we head north along the Sea to Sky highway, stopping to check out an impressive waterfall, jagged mountain peaks, sparkling glaciers, and for lunch at a peaceful lake. We'll arrive in Whistler in the afternoon with time for relaxing, swimming in the nearby lake, or exploring the village. Enjoy an included dinner and then rip it up in the bars and nightclubs (Dinner included) Day 6 WHISTLER TO VANCOUVER. We don't leave until the afternoon today, so get your thrill on by zip lining, bungee jumping or downhill mountain biking, go for a hike up Whistler Mountain, or relax in one of the beautiful parks. The day is yours to enjoy as you please When we do leave, we'll stop to check out another picturesque waterfall before returning to Vancouver in the evening. Day 7 VANCOUVER TO KELOWNA. Leaving the city behind, we travel east through the Fraser Valley, stopping for a short walk in a west coast rainforest to check out Bridal Veil Falls, and for lunch at an idyllic lake. We'll then pass through the Coastal Mountains and into the much drier interior of British Columbia. The night is spent in the Kelowna, where we will go on a houseboat/jet boat tour of Okanagan Lake and have a barbeque at the hostel. (Dinner and houseboat tour included) Day 8 KELOWNA TO BANFF. We cross into the province of Alberta and will be in four National Parks today, including Canada's oldest and most famous - Banff We make a stop in Revelstoke to enjoy the lake and maybe take a kayaking lesson/tour. The Rocky Mountains await us, as does Emerald Lake, the first of many aqua blue glacier lakes we'll see. We'll settle for the night in the historic town of Banff, in the heart of the Rockies. (Dinner included) Day 9 BANFF TO LAKE LOUISE. Today we'll soak up the awe inspiring in the Banff National Park Area- Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, jagged mountain peaks, raging rivers, Johnston Canyon, wildlife, the massive Takkakaw Falls (seasonal, but 2nd highest in Canada) and more. Enjoy a campfire and look for the Milky Way Day 10 LAKE LOUISE TO JASPER. Explore the Icefields Parkway, including Columbia Icefields, Maligne Canyon, and Maligne Lake. Look for wildlife as we explore the back roads around Jasper. Day 11 JASPER TO BANFF. It's another day of jaw dropping vistas, and scenic hikes as we make our way along the Icefields Park Way Highlights include Parker Ridge (seasonal), and Peyto Lake. Tonight we explore the great nightlife in the pubs, bar and clubs of Banff (Dinner included) Day 12 FREE DAY IN BANFF. Enjoy the sites in the Banff area, hike a local mountain, or for an optional extra cost, go whitewater rafting, horse riding, or mountain biking. Day 13 BANFF TO KELOWNA. We leave the Rockies today, but not without first stopping to visit Takakkaw Falls, one of the highest waterfalls in Canada (seasonal). Then it's on to the Okanagan, a Summer recreational area. Day 14 KELOWNA TO VANCOUVER. Today we cruise past beautiful lakes, climb over high mountain passes and through the beautiful Manning Park before returning to the coast. Then it's back to Vancouver and time to say goodbye to your new friends. View our great airfares, travel insurance, hotels and car hire.

Travel Dates: 8 May - 22 September 2015

14 days
FROM $1,385*
14 days FROM $1,385*

Mohawk Basic, 12 Days

Canada

HIGHLIGHTS: Montreal - Quebec City - Ottawa - Toronto - Algonquin Day 1 Toronto-Montreal. Our adventure begins early with a pick-up at your hostel and after a friendly welcome from your Moose driver, we head down the Trans-Canada Highway toward Montreal. Our first stop is at the Big Apple (where they have made over 3 million apples pies). Next is a lunch stop and a cruise through the 1000's Islands located in the St Lawrenece river between Canada and the USA. Arriving in Montreal early evening, join your guide for a night out on the town Day 2 Montreal. This morning we explore Montreal the city of festivals. Join the Moose guide and see the cafes, bars and restaurants in the largest french speaking city outside of Europe. Or if you prefer, travel on your own through this amazing city. Day 3 Montreal-Quebec City. Today we travel to Quebec City--the only walled city in all of North America. Along the route we visit Maurice Park and Montmorency Falls-a spectacular waterfall that is actually higher than Niagara Falls Once in Quebec City you will have free time to stroll along the cobblestone streets and enjoy outdoor cafes, street musicians, local art and best of all-the fine food Group dinner(included) tonight at the Hostel. Day 4 Quebec City. Today is a free day in Quebec City Before you head out, enjoy an included breakfast at the hostel. We suggest you explore the old city on foot--don't forget your camera Optional excursion to Tadoussac to Whale Watch Ask staff for details to book this excursion. Day 5 Quebec City-Mont Tremblant. This morning we start with a hearty breakfast (included) and drive to Mont Tremblant a beautiful ski village located in the Laurentian Mountains. We will stop at the National Park for lunch and a hike. Arrive at the hostel, swim or canoe before dinner (included) and an outdoor campfire by the lake in the evening Day 6 Mont Tremblant-Ottawa. This morning we hit the road through spectacular Laurentian hills towards Ottawa-the capital of Canada. First we stop at Omega Park for a close up look at wildlife including deer, bear, moose and more. You will love feeding the animals We arrive in Ottawa around 3:00 pm and after check-in at the local hostel (a former jail), we take a walking tour of the city and historic Parliment Hill. Afterward we head out for a few drinks and dinner in the Byward Market Day 7 Ottawa-Fort Coulonge. The bus leaves Ottawa in the afternoon so you have time to explore the city on your own. Our route to Fort Coulonge is a beautiful drive along the river and we arrive at Esprit lodge in the early evening. Dinner tonight is a barbeque feast of salmon and/or steak (included) and a vegetarian option is also available. If you choose to raft the next day--and we recommend it--you are in good hands- since the Esprit team was voted one of top rafting companies in the world by National Geographic Day 8 Fort Coulonge. If you are rafting, today is an early start at 7:30 am. We take a short ride to the departure point and spend the day on the river-rafting or river-boarding. If you decide to stay at the lodge you can swim, canoe, hike or go mountain bike riding. At the end of the day, we come back to the lodge and settle down to another great meal and relax on the patio with a cold beverage. Day 9 Fort Coulonge-Toronto. Today our journey takes us from Ottawa through the spectacular cottage country areas to Toronto. We arrive around 6:00 pm and drop you off at your accommodation. Tonight join the group on the patio of Global Village Backpackers right after we return for drinks. Day 10 Toronto-Algonquin Park. Today we're heading north along Hwy 400 towards cottage country. We depart Toronto at 8:30a.m., and make an obligatory stop at Tim Horton's for coffee and donuts shortly thereafter We'll arrive in Huntsville around lunchtime to eat and load up on supplies for the weekend. This afternoon after check-in at the Wolf Den Hostel and Nature Retreat, we'll head into beautiful Algonquin Park. Here we'll stop by the visitors centre and take an afternoon hike. This evening we'll have a group dinner (included) and relax by the campfire. Day 11 Algonquin. This morning we'll canoe part of the Oxtongue River toward beautiful Ragged Falls. Make sure to bring your bathing suits as there will be plenty of opportunity to take a dip. After lunch at the Den, we'll head back into Algonquin Park for an evening hike. This will be our best opportunity to spot a Moose Tonight, we'll enjoy a BBQ dinner (included). Day 12 Algonquin Park-Toronto. Today, we'll enjoy more of the park and its natural wonders before making our way back to Toronto. We stop for a picnic lunch along the way, and climb the Dorset Scenic Fire Tower for some breath-taking views. We'll arrive back in Toronto around 6:00 pm. View our great airfares, travel insurance, hotels and car hire.+

Travel Dates: 17 June - 30 September 2015

12 days
FROM $1,489*
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Churchill Polar Bears

Winnipeg

Day 1 Winnipeg/ChurchillChurchill is a small, northern community with a lot of character; big-chain hotels or gourmet restaurants won’t be found here. Visitors will, however, find warm down-home hospitality and clean, comfortable hotels with all the amenities. Staying in town allows you to walk to and from different venues, spend some time on your own, and, perhaps, meet some of the locals. Churchill is located along the treeline of the northern edge of the boreal forest, and attracts arctic and boreal species of wildlife, birds, and plants. Commonly seen species include arctic and red foxes, arctic hare, caribou, gyrfalcons, snowy owls, ptarmigan, and, in the summer (June-Aug), beluga whales. Additional Notes: Meet at a private hanger in Winnipeg (located at 30 Hangar Line Road) by no later than 6:45am for the early morning flight. A cold boxed breakfast will be served in-flight. Transport: Plane (2.00 hour(s))Day 2 Churchill/Winnipeg (1L)It will be an early start, but worth it. Get picked up at the hotel and be transferred to the Tundra Buggy launch at around 7:30am. Polar bears begin to swim ashore in mid-July. In October they begin to gather in numbers along the coast, waiting for pack ice to form over the Hudson Bay, at which point the bears disappear in search of seals. Churchill’s ‘bear season’ begins in early October and lasts until early November. Known as the “Lords of the Arctic,” these spectacular animals are massive with the average male polar bear growing to more than 600kg (1,320 lbs) and standing 3.05m (10 ft). While large, they are surprisingly quick and have great agility. The bears have a highly acute sense of smell and are skilled hunters - able to pick up a scent from more than 30km (19 mi) away. They can even detect the presence of seals under 3 ft (.9m) of snow and ice. Polar bears have no natural enemies and no fear of other animals (including humans). In the evening, transfer back to the airport for an evening flight back to Winnipeg. The group will then be transferred back to the Four Points by Sheraton (overnight not included) where the tour ends. Additional Notes: Hotel night in Winnipeg is not included. If you would like the night booked for you, please speak to your agent. Included Activities: Polar Bear Excursion Transport: Tundra Buggy Plane (2.00 hour(s))

Travel Dates: From 01/01/2015 to 31/12/2016

2 days
FROM $1,949*
2 days FROM $1,949*

Western Canada Amazing Alberta

Canada

Day 1 CalgaryThis city with a country heart is a good place to begin this adventure into Canada’s magnificent Alberta region. Meet your group this evening at a welcome meeting, then perhaps head out together to enjoy the burgeoning local food scene.Day 2 Dinosaur Provincial ParkFollow the Trans-Canada Highway to Dinosaur Provincial Park, a World Heritage site famed for its dinosaur fossils that date back up to 75 million years. Join a palaeontologist to learn the history behind them and go on a hike to appreciate the park’s hoodoos and badlands topography. Tonight we camp among the rock formations under endless stars.Days 3-4 Waterton Lakes National ParkStop by the inelegantly but aptly named Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump and learn about the area from a native guide. Then it’s on to beautiful Waterton Lakes to enjoy time animal spotting, hiking, canoeing, cruising on the lake or swimming in the cold waters.Days 5-7 Banff National ParkThe long drive to Banff National Park is well worth it. There’s loads of free time here to soak up the beauty of this world-renowned national park. Glaciers, icefields, forests and alpine meadows contain a wealth of hiking, water-based activities and relaxing in nature, and Lake Louise is every photographer and nature-lover’s dream.Day 8 Columbia IcefieldGet ready for one of the world’s most striking road journeys: the Icefields Parkway through the heart of the Rockies. With pristine mountain lakes to the left of you and sweeping valleys to the right, you won’t mind being stuck in the middle of this unparalleled arena of nature. Explore the spectacle that is the Athabasca Glacier and soak up this delightful area before setting up camp this evening.Days 9-10 Jasper National ParkContinue along the Icefields Parkway to Jasper, which is famous for its wildlife. Go hard or take it as easy as you like with options like hiking up Whistler’s Mountain, mountain biking in the Valley of Five Lakes, cruising on Maligne Lake or relaxing in the Miette Hot Springs. Make sure you keep an eye out for elk, coyotes and grizzlies!Day 11 Elk IslandMake tracks to Elk Island, where wild bison, moose and elk all roam. Explore parts of the island, keeping careful watch for animals and soaking up the untamed natural scenery.Days 12-13 EdmontonHead to Edmonton, where there’s time to explore the city this afternoon and evening. Perhaps head to the Arts District, explore the boutiques and cafes of 4th Street Promenade or enjoy the architecture and galleries of 125 Street. Like all good things, this untamed adventure into Alberta’s wilderness comes to end after breakfast on Day 13.

Travel Dates: From 27-Jun-2015 to 03-Sep-2015

13 days
FROM $2,065*
13 days FROM $2,065*

Canadas Rockies 2015

Canada

Day 1ARRIVE CALGARYWelcome to beautiful Canada! Get settled in at your hotel, located in the heart of downtown Calgary, and spend the afternoon relaxing or exploring. Visit the arts district or make use of easy access to public transportation to see all that Calgary has to offer. At 6 p.m., gather at the hotel with your Travel Director and fellow travellers for a Welcome Reception.Welcome ReceptionDay 2CALGARY – ICEFIELDS PARKWAY – COLUMBIA ICEFIELD – JASPER (2 NIGHTS)Head north along the stunning Icefields Parkway driving alongside snow-capped peaks, thundering waterfalls and glistening glaciers. Keep an eye out for wildlife including grizzly and black bears, moose, elk and mountain goats. Upon arrival at the Columbia Icefield, board an Ice Explorer for a unique journey onto the massive Athabasca Glacier. Stay tonight in the heart of Jasper National Park.Full BreakfastDay 3JASPER NATIONAL PARK FREE TIME & SIGHTSEEINGStart the day with a morning at leisure, enjoying the superb vistas, strolling Jasper's quaint streets, or, if you like, take an optional float trip down the Athabasca River before an interpretive walk at Maligne Canyon, one of the most beautiful gorges in the Rockies. Learn about the underground river system while following the canyon's trail past waterfalls and jagged rock formations. Later this afternoon, cruise Maligne Lake, followed by a rustic dinner along the lake. Learn about Rocky Mountain wildlife at an interactive, after-dinner presentation by a Local Expert.Full Breakfast,DinnerDay 4JASPER – YOHO – EMERALD LAKE – BANFF (3 NIGHTS)Head south and cross the Continental Divide as you set out for Yoho National Park with its towering waterfalls, spectacular scenery and natural bridge that spans the Kicking Horse River. See Emerald Lake, sparkling with the blue-green hue of a precious jewel. Ice-blue glaciers, pounding waterfalls and surging rivers abound on the way to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Banff National Park. Your day ends with a Highlight Dinner in the quintessential alpine village of Banff.Full Breakfast,Regional MealDay 5LAKE LOUISE – MORAINE LAKE – BANFF FREE TIMEVisit postcard-perfect Lake Louise and take a narrated stroll along the lakeshore to learn about the geology and history of the area. Continue on to stunning Moraine Lake, nestled in the dramatic Valley of the Ten Peaks. Spend the rest of the day as you like—perhaps ride on the Banff Gondola to the top of Sulphur Mountain to experience a bird’s-eye view of six mountain ranges or a river float trip down the Bow River. The evening is yours to enjoy.Full BreakfastDay 6BANFF FREE TIMEToday is yours to explore as you please. Browse the shops along Banff Avenue, take a hike and enjoy your spectacular setting or be wowed by aerial views of the Rockies with an optional scenic helicopter flight over Mount Assiniboine. Your Travel Director will be happy to assist you in planning your day. This evening, join your newfound friends at a festive Farewell Dinner and learn about the history of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police during a "Meet a Mountie" Local Expert presentation.Full Breakfast,Farewell DinnerDay 7BANFF – DEPART CALGARYThis morning, descend from the Canadian Rockies. Upon arrival in Calgary, a complimentary transfer is provided to Calgary International Airport or the Delta Bow Valley hotel in Calgary for guests extending their stay. Please do not schedule any flights before 2 p.m.Full BreakfastSightseeing Highlights Banff Spend a relaxing three nights in this famed alpine resort town. Banff National Park Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Columbia Icefield Ride an Ice Explorer on Athabasca Glacier. Icefields Parkway Motor along this stunning highway. Jasper National Park Join a narrated walk along Maligne Canyon; spend two nights inside the National Park. Lake Louise Enjoy a guided walk along the lake. Maligne Lake Cruise See the place famed for the colour of its water, the surrounding peaks and the nearby glacier view. Moraine Lake View this stunning lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks. Yoho National Park View the Natural Bridge, Spiral Tunnels and Emerald Lake.

Travel Dates: From 25/05/2015 to 27/09/2015

7 days
FROM $2,175*
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National Parks of the Canadian Rockies Westbound

Calgary

Day 1 Calgary Included Activities: Arrival Day and Welcome MeetingDay 2 Calgary/Banff (1L) Included Activities: Banff Gondola Ride to Sulphur Mountain Transport: Private Vehicle (6.00-8.00 hours)Day 3 Banff/Lake Louise (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Lake Agnes Tea House Hike Transport: Private Vehicle (1.50 hour(s), 90km)Day 4 Lake Louise (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Takkakaw Falls Visit Emerald Lake Hike Transport: Private Vehicle (1.00 hour(s)) Private Vehicle (1.00 hour(s))Day 5 Lake Louise/Jasper (1B, 1L, 1D)To travel the icefield parkway is to experience one of Canada's national treasures and most rewarding destinations. Stretching 230km (155 mi) between Lake Louise and the town of Jasper, the parkway offers easy access to one of the most spectacular mountain landscapes on Earth. This is a wonderful journey through the heart of the Canadian Rockies, a vast wilderness of magnificent peaks, pristine mountain lakes, and broad sweeping valleys. Stop at Columbia Icefield for an unforgettable experience. Continue on to Jasper. In the evening, set up your camp and enjoy a nice warm campfire. Included Activities: Peyto Lake Visit Columbia Icefields Center Visit Transport: Private Vehicle (9.00-10.00 hours)Day 6 Jasper (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Maligne Canyon HikeDay 7 Jasper/Wells Gray Park (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Mount Robson Visit Transport: Private Vehicle (10.00 hour(s), 380km)Day 8 Wells Gray Park (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Canoeing in Wells Gray PP Dawson Falls Visit Helmcken Falls VisitDay 9 Wells Gray Park/Whistler (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Marble Canyon Visit Transport: Estimated Travel Time to Whistler: 10 hrs (including lunch stop in Marble Canyon Provincial Park) Private VehicleDay 10 Whistler (1B, 1L) Additional Notes: You can opt out of today's hike if you'd prefer to spend the whole day exploring other parts of Whistler. Included Activities: HikingDay 11 Whistler/Tofino (1B, 1D)In the morning, drive a short distance to Vancouver. Taking a ferry to Nanaimo on Vancouver Island is an exciting part of the adventure of getting here. BC Ferries offers an outstanding service that travels through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. In the afternoon, continue to drive to Tofino, just in time for sunset. Included Activities: The Old Country Market MacMillan Provincial Park Visit Transport: Private Vehicle Ferry (1.50-2.50 hours) Private VehicleDay 12 Tofino (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Whale Watching Zodiac TourDay 13 Tofino/Victoria (1B, 1L) Transport: Private Vehicle (10.00 hour(s), 325km)Day 14 Victoria/Vancouver (1B) Transport: Private Vehicle (1.00 hour(s)) Ferry (2.00 hour(s)) Private Vehicle (1.00 hour(s))Day 15 Vancouver Included Activities: Departure Day

Travel Dates: From 01/01/2015 to 10/09/2017

15 days
FROM $2,199*
15 days FROM $2,199*

National Parks of the Canadian Rockies Eastbound

Vancouver

Day 1 Vancouver Included Activities: Arrival Day and Welcome MeetingDay 2 Vancouver/Victoria (1L) Included Activities: Orientation Drive Transport: Private Vehicle (1.00-2.00 hours) Ferry (2.00-2.50 hours) Private Vehicle (1.00 hour(s))Day 3 Victoria/Tofino (1B, 1D) Included Activities: The Old Country Market Transport: Travel time includes stops and lunch at Old Country Market in Coombs Private Vehicle (325km)Day 4 Tofino (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Whale Watching Zodiac TourDay 5 Tofino/Whistler (1B, 1D) Included Activities: MacMillan Provincial Park Visit Transport: Private Vehicle (2.50-3.50 hours) Ferry (2.00-2.50 hours) Private VehicleDay 6 Whistler (1B, 1L) Additional Notes: Today's hike can be opted out of if you'd prefer to spend the whole day exploring other parts of Whistler. Included Activities: HikingDay 7 Whistler/Wells Gray Park (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Marble Canyon Visit Transport: Private Vehicle (8.00-10.00 hours)Day 8 Wells Gray Park (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Canoeing in Wells Gray PP Dawson Falls Visit Helmcken Falls VisitDay 9 Wells Gray Park/Jasper (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Mount Robson Visit Transport: Private Vehicle (10.00 hour(s), 380km)Day 10 Jasper (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Maligne Canyon HikeDay 11 Jasper/Lake Louise (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Columbia Icefields Center Visit Peyto Lake Visit Transport: Private Vehicle (8.00-10.00 hours)Day 12 Lake Louise (1B, 1L, 1D) Included Activities: Emerald Lake Hike Takkakaw Falls Visit Transport: Private Vehicle (1.00-2.00 hours) Private Vehicle (1.00-2.00 hours)Day 13 Lake Louise/Banff (1B, 1L) Included Activities: Lake Agnes Tea House Hike Transport: Private Vehicle (1.00-1.50 hours)Day 14 Banff/Calgary (1B, 1L) Included Activities: Banff Gondola Ride to Sulphur Mountain Transport: Private Vehicle (2.00-3.00 hours, 130km)Day 15 Calgary Included Activities: Departure Day

Travel Dates: From 01/01/2015 to 20/08/2017

15 days
FROM $2,199*
15 days FROM $2,199*

Canada boasts pristine wilderness and vibrant cities

Covering such a vast region, a Canadian holiday is certainly not limited for scope. Whether it's to see a black bear in its habitat, watch the Calgary Stampede, snowboard at ski resorts, take in an ice hockey game or visit the home of Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island, Canada's unique attributes are showcased against a breathtaking natural backdrop.

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While Canada's stunning landscape is well known, the cities also know how to put on a fabulous show. Montreal is where you can indulge your Francophile tendencies with poutine and maple syrup amongst other cultural pursuits. Toronto, Canada's largest city, is home to the longest street in the world (Yonge Street) and famous landmarks, sporting venues and artistic endeavours. On the west coast, Vancouver is a modern city framed by snow-capped peaks and where you can famously go skiing and sit on a beach on the same day. Canada, eh?

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