Grand Canadian (From May 2022)(Twin Share Room,Start Toronto, End Vancouver)
From 30/04/2023 to 04/10/2023
Stroll the streets on a walking tourDinner at PoutinevilleExplore the only walled city in North AmericaSee Old Montreal, the Old Port of Montreal and Mount Royal, Montreal’s largest parkFeel the spray as you cruise to the base of the incredible Niagara FallsSee Whistler and Blackcomb MountainsScenic drive through the Lillooet Mountain RangeSee Seton Lake reservoir & picturesque Lillooet, Duffey & Kamloops LakesVisit Maligne Canyon, the deepest & longest limestone canyon in the RockiesVisit Maligne Lake, the largest in the Canadian Rockies (seasonal)Discover the Athabasca Glacier on the 'Ice Explorer'See the Saskatchewan River Valley & Weeping WallSee the vivid blue colour of Peyto Lake (seasonal)Visit Lake Louise & the enchanting Lake Louise ChateauSee the majestic Banff Springs HotelVisit Banff National ParkSee the incredible Spiral Train TunnelsDrive through Yoho, Glacier & Mt.
Revelstoke National ParksSee Kicking Horse ValleySee Lake Okanagan & its large floating bridgeDrive through Kelowna, the largest city in the Interior of B.
A highly trained Trip Manager who brings your adventure to life.
An expert driver who knows foreign roads better than Google Maps.
Local Guides who make tourist traps a thing of the past.
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Day Day 1 - Toronto to Ottawa Your journey begins in Toronto BUT...we're off to Ottawa this morning for a glimpse into life in the nation's capital.Welcome to Ottawa, the fun-loving capital. We'll explore our new surroundings on a city tour before enjoying some time to see Ottawa your way - whether it's a boat ride on the Rideau Canal or just strolling the streets, you’ll have plenty of time for your own adventure. Exercise seems a good idea in preparation for all that Poutine in Quebec....
Day Day 3 - Quebec City There's no better way to start the day than with fresh air and fantastic views, so let’s whisk ourselves away to Montmorency Falls this morning. If you're feeling adventurous, opt to soar across the falls on a zipline that will bring you even closer to this magnificent, natural phenomenon. Now that you're fully awake, we'll head back to Quebec where you'll have the afternoon to explore. You could check out the Chateau Frontenac - this red brick building built in 1983 is a landmark the city is definitely proud of. Or try munching on duck with maple syrup – a local delicacy.Oh and let’s not forget the awesome nightlife Quebec offers - it’s time to party French style!
Day Day 4 - Quebec City to Montreal Bid Quebec au revoir as we head towards the jazzy island city of Montreal. The French-infused city is home to arts, mouth watering food and the prettiest panoramic scenic views.Together, we’ll take a spin around Montreal’s Old Port and quays where we’ll familiarise ourselves with a few signature sites. Next, discover the vibrant neighbourhood of Mile End on a food walking tour. If you’re after an adrenaline rush this afternoon, jump in a jet boat and get wet in the rapids of the St Lawrence River. Or perhaps just take a wander around trying out your best high school French.
Day Day 6 - Niagara Falls to Toronto Experience Niagara Falls’ surging power first-hand on the Niagara Cruise boat by cruising right up to its thundering base. If you’re looking to see things from a different perspective, soar above the action in a chopper or just take in the scene from the safety of a viewing platform. And don’t worry – the ponchos are on us.Welcome to Toronto, the largest city in Canada. Your Trip Manager will fill you in on the hot spots of this fabulous city soon after we arrive and will then give you the afternoon to yourselves where you can find your niche in this cosmopolitan melting pot. If you want to enjoy an evening of laughter, join us for a legendary Second City improv show where some of the funniest people on the planet have trodden the boards. Joan Rivers, Martin Short, Eugene Levy and Bill Murray are just a few of the big names to have started out here over the past 60 years.
Day Day 7 - Toronto Another day to explore this epic city. Maybe catch a baseball game, Head to the of the CN Tower, visit Gallery 44 or Toronto Park for people watching. Tonight, feel the global vibe of this city's nightlife.
Day Day 8 - Toronto to Whistler via Vancouver Rise and shine, wanderlusters! We've got an early flight to Vancouver this morning and then we're headed straight to Whistler.While mostly known for its excellent ski conditions, this town is an absolute delight in the summer. Take in all that fresh air and admire Whistler's breathtaking mountains and crystal blue rivers and lakes. Soak up all the nature vibes you can get, but make sure to rest up, because adventure is on the cards all day tomorrow.
Day Day 9 - Whistler Come winter, Whistler may be a haven for snowbunnies, but when the weather is warm, it’s activity central. Test your Popeye strength by canoeing along the River of Golden Dreams, zipline over churning rivers or take a hike through scenery that puts most postcards to shame. If you’re feeling lazy, take a gondola or a chairlift to the mountain tops, but don’t forget to explore the village itself – you’ll melt at its cuteness.
Day Day 12 - Jasper Rise 'n' shine - it's time to get out there with an easy hike though Maligne Canyon. Towering limestone walls will watch over us as we take in the scene, making our way across bridges to the thrilling soundtrack of rushing water. Nature goals achieved, we'll jump on the coach and head to Maligne Lake, famous for the azure colour of its water, and today we’ll show you why. Drink in the beauty of the surrounding snow-capped mountains from the shore, or take an optional cruise out to iconic Spirit Island, the most photographed image in the Rockies - we'll bet you know the one. Later, we'll leave you to your own devices to explore the cute town of Jasper.
Day Day 13 - Jasper to Banff On our way to Banff today, you’ll be glued to the windows as we pass the waterfalls, lakes, meadows, glaciers and towering mountains that make up the Columbia Icefield Parkway. Take a walk to the Athabasca Falls, wheel across the Athabasca Glacier on the Ice Explorer, and cure that cotton-mouth with a drink of pure H2O – just be careful not to stick your tongue to the ice... Peyto Lake and Lake Louise (you're sure to have seen these on Instagram) are the perfect place to snap your next profile pic, and make sure those eyes stay peeled for wildlife.We’ll roll into Banff – the unofficial capital of the Canadian Rockies. You’re in cowboy country now, and who are we to buck tradition? Saddle up for a round of drinks before dinner and check into your chalet.
Day Day 14 - Banff There’s loads on the menu today in Banff: hop on a gondola up Sulphur Mountain, take a heli-tour of the high country. At night, toast the moon with a horseback ride through the back-country complete with a fire-cooked meal to round off the day.
Day Day 15 - Banff to Vernon Marvel at the change of scenery today as we cut through three national parks on our way to Vernon. First up is Yoho National Park with its valley of waterfalls and meadows, and home to the amazing engineering feat - the Spiral Train Tunnel. Next up is Glacier National Park, which boasts over 400 (wait for it) glaciers (surprise) and Rogers Pass. Lastly, we’ll see Mt. Revelstoke National Park’s towering peaks and raging waters.After cramming three national parks into one day, you deserve a hearty meal in Vernon. There's plenty of traditional pubs in town, and they'll be able to help you out on the beverage front as well.
Day Day 16 - Vernon to Vancouver We’re sure you’ll agree that meandering through Canada's wine country – the famed Okanagan Valley - is a great way to kill time on the drive back to Vancouver. It's time to see everything of this magical metropolis that you missed the first time around, we'll treat you to a whirlwind tour of the historic sites.It’s time to see everything of this magical metropolis you missed the first time round. Vancouver’s downtown is world class, and its locals take immense pride in its multiculturalism. Stop for pics at the city's nine Totem Poles - these colourful carved sculptures stand tall in Stanley Park and are a must-see sight that were gifted to Vancouver City. Get out there and get local, do some boutique shopping or even rent a bike and explore the city on wheels. Tonight, give your ears a treat with some live music in the alleys of Yale Town.
Day Day 17 - Vancouver A hidden grassroots art scene, eating adventures in abundance, and a pretty seaport setting - your free day in Vancouver will not be short of magic. If the galleries and cute cafes get old, roam one of the city's many parks or gardens or find a spot to take in the surrounding mountain vistas. Top off the day with a dinner cruise and your Vancouver experience is whole and complete.
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