Rocky Mountain Tours from Vancouver

Package Summary

  • Duration For Tour: 5 6
  • Start City: Vancouver
  • End City: Rocky Mountain
    Highlights: Visit Victoria, Kelowna, Banff National Park, Banff, Okanagan, Jasper National Park, Kamloops. Inclusions: 5-night hotel accommodation, ground transportation, Admission to Glacier Skywalk (open in May), Ice Explore, Rockies Gondola, Butchart Gardens, BC Ferries and Bonus Admission with Vancouver Night Tour. Inclusions: 5 nights hotel accomodation (Type A hotel, surcharge apply if upgrade to Type B/C/D, All domestic ground transportation via air-conditioned vehicle.

$ 576 ( Starting From Per Person )

Overview
Vancouver is the Canada's exciting city on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. It is home to fun, interesting attractions like Stanley Park, the industrial Gastown and the huge Vancouver Convention Center. From here, you can also visit other great Canadian locales like.
The Rocky Mountains stretch some 3,000 miles from British Columbia and Alberta in Canada through Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and down to New Mexico in the U.S. The range offers dramatic wilderness, diverse wildlife and alpine lakes.

Tour Option:Vancouver or Seattle - Vancouver

Option 1: Seattle - Vancouver (121 miles)

Today we will gather in Seattle. After pickup from the airport, we will take an excursion of the city that includes a brief stop at Space Needle. At the end of the day we will transfer to the hotel in Vancouver, BC.

Seattle, WA This city in the top-left corner of the United States is a major seaport as well as a cultural center. Whether you want to enjoy the scenery, grab some great coffee, or learn history, Seattle has something to offer.

  • Space Needle This icon of the American Northwest has adorned everything for movie screens to postage stamps. Built in 1961 for the 1962 World's Fair, the Space Needle features outdoor elevators and a rotating restaurant at its top.

Option 2: Vancouver

Today we will gather in Vancouver. Our guide will meet you at the airport for transfer to the hotel. After, we will take a half-day tour of the city that includes stops at Canada Place, Vancouver Convention Center, Olympic Cauldron and Stanley Park etc, and take a mini ferry ride to Granville Island.

Vancouver, BC This city in British Columbia is the most populated metro area in western Canada. This historic city grew from an 1867 settlement called "Gastown." Visitors can take a boat ride to nearby Victoria on Vancouver Island.

  • Stanley Park One of Vancouver's main tourist attractions and beloved by visitors and locals alike, this massive park on the western coast of Canada is not to be missed. Stanley Park was the first park in Vancouver, and remains the largest.
  • Canada Place The roof of Canada Place, Vancouver's large convention facility, is made of cloth pieces to resemble sails. This complex contains the Vancouver Convention Center, the local cruise ship terminals, the city's World Trade Center, and a hotel.

Duration: 1 Day

  • Olympic Cauldron Constructed for the 2010 Winter Olympics, Vancouver's Olympic Cauldron stands as a reminder of the legacy of those great games. Located by the Vancouver Convention Center, the cauldron is an interesting piece of architecture.
  • Granville island Granville Island is a peninsula off of the main hub of the city of Vancouver, a shopping district across the water from the downtown area, as well as a center of art and culture for the city.
  • Vancouver Convention Centre The Vancouver Convention Centre in British Columbia, Canada is one of the country's largest convention centers. It has twice been selected as the "World's Best Convention Center." The Center was an important place in the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Vancouver - Victoria - Vancouver (60 miles)

In the morning we will take the ferry to Victoria, BC. Our day will be spent touring this city. Stops on our tour include the Butchart Gardens, Beacon Hill Park, and BC Parliament Buildings. At the end of the day we will take the ferry back to Vancouver.

Victoria, BC This city on Vancouver Island in the central Pacific Ocean is the capital of British Columbia. It is home to many popular attractions, such as Beacon Hill Park, Butchart Gardens, the British Columbia Parliament Buildings, and more.

  • BC Parliament Buildings The British Columbia Parliament Buildings are where the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia meet. They are located in Victoria, British Columbia, at the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Visitors can marvel at the Baroque architecture and sprawling lawns.
  • Beacon Hill Park Beacon Hill Park, located in Victoria, British Columbia, contains hiking trails, a waterpark, two playgrounds, a petting zoo, and botanical gardens, among many other attractions. Loved by locals and tourists alike, the 200-acre park has something for everyone.
  • Butchart Gardens These world-famous floral gardens are located on a 55-acre estate on Vancouver Island's southeastern point in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. People from around the world have been coming to see the gardens for more than 100 years.
  • Chinatown Victoria The oldest Chinatown in Canada is located on the Pacific coast of British Columbia in the city of Victoria. This artistic and cultural center has features such as its famous Chinese Gate, which is guarded by lion statues.
  • Mile Zero An area of southwestern Beacon Hill Park at Douglas Street in Victoria, British Columbia is the beginning of Canada's Number 1 Highway, which stretches the entire length of the country. A monument marks "mile zero" to visitors.

Vancouver - Kelowna - Okanagan - Salmon Arm/Vernon (338 miles)

We will start our journey via the trans-Canada highway and head east for Kelowna, the heart of the Okanagan Valley. Stop at the renowned winery to learn about the basics of wine making. Wine tasting and purchasing of the popular icewine, red or white wine will be available. En route, we will see Lake Okanagan, let us listen to its legendary story and search for the lake monster "Ogopogo". Settle down at Salmon Arm/Vernon in the evening.

Okanagan, BC

  • Okanagan Lake This large and deep lake in the Okanagan Valley region of Canada's British Columbia is a popular recreation spot that offers a variety of activities in addition to gorgeous scenery. It has a surface area of 351 square kilometers.

Kelowna, BC One of the most liveable cities in Canada. Kelowna is the largest city in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley. Bordering Okanagan Lake, Kelowna is well known for its hot summers and temperate winters.

Salmon Arm/Revelstoke - Banff National Park - Gondola - Bow Falls - Town of Banff (241 miles)

Arrive at Canada's oldest National Park - Banff National Park via Rogers Pass and Yoho National Park. An eye-opening Gondola Ride (adm) will captivate you with the majestic views of the Rocky Mountains. Passing by Vermilion Lakes, visit Bow Falls which was also featured in 1953 Marilyn Monroe starred movie River of No Return. Stroll along Banff Avenue where you will find myriad of art galleries, trendy shops and boutiques in the highest town of Canada.

Banff National Park, AB Canada's oldest national park-- and one of the first national parks in the world-- is home to an icy but gorgeous landscape. Highlights include glacial Moraine Lake and the Valley of the Ten Peaks.

  • Bow Falls The Bow Falls are a 30-foot-high, 100-foot wide waterfall just outside the city of Banff. The falls are popular with tourists because they are just a short walk from the town and can be reached on foot from most hotels.

Banff, AB Banff is a small town located within Banff National Park in Alberta. It is within distance of several hiking mountains and is home to many shops and boutiques.

Lake Louise - Jasper National Park - Icefield - Glacier Skywalk - Golden (217 miles)

Today we will begin with an amazing tour of Banff National Park that will take us to sights such as Lake Louise and the Columbia Icefield. We will also visit Jasper National Park, home to the new Glacier Skywalk that lets guests walk out over the icy canyons, as well as theAthabasca Glacier. We will spend the night in Golden, BC.

Banff National Park, AB Canada's oldest national park-- and one of the first national parks in the world-- is home to an icy but gorgeous landscape. Highlights include glacial Moraine Lake and the Valley of the Ten Peaks.

  • Columbia Icefield The Columbia Icefield in the northern part of Banff National Park covers an area of about 200 square miles in the Canadian Rockies. The Icefield feeds eight major glaciers in the area, including Athabasca Glacier and Dome Glacier.
  • Lake Louise Lake Louise is a glacial lake in Alberta, Canada's Banff National Park. The lake is known for its vibrant blue-green coloration, which comes from rock flour carried into the lake by the water of the nearby melting glaciers.

Jasper National Park, AB Offering visitors a more laid-back mountain experience - with equal options for adventure, discovery and relaxation. The park includes the glaciers of the Columbia Icefield, hot springs, lakes, waterfalls and mountains.

  • Athabasca Glacier The Athabasca Glacier is the most-visited glacier in North America. It is one of the eight major glaciers of the Columbia Icefield. The Icefield Interpretive Centre is next to the glacier, and is where visitors can arrange tours.

Golden - Kamloops - Vancouver (445 miles)

Today we will head from Golden to Vancouver, BC. On our way we will stop in Kamloops, BC to visit the Sunmore Ginseng Factory. Continue our drive and arrive at Vancouver in the late afternoon. Please see "Departure and Return Details" for more information.

Kamloops, BC

  • Sunmore Ginseng Factory The Sunmore Ginseng Factory and Spa in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada is the only ginseng manufacturer in North America and was founded in 1991 by Chinese doctor Zhang Shunmei. Visitors can enjoy the relaxing ginseng spa.

Terms & Condition

  • Cancellation and Refund policy (Notification day and departure day are not counted)
    • All purchases are subject to re-confirmation within one business day after purchase, customers will be fully refunded if the orders cannot be confirmed.
    • Cancellations received up to 31 days prior to departure - 15% of total purchase amount.
    • Cancellations received within 14-30 days of departure will incur a penalty of 25% per person.
    • Cancellations received within 1-14 days of departure will incur a penalty of 100% per person.
    • Unused features are non-refundable. No shows forfeit entire payment.
    • Trips require a minimum number of participants to avoid cancellation. We reserve the right to cancel a schedule trip to fully refund affected customers although tour companies will make every efforts to maintain the normal operation.
    • There is 6% handling fee add-on to the above penalties.
  • Rockies hotel upgrade is non-refundable once booking confirmed.
  • Prices may vary subject to availability/season/weekend/holiday.
  • We reserve right to cancel a schedule to fully refund affected customers although we will make every effort to maintain the regular operation.
  • We reserve the right to modify the tour arrangements for smooth operation of the tour.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation

All purchases are subject to re-confirmation within 2-3 business days after booking, please do not book the airline tickets until your received the confirmation.

Redemption

You will receive a confirmation email (e-ticket) after your order is received. Complete operator information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, is included on your e-ticket. You must print the e-tickets and take them along on your trip; they are your proof of purchase.