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Two Countries, Three Cities – Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver

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On this trip you will combine the fascinating cities of Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver over 11 nights.

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Two Countries, Three Cities

On this trip you will combine the fascinating cities of Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver over 11 nights.  There are plenty of options to add if time allows – self drive through the Canadian Rockies, add Washington State to include Mt Rainier and the Olympic Peninsular, or through Oregon reaching Crater Lake and the fantastic coast.

Day 1: Seattle

Day 4: Victoria

Day 7: Vancouver

Day 10: Seattle

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In this itinerary you’ll explore three great cities, using a variety of transport methods as you travel between the USA and Canada, and between mainland and Islands. These three diverse cities, are all in fantastic oceanside locations, with great scenery and activities within easy reach.

 

Day 1 Seattle: Start with your flight to Seattle today. The city is a sophisticated blend of art, nature, technology and culture.  Take a stoll or food tour around Pike Place Market. Head up the Space Needle where the Observation Deck and restaurant offer a unique 360 degree view of mountains, Puget Sound and the City. Nearby, Chihuly Garden and Glass, showcases the career of glass artist Dale Chihuly with galleries, garden and the Glasshouse.

Visit historic Pioneer Square, shop at the Westgate centre and downtown area, and take Bill Speidels Underground Tour, strolling through the passages that once were the main roadways showcasing first-floor storefronts of old downtown Seattle prior to the Great Fire of 1889, and the subsequent rebuilding of Seattle on top

Three nights Seattle

Day 4 Victoria: Today take the Victoria Clipper passenger only ferry between Seattle and Victoria, British Columbia. It’s less than a three hour cruise through Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Canada and into Victoria’s Inner Harbour – the heart of the city. Arrive and pass through Canadian immigration at the ferry terminal.

Double-decker buses, horse-drawn carriages, formal gardens and tearooms show off Victoria’s apparent British history. Victoria’s Inner Harbour is at the very heart of the city, and with plenty of attractions within easy reach. Have afternoon tea at the Empress Hotel, head out on a whale watching cruise – Victoria and its surrounding waters are world renowned for the many species of whales and the wildlife tours offered. Stroll around the exhibits and collections in the Royal BC museum.  Enjoy a cycle tour of the city.

Around 30 minutes drive from the city you’ll find Butchart Gardens – a National Historic Site of Canada.

Three nights Victoria

Day 7 Vancouver: A thrilling 30 minute seaplane flight is your transport to the Canada’s mainland and the city of Vancouver, British Columbia. Coming into Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre, located on Canada Place, you are just a short distance from many attractions in the city.

Stroll through diverse neighbourhoods or relax on sandy beaches. Visit the aquarium, take a city tour, cycle or stroll around the seawall in Stanley Park as you follow marked trails.  Head up Vancouver’s Lookout for a birds eye view over the city. Take a mini-tugboat ferry across False Creek to Granville Island where the biggest attraction is the Public Market – perhaps take a walking tour.

Head over to the North Shore for more adventure – Grouse Mountain has plenty of outdoor adventure. Take the Skyride – an 8 minute ride from the Valley Station to the summit. Also on the North Shore, visit the Capilano Suspension Bridge, suspended above the river and amongst the trees. Also here are the Cliffwalk and Treetops Adventure.

Three nights Vancouver

Day 10 Seattle: End your journey here with a flight out of Vancouver International Airport, or alternatively continue your travels with a train journey between Vancouver and Seattle – bus is another option. You’ll pass through US Immigration and customs as you enter Seattle. Spend one final night in the city.

One night Seattle

Day 11 Fly Home: Say goodbye to Seattle as you make your way back to the airport for your overnight flight home.

Day 12 Arrive Home

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Space Needle - Seattle

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Floatplanes Vancouver

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Totem Pole Victoria – Credit Yvonne Dann

Butchart Gardens Victoria – Credit Yvonne Dann

Butchart Gardens – Credit Yvonne Dann

Vancouver by air – Credit Yvonne Dann

Little Gems

Little Gems

A little gem of Seattle is the famous Pike Place Market, and the perfect way to see it is on a walking tour. See behind-the-scenes and experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of this historic 100+ year old landmark.

Pike Place Market

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Destinations Show, Olympia

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Don’t forget we will be at Destinations Show at Olympia, London, on February 02, 03, 04 and 05. Find us on Stand AC32 which we are sharing with the American company Uncruise Adventures. Most of the team will be there over the 4 days and would love to see a friendly face or two. This is one of the biggest travel shows in the U.K and a great place to find new destinations and experiences that would suit you. If you have a particular place in mind for your holiday next year (or the year after) give us a call to book an appointment with our team expert for that part of the world. However we will be very pleased to see you as and when you are free.

For your free tickets to Destinations Show, please go to: http://www.destinationsshow.com/london/form/registration  and then type in MSC97 in the appropriate place.

We look forward to seeing you at either event.

Western Canada Fly Drive

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Think of Western Canada and the Rocky Mountains will probably spring to mind, but take a self drive tour between Calgary and Vancouver, in either direction, and you’ll soon realise that there is a lot more than simply the Rocky Mountains. Explore the Canadian Rockies on this tailor made itinerary.

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Western Canada Fly Drive

Think of Western Canada and the Rocky Mountains will probably spring to mind, but take a self drive tour between Calgary and Vancouver, in either direction, and you’ll soon realise that there is a lot more than simply the Rocky Mountains.  Western Canada has so much to offer, from its world class ski resorts for winter visitors to hiking, kayaking and other outdoor activities in the many National Parks.  The Parks offer numerous walking trails for both keen hikers and those preferring a casual stroll and a quick call in to the Visitor Centre will provide you with maps and ideas and possibly the opportunity to join Ranger lead programmes.

Day 1: Calgary
Day 2: Banff
Day 5: Jasper
Day 8: Wells Gray Park
Day 10: Whistler
Day 11: Vancouver
Day 14: Depart Vancouver

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This is just one idea for exploring the Canadian Rockies states of Alberta and British Columbia. As with all our itineraries this can be adapted to your exact requirements and to fit your budget.

Day 1: Calgary
Arrive at Calgary Airport and take either the Airport Shuttle bus or taxi into the city.
One night Calgary

Day 2: Banff
Pick up your hire car this morning and head west along the Bow Valley Parkway to Banff. Explore Banff National Park. You are now in the heart of the Rockies and for spectacular views of Banff and the surrounding area, take a gondola ride up Sulphur Mountain. Also visit Bow Falls and Johnston Canyon. Take a day trip across the Great Divide for a visit to the spectacular (and often overlooked) Yoho National Park.
Three nights Banff

Day 5: Jasper
Head north to Jasper along one of the most scenic drives in North America; The Icefields Parkway. Stop en route at the Columbia Icefield for a ride in the huge Ice Explorer on to the Athabasca Glacier. Jasper National Park offers a wide choice of stunning sightseeing drives, visit Maligne Canyon, take a cruise on Lake Maligne, one of the most photographed lakes in the world or enjoy a rafting trip down the Athabasca River.
Three nights in Jasper

Day 8: Wells Gray Park
Leave Jasper and take the scenic Yellowhead Highway past mighty Mount Robson, the tallest peak in the Rockies. Follow the Thompson River to Wells Gray Provincial Park. A full day to explore this wonderful park where leaping salmon, bears and moose are often spotted. Visit Helmcken Falls; the drop is deeper drop than Niagara. Hire canoes or take a guided boat tour deep into the park.
Two nights Wells Gray Park

Day 10: Whistler
Drive to Whistler for an overnight stay. Whistler is a popular ski resort. The chair lifts are open year-round making this a popular summer destination for mountain bikers and hiker.
One night Whistler.

Day 11: Vancouver
Today take the scenic drive along the Cheekamus River by Mt Garibaldi and the logging town of Squamish and on to Vancouver. Before entering the city take a detour to Grouse Mountain and the Capilano Suspension Bridge. Cross the Lions Gate Bridge into the city through the famous Stanley Park. Drop your car at the downtown depot. You will have two full days to explore this vibrant and beautiful city. Take the all-day Trolley tour; a hop-on hop-off tour of the city covering all the major attractions, you can spend as much or as little time on this as you please! It’s a great way to see the city at your own pace. Take in some last minute shopping or a day trip across to Victoria; the Butchart Gardens are a must-see. Take a whale watching trip through the spectacular Gulf and San Juan Islands; during the season you are almost guaranteed a sighting of the resident Orca whales.
Three nights Vancouver

Day 14: Depart Vancouver

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Whale

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Little Gems

Well Gray Provincial Park is a true gem.  Visit in the early part of the season and you will be rewarded by carpets of Alpine flowers as the winter snows melt and the fresh young shoots appear.  This can also be a good time to spot black bear as they emerge from their winter hibernation and feed on the juicy young growth.

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The Sunshine Coast

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Explore the beautiful Sunshine Coast of Western Canada. This relatively short stretch of coast, north of Vancouver is often overlooked, but with an intriguing coastline, tiny ferries and welcoming communities, it is a lovely alternative for accessing Vancouver Island.  

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The Sunshine Coast

This relatively short stretch of coast, north of Vancouver is often overlooked, but with an intriguing coastline, tiny ferries and welcoming communities, it is a lovely alternative for accessing Vancouver Island

Day 1: Vancouver
Day 3: Egmont
Day 6: Lund
Day 9: Lund to Powell River/Comox

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This itinerary idea works as a stand alone holiday or as an extension to many other destinations in British Columbia

Day 1: Vancouver
Fly to Vancouver; explore this vibrant city and its many attractions as well as taking the all-day Trolley Tour excursion.
Two nights in Vancouver

Day 3: Egmont
Collect your hire car today and drive to Horseshoe Bay for the short ferry trip to Langdale, then follow the coastal drive, passing through Gibsons onto Sechelt & Halfmoon Bay before arriving at Egmont.
Three nights in Egmont

Day 6: Lund
Drive along the coast for the short ferry crossing from Earls Cove for the BC Ferries sailing to Saltery Bay and onto the historic fishing village of Lund.
Three nights in Lund

Day 9: Lund to Powell River/Comox
From Lund you drive to Powell River – stop off here to explore and shop for carvings, pottery, jewellery and weaving before taking the ferry crossing to Comox on Vancouver Island. From here you can drive across to Tofino on the west coast, or down to Victoria for a 2-3 night stay, then take the ferry back across to Vancouver and fly home.

Possible extension ideas

  • Discovery Coast Passage – On selected days only, and through the summer months from June to September, BC Ferries offer sailings from Port Hardy to Bella Coola. For the adventurous traveller, the drive from Bella Coola to Williams is a must. The wild rivers of the Caribou Mountains provide incomparable wildlife viewing; we can arrange for you to stay in a ranch or lodge in the heart of this area.
  • Grizzly bears in their natural habitat provide a wondrous and memorable experience for all ages and there is no better place than the floating lodge at Knight Inlet. Fly in by floatplane from Campbell River for your choice of duration from one night upwards – but beware, however many nights your budget will allow will doubtless be too short!
  • Drive up to Port Hardy and from here take the ferry service to Prince Rupert. Although a ferry adequately describes the vessel on which you will sail, the scenery before you will rival any – the Inside Passage to Northern BC will delight all, with regular sightings of Whales from the ship. The ferry must be pre-booked well in advance, especially if you plan to take your hire car. Alternatively, travel as a foot passenger, and connect with the train from Prince Rupert to Prince George or Jasper. We will advise on options to fit with your plans
  • Return via the Sunshine Coast to the mountain town of Whistler, and from here explore further inland. The Chilcotin Ranges and Cariboo Plateau are within a few hours drive of Whistler – or from here connect onto the Rocky Mountaineer route to Quesnel and Jasper

Princess Louisa Inlet

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Discovery Coast

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Little Gems

Little Gems

This itinerary explores a coast that many tourists never find – take time to stop at the many tiny art galleries along the way and simply take time to take your time.

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Skiing in Canada – Big White and Silver Star

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British Columbia skiing at its best – and away from the crowds

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Skiing in Canada – Big White and Silver Star

 Many people are aware of the superb resorts of Banff and Lake Louise in Alberta and Whistler in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, but in-between are several resorts that many have not heard of, but which offer champagne powder throughout the season and skiing at its best Canadian style

Day 1: Arrive Vancouver
Day 3: Fly to Kelowna
Day 9: Return to Vancouver, fly to London

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Skiing in Canada – Big White and Silver Star

 Day 1: Big White

Fly from London into Vancouver or Calgary where you will connect onto your flights to Kelowna.  On arrival, hire an SUV vehicle and make the drive up to the wonderful resort of Big White – 4 nights here with 3 full days of excellent skiing.

Day 5: Silver Star

Drive the short distance on to Silver Star Mountain Resort – in 2 hours you could be checking into your hotel for a 4 night stay with 3 full days of skiing on champagne powder. 

Day 9: Depart Kelowna

Short drive back to Kelowna airport and fly home via either Vancouver or Calgary, arriving the next day 

Day 10: Arrive back in the UK

 

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Skiing in Canada – Big White and Silver Star

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Canada Rail Adventures

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Canada is home of several spectacular rail journey’s which can easily be combined with a self-drive or escorted holiday. Rocky Mountaineer is almost a household name, but don’t forget Via Rail Canada’s famous ‘The Canadian’ trans-Canada route, or the lesser-known Skeena, a wonderful way to see Canada from a different angle – letting the train take the strain. Canada rail adventures – a good way to get around Eastern Canada with excellent rail connections between the major cities.

Experience the ingenious Spiral Tunnels – inspired by the dangerous gradients of the Rocky Mountains – the railway’s played a major role in the pioneering exploration of Western Canada, and not so very long ago…

Canada rail adventures

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Canada rail adventures

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Canada rail adventures

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Canada City Breaks

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Canada City Breaks – Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec and Halifax

With direct daily flights from London Heathrow to Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec and Halifax, together with internationally recognised accommodation, stores and malls of the highest and most extensive standards, world renowned theatre, museums and attractions and the wonderful Welcome that the Canadians ‘do’ so well – what better choice for a City Break, long weekend, retail therapy or simple get-away break. Our bespoke and tailor made service will ensure you capture all there is to see and do during your stay.

We will advise on the best choice of hotel – depending on your budget. Contact us to find out more

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Canada City Breaks St Johns NFL

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Canada City Breaks Totem Poles in Stanley Park Vancouver

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Honeymoon

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With the excitement of the wedding and all the details that need your attention, the honeymoon can often slip down the agenda. It is the moment when you can relax (or otherwise if that is what you want!), have some time to yourselves and reflect on the memories of the day itself. Meticulous planning is required to ensure the honeymoon is as memorable as the wedding.

The key is to start planning early and to tap in to the knowledge of an expert for your chosen destination.  It will cost no more and will ensure that you are in the right place at the right time. There is nothing worse than looking forward to a safari of a lifetime, only to arrive and find that the rains are in full swing, making travel difficult (if not impossible) and the wildlife has dispersed to inaccessible areas.  The popular destinations often include time spent on a beach and timing can be critical. Swimming in the sea along with large quantities of seaweed (as happens in some popular beach resorts) is not the experience most would relish.

The sooner someone is working on your honeymoon, the sooner you will have the options to consider and decide upon. We will ensure that you are not rushing from one place to another, with no time to see what attracted you there in the first place. We will work to your budget and time constraints and will have suggestions as to the type of accommodation available and what activities are on offer. We will also advise the lodges and hotels where you stay that you are newly-weds, which often brings a few treats.

There are often special packages for honeymooners and your advisor will factor these in to your itinerary, if appropriate.

A number of our recent newly weds who have already set up home, have opted for their friends and families making contributions towards their honeymoon rather than struggling to find wedding gifts that they have not already got at home.  Experience Holidays offers this service at no extra cost.

So get in touch with Experience Holidays on 01323 446550 or email info@experienceholidays.co.uk and start working together with our experts to ensure that your bespoke, tailor made honeymoon itinerary is truly as important and memorable as your wedding.

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Western Canada the Escorted Way

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Independent travelling using a network of tourist trains and buses.

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Western Canada the Escorted Way

For those who prefer not to drive this is just one suggestion for an alternative way to explore the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. 

Day 1: Vancouver

Day 4: Whistler
Days 5: Jasper via Quesnel
Day 8: Lake Louise
Day 11: Banff
Day 14: Depart Calgary

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A self drive holiday is not for everyone – and many do not relish the idea of an escorted coach tour!   Escorted coach tours have their place, but do rely on the customer fitting with set tour dates and having little flexibility to plan their holiday as they would like it to be.   There is an alternative that is tailor-made to you using a network of regular tourist buses and trains. It is tried and tested by many Experience Holidays customers and it works well!

Day 1: Vancouver
Fly to Vancouver; visit the Capilano Suspension Bridge, the famous Stanley Park and Grouse Mountain. The all-day Trolley tour is a hop-on – hop-off tour of the city covering all the major attractions, spend as much or as little time on this as you please, it’s a great way to see the city at your own pace. Take the 90-minute ferry ride for a full-day excursion to Victoria on Vancouver Island. The tour includes a stop at the Butchart Gardens plus ample free time to explore the world famous Empress Hotel, the City Centre and attractions around the inner harbour.
Three nights Vancouver

Day 4: Whistler
Experience a trip on Rocky Mountaineer’s Whistler Sea to Sky Climb; a daily 3-hour service to the town of Whistler, nestled between the renowned Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains. Not just a winter ski resort, it is also a hive of activity in the summer, with over 200 shops and restaurants and the ski lifts still operate for some great views over the mountains.
One night Whistler

Days 5: Jasper via Quesnel
Leave Whistler today on Rocky Mountaineer’s Fraser Discovery Route to Jasper, with an overnight stop in Quesnel, a quaint little town situated in the North Cariboo region of British Columbia. In Jasper take a tour including Maligne Lake and Maligne Canyon and the incredible disappearing Medicine Lake.
One night Quesnel, two nights Jasper

Or as an alternative: Travel onboard the Rocky Mountaineer Yellowhead Route from Vancouver to Jasper via Kamloops. Highlights on day 2 include Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies at 3,954 metres as well as the climb over the Yellowhead Pass into Jasper National Park.

Day 8: Lake Louise
Travel to your next destination on a day excursion via one of the most scenic drives in North America – The Icefields Parkway. En route time is also allowed for the Glacier Experience onboard an Ice Explorer. From Lake Louise take a full day excursion across the Great Divide into the Yoho National Park. Explore the scenic Yoho Valley, Takakkaw Falls and Emerald Lake.
Three nights Lake Louise.

Day 11: Banff
Take the Airporter shuttle transfer to the mountain town of Banff, right in the heart of the Rockies. Take an excursion through Banff and surrounding areas; including a stop at Tunnel Mountain Drive to view the beauty of the town, and the Banff Gondola at Sulphur Mountain (gondola ride not included).
Three nights Banff

Day 14: Depart Calgary
The Airporter service will take you to Calgary International airport for your return flight home.

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Little Gems

Little Gems

In 1886, the small mill town of Granville was renamed Vancouver and the city we see today was born.  Over the coming years, the rickety wooden Granville Street Bridge was replaced with a steel structure, False Creek was dredged and an island was created from the original two sand bars.  The Island soon took its name from the Bridge overhead and became known as Granville Island.  Today, Granville Island is a unique urban oasis and home to the Public Market, many trendy shops and eateries and if you are in Vancouver, you really should take time to visit.

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The Alternative Rockies

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Explore a little further off the beaten track.

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The Alternative Rockies

For second time visitors to Western Canada, or for those wishing to get off the beaten track, this alternative Rockies itinerary may just provide the answer.

Day 1: Banff
Day 3: Radium Hot Springs
Day 5: Cranbrook
Day 7: Slocan Lake
Day 9: Kelowna
Day 11: Osoyoos
Day 13: Harrison Hot Springs
Day 14: Depart Vancouver

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In the south of British Columbia are two delightful regions offering a quieter alternative to the usual route between Calgary and Vancouver. What distinguishes this route is its diversity of scenery and interest; from the lush farmlands, deserts, world-class vineyards and golf courses of Thompson Okanagan to the mountains, glaciers, hot springs, and mining history associated with the Kootenay Rockies.

Day 1: Banff
Arrive into Calgary and drive to Banff. Banff is Canada’s highest town and the centre of tourism for the Rockies. Visit the Whyte Museum, Sulphur Mountain Gondola, and Devil’s Gap on Lake Minnewanka.
Two nights Banff

Day 3: Radium Hot Springs
Drive via Lake Louise, the “jewel in the crown” of Western Canada. Approach via the Sinclair Canyon or the Columbia Valley Wetlands, and drive through the Yoho National Park then the wetlands of the Columbia River Valley.
Two nights Radium Hot Springs

Day 5: Cranbrook
The age of railroading is celebrated at the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel in Cranbrook – worth a visit. Nearby is the heritage town of Fort Steele.
Two nights Cranbrook

Day 7: Slocan Lake
Around Creston you will find plentiful orchards. Drive alongside Kootenay Lake. Take the free ferry to the west side. Close by are yet more hot springs, this time in a cave setting at Ainsworth. Stop off at Nelson, a silver-prospectors’ town. Or if you take the northerly route you will pass the world’s oldest paddle steamer, moored at Kaslo.
Two nights Slocan Lake

Day 9: Kelowna
Situated on the shores of Lake Okanagan, Kelowna is a Mecca for golfers and wineconnoisseurs. Enjoy the sandy beach and Water Park, or house boating on Okanagan Lake.
Two nights Kelowna

Day 11: Osoyoos
Head south via Penticton through an area starkly different from the start of this itinerary. Osoyoos is the oasis in Canada’s only true desert, with Wineries and orchards.
Two nights Osoyoos

Day 13: Harrison Hot Springs
A relaxing drive via Princeton ends your holiday with an overnight stay just outside Vancouver – one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
One night Harrison Hot Springs

Day 14: Depart Vancouver

If you have a little extra time:

  • Return to Calgary using a different route or take one of the world’s most famous train journeys, the Rocky Mountaineer; a two-day, daylight rail journey from Vancouver to Jasper, Banff or Calgary, travelling Red or Goldleaf.
  • If this is your first visit don’t miss Vancouver Island. Spend some time in Victoria. See the world-famous Butchart Gardens or go on one of the many whale-watching tours.
  • Knight Inlet – a remote finger of water accessible only by floatplane, and here you will find a floating lodge with an extraordinary reputation. Wildlife viewing at its best, with excellent opportunities to see Grizzly Bears, bald eagles and orcas (killer whales). Bird watchers will enjoy a myriad of bird life including osprey, loons and grebes to name but a few.

Moraine Lake & Valley of Ten Peaks

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Little Gems

Little Gems

The Kelowna area is in fact classed as desert – surprising, we know – and here you will find vineyards, orchards and some of the finest skiing in Western Canada.

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