Highlights of Western Canada
Summary of Itinerary
Day1: Arrival& Visit to FlyOver Canada
Day2: Vancouver City Tour
Day3: Whistler village, Lost lake and Shannon falls
Day4: Transfer to Calgary, Calgary tower and Olympic park
Day5: Banff National Park
• Hotels (3 star) including Breakfast
• Sightseeing as per itinerary
• Admission tickets to sightseeing placesas mentioned in the itinerary
• Transfers from airport to hotels and vice versa
• Transfer from Vancouver to Calgary
• Transfers from Calgary to Banff and vice versa
• Transfers from Vancouver to Whistler and vice versa
• Lunch/beverages if mentioned.
• International Flights
• Visa Fees (Visa assistance is included)
• City Taxes and tips at hotels
• Lunch and Dinner
• Tips and porterage
• Meals other than that which is mentioned in your itinerary.
• Drinks including water during meals / sightseeing tours are not included unless specified.
• Any expenses of personal nature
• Surcharges as applicable due to peak season, surcharge dates, trade fair dates.
• Any services not mentioned in the inclusions list.
Arrival& Visit to FlyOver Canada
Welcome to Canada! Arrive at Vancouver airport and transfer to your hotel. Surrounded by mountains, and also has thriving art, theatre and music scenes, Vancouver is a popular filming location.The city is home to many vibrant and interesting areas and is also famous for its fresh, local seafood, especially its salmon. After resting for a while experience ‘Flyover Canada’. It is a virtual ride attraction that takes guests on a virtual flight across Canada, utilizing ride equipment that launches up people and employs wind, mist, and scents to enhance the experience. (Overnight in Vancouver)
Vancouver City Tour
Explore Vancouver city on a tour which shows off Vancouver’s most beloved highlights. The tour goesthrough historic neighbourhoods such as Gastown, Chinatown, scenic English Bay and the picturesque Vancouver Harbour. Learn the legends surrounding the ancient Indigenous Peoples’ Story Poles located near the entrance to Stanley Park and head into the centrally located Granville Island Public Market for delectable treats. Get a full look at the city with a birds-eye view of Vancouver and beyond from The Lookout observation deck at Vancouver Tower. Head out of Stanley Park and along one of the city’s urban beaches with seaside walkways, water vistas, and sandy beaches, while the locals enjoy the ocean breeze under the palm trees where this tour ends. (Overnight in Vancouver)
Whistler village, Lost lake and Shannon falls
Travel to Whistler Village and hike along the Lost lake. The hike starts from Whistler Village and brings you to the small yet pretty Lost Lake. Views of Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains from here are plentiful. Walk along the Valley Trail that connects all Whistler's neighbourhoods passing through the Village, Upper Village and Creekside as well as other residential areas on the way. Visit Whistler Museum where plenty of historical artifacts – natural, man-made, serious, and funny – are on display. On your way back to Vancouver discover Shannon Falls, where water falls from a height of 335 meters. Shannon Falls is Canada's third tallest falls and the most popular spot for a picnic. There are also some fantastic rock climbs at Shannon Falls, largely on the rock slabs to the south of the falls. Head back to your hotel for the night. (Overnight in Vancouver)
Transfer to Calgary, Calgary tower and Olympic park
Transfer from Vancouver to Calgary. Situated at the confluence of the Bow River and the Elbow River, Calgary is a cosmopolitan city with numerous skyscrapers in the western Canadian province of Alberta. Visit Calgary tower and the Olympic Park. The Calgary Tower, a proud city icon offers the best view in the city. It is located 191 metres above the level and is a major tourist destination and popular dining spot. The Canada Olympic park serves as ahigh-performance training and winter sports venue for athletes and for recreational purposes by the general public. The park offers Skyline Luge and tube park, amongst various other activities, both of which are included in the itinerary. Funand adventurewait for every visitor of the park. Enjoy the various rides and call it a day. (Overnight in Calgary)
Banff National Park
Visit Banff National Park, Canada's oldest national park established in 1885 and explore the highlights of Banff National Park and Lake Louise in a day and at your own pace. Banff is spread over 6,641 square kilometres of mountainous terrain, with many glaciers, ice fields, dense coniferous forest, and alpine landscapes. The park is famous for its surreally coloured lakes, majestic mountains and endless outdoor adventures. The bustling town of Banff and hamlet of Lake Louise are uniquely located in the national park that make you feel immersed in nature. By the end of the day head back to your hotel. (Overnight in Calgary)
Now your trip in Canada has come to a close. If you are lucky to have a late flight, you can spend your final day in Calgary by getting to know the city on your own and discovering the various delicacies it has to offer. You may visit the Peace bridge and Prince’s Island Park.