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Canada Rockies Getaway

Fantastic clear lakes, vintages and natural National Parks are waiting for your exploration.

Tour Details

Duration:

5 days 4 nights

Availability:

Year Round

Starting & Ending Location:

Vancouver, BC

Itinerary
Day 1
Day 2-3
Day 4
Day 5

Vancouver – Fraser Valley – Okanagan Lake (Kelowna)

In the morning, pick up your rental car and embark on today’s journey. Drive on Hwy#1, where you will be taken from the west to the east, heading into Fraser Valley. Along the way, you will enjoy the sceneries of the countryside. The Kelowna region is famous for its fruits and wineries. You can visit the most famous VQA premium wine produced here by Okanagan Lake and learn the brewing process. You may have the chance to taste white wine, red wine and famous ice wine, where the sweetness is close to pure sugar. Then you may visit Okanagan Lake. where there is a legend of a lake of monster. Watch the lively tourist area, which includes orchards, vineyards, and romantic lavender gardens. You may also like to take a speed boat on the lake.

Kelowna – Mt. Revelstoke National Park – Glacier National Park – Yoho National Park – Banff National Park (Banff)

Travel through Thompson Valley, which has the widest river basin in British Columbia, or go into Mt. Revelstoke National Park, then travel through the legendary Spiral Tunnels and pass by the spot where the Last Spike on the Canadian Pacific Railway was driven. Continue to Glacier National Park and visit the most beautiful attractions surrounded by mountains called the “The Roger’s Pass”. Along the way, you will see several glacial cirques and Icefields. Go into Yoho National Park in the afternoon, you will see the natural wonders of the natural stone bridge and the amazing railway project, “Spiral Tunnels”. Enter Banff National Park by the park’s landmark “Castle Hill”. Visit the “surprise corner” and the shooting location of “Leopard Falls” for the film of River.

Jasper National Park – Pyramid Lake – Maligne Canyon – Kamloops

Visit Patricia Lake, Pyramid Lake, and see the beauty scenery of Pyramid Mountain and the glaciers reflecting off the lake. Then visit Malinge Canyon, the years of beauty shining off the ice water. In the evening, travel through the Yellowhead Highway, across Mt. Robson Park to Blue Town, along the way have the opportunity to see bighorn sheep, mule deer and other wild animals. Pass through the Canadian Rocky Mountains highest peak Mt. Robson (3954 meters), then arrive Kamloops.

Kamloops – Hope Town – Vancouver

Kamloops, which is a semi-desert in BC, was known as a fur trading place in the past time and now produces ginseng. In the afternoon return to Vancouver via Fraser Valley.

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